Ted Bell, owner of Ted’s of Beverly Hills, recounts his arrest for drunk driving, while wearing one shoe, drinking fortified wine, and singing “You’ve Got A Friend.” Rudy Canosa visited Detroit with his new girlfriend Eleanor, engaged in what he calls some “work in the backyard,” got back to LA, and then read there is an anti-sodomy law on the books in Michigan! Jeff Dowdder thinks he can help push back against the LDS in Utah to get a medical marijuana law passed.

Episode 574 from The World of Phil Hendrie podcast.

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  • Rory MacLeod
    Rory MacLeod

    LOL @ “the anality”

    Bud’s song was fantastic “You said a dirty word… you said a dirty word…”

  • Chris

    Forgot to add, I could hear the clicks in the edit. Select “Find zero crossings” in the edit menu before cutting or copying in Audacity to get rid of those.

  • Chris

    Enjoying the weirdly edited Bob Bakian lockouts

    • TwiceRemoved77

      I really like the “clicks”, it’s like the guitarist flicking the tone switch trying to get every bit out of the waning note. It ads to the flavor!

      the show isn’t edited at all besides the fades from the ads right?

  • Michael

    This was one of the nuttier shows in the last 6 months… am I on shrooms right now, maybe. Yep I am.

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    Pete Cirigliano

    Speaking of Ghost, would love to hear Con Clavi Con Dio as your lead in music. I’d love even more the reaction from General Shaw. And Margaret singing Satan’s praises in Italian- Bellissima!

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    Pete Cirigliano

    Great show today, Phil. Rudy and Jeff are two of my all-time favs. Btw- I love that you play Ghost on your show. Saw them live about a year and a half ago. What a great band and even better live show.

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    Don MacDonald

    Hi Phil, with respect to the pre-show, I hope Bernie will be able to adequately address your concerns irrespective of whether he earns your vote. One thing Bernie has been consistent in from the start is that he can’t do what he has proposed on his own. He knows he needs progressives elected to Congress to pass his legislation so he is very realistic in that regard. Whether he will be successful or not is certainly subject to question but he’s telling us we should at least try to create a much more equitable society rather than telling us we really can’t make any substantive societal change so make the best of it.

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