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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Episode #25: Mmm-Hmmm, The Daily Bobbie Dooley Podcast

Bobbie gets everyone oriented for Halloween with instructions on how many kids are allowed to “trick and treat”, what to do when you see “one of these real big kids”, and her post-Halloween Calisthenics for Kids.

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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Phil and the panel discuss three famous stories, all Halloween related. First Dr. Jim Sadler joins them to talk about Jack the Ripper and his theory that there were two, one a doctor who did the killing and the other a lunatic member of the Royal family directing him. When Phil disagrees, he starts crying and hangs up a couple of times. Next they take on the Amityville Horror. Don Micksa, a professor of structural engineering, tells Phil that when he first investigated this story he became sexually aroused. But now it just bores him. Finally the Snedeker family’s “Connecticut Haunting” experience is tackled by Phil and the crew. Carmen Snedeker reported that she and her husband were “sodomized by demons.” Mavis Leonard came on the show and theorized it was a demon named Moloch. “No doubt that Snedeker woman thought that was a feather in her cap, having it put to her dirty Pete style by a heavy hitter like Molodch.”

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Episode 267: Rudy Suave

It’s Rudy Canosa at his most charming as he uses his foghorn, offers up Halloween candy, and tells the heavier women in his lingerie shop to “suck the bone of a pork chop”. From October 2002, and a real collector’s item for Rudy lovers.

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Jack Armstrong was back in our first hour tonight, this time trying to explain Obamacare and the most recent foul-ups attributed to it. He met with no better success with Margaret and Bud, being hounded off the air when his accent, getting thicker as he got more panicked, caused both to interrogate him as to his country of origin. His claiming he was a native of Chicago wasn’t being bought by anyone. A caller named Dan from Austin, a guy with a big, powerful voice, wanted to weigh in on Obamacare but the moment Phil interrupted him with a question he started whimpering like a baby. The same thing happened to Bob Green who was answering Phil’s questions about Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. When Phil stopped Bob from changing the subject to dark matter Bob started crying like a 2 year old. A caller named Glenn from New York told Phil a story about his daughter “Bella” who was being baby sat by his brother. When he called the brother and asked where the child was the brother said she was in “the buggy so don’t bug me.” Glenn claims the family’s last name was Buggee. So “Bella Buggee was in the buggy.” Thats the kind of show it was.

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Trick or Treat? Only one day left!

At the Phil Hendrie Show you don’t have to choose between tricks or treats. A Backstage Pass grants you access to the largest audio archive in radio history, with over 5,000 hours of “tricks” at your disposal. And what’s a trick without a treat? Each new Backstage Pass membership in October comes with free digital CDs to stick in your sack.   All new Backstage Pass memberships enrolled this month will receive free “Best Of” digital CDs! A new monthly membership grants you access to ONE free digital CD (up to a $25 value!) A new semi-annual membership grants you access to THREE free digital CDs (up to a $75 value!) A new annual membership grants you access to FIVE free digital CDs (up to a $125 value!)   Click here to sign up for a Backstage Pass to The Phil Hendrie Show! And we haven’t forgotten our existing members either… You all receive a free digital CD as well!

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Show Log For Wednesday October 30, 2013

“Bella Buggee is in the buggy. Don’t bug me” Jack Armstrong was back in our first hour tonight, this time trying to explain Obamacare and the most recent foul-ups attributed to it. He met with no better success with Margaret and Bud, being hounded off the air when his accent, getting thicker as he got more panicked, caused both to interrogate him as to his country of origin. His claiming he was a native of Chicago wasn’t being bought by anyone. A caller named Dan from Austin, a guy with a big, powerful voice, wanted to weigh in on Obamacare but the moment Phil interupted him with a question he started whimpering like a baby. The same thing happened to Bob Green who was answering Phil’s questions about Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. When Phil stopped Bob from changing the subject to dark matter Bob started crying like a 2 year old. A caller named Glenn from New York told Phil a story about his daughter “Bella” who was being baby sat by his brother. When he called the brother and asked where the child was the brother said she was in “the buggy so don’t bug me.” Glenn claims the family’s last name was Buggee. So “Bella Buggee was in the buggy.” Thats the kind of show it was

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PhilTV Rolls Live At 6pm PDT

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Bonus PhilTV Show Saturday. Phil Will Practice Discussing History While Doing Tequila Shots

Saturday, 12 noon PDT… A Must View  BSP only

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

As our internet went out last night, there was no videocast. Phil talks with Brass Villenueva as he travels back east aboard Hi Blue Records mogul Mac Cray’s private jet. They’ll be looking to crash the planned NFL owners meeting concerning the Redskins team name. But at the moment, they’re ‘poppin’ bottles.’ David G. Hall calls the show drunk. He feels like he can since Phil announced he’ll be on Comedy Centrals ‘Drunk History.’ Vernon Dozier calls to comment on the Redskin team name controversy. He suggests that if you want offensive, how about the Cleveland BROWNS.

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Show Log for Tuesday October 30, 2013 Updating from iPhone

You want an offensive team name? Phil talks with Brass Villenueva as he travels back east aboard Hi Blue Records mogul Mac Cray’s private jet. They’ll be looking to crash the planned NFL owners meeting concerning the Redskins team name. But at the moment, they’re ‘poppin’ bottles.’ David G. Hall calls the show drunk. He feels like he can since Phil announced he’ll be on Comedy Centrals ‘Drunk History.’ Vernon Dozier calls to comment on the Redskin team name controversy. He suggests that if you want offensive, how about the Cleveland BROWNS

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