Thank you to all of those who came out to the one-man show last night. You BSP members are really what makes these shows work.
Dr. Ed Elcott filled in today and took some phone calls, including one from a now disgraced former member, Dean Wheeler.
Sunset Blvd torn up by broken water main
Phil brought on both Dr. Ron Tarner and Professor Emory Clayton to talk about the ruptured water main in West LA that shut down parts of UCLA. However, the segment sidetracked into Dr. Tarner’s problems with Stephen Hawking and the fact Tarner can barely lift 30 pounds on the leg machine at his gym.
Meanwhile, Professor Clayton had a hard time remembering his own name as he talked with Phil about some bullshit, we forget what.
Obviously tonights one man show was discussed and Phil congratulated Allen Grooms as the new VIP winner….
Tonight at the Improv we’ll also announce the date and place for show number 3!! If you aren’t there, be listening Friday..
A wad of this on his chin ruined Bosell’s day at the beach
Tomorrow nights show at the Hollywood Improv was discussed. Steven Bosell of Corona, CA talked about the incident at the beach that saw a wad of mayo hit his chin and his wife’s rude reponse. He’ll talk about it tomorrow night…
Ted Bell also checked in from Ted’s of Beverly Hills and talked about his further adventures explaining “We want to put our meat in your mouth.”
General Shaw talked about seeing a band called the Jokers up in Fort Bragg, CA, getting so drunk he threw a beer bottle at the stage and then wandered down the street to watch “Jicky and Bob’s Love Dance.”
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Dave Oliva thinks Robert DeNiro is going to be pissed off that people are not going to his movies as much. He thinks people should get ready for DeNiro to start kicking ass.
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Emmy won at a raffle by Don Berman shown here with Channel 19’s Dave Ochoa
Phil and the crew welcomed onto the show Pastor William Rennick who talked about his appearance on the forthcoming one-man show at the Hollywood Improv.
Don Berman discussed lightening strikes at beaches over the weekend and the true story behind Don’s so-called Emmy award….
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“I had searched the archive for an episode from the old show, but was unsuccessful. My recall is sketchy, but I think Margaret was hawking a product called Simple Green. Its purpose was to clean the stank after bowel movements. She sang a catchy jingle, and I thought it was hilarious. I wonder if anyone might recall the date of the episode. Thanks much.”-Michael Basso
Phil talks to Vernon Dozier about a student disciplined because of an offensive song the kid was playing in his car. And Ted Bell got his feelings hurt when Phil seemingly named Morton’s as his favorite steakhouse.
The bishenes’ ‘spearience….
BSP’s don’t forget the BSP Only Saturday show tomorrow…..
Harvey Weirman believes OJ needs closure so he recommends people go to a website to buy his stuff and help him settle some outstanding debts. From July 2000.
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Trying to make music out of “28 Days Later”
Margaret Grey really carved it a new ass trying to add lyrics to the theme from “28 Days Later” as she practiced for the One Man Show July 30 at the Hollywood Improv. Dean Wheeler joined the program as he was soaking in a “re-nutritioning” bath. Dean mentioned his religion, “The Wonderful World of Cong” and its rivalry with “Elcott-The Next Step” and that both will be celebrating the Autumn Solstice in the same area; “Elcott” at the Mill Valley Holiday Inn and “Cong” at the Convention Center.
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