Today is the first day of autumn Phil Hulett looks to keep summer going with the man behind the classic 1966 surf film, The Endless Summer, Bruce Brown. Hear them reminisce about what Southern California beaches looked like before development, find out what Bruce thinks about today's surfers, as well as what a pair of trunks and a jug of wine could get you in the 1960s. Add to the fun, Travel Dude Gary Warner talks festivals, wine, beer and off-season baseball. Kellie Sue Peters and Paul McCann joins Phil as co-hosts with these stories: It's the end of the world as we know it. Celebrity Fall Bucket List. Silly Rabbit, potentially carcinogenic food colorings are for kids! Hangxiety is a thing. Here comes the largest Chick-fil-A ever! Celebrity birthdays that will make you feel old. And finally, Frida the dog has a knack for finding people alive in the rubble of major earthquakes.
Phil Hulett's Father-In-Law was a member of the Philippine Scouts during World War II and was held prisoner for 3 and a half years after the infamous "Bataan Death March." 75 years later, the U.S. Government is recognizing 260,000 Filipino soldiers who fought alongside Americans with the Congressional Gold Medal. Hear Lieutenant Colonel, INF, USAR Retired, Rodrigo L. dela Concepcion talk about the history and heroism of these Filipino men and how this rare honor came to fruition. Plus, our favorite Filipino, Manny the Movie Guy reviews the Lego Ninjago Movie as well as Kingsman The Golden Circle and Brad's Status. In addition, Phil, and his co-hosts, Kellie Sue Peters and Paul McCann, cover these stories: Equifax inadvertently sends people to a phishing website. A School Teacher steals the homecoming money for a gambling binge. Even though he is cute, plus-sized fans are outraged with Harry Styles. We'll tell you why. Well help you avoid party shame by revealing which Halloween costumes everyone else is buying. Forget Walmart, now Whole Foods is a great place to people watch. We have the 6 things that drain your cellphone battery. And finally, is it a good idea to buy the iPhone 8?
You say you are sick and tires of government. Go ahead, start your own country. Joe Quirk is not kidding when he says the next frontier is the blue frontier. He explains how you can start your own, floating, sovereign country. He's dead serious, and a lot of what he says makes sense, but Phil has a lot of questions for him. Check out Joe Quirk's book here. It's the time of year when we have to talk baseball. Angels broadcaster, Trent Rush pops in to handicap the pennant races, talk about streaks, curses and jinxes. Adding to the fun, the friends offer these stories: Hipster coffee label sells out to the man. Wait a minute, raw chicken is a thing now? 5 year old overcomes 22 brain surgeries to make it to his first day of school. This is ridiculous, if you are into math...a dude in Thailand has 120 wives. Guess how many children he has? Was Utah Senator Orrin Hatch a stoner in high school? And finally, apparently Kelis really was singing about actually milkshake.
Freeze my credit! Nearly half of Americans may have had their credit information stolen in the massive Equifax data breach. Patrica A. Davis is a financial expert and author of the books, Mimi, Money and Me, 101 Realities About Money Daddy Never Taught Me But Mama Always Knew, Money Secrets for the Sandwich Generation - Squeezed in the Financial Middle, and the soon to be released "Going Broke is No Joke." She offers some harsh realities about your credit and what could happen to you if you don't take a simple step to protect yourself against what hackers may do with your credit info. Plus, Manny the Movie Guy tells us which movies and acting performances have Oscar written all over them after his visit to the Toronto International Film Festival. He also reviews mother! and American Assassin. In addition to our guests, we also have these stories: Why it's good for you to let your dog sleep in your bed. Worried about North Korea? Dennis Rodman to the rescue! Justin Bieber and Marilyn Manson feud. We finally know how much air is in a bag of chips. Can Zika cure cancer? Sitting is the new smoking. iPhone X facial recognition log in may have a problem. The worst pumpkin spice products EVER. Cassini's suicide mission. Rare, motionless lizard under the bed! Zach Braff is a great pitch man in Ukraine.
Co-Hosts: Lauren Howard-Hayes and Katie Elsaesser of the K-Lo Sketch Show
The organizer of the Devils Tower UFO Rendezvous joins Phil and the Friends to talk about the first annual event in Hulett, Wyoming. That's right, HULETT. Do not miss Phil Hulett's recounting of his bone-chilling UFO sighting. Plus, travel dude Gary Warner talks about a man's trek through Pacific Northwest wild fire sites, tens years after. Recent co-host, Stew Herrera checks in on his way to Golden Gate park in San Francisco where he will join 150 other bicyclists on an 8 day ride back to Los Angeles to raise money for the Arthritis Foundation. Will you help Stew raise $10,000? Plus these stories: Smart Vests for stray dogs. The 2018 Guinness Book of World Records. Most rediculous rules at work. Guy falls to death after marriage proposal. The seven signs your marriage will last. The guy who performed CPR on a turtle for an hour. TV Weather man lets one rip during his forecast. And finally, diamond ring lost in the garden 2 decades ago, turns up in a colander.
Your money is affected by external forces. Hurricanes, earthquakes, and unpredictable geopolitical events like North Korean nukes, all drive the markets into choppy economic waters. Mark Hamrick is the President of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers as well as the lead Economic analyst and Washington D.C. Bureau Chief at Bankrate.com. Hamrick visits the studio to discuss the sectors hardest hit by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. He also touches on other money-related topics, like the evolution of retail, Wall Street's opinion of Marijuana companies, and the state of journalism in America. Manny the Movie Guy reviews the movie "It" and offers a preview of the Toronto Film Festival. Plus, Phil and the Friends cover these stories: The crappy Tinder date. Feeling lonely? Rent-a-fish! Leslie Van Houten paroled. Taco Bell employees take out an armed robber. Wine that tastes like beer. Swanky demanding Nanny gig. Finally, somebody check Skylar's eyes...or her mind when she asks, "George Clooney likes what?" Co-Hosts: Kelly Bennett and Skylar Cuarisma Download this Episode!