Phil broadcasts live from the Aspen Comedy Festival with Ted Bell, Bob Green, and a couple of hundred television executives. From February 2003.
Phil was on the Man School videocast, so we've got some Comedy Gold on the radio from February 27, 2001. Ted Bell opened the show to discuss his recent marital [...]
From January 2004, Ted Bell purchases a motorcycle for his son, and the two decide to go for a joy ride. While on the ride, his son hits a dog. Ted doesn't understand why everyone is so worked up [...]
Another night of Phil on location shooting Marc Maron's show, so we've got some more great Comedy Gold for you from January 2, 2002. Hour 1: Ted Bell joins Phil [...]
Ted Bell is in a legal battle with a very powerful group known only as "The Old Ladies." Located in Beverly Hills these women are the widows of [...]
Ted Bell is flipping out over the fact that his nephew farted into the new leather of his luxury sedan. From January 2002.
Tonight Margaret carved up a variety of Christmas tunes although one, "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," approached "good." Brass [...]
Commentary tonight from Frank Grey on the lawsuit filed by a "Walking Dead" creator against AMC. Frank told the story, with his gender confusion, [...]
Phil and Ted Bell talk about the Morton's Steakhouse in Nashville that ran afoul of social media this past weekend by asking a cancer patient to [...]
Ted Bell and Dean Wheeler debated the offensive sports nickname question by bringing the long gone southern baseball team, the Atlanta Crackers, [...]