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Monday, August 21, 2017

Ted Bell of Ted’s of Beverly Hills explains his drunkenness and his wife Marcy leaving him as a big misunderstanding. Deane Wheeler’s Yogo positions, like turning one’s head all the way around, gets people laughing at him. Bob Green from Frazier Foods is selling gag eclipse supplies like sunglasses blind people wear that he calls ‘noggin wrappers’.

The BSP Classic Show is from July 2002. Ted Bell invites people to come down to his steak restaurant and eat grilled steak made possible by the charcoal that the trapped coal miners produced. And a follow-up to the famous “Plane Go Boom” bit. Vernon Dozier is back with Bobby, this time trying to detect when sex toys are being brought through airport security.

Episode 967 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast

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    Johnny Kielbasa

    Chicken in the shack; Turkey In The Straw!

  • Loren Keller
    Loren Keller

    I’ve been a regular pre-show listener for years. I really don’t care what Phil talks about to get himself ready for a show… it could be politics, or football scores, or names from the phone book or just a half hour of silence. I like it most when he talks about his life and life history, but whatever warmup process he needs to create and execute these brilliant shows is all fine by me.

  • P. Allgood
    P. Allgood

    I think you should say whatever you feel if you disapprove of 45. I do, and it does me good to get it off my chest as I march and take local action. You’ll never please everybody, and it’s your show to perform as you see fit. Those who complain about it will just nitpick on something else and when they rent space in your head it disrupts your creativity. You don’t KNOW them, so you don’t OWE them.

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    Kip Massey

    Phil needs to go back into the archives and relearn Dean Wheeler’s voice. On today’s show, Dean and Bob Green sound way too similar. Bob used to speak much more formally (at least until he got riled up) and Dean used to speak much more slowly, and just sounded more oily and effeminate.

  • Chris Garguilo
    Chris Garguilo

    Which date was that show, pyrobaculum?

    • pyrobaculum
      pyrobaculum

      Friday, july 27th, 2001 – hour 3, 9 minutes in, as bud says “western bacon cheesburger from junior carl better cause it have a bar-ba-coo sauce”

  • Rick Mantler
    Rick Mantler

    As long as the political talk stays confined to the pre-show, I’m good to go. I stopped listening to the pre-show because of the tedious, shopworn political talk that Mr. Hendrie spent a good portion of his career brutally satirizing. Instead of pitching a fit, I just stopped listening to the pre-show- easy enough, right? I just hope the “political talk firewall” between the pre-show and the actual show holds up.

    • David
      David

      I agree 100 percent I stopped listening to the preshow a long time ago. I did not buy a pass to inside politics

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    brian

    It appears everyone is scared to say something about Trump. Republicans really, they could not stand up to him in the primary, not one of the 16 candidates. Even Phil is scared to talk about Trump on his own show for fear of revolt of the BSP’s. Come on Phil I think your missing on some good comedy…. ……………Example… Have the panel during the intro, praise you like Trump’s staff.

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    brian

    Stop backing off on Trump!! BSP’s want to hear it sometimes.

  • TwiceRemoved77
    TwiceRemoved77

    *Windswept Homes*

    “Visit our Windswept Homes Realty office. Just ask Bill, Madge, or Timmy…”

    I’M DYING

    • TwiceRemoved77
      TwiceRemoved77

      “Noggin Wraps”

      ROFLMAOOOOOOOO

  • pyrobaculum
    pyrobaculum

    It’s nice to have you back Phil but last week was good because it forced me to go back into the archives. Heard so much great stuff, but one that had me literally crying laughing was a real oldie where you had Bud in tears because you were making fun of him for preferring McDonalds and Carls Junior over in-n-out.

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