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Episode #969: The New Phil Hendrie Show

Bobbie Dooley guest hosts. She discusses what she saw as a Louise Linton...Bobbie Dooley guest hosts. She discusses what she saw as a Louise Linton teaching moment. She interviews her HOA architectural committee chairman and asks him to drain a couple of foul smelling sumps and sings her version of the Monster Mash.

The BSP Classic Show, from August 2004, includes Jay Santos on patrol to force stay-at-home-moms to sign a questionnaire about how they feel lounging around at home when other women are having to work. Plus, Justin McElroy with the teen organization 'DON'T ROCK THE VOTE' which tries to tell kids voting is a waste of time.

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45:58 8/23/2017

Past Episodes

From Rio, a final report from Coach Vernon Dozier whose friend in the Brazilian Federal Police tells him that Ryan Lochte did Brazil a favor by taking media attention away from its rotten police and crime soaked cities. Also, Margaret Grey reports on the fire tankers and Hearst Castle and then sings 'Wayward Wind.'

The BSP Classic Show includes Steve Bosell, who at one time sexually assaulted a guy at a party because all the women were taken and Steve and him were the last people left. Brad Rifkin has written a book called 'You've Got To See It To Believe It,' making fun of casual gym users who fail to get fit.

Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 20,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more...

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55:01 8/22/2017
Ted Bell of Ted's of Beverly Hills explains his drunkenness and his wife Marcy leaving him as a big misunderstanding. Deane Wheeler's Yogo positions, like turning one's head all the way around, gets people laughing at him. Bob Green from Frazier Foods is selling gag eclipse supplies like sunglasses blind people wear that he calls 'noggin wrappers'.

The BSP Classic Show is from July 2002. Ted Bell invites people to come down to his steak restaurant and eat grilled steak made possible by the charcoal that the trapped coal miners produced. And a follow-up to the famous "Plane Go Boom" bit. Vernon Dozier is back with Bobby, this time trying to detect when sex toys are being brought through airport security.

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53:23 8/21/2017
The Week of Classics continues kicking with one hell of a Classic!

From May of 2000, Steve Bosell is suing a co-worker for opening an Andy Gump while he was pulling up his pants which caused him to burn the tip of his penis on the hot asphalt.

The Phil Hendrie Show BSP Family is 17 years old. Isn't it time you came home to the real funny shit? Get 2 months for 99 cents to help you make up your mind. 2 months for 99 cents. Hurry. Limited time offer! Get it at www.philhendrieshow.com/limitedoffer!
39:05 8/18/2017
The Week of Classics Rolls On! From our 30,000 hour archive comes this insanity: February 2006, Larry Grover tells Phil and his audience that, although slavery was a terrible thing, the "purchasing agents" that sent the slaves to America actually brought African people to a better place...

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36:32 8/17/2017
Bobbie Dooley of the PTA tells Phil that her sons receive between $50 and $150 dollars a week in allowance money. Many parents are complaining that Bobbie's sons have been buying their kids expensive gifts but Bobbie says they're just showing the other kids their power.

A week of classics is fine but what about a lifetime of classics that lasts...well....forever! Sign up for a Backstage Pass now and get 2 months of BSP access for 99 cents. I mean, are we nuts? Yes. This is limited offer! Go to www.philhendrieshow.com/limitedoffer!
38:41 8/16/2017
From February 2006, its the very first guest ever interviewed by Phil, Raj Faneen. He thinks Arabs are entitled to a 20% discount on gasoline. He also says that Americans who complain about the price of gas should reduce their excess amount of consumer spending.

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33:55 8/15/2017
Our Week of Classics continues with this beauty from July 2005.

Bobbi Dooley talks about the latest teenage craze of Dusting while her husband, Steve, uses Dust Off in the background and listens to Pink Floyd.

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36:16 8/14/2017
Phil talks to the panel about the focus groups that determine many people's employment... like Jeffrey Lord's. Frank Grey talks about Presidential Advisor Sebastian Gorka and the Hungarian made sci-fi film 'Gorka, King of the Apes.' Deane Wheeler thinks sending a picture of his p**** to Ivanka Trump will help get his yogo business off the ground.

The BSP Classic Hour, March 2001. Margaret Grey opened the show. She thinks that if Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have a baby it will ruin Brad's career. He might get so frustrated that he'll throw the kid out of a car window.

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49:31 8/11/2017
Earlier on in the summer, after being egged on by Bobbie and Steve Dooley, Frank Weasler's jet boat exploded after he ran it, top speed, over cement pylons... and we've got the audio!

The BSP Classic Hour features Rudy Canosa, back when he owned his own bar and restaurant. He made his waitresses wear short skirts & three inch heels because they'll get better tips and find themselves a man.

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54:32 8/10/2017

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Bobbie Dooley guest hosts. She discusses what she saw as a Louise Linton teaching moment. She interviews her HOA architectural committee chairman and asks him to drain a couple of foul smelling sumps and sings her version of the Monster Mash.

The BSP Classic Show, from August 2004, includes Jay Santos on patrol to force stay-at-home-moms to sign a questionnaire about how they feel lounging around at home when other women are having to work. Plus, Justin McElroy with the teen organization 'DON'T ROCK THE VOTE' which tries to tell kids voting is a waste of time.

Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 20,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more...

Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!
45:58 8/23/2017
From Rio, a final report from Coach Vernon Dozier whose friend in the Brazilian Federal Police tells him that Ryan Lochte did Brazil a favor by taking media attention away from its rotten police and crime soaked cities. Also, Margaret Grey reports on the fire tankers and Hearst Castle and then sings 'Wayward Wind.'

The BSP Classic Show includes Steve Bosell, who at one time sexually assaulted a guy at a party because all the women were taken and Steve and him were the last people left. Brad Rifkin has written a book called 'You've Got To See It To Believe It,' making fun of casual gym users who fail to get fit.

Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 20,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more...

Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!
55:01 8/22/2017
Ted Bell of Ted's of Beverly Hills explains his drunkenness and his wife Marcy leaving him as a big misunderstanding. Deane Wheeler's Yogo positions, like turning one's head all the way around, gets people laughing at him. Bob Green from Frazier Foods is selling gag eclipse supplies like sunglasses blind people wear that he calls 'noggin wrappers'.

The BSP Classic Show is from July 2002. Ted Bell invites people to come down to his steak restaurant and eat grilled steak made possible by the charcoal that the trapped coal miners produced. And a follow-up to the famous "Plane Go Boom" bit. Vernon Dozier is back with Bobby, this time trying to detect when sex toys are being brought through airport security.

Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 20,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more...

Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!
53:23 8/21/2017
The Week of Classics continues kicking with one hell of a Classic!

From May of 2000, Steve Bosell is suing a co-worker for opening an Andy Gump while he was pulling up his pants which caused him to burn the tip of his penis on the hot asphalt.

The Phil Hendrie Show BSP Family is 17 years old. Isn't it time you came home to the real funny shit? Get 2 months for 99 cents to help you make up your mind. 2 months for 99 cents. Hurry. Limited time offer! Get it at www.philhendrieshow.com/limitedoffer!
39:05 8/18/2017
The Week of Classics Rolls On! From our 30,000 hour archive comes this insanity: February 2006, Larry Grover tells Phil and his audience that, although slavery was a terrible thing, the "purchasing agents" that sent the slaves to America actually brought African people to a better place...

Get 2 months of Backstage Pass access for 99 cents...... 99 cents...... 99 CENTS! Limited time only!
36:32 8/17/2017

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