James Lowe is better known as Jiggy Jaguar, and he is booked to appear on this episode, but something happened. Manny the Movie Guy reviews the new Transformers movie. Put down that fidget spinner, we've seen the next big thing! The new Ken doll needs to grow a pair. Earth's population explosion projected. Motorcycle road rage. Heavy Metal Fans in Germany get the best treatment, IF they drink enough beer. The average cost of a case of beer by U.S. State. The Melania Make-Over. 3-D sketch kid.
Co-Hosts: Emily Harlan, Kellie Sue Peters
In part 2 of episode 323 of Phil Hulett and Friends, word arrives on what happened to Jiggy Jaguar that has the friends worried for his welfare. Phil shops for a hybrid plug-in car. There's a new drink called the Sour Toe and somebody stole the secret ingredient. Travel Dude Gary Warner checks in with vacation spots where you can beat the summer heat. Kids these days with their high-tech summer jobs making $20,000 or more from their bedroom. 2 slices, er scoops of the brand new ice cream flavor. Carlyn Montes De Oca says, never mind Take Your Dog to Work Day, she has a better idea. Michael Phelps comes out of retirement to face certain death. We've found the dude who owns the most Hello Kitty stuff. The dumbest crook of the week. Names celebrities use when they check into hotels.
Co-Hosts: Emily Harlan, Kellie Sue Peters
Any way you slice it, we are RIPPED! Russ Greene, a spokesman for CrossFit explains how a district court ruling further legitimizes the massive extreme workout company. The co-founder of events production company, Brew Ha Ha talks about the music a craft beer festival, BeerX as well as a music and something else festival, High & Mighty. Strategic Problem Solver, Rashid Brown promotes a mobile work life. Plus these stories: South Korea Fights age discrimination. The first state to go gender neutral on driver licenses. Uber driver should lose his license. Judge sentences 71-year old man who robbed a bank just to get caught and thrown in jail so he can get away from his wife. United Airlines might soon be named after a guy who was attacked by airline employees. Mayweather vs McGregor. Microsoft makes huge, humanitarian, earth-shaking strides with artificial intelligence. Another lady who didn't know she was pregnant. Bat signals for Adam West. In China the means of production (and it's competition) is under control as the country's richest men disappear. And finally, the best possible excuse for getting pulled over while your pants are around your ankles.
Not necessarily in that order! But let's start that way. Author and radio host, Paul Louden talks about how fidget spinners can help with autism. Manny the Movie Guy reviews Cars 3, All Eyez on Me, and a raunchy comedy featuring Scarlett Johansson. Plus, Phil saves Manny's bacon rap (sic)! Brooke Peterson joins Phil in the studio and they offer these stories: Cosby may get off again (legally, this time). YouTube sensation, Austin Jones may show up on Megan's List soon. It's Vegetarian versus Rabid Raccoon! Woman wakes up with a snake in her bed, but this time it's an actual snake! Bonus Frog grows two extra legs thanks to secretive scientist. College Football scholarship for 11 year old phenom. U.S. Open of e Coli. Americans are charitable as heck. Breakfast cereal-inspired fashion eye-wear. And Phil's epic rant: Who knew the Google Maps Lady could be so helpful?
With the terror attacks on London and Manchester still fresh in your memory, is a trip to Britain a great idea right now? Travel Dude Gary Warner gives his thoughts on how to go, save a ton of money and save some piece of mind. Financial expert Heather Wagenhals talks about leveraging LinkedIn, Password Roulette, and Cracking the Real Estate Code. Plus: Lace shorts for men. Police Dog Failure. Wonder Woman tweets. Texting Insurance Fraud Lady. Woman gives birth to her brother.
The co-founder of Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly, talks about his new book, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future, and after hearing him speak, it's clear...we are pretty much doomed. Manny the Movie Guy makes his weekly visit and answers the question, Is "The Mummy" the beginning of the end for Tom Cruise? Plus, what did Phil Hulett get on his shirt? Chimps go to court to get human-like rights. Lord Buckethead for Parliament! Is there an acronym for News? Man Spreading is back in the news. The expensive Uber ride. Clip-on man buns. Is Toyota making the ugliest cars right now? Mom gives birth to enormous baby.
Co-Hosts: Terri-Rae Elmer and Matt Prichard.
Find out what the best food is to eat just before you ride a roller coaster to ensure festive vomiting. Coaster expert Pete Trabucco joins the friends with the latest theme park technology. Competitive body builder and former bikini model, Jennie Lynn talks healthy body image and gives away free gifts! Plus, your constitutional right to make who and WHATever you like. How 15 minutes of clammy cuddling will improve your sex life. And the cheapest things restaurants over charge you for.
The friends stepped in it this time. Find out how dangerously close to the line they went on topics like: Why Lesbians Exist, White People Free Day, and the ever controversial, Jelly Doughnuts. Special guest, Pittsburgh Penguins Public Address Announcer, Ryan Mill talks Stanley Cup Final (all one of them) and has a great catfish story to tell. Best friend, Manny the Movie Guy reviews Wonder Woman and Captain Underpants. And the best example of "Do as I say, not as I do" we have found to date. Co-hosts: Gonzo Greg Spillane and Brooke Peterson.
Co-hosts Kelly Bennett, Lauren Howard-Hayes and Katie Elsaesser gang up on Phil Hulett for a rousing series of conversations, including one with Manny the Movie Guy. He reviews Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Baywatch. Are either of them worth watching? Listen to find out. Plus Jennifer Emmett from Nat Geo Kids offers up the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2018 as way to keep your child's brain from turning to mush over the summer. And these stories: The return of the Creepy Clown. The student most likely to... Moldy sandwich brings big bucks on eBay. The crib that sounds like a Ford. Beer pipeline! Scrawny kid reels in giant tuna! Goat Yoga. Roller Coast Kidney Stones. Phil's spleen.
Why is the Executive Producer of Nat Geo's 6-part future tech documentary, "Year Million" frightened by the future? Plus, travel dude Gary Warner gives perspective on how we should really celebrate Memorial Day and offers tips on the summer travel season. Phil Hulett and co-hosts Kelly Bennett, Lauren Howard-Hayes and Katie Elsaesser offer these stories: Abdominal cavity hand-warmer. Blood-red beach. Cat Cafe. Rat Cafe. Wendy's Chicken Nugget Boy update. Nuclear Emergency message broadcast during prime time TV. AI Pinterest Lens. Autonomous Driving Fails.