Meet the the Texas Cheerleader Jennifer Bjorklund doesn’t like. But then again, we’d pay to see a show down!
Why are airlines charging jumbo prices for mini planes? Egg freezing is becoming more popular than ever, consequently, we wonder if it will be as popular as the pill in ten years? Crucifixion is back because of this militant group. A guy with a 63-word name. Try on the “Happiness blanket.” And finally, the Marshmallow patrol in Ocean Beach.
If this episode doesn’t bring bird people out of the woodwork, we don’t know what will. Phil Hulett reveals something very personal about his past. This prompted Jay Campadonia to suggest, maybe Phil should have kept to himself. But then Jay proclaims “That was the best story ever.” Sorry bird lovers.
The Femme Fiscale walks us through what to do with your debit cards now that just about every place on the planet makes your personal data vulnerable to attack. Recreational and Medicinal marijuana is becoming more main stream with states legalizing it’s use, cultivation and sale. But are marijuana-related companies worth investing your hard-earned money into? You’ll hear what a stock expert has to say. Losses for both the Partridge Family and Gilligan’s Island. It’s Chris Martins‘ first full day on the job as sports guy. Chris gets a lesson in Rocky sequels. Jay gives Phil a birthday gift that is “As Seen on TV.” Plus what’s better than a loaded gift card good at Del Taco? Jennifer Bjorklund checks in via Skype while standing on an apple crate and wearing a smelly fire suit.
This week it’s nothing but men in the studio because Jennifer Bjorklund was busy. Her beloved dog, Tommy got out early in the morning and disappeared. As a result, she frantically searched, all the while, staying in touch with the boy back at the studio. Finally, Tommy’s saga comes to an unexpected end near the end of this episode.
Boys Will Play
With the boys left alone to play, Phil Hulett and Jay Campadonia took on the task of speaking about “The Science of Everything” with National Geographic Editor, Bridget English. Interestingly, Bridget knew a little too much about Phil Hulett. A new phrase was coined during this segment: “Gangster Hummingbird.” The Duck Dynasty guy is a hot topic this week, and coupled with a New Mexico Teacher who told a black student to take off a Santa hat because “Santa is White,” race relations was broached with author (Breaking the Line: Victoria’s Beginning) and race relations advocate, A’Mera Frieman. Lastly, the three finalists in the “Who Wants Karlo’s Job” contest showed off their skills, real-time, for Phil and the friends. Download this Episode of Phil Hulett and Friends!
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.