A telephone service between the United Arab Emirates and Israel has begun working as the two countries opened diplomatic ties, part of a deal brokered by the US that required Israel to suspend its contentious plan to annex the West Bank.
UAE foreign minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan called his Israeli counterpart, Gabi Ashkenazi, in what Israel hailed as an important step.
Congratulating the UAE on "Removing the blocks", Israeli communications minister Yoaz Handel issued a statement on Sunday saying: "Many economic opportunities will open now, and these trust-building steps are an important step toward advancing states' interests."
Some in Israel used Palestinian mobile phones with +970 numbers, which those in the UAE could call.
The agreement will make the UAE the third Arab country, after Egypt and Jordan, to have full, active diplomatic ties with Israel.
The UAE and Israel announced it in a joint statement, saying deals between the two countries were expected in the coming weeks in such areas as tourism, direct flights and embassies.
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CHAMBLEE, Ga. - Early voting totals indicated 140,000 people had voted by Saturday in Georgia's special House election, which is considered the most expensive House race in U.S. history.
Of the 140,000 votes, over 114,000 were cast in person and another 25,000 plus by mail, according to CBS affiliate WGCL. There are still over 8,000 outstanding mail-in ballots.
With just three days left until the election, Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel are working around the clock to appeal to voters in the final days.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, a former two-term Georgia governor, took sharp aim at Handel's opponent in Tuesday's congressional runoff election, 30-year-old Ossoff, who has raised more than $23 million from people around the country hoping for a victory that could turn the tide on Trump.
Health Secretary Tom Price, whose resignation to join Trump's Cabinet prompted this special election, urged voters to have a "Crazy turnout" on Handel's behalf.
Ossoff's television ads target swing voters and disaffected Republicans, promising an "Independent voice" and lambasting "Wasteful spending" by "Both parties in Washington." But his day-to-day campaign operation has focused more on the Democrats' main coalition: young voters, nonwhites and women.
Donald Trump has said he doesn't want "a poor person" to hold economic roles in his administration as he used an Iowa rally to defend his decision to appoint the wealthy to his cabinet.
Trump added: "And I love all people, rich or poor, but in those particular positions I just don't want a poor person. Does that make sense?".
Trump touched down Wednesday evening in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and headed to a local community college and then to a campaign rally where he reveled in Karen Handel's victory.
Iowa, with its large share of independent voters, could be a proving ground for whether Trump can count on the support of voters beyond his base.
Self-identified independents in Iowa voted for Trump over Hillary Clinton by a margin of 13 percentage points last year, according to exit polls conducted for the Associated Press and television networks.
Trump held a Des Moines rally in December as part of his transition-era "Thank you" tour of states he had won, but has not been back to Iowa since.
Democrat Jon Ossoff is leading Republican Karen Handel by 1 point in Georgia's House special election, according to a new poll.
Ossoff has lifted Democrats' hopes to pick off a longtime GOP-held seat in the race to replace former Rep. Tom Price, who left to become President Trump's Health and Human Services secretary.
"This race is neck and neck and our campaign is going to continue to work as hard as we ever have to ensure we don't send another career politician to Washington," Ossoff's campaign said in a statement Thursday.
"With the race tied, it's important that every Republican take their duty to get out and vote seriously," Handel's campaign said in a statement Thursday.
Democrats and Republicans have each spent millions on the campaigns, with the race drawing national attention.
The flood of campaign ads and resources in the race's final month has made it the most expensive House race in U.S. history.
