What about all the trash these suckers will leave behind?
Phil , back from his flu shot episode, drops show biz news during the pre-show.
Dean Wheeler unveils a new horn player for his wife's band and a song Dean wrote for Emerelda. Wait'll you hear this.
Dr. Ron Tarner "dumping" his girlfriend Caroline takes precedence over discussions of Ebola when Don Micksa lets the cat out of the bag on his segment, a segment allegedly about the Hong Kong democracy movement. Micksa feels that that movement is threatened by the tendency of the protesters to be slobs, leaving garbage in the streets.
Phil also talked about how his symptoms came on after the shot and what he did about it. Bud wanted it made clear that Phil doesn't have Ebola....
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Phil is still recovering from his flu shot, so we've got another "Best Of" for today's comedic pleasure.
The podcast starts with Dean Wheeler, live from the "Eggs, Pork, and You" in Palos Verdes to talk about his alleged killing of Wiff Bailey, the Elcott tracker that attached tracking wires to Emerelda's v*****. Dean claims that Bailey is alive and well and that Elcott-The Next Step is a big joke concocted by Ed Elcott for his private amusement.
Then Bobbie Dooley joins us to discuss the upcoming Summertacular, an annual celebration of all things summer. She also discusses her recent celebrity interview with Dr. Drew; naturally, this upsets Margaret, and the two get into a heated exchange.
The new online YouTube fad of "Fire Challenge" is discussed with Coach Vernon Dozier saying the only real way to prove yourself is to stand there and burn while reading the Gettysburg Address. Not light yourself on fire and then run and jump into a pool...
The Ebola outbreak and the ways it can be transmitted was addressed by Dr. Jim Sadler. He was reluctant to at first though unless he was given his due as a doctor and therefore a member of the only profession that could help the human race with the disease. So he wanted some expressions of gratitude from the crew before he would answer questions...
Closing the show was Father James McQuarters, who talked about pre-destination and whether Phil's comfort level on stage means he was "destined" to be there rather than radio. The discussion then got around to the topic of "pa-GAN" worship...
Jay Santos' brother has a neat train collection and a criminal background. Why not send out the welcome wagon? From September 2004.
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