For her Phinal Phyllis Phave Phriday, Phyllis Fletcher joins Mike for a listen back to times when alleged “woo girl” Jen Flash Andrews was thrown out of restaurants, and in one instance, given up by a tell-tale pen. Mike shares some of his own delinquent dining behavior through the years (with apologies to Hoagy’s Corner), and hits Fletch with one more round of his patent-pending gotcha segment, While We Have You.
Through the magic of advanced planning, Phyllis Fletcher joins Bobby for a listen back to a pair of Luke’s cringeworthy stories from 2009. Between the awkward phone call from his alleged fiancée’s best friend, to the woman who insisted on helping him pay for some Dick’s, these gems from the radio days will really make you think about the perception of people around you, and that moment in time when the truth sets in. Not to be outdone, Bobby shares his own pregnant pause, and we break down the perils of a casual dress code.
Deep in the depths of both their souls and an undisclosed downstairs half-bath, unabashed 90 Day Fiancé fan Phyllis Fletcher joins Nice Lady Christy Wise on a trip down to the Shameber, where Luke stalks an old on-air co-host, Jen imitates a supercool indie-rocker, and Sean watches the Wayans brothers in whiteface.
Take out your Bluetooth® and adjust your tone, sir, because it’s time to sit and politely listen to LRB’s latest Phirst Phriday Phyllis Phave Edition! Phyllis joins Bobby for a listen back to two clips from September 2008 when Jen’s resolve to be the change (in manners) she wants to see in the world is put to the test, would-be Azteca appetizer-scammers be damned.
Pour a tall chalice of gin & juice and relax into your gangster lean as we flash back to August 2008, when Luke flashed back to November 2001, when, for $5, he inadvertently accepted a standup gig at a pimp convention. HistoriTens: Which brother was harder for Luke to follow? The warmup act at the Oregon Bankers' Association about a decade later, or the pimp convention emcee Mr. Mookie? Which was the tougher crowd: Squares at a corporate gig, or pimps and hoes? Does Luke fail harder on the theme of being unreasonable in unreasonable times, or "what's up with white people?" Well, only one of these events was recorded as far as we know, so we'll hear 25-year-old Luke live onstage from the (formerly Best) Western Hotel in Tacoma. Christy and Phyllis fall into the credibility gap with this TBTL gem from the radio days.