|Who was your inspiration for RC? When you did Team America, did they tell you what kind of voice they wanted for I.N.T.E.L.L.I.G.E.N.C.E. or did you just choose the one you thought would be funniest? (You choose correctly). Besides you, who is the greatest radio show host of all time?||That's a really good question. The voice came to me in 1987 actually, as part of a character inspiration I had that had to do with a really young, really dumb, yet really arrogant kid-- the kind of kid that I grew up around. The kind of kid who sounded like they were four years old, but thought they were the shit and had answers for everybody. The first name that RC ever had was "Cleve", and then in Miami years later, I was fooling around with a Rocky the Squirrel voice and I decided to marry the Cleve attitude with the Rocky the Squirrel voice.|
|Hi, Phil. How did you learn to do all those awesome characters and maintain a back-and-forth between the character on the phone and yourself as the host? It's g. d. hilarious.||It's instinctive. It's nothing you can really learn. I listen to people throughout my life and I learn to mimic them, and I've always been fascinated with the ebb and flow of human dialogue. I listen very carefully, and I want to marry the world of real speech with humor. That is to say, make the humor sound as naturally occurring as possible.|
|What ultimately lead to you leaving KFI and concentrating more on TRN? Was it a money choice?||Regarding KFI: My contract was up at ClearChannel, and I had decided to focus on acting at the time. When I listened to what was on the radio over the next year, I realized that there was still a great opportunity on late nights, in my opinion at that time, to exploit a whole new audience in news talk. So I took the opportunity to contact TRN, since my manager was tight with them at the time, and proposed a late night talk show.|
|Several years ago you did a segment called "The Death of Dylan", where Bobbie Dooley basically just mourned the death of her son for an hour. I've always wondered...what was the origin of this segment? Did you know going in that it would remain entirely dramatic? Was it a prank on the audience, who were waiting for the joke to come?||Yes, I knew it would remain dramatic. It was completely out of character for the show, but at that time I think I was looking for something different to do on the radio show. I was trying to shake it out of a doldrums I had felt it had fallen into, and so I took it the only way I could take it, which was dramatic, and that was the result.|
|Hiya Phil. Have you been doing much live work these days — stand ups etc.? If so, how about bringing it down to your desperate fans in South Florida? Please!||Yes, I'd love to bring it to South Florida. I'm scheduled to do my second one-man show in early June in Los Angeles. As that goes, so goes the rest of the country... but Miami is definitely on the schedule.|
|Who is the most annoying actor you've ever worked with? as an actor, where do you get your health insurance from? who is the most beautiful woman you've ever worked with? what's your favorite show on television right now? what's the best movie you've seen lately?||Most annoying actor? I worked with an actor who was the star of the show I was on, and he continually showed up morning after morning without knowing his lines. And this is hearsay, but apparently he mistreated one of the other actors. It was frustrating, because the rest of the cast was very hardworking.|
|I have a couple questions for you. First off, do you have any idea in your head of how RC Collins would be as an adult? I really loved his transformation from goth to military academy student, and I’d really be interested to know how he turns out as a 25-30 year old.||RC would probably be working in his father's business, autocratic, successful.|
|Also, after I heard how people got the hell out of the way when they saw Ted Bell coming (due to his personalized license plate) I got his name on my license plate (please dont sue me). I have had no success. Now, as a woman the only person who may mistake me for Mr. Bell would be Frank Gray. Do you think my lack of success is more due to that or because I just drive a lowly chevy sonic. Would it work better if I drove something European?||I think it's pretty strange that as a woman you got a license plate that says "Ted Bell". I'm still getting over that one.|
|Lastly, what do you order at waffle house?||I've never been to a Waffle House in my life, even when I lived in the South for some six years.|
|Did listener feedback from your BSPs have anything to do with your decision to not bring back Nikki McKee? I thought her presence was a great addition to the show, maybe even just once a week or so, however it seemed like your BSPs didn't feel the same way. Having turned down George Carlin for a guest role in the past, what made you try out Ms. McKee?||Not at all. That was entirely organic to our show, in consult with people who work with me. In fairness to Nikki, I have to say that some pretty big names have from time to time wanted to perform on the show with me; people that I really love and admire. And I've had to say "no" to them too. It appears that this radio show is best done as a solo act all the way.|
|Hi Phil! Been listening to your show on terrestrial for a couple of years and followed you to the podcast. Love the new format. Wanted to know if there are anymore plans for the One Man Show? Maybe for us in here Seattle? Cause we always get ignored. ;)||Yeah, the same answer about this as before. The one-man show is starting up this summer, and Seattle will be on the itinerary. I love Seattle; even though I hate the Seahawks (except for Richard Sherman).|
