A 'frenzied, tribal chant, not a nice Christian mambo"
On our show tonight, David G. Hall checked in to pass along his fiance Tabatha's observations. She liked Phil doing the Dina Lohan story but didn't want to hear, yet again, his tired old tale of the time his girlfriend saved him from a tornado.
Meanwhile Margaret Grey let slip the fact she hates the Hukilau song, a song Phil remembered singing in kindergarten. Margaret felt the song was a frenzied "animist, tribal chant, not a nice Christian mambo." Turns out though the real reason she hates the song is it reminds her of Hawaii, more to the point a guy named "Junior" ("All men in Hawaii over the age of 50 are named 'Junior'") who she spent two "sun drenched years with, only to be dropped off half naked at the end of a runway near Honolulu International Airport."
Margaret also talked about her "close personal friend Dina Lohan who, I am sorry to say, I'd like to knock all the teeth out of, gag, truss up and throw into a sports car with a brick on the accelerator."
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Bitch, don't kill my vibe
Don Berman, Dr Jim Sadler, Larry Grover and David G. Hall attempt to illuminate the proceedings with a mixed bag of success. None the less, Bud and Margaret pick up the slack with a few more asinine discussions. Margaret for instance vows revenge even on as yet undiscovered extraterrestrials as they may be responsible for an interplanetary incident Involving a meteor crashing into Earth. If that meteor kills Margaret's son Jason Jay Delmonico, she saya she will "tear off what passes for genitals in their star system using a gaff hook." Phil falls silent