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Monthly Archives: November 1999

Wednesday, November 24, 1999

Hour 1:Broadcasting live from Riverside, it’s Jim Seal’s Auto Farm with their Thanksgiving deals, featuring Bud Dickman. How long have you been stuck in traffic today? Stop by Jim Seal’s Auto farm and gobble up the deals!Hour 2:”Predatory Lesbians” Roland Schwinn says lesbians have been going into straight bars to make men sexually frustrated… he sees this as a form of sexual abuse.Hour 3:Joe Dickhead & the Professor’s NFL picks: Turkey Day edition!! Harvey Wireman says his wife has got everybody believing she’s a good cook because she orders out food every Thanksgiving.

Posted in Classic Shows, Harvey Wireman, Phil Media

Tuesday, November 23, 1999

Hour 1:”Larry the List Boy” Larry Grover decided to revisit an old family tradition by writing a letter to Santa Claus, asking for $10,000 from his dead fathers inheritance. Larry’s mother Bridgett took the letter and pretended to wipe her ass with it!Hour 2:”Mano E Mano, Drink to Drink” Steve Bosell took his family to a restaurant and ended up going head to head in a drinking contest with his 18 year old son to teach him a lesson about alcohol. Steve is humiliated that his his son drank him under the table.Hour 3:Phil talks about the KFI studio and how much it sucks. The PHS presents… “Movie Recommendations from You the Listener,” RC Collins chimes in!

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Steve Bosell

Monday, November 22, 1999

Hour 1:”Paper Clips and Rubber Bands” While attempting to discuss the topic of the hour, Phil’s old engineer Mike Crozier begins flicking paper clips and rubber bands at Phil in the middle of the show. David G.Hall tells Phil he needs to take it like a man!!Hour 2:”The Nouveau Rich” Margaret Gray joins to program to speak about the incredibly awkward and embarrassing ways that people who fall into money spend it.Hour 3:”Thanksgiving Dilemma” Chris Norton calls the show for help with a moral dilemma: he wants to attend Thanksgiving dinner with his girls family, but he doesn’t want her to think they’re getting serious!

Posted in Classic Shows, Margaret Grey, Phil Media

Friday, November 19, 1999

Hour 1: “Real Heroes” Steve Bosell tells his story about about an ATM that dispensed $3700 in cash which he decided to return to the bank. Steve considers himself a hero, that’s why he’s calling in to radio and television show today. Hour 2: “Phil Walks Off the Show” After program director David G. Hall enters the studio to tell Phil he doesn’t want him doing any material about the confederate flag, Phil storms off the air and David is forced to host the show! Hour 3: Phil apologizes to David G. Hall and Karel & Andrew about comments he made in the previous hour. Joe Dickhead and the Professor join the program in one of their most clueless pick sessions. “Winner Recap” Bobbie Dooley calls in to talk about the first winner on “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” while her husband tries to seduce her. Darryl Webber’s Funky Chicken Cacophony closes out the show!

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Steve Bosell

Thursday, November 18, 1999

Hour 1: Phil “The Prophet” Hendrie wants to know why Jesse Jackson makes more money than him and takes calls from people with turkey recipes! Hour 2: “Lawn Jockeys” Larry Grover calls in to discuss his mother’s obsession with the African American lawn jockeys in front of her house. “Table-to-Table Service” Bob Greene is on to showcase his new restaurant innovation. He is instituting serving leftovers to customers for a fraction of a new plate’s cost! Hour 3: Phil takes a look at some of the items celebrity Gary Coleman has up for auction on his website. Program director David G. Hall calls in to tell Phil to do the Gary Coleman bit better. Phil discusses the “10 Most Talked About Books.”

Posted in Classic Shows, David G. Hall, Phil Media

Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Hour 1: Phil reviews Al Pacino’s best yelling scenes in films and takes some phone calls. Hour 2: “Don’t Touch the Sunshields!” Ted Bell explains why he refused to take off his $200 Oakley sunglasses while asking his wife for a divorce. Ted says that if he looks and communicates good with Oakleys on, then why can’t she deal with that? Hour 3: Phil gets a new chair! “Women on Millionaire” Bobbie Dooley is on to talk about “Who Wants to be a Millionaire.” Her discussion group has been talking about the beloved show, but if they want more women on the show, they’re going to have to dumb-down the questions. She feels the questions are way too tough for women and if Regis could speak slower and restructure the questions to be a little easier to understand, more women could play.

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Ted Bell

Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Hour 1:”Rebounding from a Heart-attack” Art Griego explains that because he is in such prime physical shape that he can continue to smoke cigarettes and eat red meat even after having a recent heart-attack, not every man can do that!Hour 2:”Drug Testing Adults” RC Collins of Chatsworth High School says that if his school is going to drug test students, then it’s only fair to administer the drug tests to the parents and teachers as well.Hour 3:Phil talks about single guys who have roommates, being healthy, quitting smoking and working the fat off. “Smoking For 64 Years” Attorney Harvey Wireman calls in to tell Phil that he gave up smoking cigarettes after 64 years. He explains how difficult the Great Depression was to live in, which is why he smoked and drank alcohol as a child. Ruth from Anaheim chimes in!

Posted in Classic Shows, Harvey Wireman, Phil Media

Monday, November 15, 1999

Hour 1:Phil uses the restroom live on the air due to stomach problems. He later puts a real caller on the air who called the station to request “Monkey” by Ozzy Osbourne. Phil excuses himself once again to use the restroom and explains how he wipes his ass with toilet paper. Phil finds out about the cigarette companies manipulating nicotine and fires back.Hour 2:”Movies Inform Us” After hearing Phil talk about the film “The Insider”, Margaret Gray calls into the program. Margaret explains that no issue is important until Hollywood makes a movie about it.Hour 3:”Jon Benet Ramsey Theory” Aspiring LAPD officer Dave Oliva joins the program, he believes it’s very possible that Jon Benet Ramsey beat herself to death with a miniature bat to reenact the Rodney King beating on its 5th anniversary.

Posted in Classic Shows, Margaret Grey, Phil Media

Friday, November 12, 1999

Hour 1:”Y2k Preparedness” Jay Santos and the Citizens Auxiliary Police are giving away guns to poor people as a charity donation after his “Y2k Survival” store went out of business.Hour 2:”Blair Witch Project” Austin Amarka says he and his wife were tricked by the producers of “Blair Witch Project” into thinking it was a real documentary, Austin says this goes against journalistic ethics.Hour 3:Phil rants about people who are superstitious. Joe Dickhead & the Professor present: Heavyweight boxing, live from Las Vegas! Tonight’s match: Lennox Lewis vs. the Virgin Mary! Darryl Webber’s Funky Chicken Cacophony & Liquor Jamboree.

Posted in Classic Shows, Jay Santos, Phil Media

Thursday, November 11, 1999

Hour 1:Phil delivers a message to his affiliates: if you don’t like this show, then go ahead and drop us! Phil discusses all the bald musicians in rock ‘n’ roll. Phil discusses some of the biggest upsets in sports history.Hour 2:”Veterans Day Discount” Lloyd Bonifide is on the line picketing a coffee shop in Alhambra because they didn’t give him a 10% veterans day discount.Hour 3:Lloyd Bonifide “Veterans Day Discount” (cont’d) Jeff Dowder calls in to comment on the news that Van Halen is looking for a new singer, he would like the opportunity to audition.

Posted in Classic Shows, Jeff Dowder, Phil Media

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