|Phil, a looong time ago, you had a bit where an old lady was trying to get on the show, and she didn't hang up her phone, and you listened to the whole conversation that was going on in the background. They were watching all these funny shows like Kids Say the Darndest Things and Billy Graham. Was that real??? I always wondered if that caller ever found out she was on your show for a half hour and didn't even realize it?||I think I remember that call, and yes it was very real. It spawned quite a number of bits we did later on, of people not being able to hang up phones. It's very interesting in the time since that bit we have almost completely abandoned the cradle-style phone, that is the phone that's "hard to hang up". A cell phone is not hard to hang up.|
|What is your favorite cartoon? (yours don't count)||Of the old school stuff, Warner Brother's Looney Tunes, by far. Of the new school stuff, probably King of the Hill.|
|Hi Phil, What's your opinion of the radio industry in the US? Do you think it's here to stay for a while? Or do you see a downhill trend? HUGE fan of your show. Used to listen as often as I could back in the days of KFI.||I think radio is going to morph further and further away from the AM/FM delivery platform and trend closer and closer to a web-based delivery, because when you say radio you're simply talking about a delivery system. You're talking about a delivery platform. And I don't know that the delivery platform is as important as the content. As it is right now, radio content is dogshit, and web content is winning. That seems to be where the real creativity is.|
|What is the best advice ever given to you?||The best advice I've ever received was to be authentic. Authentic is a better word than real. So I have to be the authentic Phil Hendrie, just as we all have to be the authentic version of whoever we are.|
|What do you think of Bill Handel?||I think Bill's success is in the rather self-effacing manner that he presents himself. He lets us in on the fact that he really doesn't believe he knows everything, and that some mornings he's just sort of lost. And that's endearing. It's a good success story.|
|Did you ever call into Art Bell or George Noory to prank them? You imitating Art Bell and Ross Mitchel was hilarious.||And no, I don't call to crank anyone's show.|
|Hey Phil, Is Justin Roiland insane and scary as his IMDB photo? And also has it been a ton of fun to work on the show Rick and Morty? Link to ia.media-imdb.com.||No, Justin's a hard-workin son of a bitch. Constantly working, as a matter of fact. A really good professional friend. He's been a great resource for us as we develop our animation idea. You know, Justin's the guy who really got that project moving.|
|Is "radio host Phil Hendrie" another character you do, or is your radio personality a pretty true representation of yourself?||"Radio host Phil Hendrie" is a radio character, and by that I mean, he's real... but he's on the radio. So let's put it this way. The person you present to your grandmother is real, but it's your grandmother's self. And the same can be said in any situation we're in. Hence it is in radio.|
|Hi, Phil. I'm a long time fan who used to listen to you back when you were on WIOD. I really miss those day now because radio sucks down here. I know he was a cranky bastard sometimes but do you have any good memories of Neil Rogers? Any funny off mic moments?||Every memory I have of Neil is a good memory. Listening to him on the radio was never anything other than a lot of fun. He was my mentor, he was a great artist, the radio industry still doesn't understand how brilliant he was, he buried people like Rush Limbaugh in the ratings year after year... Norm Kent said of Neil, "he had an inherent understanding that people are not motivated by a higher calling, but by when the cable guy is gonna show up to fix their fucking TV." That's why Neil was great.|
|Phil, you are a personal hero of mine. Thanks for doing what you do. What do you think it is about people that makes them call in and argue with these ridiculous characters?||Well, when they used to call in and argue, it was because they had very strong feelings about the topic that we were discussing. I think anybody who is motivated emotionally by any particular issue is vulnerable to doing something like that. I think we may forget ourselves sometimes. You know, I listen to my show and I know that it's me doing the voices of these different characters, but as I hear them, they're very real. They are different people. And I'm lost in the theater of it.|
|How did you come to participate on Rick and Morty? Is there anything special on the process of dubbing this series?||I was called by the producers of the show and they wanted me to come in and read for a couple of characters. They were producing the pilot back in the summer of 2011, if I'm not mistaken. And so I was happy to go in and read for them.|
|If you're talking about anything special in voicing characters for this series, then no. Nothing out of the ordinary.|
|Do you ever "miss" your characters when you're not performing?||How can you miss them when they're always with you? One way or another, they haunt me, waking and sleeping.|
|Phil, I have loved your show for years...pure genius. I have also listened to your new podcast shows and was wondering if you are never taking calls from unsuspecting listeners again? Seems impossible with the new format.||It's impossible with any format, because the angst that drove talk radio callers in the past has been re-directed into social media. Facebook, Twitter, et all now provide the outlet for that passion. And you don't have to go through some smart ass talk host to say what you want to say.|
