Today, a look at a rare period in the history of the Phil Hendrie Show, Phil’s KFI weekend shows, this from March 2011. With video & audio, a year before Phil lost 90 pounds, it’s Phil in his 300 lb glory, oddly handsome with a ball cap on a chubby face. The BSP Classic Show is from March 2004. Among the bits, Justin McElroy says that Kobe Bryant is innocent because there’s no way you can be such a top athlete and commit a crime like that. Herb Sewell is a harsh critic of Paris Hilton but he’s actually infatuated with her. Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more... Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!
As long as real-life gun rampages go unchecked, first person shooter video games will be a major battlefront of The Culture War. After all, today’s new hyper-realistic gun games must be causing today’s hideous violence! But what if twenty years of perfecting virtual headshot tech dovetails with a drop in American violent crime? What if games don't actually trick anyone into being violent, or sexist, or an Italian plumber? And most chilling for you gamers out there: what if games DO trick you into becoming a less ideal person, in a way nobody’s ever warned you about?
On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by Jason Pargin (better known as David Wong) to explore a surprising truth nobody else is covering. They’ll combine decades of gaming experience with a range of studies and reporting. They’ll debunk a lot of the panic about Those Darned Violent Video Games, while also picking out some truths hidden in it. And they’ll explore how gaming DOES change the brains of even the most blood-averse n00bs.
Prepare yourself for non-stop laughter! This week we have the incredibly hilarious Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher. They’re sharing what qualities they want to pass off to their baby, how their dogs respond to the newborn, and their least words for vaginas. For even more laughs check out their Netflix comedy special, The Honeymoon Stand Up Special.” - Follow Natasha: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/natashaleggero - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natashaleggero/ -Website: http://www.natashaleggero.com/ - Follow Moshe: -Twitter: https://twitter.com/moshekasher -Instagram: www.instagram.com/moshekasher/ -Website: http://moshekasher.com/ - Check out our website: www.nottoodeep.com - This episode is brought to you by our amazing sponsors Squarespace, ZipRecruiter, Flexfits, TomboyX, and Beyond Meat. Please support them for help keep the show free!
On the conclusion to our series, we talk about just how the murders went down, who the people behind them were, how we know the players involved, and why no one ever went down for the crimes.
Rhett and Link take your questions about all things Summer and reminisce about their favorite vacations, what it's like to love but not always like your kids, and their Great American Roadtrip on this week's Ear Biscuits.
T-Pain hops on K-Camp's "Blessing (Remix)" featuring Jeremih.
We're delving into the cases of two of the most famous "unsolved" murders of the 20th century: Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur. On our first episode, we're going to give a short history of gangsta rap in order to track the path that led to the deaths of two of the biggest musical icons of the nineties.
Shane, Jess, and Drew interview snake wrangler Brian Barczyk!
The reigning king of commercials, Brian Huskey joins us this week. We discuss his Adult Swim TV Special, “Mr. Neighbor’s House 2,” awkward commercial auditions, and his daughter “fart attacking” him with homemade slime. He also shares the secrets in his beard! - Follow Brian: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/thebrianhuskey - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebrianhuskey/ - Check out our website: www.nottoodeep.com - This episode is brought to you by our great sponsors Casper, Beyond Meat, and TomBoyX. Please support them for help keeping this show free!
It's just me today so you know what that means... disaster.
On this episode, @DannyLopriore & I are talking about the royal wedding, tying sweaters around your waist, & how gangster women are.
Shane, Jess, and Drew interview Safiya Nygaard and Dwayne N Jazz!
Shane, Jess, and Drew interview Brandon Rogers!
Fionnuala has tipped waiters that much for a good Martini.
Stand-up comedian Cameron Esposito joins Scott this week to talk about Edward Penishands, her new special “Rape Jokes,” and website tips. Then, JW Stillwater enters the studio to talk about seeing the Universal Studios Hollywood play WaterWorld: A Live Sea War Spectacular. Plus, Valley stuntman Cal Buckley pops in to tell us about playing The Deacon in the WaterWorld stunt show and his many other roles over his 30 year career.
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On the second of our three part series, we cover the East Coast/West Coast conflicts of 1995 and 1996 that led to the deaths of two legends as we follow the trail blazed by Detective Greg Kading. We're well on our way to finding out just who was responsible for the deaths of Tupac and Biggie.
Actor, comedian and SNL alum Horatio Sanz joins Scott to talk about what hats he wears and why they’re so popular. Plus, they’re joined by entrepreneur Lyle Cummings to discuss the difference between sherbert and ice cream, and middle school superintendent Peppers McGilly gets on the phone to reflect on his work with Lyle to improve education in Macon County.
You knew it was only a matter of time until we said fuck it, let’s just talk about horror movies for 30 minutes. Join us on this first episode as we (Ben Kissel and Marcus Parks of The Round Table of Gentlemen) talk about why we love horror movies so much and who our favorite slashers are, plus Ben reviews the film Rubber. We’re gettin’ spooky!