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Monthly Archives: December 2004

Friday, December 31, 2004

Friday, December 31, 2004 Hour 1: Eric Hester is in production of a new reality television show called Surprise! In his show, the host will approach children and tell them that their parents have been killed. After they capture the reaction of the children, the fear and sadness, the parents will reappear and yell “Surprise,” indicating that it was all just a gag. He hopes to sign a Drew Carey or Ray Romano type to host the program, as it will soften the blow for the youngsters. Eric believes that it is an elevation of the reality genre, as programs like The Bachelor are not real situations for most people. The reality in his show is the reaction on the child’s face as they are told their parents are dead. Callers feel this will traumatize kids, but Eric argues the child will instantly relieved when a parent pops up from the coffin and says “Hey! Let’s go get some shots and beers.” Hour 2: Dr. Jim Sadler joins the program to discuss a book he wrote, which is a collection of stories and anecdotes displaying how people have changed as the result of 9/11. As Sadler explains, 9/11 motivated him to get into better shape, and he began working on his body through extensive weight training. Jim has succeeded in his training and now has the physique of a body builder. As the result, he often exercises or sunbathes on his front lawn wearing only a thong brief. Phil argues that it may be indecent exposure, but Sadler claims that anyone who is bothered by his well-oiled body in a thong is still having trouble coping with 9/11. Later, RC Collins calls in to ask Phil about the “Baby Boner Generation” which leads Phil to reflect upon getting older. Hour 3: Margaret Gray is on to discuss “Project Aware,” a group she is involved in dedicated to adjusting the English language to become more gender neutral. Margaret reveals that the word that concerns her the most is “women.” The conversation gets really weird as Margaret explains it’s only a matter of time before doctors perfect gender reassignment surgery, and women will have the luxury of attaining male genitalia. Show log by Kyle Davis.

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Thursday, December 30, 2004

Thursday, December 30, 2004 Hour 1: Justin McElroy, a junior at Canyon High School, is protesting the ROTC on campus. He feels that his generation is smarter than previous generations, and they do not need basic training in the military, because they get all the training they need playing Halo 2. Combover Boy takes over the last segment of the hour, discussing his hobby of dressing as Santa Claus to lure in young children. Hour 2: Bobbie Dooley, President of the Western Estates Homeowners Association, discusses an emergency meeting she called of the homeowners in the association in light census report that by the year 2050, half of the US population will be minorities. Bobbie claims that she is not a racist, but other white people might find it jarring when they wake up and 50 percent of the population is minority, or when they go to the bank and see a man with a banker bandito mustache as opposed to a white man. Hour 3: Austin Amarka feels that pregnant women are put up on a pedestal, when in reality they are a lot tougher than they let on. Austin was at a Fourth of July pool party hosted by his boss, Craig Doland and his wife Joann. Austin’s son, Chase, was playing in the pool, and launched a wet Nerf football and hit Joann, who is pregnant, right in the belly. Austin and Chase looked at each other and laughed as they both yelled “touchdown!” Joann got upset, and Austin told her to “come off her act.” He and Chase were then asked to leave. Austin claims pregnant women are not that weak, citing his own mother was a professional wrestler and worked all the way up to when she was nine months pregnant with Austin in the womb. Show log by Kyle Davis.

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Wednesday, December 29, 2004

Wednesday, December 29, 2004 Hour 1: Paul McNamara joins the Phil Hendrie Show in the first hour, promoting his campaign for Congress. He is running on a platform to stick up for property owners and property managers. A property owner by trade, Paul has come up with an innovative way to allow his tenants to pay the rent, which is too low in his opinion, and not make him feel as though he is, as he says, “taking a chainsaw to the face.” He has his tenants perform odd jobs for him, such as dry cleaning, cooking his meals, and scraping the barnacles off of his boat. Callers are livid, since the majority of McNamara’s tenants are elderly. Lloyd Bonifide calls in to argue that many of these senior citizens are on fixed incomes, and are already reduced to eating cat food. Phil plays a flashback of Don Parsley, who as always can’t get his story straight. His wife is dead, but she’s going to ask for a loan. One of his girls has leukemia, or is it his effeminate son. Hour 2: David G. Hall is talking about his fiancée, and complaining because Phil and the other employees are not complementing David on her beauty. Phil tells David that Gretchen is an attractive woman, but David doesn’t buy Phil’s praise because he is not comparing her to Halle Berry, Carmen Electra, or any of the other famous, beautiful celebrities. Another Don Parsley flashback – Don’s wife has breast cancer, so he went out and found another woman who still has her breasts. Hour 3: Vernon Dozier, teacher and football coach at Belmar Academy, is in hot water with the Parent Teacher Association. Vernon has had an ongoing email relationship with a 15-year-old student at his school, but he says there has been neither sexual contact nor anything inappropriate in his conduct. Furthermore, he has coached 231 games, won countless football titles, and has the athletic center named in his honor, so he’s a bigger deal than some suburban soccer mom. Show log by Kyle Davis.

