Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Hour 1: VARIETY.
Hour 2: VARIETY.
Hour 3: Vernon Dozier looks up to coach Ude Hussein in Iraq and says he wishes he could motivate his quarterback to play harder by putting out a cigarette on his back.
Phil talks about the topics of the day the first half. Criticizes Rush Limbaugh’s comments.
Phil complains about his call screening program not working and is mad they do not get it fixed.
Uday Hussein was know for torturing athletes. Vernon Dozier of Balmar Academy tells Phil he understands Uday Hussein’s desire to win. Vernon says at time he too wants to ring some necks out of frustration. He further admits he fantasizes to put his cigarette on his quarterback so that he will no longer throw interceptions. It escalates to his fantasy of cutting a gymnast’s finger off in front of the other gymnasts. He then goes into the “Rube” routine from Silence Of The Lambs. “You know what you look like to me, with your good bag and your cheap shoes? You look like a rube. A well scrubbed, hustling rube with a little taste.”
Show ends with Lloyd Bonafide singing Blue Suede shoes all wrong.
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