We get today's program started with Eila Adams going Inside The Box
- Megyn Kelly will launch her Sunday newspagazine program on NBC in June, with her morning show starting in fall
- Samantha Bee's Not The White House Correspondents' Dinner will air on TBS at 8 Eastern, and uncensored on Twitter at 11
- Fox has confirmed another new season of the X-Files, with both Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny on board
- Seinfeld star Jason Alexander will star in "Hit The Road", which sounds a bit like a modern Partridge Family
- Our Stream This pick is Dear White People, which is both uncomfortable and hilarious

Alana is in the Naked Newsroom with the day's Bulletins
- 100 on-air personalities and writers have been laid off from ESPN, including Jayson Stark and Trent Dilfer
- A Toronto firefighter dramatically rescued a woman who'd scaled a 20-storey crane and gotten stuck
- Scientists are recommending Australia's koalas be culled to stop the spread of chlamydia
- There's more trouble for United Airlines, after a giant rabbit died while traveling in the cargo hold of a flight
- The Cassini spacecraft completed the firest of its 22 dives towards Saturn's surface, at nearly 77,000 miles per hour
- The European Space Agency and China are discussing building an outpost on the moon

Madison Banes celebrates National Prime Rib Day by taking a look at some of the best places around to world to enjoy a great prime rib. She checks out Lawry's The Prime Rib, Moishes, El Capricho, and Nusr-et, which is home to "Salt Bae" Nusret Gökçe. Plus a little cow-related Brainstorm Trivia!

Our Boob of the Week is Nordstrom and anyone else involved with the ridiculous "Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans" by PRPS. Roxanne O'Neill tells us they cost $425 because they've been encrusted in fake dirt. Since it's super-hard to get your jeans dirty yourself!

We've also got Marina Valmont with Ask An Anchor about a very intimate piercing.

In Turn It Up, Carli Bei puts you in the know about the music biz
- Prince ruled record sales in 2016, selling over 7.7 million copies - more than any other artist, dead or alive
- Neil Young's Pono music player failed, but now there's a Pono streaming service
- Bill Murray is recording a new album featuring classical music and select readings from Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, and Walt Whitman
- According to Billboard, Call Me Maybe by Carli Rae Jepsen has the catchiest chorus of the 21st century
- This week's album review is John Mayer's "The Search For Everything", but unfortunately, it's pretty disappointing

And host Katherine Curtis is joined by Eila to answer some Viewer Mail! Check it all out now at www.NakedNews.com