|Pre-9/11, pretty much every hour of the show was character-driven. Afterwards, you started doing an hour or so every show as yourself, talking about current events. How do you feel this changed the course of the show/the makeup of your audience? Were you headed in this direction, anyway?||I think it hurt the show, ultimately, doing serious talk about those events. I think it split the audience down the middle and confused them. We all have opinions about things that happen in the world, and some of those opinions you just keep to yourself or express them to friends and family. When you're a guy that engages in comedic entertainment like me, you don't bring that shit to the show. And I think that really hurt our show... BUT there were far more things that hurt it much worse, and that is the radio industry itself totally unprepared to support a show like mine.|
|Hey Phil, I wanted to thank you for several golden years of my youth spent thinking you were actually arguing with the craziest people. Learning the truth only made it better. I love your work, and you are an inspiration to me. Thank you. I guess if I could ask anything, what is the craziest reaction youve gotten from someone while on the radio?||Probably the Greenskeeper bit from over a decade ago. A man who works at Cheviot Hills golf course, here in the LA area. He almost had a stroke. You can find that clip on the "Best of 2000" CD.|
|Phil. Your pizza hut call as well as the old lady you had pressing #'s (both wrong # calls) were on a level above any other prank phone call recordings I've ever heard. I know that's not part of your show's regular content but have you ever considered doing more stuff with phones as far as placing calls in character? Your calls would be legendary.||In order to do that I have to first get the permission of the person that I'm calling, before I even roll tape. In the state of CA if you do not do that, you are guilty of a felony. So the idea of an unsuspecting caller who's being cranked, that is they're being called instead of calling me, is legally impossible.|
|Hey Phil, always been a big fan. To me the Greenskeeper is radio at its absolute finest. My question is, considering a huge part of your show was to get unsuspecting callers riled up, how important did you feel time slot played into your show? Does it feel like with your show in particular, time slot was more important than other radio shows?||I think our time slot ultimately really hurt our show in commercial radio. I think we should have been in an earlier day slot. But that's not the real point. The real point was that my show is talk show in name only; it doesn't fit on the same radio station with news talk shows like Beck or Hannity or Hartmann. It never has. It is a comedy show, and belongs with lots of other comedy shows, or in a morning drive slot. But I don't think even my show would have worked in morning drive on commercial radio.|
|Phil, has anyone ever sent you recordings of their attempts at doing your show? Are there any promising successors to your throne of character-based radio genius?||I don't know of any. I think anybody that is interested in bringing entertainment back to radio, no matter what the format, they've got my vote. They've got my support. It's not about copying one artist or another; it goes back to that word I used earlier: authentic. If you are a comic artist and you want to use radio as the medium, then you've got my support a million percent. Because radio's in big trouble.|
|Phil, if you could share a jar of Yucca with any three people throughout the history of time (living or dead, obviously), who would you dig up and where would you hold this gathering?||Abraham Lincoln, Leo Tolstoy, and Jack Kerouac. It would be at Bob Hope's old, mountain home above 111 in Palm Springs. And we wouldn't start drinking until 1 AM.|
|My question: how did 9/11 affect your show? It obviously changed radio for a while, but what about your show specifically? Follow up: do you have any topics you won't cover because you don't want to offend anyone?||No topics are off limits.|
|One more question, it seems like sometimes in the past, a character has said something that has genuinely surprised you. I know that the characters are also you and that you have an uncanny ability to create realistic conversations, but sometimes your reactions to the things you say as the characters seems to be genuine. Do you find that in some cases, the characters "become real" in a way, and seem to flow from you without much thought?||Do we surprise ourselves sometimes? The answer is yes. So, it's probably not unusual for me to ad lib or improvise something and have it surprise me a bit. But part of being an actor is creating a reality. And so I feel that, at least in your case, I have created that reality. And I'm proud of that.|
|Hey Phil, care to give any hints about the one man show? Will it feature your cast of characters? Stories from your radio career? Or something completely new?||It's the characters. It's me interacting with the characters, but obviously in a live setting. I want to bring to the stage as much of what I've developed on the radio show as possible, so it's not just me in character, it's me AND other characters.|
|Was the line "All you can eat negro" off the cuff?||It was an off the cuff line that was written on a white board by my engineetech at the time, Mike Crozier.|
|Do you still hate 'Three Dog Night'?||I don't know that I ever really hated them. I just that they were kinda bubble-gummy. Lately though, I've re-listened to songs like "Shambala" and "Family of Man" and like 'em.|