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Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Tuesday, December 28, 2004 Hour 1: Don Parsley is the guest during the first hour. He recently got the results back of his wife’s biopsy, and she does not have breast cancer. Despite the good news, Don admits that he thought his wife was a dead woman, so he went out and got himself an insurance policy; he started having an affair with a younger woman with full, healthy breasts. Now Don’s wife is going to live, but he still wants the other girl to come live at their house. Don doesn’t understand why callers are criticizing him. After all, Kobe Bryant did the same thing and he got away with it. Hour 2: Herb Sewell has a documentary coming out about Father’s Day – calling it one of the more painful American holidays. Herb contends that fathers are not seen in the same light as mothers, and the film focuses on some fathers that have been abandoned by their children. In his case, Herb has not spoken to his own children in seven years. Turns out that, during a heated argument, Herb kicked his wife out of the car while it was moving 90mph down the Grapevine, in front of his kids! He claims it was an out of body experience. Herb thinks he should be let back into his kids’ lives since it was a onetime incident, and demands he be permitted to go to his daughter’s wedding. To further prove the act wasn’t that bad, Herb then throws himself out of a moving vehicle. Hour 3: Chris Norton is on the program to discuss the news of Debra LaFave sleeping with a student. Chris’ expertise on the issue is due to him being a young and very good-looking guy who has had sex with many women. Chris feels that LaFave should not be arrested because she is attractive and it will traumatize the young boy into thinking he made a bad choice in women. Conversely, if she were typical teacher, described as middle-aged and overweight, she should be convicted. Show log by Kyle Davis.

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Monday, December 27, 2004

Monday, December 27, 2004 Hour 1: Margaret Gray is the guest for the hour. She explains that it is risky to rent property to single mothers. Margaret believes it is legitimate, as a landlord, to ask the question if all the children come from the same father, and worry if the woman has a lot of male callers coming to the home. Flashback of Doug Dannger discussing a Nicole Kidman movie. Hour 2: Doug Dannger, writer for the Orange County Courier, is a gay man and gay journalist, and he is writing an article about the Great American Smoke-out. As part of his investigation, he is going to out in public places and smoking to see how people react. He says because he is gay, nobody will have the temerity to go eyeball to eyeball with him and tell him to put out his cigarette. Flashback to the previous night’s show when Justin McElroy wants the Sadie Hawkins dance eliminated, because it makes the girls at his high school “beasts in training.” Hour 3: Steve Bosell is on to discuss another lawsuit. Steve had some buddies over to play Ping-Pong and have some beers, and Steve brought up the idea that Osama Bin Laden may be pattering himself after James Bond villains. Roy Hutchins, a neighbor, responded with “Oh yeah Steve, and do you think that Lex Luther bombed Pearl Harbor?” which caused everyone to laugh. Steve is filing a lawsuit over emotional distress and infringing on his civil rights, naming everyone who was at his party, including his son, Steve Jr. Flashback of Carl Mislaw, a British journalist, telling the caller her daughter has dwarfism. Show log by Kyle Davis.

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Friday, December 24, 2004

Friday, December 24, 2004 Hour 1: RERUN of 2004-12-16 hour two. Hour 2: RERUN of 2004-12-08 hour three. Hour 3: RERUN of 2004-12-07 hour two.

