When Chuck, our Jack's Day Off winner, agreed to take over the station for the day, we're not sure if he knew quite what he was getting himself into. Running this radio station involves a lot of abuse and plenty of making a fool out of yourself. We've just gotten used to it.

We asked Chuck's family, friends and co-workers to call into the station and leave their son/husband/dear ol' dad/boss some words of encouragement and support. Instead, we got this.

But we didn't stop there. Earlier this week, we put Chuck himself in front of the microphone and asked him to record some liners and intos -- those funny little messages we play between songs and commercials. We've got to admit, he wasn't half-bad!