On this episode of Phil Hulett and Friends the founder of the new religion, Dogtology joins us in studio with he “brother” Teddy the poodle. NASA rolls video and abruptly stops recording when three of these fly into view. Just in time for the 4th of July, our guy at the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council explains why hot dogs are so American. A woman gives birth in the forest, is attacked by wasps then sets the trees on fire. 11% of women name their breasts and 5 other interesting facts about boobs. California leads the way now when it comes to parents vaccinating their kids. Instead of numeric sizes, a woman’s clothing company now uses a unique size chart in order to combat “fat shaming.” Bet you can’t guess which is the most American automobile? You’ll be able to buy an actual jet pack next year…at a price. Was the Star of Bethlehem actually two planets aligning? Judge for yourself…they’ll align again this week. Set your clock forward tonight. What? And science has proven men will do anything a hot woman says.
Don’t worry, we kept our clothes on. In fact most of us keep ours on when we go for a joy ride…but not this couple. You’ll hear about them. Plus, after 44 years doing movie reviews on television, David Sheehan pops in to review movies he thinks are important…and he almost say how much money he’d have to get paid to see Ted 2. A guy who played all 100 of the top golf courses in America, a Ghost-Hunter talks about haunted plantations, and tech guy Jeremy Anticouni explains how to unsend a sent email. Today’s friends, Gonzo Greg Spillane and Skylar Cuarisma offer: new dictionary words like “Fo’ Shizzle,” words people say that aren’t really words, like “supposebly,” a want ad for “sex toy testers,” Whole Foods sucks, tongue exercises (to cure snoring), the kinky stuff your mailman is into, and a pregnant woman gives birth on the way to the hospital, but doesn’t realize it, and finally caterpillars that have evolved to look like bird poop.
It’s true! Just ask Disney. They are feeding animal poop to children in Orlando! That is just one of the many stories covered in today’s episode of Phil Hulett and Friends. Brooke Peterson and Chris Martin co-host with Phil today, and they welcome therapist and founder of CATalyst Refuge, Kevin Rose to talk about simple ways to reduce your stress and reclaim your summer. Drummer, lawyer, author, Greg Anton talked about his novel, “Face the Music.” Travel guy Gary Warner lamented the rate at which California’s western forests are dying off, and explains why it’s happening. Facebook can now recognize you in a picture even if you cover your face. We know…creepy! The list of athletes who will appear naked in ESPN’s “Body Issue” is out. We’re pretty sure O.J. is Khloe’s father. What has more calories, a frosted pop-tart or an un-frosted pop-tart? We have yet another reason platypuses should gross you out. It’s getting harder to buy a Confederate Flag. Obese Americans now outnumber Americans who are simply overweight. Would you stay at a refurbished Nazi resort hotel that has been dormant since the end of WWII? R.I.P. Dick van Patton and James Horner. What is a rotunda anyway? And finally, skinny jeans can kill you.
What, you say? In this episode of Phil Hulett and Friends the guy who played Jimmy Olson on Smallville is now a bad ass bounty hunter in space on SyFy. Hear what Aaron Ashmore has to say about uninhibited sex with space vixens! Our Tech Dude issues a warning to the owners of a certain smart phone, and reveals how much trouble one of the biggest Internet providers is in for throttling your data speeds down. June 21 is World Music Day and you hear from a guy who is doing everything he can to keep music alive. Plus Manny the Movie guy reviews Dope and Inside Out. He says one of those two movies is one of the best movies of the year. Gonzo Greg Spillane visits as co-host and contributes mind-control TV, first class NY to LA for $500, Japan’s all red burger, and the Magna Carta for the Internet. Brooke Peterson joins us in the studio and offers: the vote for which woman gets to be on American currency, KFC’s alleged deep-fried rat, the successful no-tipping restaurant, and the vaccine for PTSD. Phil Hulett issued the top 11 Father’s Day gifts ranked by how much dad’s actually want them, the seven animals most likely to kill you this summer, the holiday where you get into a fist fight with whomever you have a beef with, and the second tallest statue in America.