There are so many outtakes and just ridiculous things that happen when our mics are off. So, when we remember, the video starts rolling before and after our in-studio interviews. Every week, when Evansville Police Officer Taylor Merriss stops by, we know that something funny is going to happen. This week though, it was a hilarious salvia incident that gives us this Youtube extra.

Now, here's a little backstory about how our morning had been going up to this point. Usually, in between our talk breaks, I chew a little gum. I ran out of gum, so today I was just completely cotton-mouthed all morning. Trying to get an entire sentence out with zero moisture in your mouth is not easy. Yes, I should drink that giant water bottle next to me. But, the straw and lid are not working properly, and lids are required in the studio.

When I hear the word 'Gleek', I think of super fans of the television show. Gleek actually has several different meanings. The one we learned about by complete accident. According to the Urban Dictionary 'Gleek' means;

 Building up saliva in the salivary glands using some stimulus, like sour food or yawning, and then pressing the tongue upon the glands, causing the saliva to shoot out, usually at an impressive distance.

Ok, with all of that in mind, I invite you to watch this ridiculous bonus scene from our interview. You're welcome.

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