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Monthly Archives: March 2006

Friday, March 31, 2006

Hour 1:High school teacher Vernon Dozier went up to some Mexican day laborers on April Fools Day and told them that he was an immigration officer. Vernon explains that April Fools is an American tradition and he also needed to blow off some steam.Hour 2:Singing telegram business owner Brad Rifkin talks about a new service he’s providing called “Gone but Not Forgotten.” For $199, they will have an actor dress up as a loved one who has passed on and show up at your doorstep.Hour 3:Phil reads some favorite lines from the show as posted on Sweetfeatheryjesus.com. Phil takes some calls from listeners watching the webcast including Laura from Japan and Rahm from India. Herb Sewell calls from a webcast party where he is watching with his criminal friends and their wives.

Posted in Brad Rifkin, Classic Shows, Phil Media

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Hour 1:Bobbie Dooley tells Phil her doctor diagnosed her with colon cancer three days ago, then she says that she’s only joking. Bobbie wants Phil’s listeners to know that you don’t have to worry about getting colon cancer as long as you don’t eat like Katie Couric.Hour 2:The Phil Hendrie Show presents… “Blues Hour” with your host Mackie D. Phil reads some more of the Phil Hendrie Dictionary from Sweetfeatheryjesus.com. Phil plays a flashback and reads some e-mail. The PHS presents: Law Talk with Harvey Wireman. Jeff Dowder calls in to talk about HR Giger and shroom water.Hour 3:Luis Villanueva thinks that the immigration law is unjust. The Quandro Brothers and Jesus Malone are radio broadcasters who have told Luis that it’s important to go out and protest the immigration policy.

Posted in Classic Shows, Jeff Dowder, Phil Media

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Hour 1:Phil reads the Phil Hendrie Show Dictionary from SweetFeatheryJesus.com and talks about last nights ratings for “Teachers.” Margaret sings the encore of the Banana Boat song from a hot tub. The PHS show presents: Steve Deals and the Wonderful World of Animals.Hour 2:Margaret calls in to review “Teachers” and says that Phil was carrying so much weight that it was very distracting. Margaret says that any actor on television that’s fat is an object of pity, not someone we want to watch.Hour 3:Steve Deals’ Wonder World of Animals. Program director David G. Hall yells at Phil for thinking a kazoo is playing instead of a trumpet. Lloyd Bonafide calls in after hearing Phil read a news story about Lewis the cat, Lloyd claims his neighbor Dick Steelworth has a cat that teabagged him.

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

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Hour 1:RC Collins joins the program to explain to Phil why he and other cadets roughed up a homeless man with a wooden leg who claimed to be a Vietnam veteran.Hour 2:Phil welcomes longtime friend and sponsor Ted Bell to congratulate him and his wife Marcy on her pregnancy. Ted admits that because of the extra weight their sex life is suffering. He recently saw photos of Katie Holmes on the internet who is 7 1/2 months pregnant and looks tremendous, Ted doesn’t think that’s fair.Hour 3:Phil plugs and talks about “Teachers”, the new RC Collins gear on the website, and plays a Bobbie Dooley Flashback. Phil reads some e-mail and Clint Howard calls in to talk to Phil about television.

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Ted Bell

Monday, March 27, 2006

Hour 1:Phil is joined live in studio by “Teachers” cast members Deon Richmond, Matt Winston, Kali Rocha, and Justin Bartha (via phone). Phil takes some phone calls for the cast from Frank Grey (who has gender confusion), Rudy Canosa, Chris Norton, and RC Collins.Hour 2:Beekeeper Austin Amarka is very upset that the state of California has asked him to reduce his number of hives because his one acre property isn’t big enough to accommodate them. Austin warns that if the state doesn’t leave him alone his bees might get loose and swarm into a middle school playground. Steve Bosell is suing his wife because he saved up $6,000 for her to get a breast job and instead she used the money to buy a tiffany necklace.Hour 3:Jim Sadler wears a leopard brief when he goes to stretching class, he says it’s nothing to be scandalized about because he’s in great condition.