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Thursday, December 23, 2004

Thursday, December 23, 2004 Hour 1: Tonight Phil hosts an all request show. This means that every bit played on the air is a repeat of some piece of crap Phil did a while back, and you, the listener, enjoyed it so much that you asked to hear it again. The first hour features clips of Lloyd Bonifide pissed off about a neighbor’s sports car, Art Griego is wasted, Jeff Dowder wants to process his “number 2,” Pastor William Rennick hunts werewolf, Vernon Dozier does it his way, and Chris Norton teaches you how to dance sexy! Hour 2: Phil’s all request show continues! Chris Norton’s sexy dance kicks off the hour, since Phil messed it up last time. Clips from hour two include Dave Oliva flaunts his El Camino, Vernon Dozier seeks the love of an 18 year old student, Vernon Dozier again with “Plane go Boom,” and Jeff Dowder explains how jack rabbits start forest fires. Then Phil plays the classic clip of the guy calling in thinking he’s ordering a pizza! Hour 3: Final hour of the all request show starts with Bob Green and cat sandwich. Other requests include Steve Bosell beating children as the result of playing Halo, Silvia vs. David G. Hall, Jay Santos pulling over cars and belt-sanding off a little paint, Jay Santos again patrolling garage sales for child predators, and finally “All you can eat Negro!” Show log by Kyle Davis.

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Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Wednesday, December 22, 2004 Hour 1: The Phil Hendrie Show highlights the world’s greatest liars, focusing on Jenny Craig. Phil rants about various diet programs and breaks down the bullcrap. Flashback by request replays Pastor William Rennick wearing a diaper in the manger and making baby noises. David G. Hall calls in with concerns that Phil’s show is boring, so he hooks Phil up to the show monitor. Every time the show starts to slip, Christmas music will play by Mannheim Steamroller. Phil welcomes Dr. Jim Sadler, calling in from the driving range, to discuss “Jesus vs. Santa, who is better?” Father James McQuarters checks in while doing some missionary work with some bush-people in Africa. He is having them sing Christmas songs while playing tunes on his ghetto blaster. Hour 2: Margaret Gray joins the program, discussing her anger with secularists who tell us that we cannot have religious programming or themes. She is so sick and tired of these bastards for taking Christmas themes away from our children that she compares them to dog excrement or child pornographers. Phil promotes his all request show set for tomorrow night and talks about diamonds. Hour 3: Steve Bosell is at it again with another lawsuit. This time he is bringing litigation towards his friend and neighbor, Roy Hutchens. Steve and Roy are both active volunteers at Carmella Valley Youth Ranch, and Roy mentioned to Steve that he would be playing Santa for the kids at the holiday party. Steve decided to play a practical joke on his friend by grabbing him between the legs. When he grabbed the Santa, it turned out to be a woman, Vicki Borden. This woman freaked out on Steve in front of the children, and then Steve had what his attorney, Deloris Blasengame, referred to as a laxative effect of his emotions. He suing Vicki Borden and Roy Hutchens for reputational assault, reverse sexual discrimination, and the diarrhea of emotions. Steve also, as the result, never wants to work with kids again. Show log by Kyle Davis.

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Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Tuesday, December 21, 2004 Hour 1: Robert Green is the descendant of plantation owners. He is suing the federal government and 39 black members of congress over reparations, saying when the country freed the slaves, his family lost everything! Hour 2: Phil tells the story about his clash with Brian Cox of the Miami Dolphins while Phil worked for WIOD in Miami. Phil would do a bit called The Brian Cox Show, based on Brian Cox’s often vulgar and inappropriate on field behavior. This bit led to Cox filing a $15 million lawsuit for slander and misappropriation of likeness on air. Ever since, Phil has held a grudge against Brian Cox, up until running into him the previous Saturday night. By request flashback of Art Griego arguing that Thanksgiving should be a white holiday. He disputes that since blacks were brought to this country against their will, what do they have to be thankful for? Hour 3: It’s the Combover Boy Show! Today, Comb questions why you have to drug senior citizens in order to get some “Christmas nookie” from them. Phil talks about his marriage. Jeff Dowder joins the program for “Wouldn’t it be funny if.” Colonial Buck Negro hosts a segment to talk about the issues of the day, and he will not be swayed! Phil rants about Glenn Beck lifting his show, and Martha Stewart’s activity while in prison. Harvey Wireman joins Phil to talk about Robert Stroud, the Birdman of Alcatraz. Harvey, however, does not have his glasses, has a cheese log stuck in his throat, and in general is so senile that he cannot postulate a sound argument. The Chef Carl Chadillia Show gets a segment. Callers are irate as Carl uses a pickle to represent the Baby Jesus. Show log by Kyle Davis.

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Monday, December 20, 2004

Monday, December 20, 2004 Hour 1: RERUN of 2004-04-09 hour three. Hour 2: RERUN of 2004-05-03 hour one. Hour 3: RERUN of 2004-03-12 hour one.

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