Chris Norton kicked off the show tonight o tell guys that they need to play hard to get with women. They’ve gotta stop trying to hard. Chris puked on the table during a date, busted ass while making out, and called phone sex hotlines with her phone and she loved him for it!

Phil then went on a rant about Fear Factor. Bud said that he fears putting his nose up Rush Limbaugh’s butt crack. Harvey came on to say that he saw Phil’s N.Y. Times article and now he’s peeing blood. And then Phil ranted about sponsors on the show vs freedom of speech.

Dr. Alvin Kooper wrapped up the second hour with “Mental Health on Parade”. Eric Clapton had a baby and will probably write another ballad.

Bobbie came on in the third hour to say that condom ads are bad because condoms are gross. Bobbie teaches the “pull out” method of birth control. She forbids her sons from using condoms.

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    i think phil is hilarious, one of the funniest, most versatile performers i have ever heard but with that comes the fact that on occasion he goes way over the line. with hour #2 came the line regarding the tragic death of eric clapton’s son that “eric if you had invested in a screen for your window, you could have spared us the tragedy of that song.” these completely over the line “jokes” are not common because Phil is a master of approaching the line and knowing just when not to cross it, or to cross it ever so gingerly that it’s not offensive. but in a case like making a joke about a young child who fell out a window to his death, that’s tasteless. he also did a bit where we heard a woman who had lost a grandchild to SIDs being treated in an incredibly heartless manner by one of the characters. there was a man who had lost his father or grandfather in the Pearl Harbor tragedy and one of Phil’s characters said “what was he doing at the time, eating breakfast?” and the time that a terrible flood had killed thousands of people and a caller was told by one of the characters that her relatives who had died in the disaster were in Hell because they were not Christians. I apologize if i didn’t get all these 100% correct but i’m close. Phil, as funny as he is, and he’s hilarious, either doesn’t care about these things or feels that people who are prone to such emotions don’t listen to the show anyway. or maybe he doesn’t know they are tasteless but i doubt that because Phil is very intelligent. but from where i come, i listen to these occasional “over the line” remarks and i just say to myself that’s the price i have to pay to listen to a man who may well be the most talented performer i’ve heard of; and i’m not a young person; i’m 63. I’ll never stop listening because it’s great stuff. usually.

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