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Steve Bosell

Friday, March 24, 2006

Hour 1:Grocer Bob Greene discusses a new policy at Frazier Foods: They are asking customers who write checks to have them completely filled out before they get to the check stand.Hour 2:Margaret Gray joins the program to talk about the spring television season, she thinks Phil should use the “Teachers” publicity photos that show a bulge in his pants.Hour 3:Steve Bosell explains how he accidently straddled a girl in her sleeping bag while checking in on his daughters slumber party. Steve says he was simply trying to open up a window without waking them up and he just happened to be wearing a t-shirt with no underwear underneath.

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Steve Bosell

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Hour 1:Gay Entertainment journalist Doug Danger says “The DaVinci Code” movie is crap, and it’s only because he’s a gay journalist that he’s not afraid to say it’s utter rot.Hour 2:Bobbie and Steve Dooley joins the program live from the Western Estates Homeowners Association Springtacular kickoff event. Bobbie says libraries are just magnets for four eyes and bookworms. She wants to bid on the property the library is sitting on so she can bulldoze it to build their new home.Hour 3:Phil talks about how the internet is great for research because it’s the worlds largest library. Phil plugs the debut of “Teachers” on March 28th, the upcoming webcast on March 31st, and the Poker Tournament. Phil rants about Isaac Hayes and South Park, Natalie Holloway and Arubian cops, and plays a Margaret Flashback. Phil rants about Scientology, reads some e-mail, and talks about a radio host that got fired for calling Condoleezza Rice a coon.

Posted in Classic Shows, Doug Danger, Phil Media

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Hour 1:Lloyd Bonifide calls in from a Fundraiser, he has written a song that he’s very excited about called “I’ve Gotta Boogie” which he is pitching to record labels. Lloyd is upset that his friend Jim Butterworth won’t give the demo to his grandson who works for Geffen Records after he recommended a crematorium to Jim for his wife.Hour 2:Robert Robertti joins the program, he says his son uses Methamphetamines as a religious sacrament. Mr.Robertti thinks that if Indians are allowed to use Peyote as a religious sacrament then his son should be allowed to use Methamphetamines because he’s not using it for recreational purposes.Hour 3:Phil welcomes board-op Mike Bohan from Miami and reads some e-mails. Phil talks about L.Tammy Duckworth, the democrat running for office who lost her legs in Iraq. Phil plugs some upcoming events and talks about blood sugar and bio-chemical depression.

Posted in Classic Shows, Lloyd Bonifide, Phil Media

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Hour 1:Student Justin McElroy joins the program to talk about Debra LaFave, the former middle school teacher accused of having sex with a 14-year-old student. Justin says that because the charges were dropped against her, he now considers it legal for students to sleep with their teachers.Hour 2:Rev.Jim Polly joins the program from his revolutionary ministry that believes it’s okay to have sex in order to spread the word of God.Hour 3:The Phil Hendrie Show presents: Harvey Wireman’s Senior Chat. Today’s topic, How long does it take you to get annoyed when a neighbor does construction on their home? Phil talks about John Abraham of the Jets going to Atlanta, Paul Tagliabue resigning from the NFL Commission, and the luxury boxes at football games.

Posted in Classic Shows, Harvey Wireman, Phil Media

Monday, March 20, 2006

Hour 1:Phil explains why his radio show is so strange. Phil saw a cop with his lights on today and most people didn’t pull over. Lloyd Bonifide asks Phil how he’s supposed to pull his R.V. over for a cop. Harvey Wireman debates football with a child named Brenda, Brenda knows a lot more about football than Harvey. Jeff Dowder has hot oils to massage Phil’s neck. David Hall complains about a comment he heard on the air.Hour 2:Larry Grover believes it is an insult to order any man to pay child support… and he’s fighting back.Hour 3:Dave Oliva thinks women need to step up and quit half assing the L.A. Marathon. Mavis Leonard calls in to disagree with Dave, she used to run marathons when she was in college. Phil plugs the website, the PHS backstage pass, “Teachers”, and the upcoming Webcast on March 31st.

Posted in Classic Shows, Jeff Dowder, Phil Media

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