It's Classic Friday and that means two great bits from our massive archive. From January 2006 it's Larry Grover complaining that after hiring an escort to accompany him to a work event, she [...]
It's the debut of Lloyd Bonfide, Mouth Siren Cop, who gives safety tips for driving during the holidays even as he has a hard time turning over his bike's engine. Pastor William Rennick says that [...]
Stephen Bosell is humiliated in the Outback Steakhouse men's room when someone walks in after Steve's used the facility and asks "who died?" Steve claims the incident caused him PTSD. From August 2001.
B&B Construction's Steve Bosell guest hosts and brings on Larry Grover to discuss the Jay D. Blasingame sex site, a site run by the brother of Steve's attorney Delores Blasingame. Then Vernon [...]
Lloyd Bonafide, as the mouth siren cop, pulls Harvey over again and gets into it with the General. Phil reveals that its going to be left up to the audience who stays with the show...Lloyd or the [...]
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 [...]
Harvey Weirman is seemingly chased by the mouth siren cop until the whole thing is exposed as schtick! Rudy Canosa's nephew Rafael is back with a song about Rudy buying a piece of Ted Bell's [...]
It's a BSP-a-thon featuring Margaret singing "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" and General Shaw singing The Doors' "Love Her Madly." Plus Steve Bosell talks about "Here He Comes Now, Here Comes Steve [...]
Steve Bosell is concerned that a puppy he bought his daughter turned around and urinated on him. He has no choice but to sue the dog, his daughter, and a neighbor that laughed at him. From July 2000.
Margaret's laryngitis has really taken a turn for the worse, so we're featuring a special encore for today's Saturday BSP-Only show from May 30th, 2000. It's Bobbie Dooley, Mavis Leonard, and [...]