Classic Hour

Monday, November 21, 2016

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Chef Carl Chodillia begins to talk about barbecuing a Thanksgiving turkey buts runs into trouble with Margaret when he mentions meat thermometers. Dave Olivia almost gets into a fight with a USC fan at the USC-UCLA game.

The BSP Classic Show is from 2002 Wednesday, November 20, 2002
Doug Dannger from the Orange County Courier comes on to give insight into why women would sleep with a loser like Ben Affleck.
Ted Bell joins the program and talks about his new book

Episode 777 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast

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  • P.D.

    Wow. I never listened to the recent stuff. The voices are weak! Margaret doesn’t even sound like herself. The bombastic tone is gone.

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  • Don MacDonald

    PS, the Los Angels of the PCL moved to Spokane and became the Spokane Indians in 1958.

    • Phil Hendrie
      Phil Hendrie

      What happened to the Hollywood Stars?

      • Don MacDonald

        They moved to Salt Lake the same year (1958) the Los Angeles Angels moved to Spokane.

  • Tim V

    Here’s the original “You Made Me What I Am Today” song.. looks like it dates back to 1913:

    • Phil Hendrie
      Phil Hendrie

      That’s fantastic! Thanks!

  • Tim V

    Hey Phil, discovered the Saturday cinema last night. Awesome stuff. General Gayland Shaw and RC Collins are the perfect duo.

  • Don MacDonald

    Hi Phil, you were mentioning LA’s Pacific Coast League days on the pre-show and it reminded me of back in the day when the Spokane Indians were the PCL affiliate of the LA Dodgers. The 1970 Spokane Indians won the PCL championship and were once voted the greatest minor league team ever. The team was managed by Tom Lasorda and had future Dodgers Steve Garvey, Davey Lopes, Bill Russell, Bill Buckner, Doyle Alexander, Charlie Hough and Bobby Valentine. Those were the days!

    • Phil Hendrie
      Phil Hendrie

      Lasorda managed there too? Wow! I remember so many players coming up to the Dodgers from Spokane. And then one day, not sure when, they changed their main AAA affiliate to Albuquerque…..and I think Lasorda managed them …I think

      • Don MacDonald

        I remember as a kid being heartbroken when the Dodgers moved their AAA afilliation to Albuquerque after the 1971 season. In fact the whole city was distraught because we were so proud of being the Dodgers top farm team. Tom Lasorda was a great guy, he would always take time to sign autographs for us kids and he gave me a baseball on one occasion and a bat on another. The star of the 1971 Spokane Indians was a very young Ron Cey who played collegiately at Washington State University and of course later starred for the Dodgers.

  • Vic Lombardi
    Vic Lombardi

    Maurice Carthon was the NJ General running back you spoke of during the 11/21/16 show.

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