General Shaw and Jay Santos bring on a Classic. Timeless in its impact. Eternal in its message. The brilliant “Hitler – Dead or Alive".
Coach Vernon Dozier is our guest host. Chris Norton promotes his latest film. And Deane Wheeler restarts his Yogo idea but the deep breathing exercise is too weird.
Phil tells the panel he wants to buy a boat. So he calls Wes Winston, a local yacht club commodore who is nautically illiterate.
Phil ate so many Reese’s Mini Cups that he passed out near his truck and was “dragged into the shadows” by some passerby.
Don Micksa, writer and professor, demonstrates his trumpet playing skills, but he’s only just making noises with his mouth.
Today’s encore show is from March 30, 2015. Ted Bell from Ted’s of Beverly Hills has another slogan causing him problems: “Ted’s just had his sausage smoked.”
Steve Bosell believes a good move for Trump is to lead the mission to Mars. Bobbie Dooley has formed “The Women’s Gun Club-the ‘I’m Bobbie Dooley Chapter.’”
Ted Bell announces a new ad campaign: Ted’s 6 Things! He and Chef Chodillia roll it out but the ghost of ad campaigns past comes calling.
Following up on comments made by General Shaw during the Saturday Cinema, Don Micksa guests with the story of Frank Sinatra Jr.’s kidnapping in 1963.
Bobbie and Steve Dooley tell Phil the unflattering photos of Trump have to stop. Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxiliary Police worries about Kellyanne Conway “spreading.”