It’s coming. An El Niño so big, Phil Hulett calls it ultra, mega, uber El Niño, HD. Listen to what one of the world’s foremost experts on El Niño has to say about what we can expect. Plus, author, Cynthia Copeland talks about really important stuff her kids taught her. And Manny the Movie Guy offers his Top 10 Movies of 2105…so far. Ted Prichard joins Phil Hulett in the studio, and topics include: School bureaucrats using district emails to set up Ashley Madison accounts. The “Pelvic Thruster” strikes again. We’re pretty sure there will be a Ronda Rousey vs Floyd Mayweather Jr. fight some day. For now, you’ll have to settle for the MMA-themed porno with a funny Rousey-inspired title. Shaq and Kobe sit down to tell all about their relationship. An NBA star is accused of drugging and raping a woman. The Rattlesnake Selfie. Good news for the “Darth Vader Kid.” The Top 10 dog names. Josh Duggar in rehab. “Butthurt” and “Brainfart” are among the new words in Oxford Dictionaries.
Yup, we learnt a thing or two on today’s episode of Phil Hulett and Friends. Creativity is locked inside us and author, Barnet Bain gives us tips on not only unlocking those juices, but enhancing our intimacy. Apparently it’s OK to let kids play video games, as long as they promise to play a round of Canasta with grandma every now and then. So says Neuro-developmental Occupational Therapist, Letha Marchetti. Learn how the hockey community is banding together to fight cancer with a special charity event. Our travel guy, Gary Warner knows the best spots in American to enjoy the autumn leaves. Today’s friends: Brooke Peterson, Ted Prichard, and Jeff Kowalczyk. Other topics include: Peyton Manning’s fingers are numb. Iron Maiden sings about Robin Williams. Parent sue over “toxic” school Wi-Fi. Lion gets revenge for death of Cecil. Stand-up Comedians revolt against college political correctness. Too much flossing can kill you? The International Space Station gets a liquor delivery. How much did the 1% lose when the stock market corrected? Drone trespassing laws. Ashley Madison offers big money in exchange for the hackers who turned the website’s adulterous world upside down. USC’s coach goes on an apology tour. And finally, the restaurant tip that makes you want to laugh out loud.
Guess who had an account with the cheaters website, AshleyMadison.com? We reveal the names, the stats and the preferences. Plus The Paleo Cardiologist pays a visit to explain why it is so important to eat meat. Did Kirsten Stewart make the moves on Manny the Movie Guy? “Gonzo” Greg Spillane and Ted “Thrasher” Prichard guest co-host with Phil Hulett on this episode. Topics include: 15 Year Old Kid with a unique name soars to the top of the Presidential polls. Uber background checks. Steven Tyler’s country song. The 10 sexiest cities in America. The 10 states that spend the most at Walmart. Bad parents. Update on the couple on the cover of the Woodstock soundtrack 46 years later. Pestilence at Burning Man/ Parrothead potties. Female Viagra has a name now. July was off the charts hot. Would you swim in a clear pool suspended 50 stories between two hi-rise buildings? Please resist mounting the Nicki Minaj wax model! Televangelists. And finally, the Ice Bucket Challenge lives on.
The sun is getting hotter and so is the show. Reference Phil’s and Ted Prichard’s comments about Jessica Alba. But, further to the sun, listen to an expert‘s interesting, scientific take on global warming and the ozone layer. Plus, do you know what the beer equivalent to wine’s sommelier is? We do, because one joined us for this episode to explain craft beer speak. Our travel guy rates Pac-12 cities and colleges. George Zimmerman has a knack for controversy. Which weapon wins in a convenience store fight? A machete or a scimitar? A dad holds the line on life lessons and returns his kid’s “participation” trophy. The Starbucks video peeper. The top 11 things women call their breasts. Lies parents tell their kids so they’ll stop asking for stuff. Female Viagra! Phil’s custom hockey goal calls for charity. And, finish the joke, “an elephant walks into a flea market…”