Susie Selby, owner and operator of Selby Winery of Healdsburg, CA recounts the chaos and heroism during the deadly wildfires that ripped through Napa and Sonoma County wine country. Hear what happened when she decided not to evacuate. She also offers some vintner's wisdom on this unusual vintage of wine. Next up, Manny the Movie Guy reviews 6 movies, including a serious drama he recommends you do not watch, unless you prefer a main character whose name is an obvious reference to sphincter. Skylar Cuarisma and Mike Walters join Phil Hulett as Co-Hosts and these stories are offered up for your consideration: Thong Jeans. Southwest successfully completes un-manned flight. The Top 5 Halloween Costumes will have you scratching your head. Snickers new flavors for every mood. Burger King pranks it's customers. Playboy Magazine's first transgender playmate. It's time to play "Who's Older?" Could Pole Dancing be coming to the Olympics? Man steals $1,2 Million Worth of Fajitas. Plant on Zep reunion. Iron Maiden Beer back story. Biking the Johnny Cash Trail. Finally, Courtney Love warned Hollywood about Harvey Weinstein 12 years ago and was banned for it.
NASA expert and prolific author, Rod Pyle, contrasts NASA and Space X. Why can Space X launch dozens of rockets for what it costs NASA to launch one? Plus, an asteroid almost got us. Sorry Pluto, there's something more interesting orbiting in the wrong direction in your neighborhood. Plus Carlyn Montes De Oca gives cats a little equal time and also give advice to "animal guardians" how to keep their pets alive during wild fire season. And then there were these stories: Tim Hortons Buffalo Sauce Latte. Pumpkin Spice Hazmat. Halloween head lice! Mag Lev French Car. New homework app. Web to trunk Amazon delivery. More ways to be lazy. Mom leaves her 3 year old in a corn maze. Creepy Air BnB owner. Cannibal Couple arrested. Do not try this with a fish! And finally, what's in Phil's pants?
It's Friday the 13th in October! That's spooky, right? We have a little Friday the 13th history including some of the worst things to happen. Why does Taylor Swift love Friday the 13th? Not obvious movies to see on Friday the 13th. Plus other Friday the 13th trivia. Manny the Movie Guy reviews Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, Marshall and comments on the state of the Hollywood "casting couch" in light of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Is everybody doing the same thing? Is Hollywood's power structure about to implode? Kelly Bennett and Kelly J co-host. They add these stories to the discussion: Nose hair extensions! Girls are allowed in the Boy Scouts. How Phil almost died in the Scouts. By the way, what are Webelos, anyway?
Our travel Dude, Gary Warner describes the charm of the South on full display in cities like Louisville, Nashville, and Memphis. He lists what to see and where to eat.
Up next, is sex appeal better than curb appeal? Real Estate expert and author Lisa Smith talks about her book, "Swipe Right Matchmaking 101: Finding the Perfect Mate for Your Home."
Plus Phil Hulett and "Ducks N Pucks" Podcaster, Mike Walters have the following stories: Good and Bad holidays to get married on. The Hot Chocolate Proposal. Move over WiFi here comes LiFi. Could there soon be a no holds barred fight between George Foreman and THIS guy? Former Detroit Red Wings player gets abusive on a plane. Why is Apple considering a delay in shipping the iPhone X? Video game maker holds a farting contest. Phil gives Intern Ricky a lesson about what NOT to post on social media. Marilyn Manson nearly crushed by prop on stage. Hero saves boy from burning car and faces criminal charges because of it. Visit your parents, or else. Finally, the NFL QB whose behavior everyone can agree on.
The 2017-2018 NHL season kicked off this week and you know Phil Hulett is a hockey guy, so hockey must be spoken today. SiriusXM NHL Network Radio guy and host of the Anaheim Ducks post game radio show, "Duck Calls," Josh Brewster checks in to answer a bunch of questions like will the Penguins three-peat? Is this the year of the goal? Will the expansion Vegas Golden Knights cause a ripple in the standings this season? And a whole lot more. Plus, Manny the Movie Guy is doling out the kisses today as he reviews the new Blade Runner Movie, The Mountain Between Us and My Little Pony (2017). By the way, parents, just be aware the theater is going to be packed with Bronies! We have a stack of stories for you, too, including: The new McVegan from McDonald's. I'll take the happy meal with a side of cocaine! There's a Bob's Burgers movie coming. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2018 nominees are in. The FDA hate granola made with love. Marilyn Manson's nightmare. Dog tongue for the record books. And finally, what's the deal with Applebee's?
Are millennials unmotivated slackers glued to their phones, ramen, and hair buns? Dr. Frieda Birnbaum says Millennials actually have things right, and baby boomers should take note and experience life now instead of waiting for retirement. Plus comic strip author and cancer survivor, Tom Batiuk talks about the ten year anniversary of the defining moment in his strip, Funky Winkerbean. And these stories: Eye tattoo goes very wrong. Police shoot actor portraying a robber. Actual robber has epic disguise. Alien Hunter team discover ET Highway across America. How to stop Facebook from listening to you. Woman drivers in Saudi Arabia. Bad drivers in America. And finally, abandoned baby comes with start up cash.
After summoning up the courage to speak publicly and openly for the first time about a strange and misunderstood condition, Phil Hulett goes into detail about the painful reaction he and countless others experience when water touches the skin. The condition is called Aquagenic Pruritus, but for now there is no cure and not a lot of consensus on a lasting treatment. Dr. Gil Yosipovitch, better known as "Dr. Itch" is one of the few doctors in America who is looking into this condition seriously and searching for answers, cures and some kind of hope for Phil and his fellow sufferers. It's a variety talk show, so there are other topics, including: Hugh Hefner's estate and who gets a piece of it. The man who fractured his penis but stayed on "the job" for several hours. Elon Musk's Big Freaking Rocket to Mars and his planned 30 minute flight to anywhere on Earth. FAA bans the flight of drones in 10 specific places. And Manny the Movie Guy reviews "American Made,"Victoria and Abdul," Flatliners 2017," and "Battle of the Sexes."
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.