What's old is new again. Many years ago the Ethan and Lou Show had a feature called the "I-95 Whine Line." The tech of the day made it laborious to produce and for the time it ran it's course. The tech is way different now, it's easier for me to produce and I think the world being in the condition it is we have a lot more reasons to complain. The "I-95 Whine Line" is back and you can call it now or whenever at (203)599-7425.

Your messages go directly to my email and I can have them on the air in a matter of seconds. This is a fun way for people to contact the show who would otherwise get nervous or for folks who thought about something related to the show long after a topic was over.

Believe it or not the best calls used to come in on Friday and Saturday nights in the summer. People would get two, three or twelve glasses of Pinot Noir in the their head and start making hilarious calls from Candlewood Lake, the backyard or from a friends house.

Keep in mind, you don't have to complain you can say whatever you want. Having trouble coming up with something to talk about? Here are just a few suggestions to get you started:

  • COVID-19
  • The Ethan & Lou Show
  • Favorite Pizza spot
  • Favorite place to make sweet passionate love
  • The worst co-worker you've ever had
  • The phrase: "It is what it is"
  • Kale
  • Robots
  • Aliens
  • Tiger King
  • Preferred undergarments
  • Are there really no "stupid questions?"
  • Who killed Kennedy?
  • Millennials
  • spaghetti
  • Chain stores you can't stand
  • Bad customer service
  • Monkeys
  • Buffet style eating pro/con?
  • All Boston area pro sports teams win by cheating

You get the idea, call early, call often and say whatever the F--- you want. There's no wrong message you can leave for us. The only question is will we choose to play it on the air? The "I-95 Whine Line" (203)599-7425, Call now.

P.S. Save it in your phone now so you can share it with your pals by the campfire this weekend 

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