Phil taped his upcoming episode of“Drunk History” yesterday, so we’re running a “Best Of…” today from January 18 of last year. Enjoy!
Mr. Leonard Salvo, a former initiate in ELCOTT: The Next Step, claims he and his wife were “bothered” by “Archangels,” ELCOTT’s slightly less aggressive versions of Scientology goons, after they failed to “funnel” their “funneling” (pay their dues), and abruptly left the religion.
The BSP Classic Hour is from January 2002. Vernon Dozier heads a neighborhood watch to look for child molesters, but he’s the only member and he spends time logging the colors of potential victims’ panties. The famous ”OAKS” bit (R Hutchins).
Phil is with filming with Drunk History today so we have a show from February, 2016. The Giant Siberian Unicorn, an actual species scientists believe coexisted with man, is of concern to Jay Santos and the Citizens Auxiliary Police. Jay thinks people will be blissed-out thinking about the unicorn and not focus on driving. Also Chris Norton reveals how much he charges for a picture of his penis. And Karen Deauville talks about bleaching…
The BSP Classic Hour, October 1999, is Vic Prell filling in for Phil and reading horrifying murder stories for Halloween, but his annoying voice makes them sound hip. David G. Hall defends Vic after Phil criticizes the way he is presenting the material.
August Selson’s Sexual Exploration Hour returns! August tells us how he’s doing since going in for psychiatric evaluation.
The BSP Classic Show is from July 2004, and features Bobbie Dooley saying the reason women get divorced is that they don’t offer their bodies unconditionally and don’t courtesy flush.
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General Shaw and R.C. Collins host a surprisingly uncut version of this cult classic. It ain’t bad. Not great, but not bad…
It’s the BSP chat with people checking in from around the frozen USA.
We also have a BSP Classic Show from December, 9, 2002. Robert Green gets a big laugh that kids write letters to Santa asking for dialysis and the like. David G. Hall talks about drunks at Christmas parties. And Lloyd Bonified comes on to say people with icicle lights on their houses are homosexuals.
Day two of Phil working away from the El Pacifico (for details, listen to the BSP Pre-show or join the chat tonight at 9 p.m. PST). Today’s show first aired November 13, 2015.
Margaret Grey, Bobbie Dooley and Steve Dooley revisit the topic: “Who’s better looking, Kylie or Kendall Jenner?” Chef Carl Chodillia is cleaning up after yesterday’s Republican Women’s breakfast of beans, coffee and bacon.
The BSP Classic Hour is from January, 2006. Bobbie Dooley found a Burmese cat that belongs to her neighbor but she refuses to return it.
Phil has an acting job today, so we bring you a show from one year ago, January 2016. Dr. Jim Sadler uses the real life example of one of his patients to talk about the effects of winning a large sum of money in Powerball. Frank Grey, as only Frank can with his gender confusion, breaks down the Ted Cruz campaign loan controversy.
Our BSP Classic Hour is from September 11, 2000. Darkhorse Drummer Jeff Dowder calls the program to promote a “Celebrate the Healing” concert he’s throwing to promote medical marijuana use.
Curt Queedy, West Virginia State legislator, addresses the latest Trump news and tries to put it in an adult manner so he uses the phrase “going to the bathroom” rather than “urinate.” It’s all very weird.
Later, our BSP Classic Hour features Dr. Jim Sadler offering his advice as a pediatrician and cloth diaper service owner. He claims that the kids who went out in the freezing cold did so because their disposable diapers are too hot. From February 2001.
Phil has David G. Hall on who demands Phil apologize for the recent foul language on his show… and Mark Hinshaw reveals how he and his Alabama fan brethren secure good tables in sports bars.
The BSP Classic Show is from January, 2004.
Bobbie Dooley is teaching neighborhood kids aggressive combat and Bob Green doesn’t allow employees to microwave meals at his store because it’s usually a lot of garbage food.