Classic Hour

Thursday, November 17, 2016

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Steve Bosell pitches B & B Construction for Phil’s studio renovation. Bob Green, the millionaire owner of Frazier Foods, was dating one of his checkers but she dumped him…and he never even got a b*** j**. Also, John Jerryman is back to sing “Santa Claus saw me,” a song about a peeping tom Santa Claus.

The BSP Classic Hour, November 1999, has Ted Bell explaining why he refused to take off his $200 Oakley sunglasses while asking his wife for a divorce.

Episode 775 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast

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  • Brian Seldt
    Brian Seldt

    Phil, I just thought up a song for the Traveling Squirrel;

    Traveling Squirrel, Traveling Squirrel
    You can’t tell if it’s a boy or a girl
    There is fur where its parts ought to be
    Because there’s fur you can’t see (its peepee)”


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      yeah, that’s gonna be a no for me buddy

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    robert sears

    I can’t believe Phil didn’t know who Steve Reeves was [Jailbait movie]. Mr America, Mr World and Mr Universe.

    • Phil Hendrie
      Phil Hendrie

      Right on. I spaced, you’re right

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