Harvey Weirman returns with his "Harvey Weirman Newsbreak." Larry Grover from Conservatives of Kern County tries to discuss the Trump candidacy with Bob Green, Chairman of Southern California [...]
Phil and David G. Hall get into it when David tells Phil that offering the Milwaukee Lions for free on Thanksgiving is like "turning" him "out." Pastor William Rennick leads a prayer breakfast in [...]
Phil introduces a Classic Friday with two bits from 2002. Bob Green won a million bucks on a stunt-type show in Canada and now he's expected to pay for injuries he inflicted during his "stunt." [...]
Margaret attempts to sing a song to Donald Trump, Bob Green discusses the creeps at the beach near celebrities' homes, and Bobbie Dooley comes on to discuss her Twitter feud with Margaret.
Bob Green of Frazier Foods doesn't want people bringing their own cloth or burlap bags into his store. Use the paper or plastic, thank you. He's not running some co-op with the dreadlocked [...]
Margaret finally gets around to singing "29 Palms"...big whoop. Ted Bell features "Keep 'Em Cool and Keep 'Em," a special event at Ted's of Beverly Hills that invites people to bring their [...]
Margaret Grey guest hosts after Phil calls her early and says he's too "disgusted" to do the show. Bob Green, Frazier Foods CEO, is back to talk about his "homage" to the Cobb salad, the "Bob [...]
Steve Bosell, construction contractor from Corona, CA, is upset with the outcome of a WWE championship match. He picked Neville but Seth Rollins won, and he feels he looked like a fool in front [...]
Bob Green from "Bob's Novelties" is upset that Hurricane Katrina has put people in a bad mood, thus holding down his joke novelties business. From August 2005.
Bob Green has to unload a big inventory of confederate flags and confederate flag coffee mugs. But how to do it without his customers seeing him as racist... Ted Bell doesn't want to light the [...]