Episode 3 of Phil Hulett and Friends featured an Oktoberfest conversation with John Holl, author of The American Craft Beer Cook Book. Did Phil invent the beer aspic? Who knew Jennifer had the highest beer IQ in the room? Next, Patrick Scott Patterson talks video game violence and makes a pretty good case against blaming video games like Grand Theft Auto for the acts of real life mayhem, though Jay challenged him along the way. Then Tina and Sabina from TCL Network’s reality TV show “Alaskan Women: Looking for Love” check in, and boy are they a couple of firecrackers. And yes, Jay makes a pass at them, twice. Finally, a fascinating conversation with inventor Aaron Foss. He’s figured out how to block robo calls, streamlined the documentation process for child cancer patients, and revolutionized the buffalo wings dipping process.
In this episode Dr. Deanna Brann tackles passive-aggressive in-laws. Hockey blogger Saucy_C previews the NHL season. A California father describes what happened when he and his 5-year old autistic daughter were asked to leave an establishment. Former Child Star Phil McKeon from the TV Sitcom “Alice” pays a surprise visit. Dr. Michael Kurtz tackles a dangerous strain of bird flu, and recalls how he accidentally appeared in 6 episodes o “1000 Ways to Die.” Phil partakes in some TGI Fridays bashing. Hosts: Phil Hulett, Jennifer Bjorklund, Mike Templeton filling in for Jay Campadonia, and Karlo Sy Su.
In this episode of Phil Hulett and Friends, Jennifer Bjorklund joins the show live from Martha’s Vineyard. Guests on the show include Dream Interpreter Anna-Karin Bjorklund. Listen to Jay Campadonia tell her to her face she’s “Smoking Hot.” Next the discussion turns to compatibility and destiny as the Goddess of Destiny, Lisa Osborn uses science, astrology and the destiny cards to uncover revealing bits of information about Phil, Jennifer, Karlo Sy Su, and Jay, whose nickname will forever be “King.” Next up: Near Death Experiences. Hear who drowned in a pool while Mom slept, who wrapped a car around a pole, and how 2 hosts almost fell out of speeding cars while they were kids. The Sleep Apnea Girl paid a visit with an eye-opening stat about a potentially deadly condition just about everybody has, but hasn’t yet been diagnosed with. Plus the news of the day, and sports – on this day The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched Major League Baseball’s National League West Division, and former Heavy Weight Boxing Champion, Ken Norton died at age 70.
In this episode Phil Hulett, Jennifer Bjorklund and Karlo Sy su (Jay Campadonia was too sick to answer the bell) celebrated the 14th annual Lobster Festival (September 13-15, 2015) in Los Angeles Harbor. The studio in which we record the show is situated right in the middle of the festival grounds in the Ports O’Call in San Pedro, California. We hear from the promoter of the event, Jim Hall. Also, we talked about the various ways to prepare lobster with the Director of Catering from the famous Ports O’Call Restaurant. In an effort to better understand lobsters, we spoke with Professor Win Watson whose been researching lobsters for 15 years at the University of New Hampshire. On other topics we explore Jennifer’s love for cars, and get a surprise phone call from her father-in-law in Minnesota, where the comparisons between Corvettes and European sports ensues. Plus Erica Sandberg, our “Femme Fiscale” reviews the ridiculous things people worry about when it comes to their credit. And finally, fanboy Mike Templeton checks in to review the dust up at DC Comics over Batwoman’s gay marriage storyline.