Classic Hour

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Phil’s pitching the website, signing up BSPs. How? A couple of classics. From December 1999, RC Collins raves about the explosions he saw on TV. And from September 2005, Austin Amarca “spits in the eye” of Hurricane Katrina.

The BSP Classic Hour is from one of the show’s greatest months, July 2001!

Episode 1144 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast

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    It’s over six weeks since this bit was featured as a repeat and I’m still listening to it several times a week…CLASSIC!

  • Julie Williams
    Julie Williams

    OMG RC was so freakin hilarious!

  • Mark

    The RC/Pearl Harbor bit is one of my favorites. RC is the perfect combo of bravado, naïveté and ignorance.

    The caller could be Bill Walton.

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    Pete Cirigliano

    What do you mean we’re not getting new shows. Phil is providing his own laugh track now for old material. Voila! New show!

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    Holy shite, I never heard the R.C. Collins bit before and can’t stop listening to it! Absolutely brilliant…

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    jolyon fisher

    I knew that Phil was going to be taking off this whole week. Thats two weeks in a row with 1 new show total. Yikes.

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    I am always surprised when there is a live show. What’s going on?

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    Knock off the blather, Phil. Just make us laugh.

  • Chris

    Austin Amarca is a classic. Both he and Art Griego have real specific voices and I recall you saying Art was based on someone.

  • Chris Garguilo
    Chris Garguilo

    Listened to that long winded rant from the viewer who battled with RC Collin. So glad, Phil, you are no longer doing that format. Talk about enduring the unendurable.

    • TwiceRemoved77

      In the earlier days (this was ’99), Phil seemed to let callers go a bit longer. Though then again, maybe it had to do with how many lines were blinking, the quality of those comments waiting on hold, how good/bad Phil thought the bit was going,

  • TwiceRemoved77

    The Austin Amarca “Katrina” bit from 10/26/05 was also presented on an in front of the paywall “Classic Wednesday” on 10/26/16.

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