Talking on the radio every day, there's only so many words you can use. Sometimes it's easy to use the same words over and over again.
Bobby Bones noticed he was using the same word often whenever he was talking. It's what he refers to as a "crutch" word, meaning he uses it whenever he needs to fill space or when he's thinking while talking. Often times his crutch word changes. The crutch word he's been using lately is "alright," and he wants to get rid of it. So he asked The Bobby Bones Show to call out every time he says "alright" on the show in a situation where it's not needed. Anytime he uses it unnecessarily, he has to put $1 in a bucket. At the end of each month for the rest of the year, he will draw a name of someone on the show and they will get whatever money is in the bucket.
So be on the lookout for Bones using the word "alright" unnecessarily.