We're keeping an eye on the Nickelsville situation. The Seattle homeless encampment was flooded in this weeks' storms, and KIRO's Ron & Don have been leading an effort to encourage people to donate blankets, clothes and food. Later in the show, we'll check-in on how many donations have rolled in. // It looks like peace talks have broken-down in the Gaza situation. Dave has an update. // Speaking of broken negotiations: Hostess labor talks have stalled again. So, maybe the company wasn't just bluffing after all? // Our own Kim Sheppard has been preparing for her Black Friday shopping, and she joins us with all her tricks, tips and defenses for standing in the rain for hours outside of Wal-Mart. Dave and Luke aren't convinced that Black Friday shopping is a good idea at all. // Seattle Morning News' Tom Tangney joins us with his review of the new Ang Lee film, The Life of Pi. // The Mariners have finally cut ties with Chone Figgins. Goodbye, Chone. Don't let the dugout door hit you on the way out. Enjoy the $8.5 million we're paying you not to play.