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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

“My mother was a dirty, sadistic old bag.” Vernon Dozier unloads on his recently deceased mother, Veronica. Dead at 82.

The BSP Classic Show is from October 2003 featuring Bobbie Dooley saying people who need pain medication are weak and of low character and Bob Green ordering his supermarket employees to sign up for magazine subscriptions for his daughter’s school fundraiser.

Episode 1304 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast

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  • John

    Was listening to An American Girl not 3 hours ago on the radio on the drive home from work. Started doing the SotL soliloquy getting alway to the FBI!! Was thinking how bitchin it would be for a PHS “character” slot for that phrase!! Phil has used it with all the top characters over the years, even Dozier!!

    • John

      Oh yeah, on the classic at 105 minute mark, Bob Green goes into it…

  • Kip Massey

    Agreed! Vernon most definitely deserves a place on the Mount RUshmore of Hendrie characters.

  • vic-prell

    Vernon Dozier’s mother was Belle Barth?

    • TwiceRemoved77
      TwiceRemoved77

      In Phil’s description of his friend’s mother, I was reminded of the Joan Crawford character in Mommie Dearest.

  • Kip Massey

    Vernon!!! I’m already grinning ear to ear in childlike anticipation. It’s a good day after all.

  • TwiceRemoved77
    TwiceRemoved77

    Vernon’s mother 😀 There was a panel show in the past couple years where Vernon talked about his mom walking around with her robe open AHAHAH And there’s a classic show and Vernon talks about his ruined childhood because she kissed him on the lips when dropping him off for school.

    Vernon needs a character page for the love of Christ! All the shows containing these integral bits and pieces to the life of their character needs to be linked up.

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