Monday, January 31, 2005
Hour 1: Bob Green, CEO of Frazier Foods, is on to talk about a train crash that happened as the result of a motorist attempting to suicide. The crash happened near a Costco, and many Costco workers came running out to aid the victims of the crash. Bob is upset by the resulting hours and hours of free publicity Costco received. While Bob wishes that a crash did not actually happen, he would rather it take place next to his store.
Hour 2: Steve Bosell joins the program to discuss a lawsuit he filed against his wife. Steve got some etiquette tips from Modern Bride magazine, and his wife April Bosell mentioned this to Steve’s construction crew. One of Steve’s workers, Roy Hutchens, said, “that’s gay ass.” Flashback of Law Talk with Harvey Wireman, where Harvey is so senile, he cannot read a simple news story. Phil talks about hybrid cars.
Hour 3: Phil comes under attack from Margaret Gray and David G. Hall over his political opinions. They argue that his support for George Bush and the Iraqi elections is putting him on the outs with Hollywood and ruining his chances of appearing on TV. Craig Hardy hosts the “News Overheard at a Bar” segment. Phil talks about Costco.
Show log by Kyle Davis.