|Phil. I love eating at "Tommy Burger" in California. Do you enjoy eating at Tommy Burger?||Don't eat there. Can't tell you about it.|
|In N Out and Tops Charbroiled are the best burger stands in CA in my opinion.|
|Phil, I started listening to your show on accident in the early 2000's on the Premier Radio network satellite feed when I set my receiver to the wrong channel. So i'm pretty much "Long time listener first time caller" here. I've laughed to the point of tears on several occasions every since. Not that it would make any difference, but I've always wondered--does this guy smoke pot?||Recently I've smoked some medical weed for sleep issues that I have, but I don't use it recreationally.|
|What did you have for lunch today, Phil?||I had six Morning Star Veggie hot dogs (50 cals each for a total of 300 calories).|
|Hi Phil, great show as always. A couple years ago, Howard Stern spoke highly of you and mentioned he even visited once to watch you do the show. I'm a huge Stern fan as well, but have always been bothered by his show ripping off a few of your bits in the mid-2000's. (One I remember specifically: Stern spending close to an hour talking to guy who claims he was digging up his father's yard and found a skull... exactly like you had Lloyd Bonnifide do). Did you ever mention to Stern his writers were ripping you off?||I've never known Howard to rip off any of my bits. You're talking about a guy who has created the modern sensibility in radio, the unrestricted, uncensored sensibility. If anybody's been ripped off over the years, it's Howard.|
|Phil, I absolutely love the show, you keep me in stitches the whole time. When I first started listening (2011) you were on radio and I didn't know the premise of the show. How many complaints do/did you get for your satirical approach? Keep up the great work!||I really at this point can't tell you how many complaints we get from listeners. It's not significant enough to warrant notice. I think most people recognize it for what it is: a satire.|
|Phil! For some reason, I didn't like when the General was added to the panel, but he quickly became one of my favorite characters. I've always wondered, who would be your favorite(s) of your characters?||Well, I have been asked that question before, and I usually answer it the following way because it actually applies: when you ask a parent who their favorite child is, it's an impossible question to answer. They can certainly tell you what they like about each child, or what may irritate them from time to time about each child, but there's no way you can single out any one as your favorite.|
|How brutal was RC Collins or Colleen Kristen Brewster to your voice?||Once you get that voice warmed up you can perform it for a long stretch. The brutality isn't in performing the voice; the brutality is in making sure that those two personalities are distinct enough that it comes out in the voice. It being just an audio medium, and not visual, you rely on your voice for a couple of extra levels of performance. You have to make Colleen Kristen Brewster come alive as not just dumb, but a dumb female. And RC Collins has to maintain his personality as the arrogant, young male. Even though both of those voices are very similar in the timbre and range, they have to be distinct personalities. That's the hard part.|
|Have Americans become too dependent on government?||Not at all. The question is: our society, being a freely interacting society, how can it avoid closer interaction with government? The government is a resource. It belongs to you and I the same way a public library does. Use it. Make it work for you. Don't fear it like it's some evil spirit or boogie man hiding under the bed. It's the most childish thing in the world to see the government as an evil entity out of Game of Thrones.|
|Do you ever get recognized by strangers in public? If so, how do you feel about it? Is it annoying or endearing?||I do. And I'm completely cool with it. People are always really nice. I like it.|
|When you create your characters, do you have a visual idea of what they might look like? or does that happen more organically as they mature?||It happens more as they mature. The attitude is the first thing that comes into relief, if you will. And that begins to fill out the physical look of the person. And then what they do for a living. And then gradually, that person's relationships come into focus. Are they married? Are they single? How many friends? Etc. And then comes where they live. But this is all part of an actor's process. You have to know more about a character than you're going to ever tell the audience.|
|Hey Phil, I really really really really love your show. How do you feel the callers have changed in the 20+ years you've been doing the show?||Callers are far more savvy to what they call "shock jocks"; they're far more aware of the fact that there is a high degree of entertaining going on, and not so much social consciousness and evaluation of issues. So they're a lot more on guard to that reality.|
|Hello... Do you think there is a spiritual side to humans? or is it all behavior?||There is a non-behavorial physical side to humans, and it is instinct and belief. The amount of time and energy you put into instinct and belief can create something perceived as spiritual. What it is, in point of fact, is a reality that we create. For instance, if you believe that something will happen, it will happen, depending upon the energy that you put into your instinct and belief.|
|Hey Phil, first off, you are literally the funniest man in the world. Literally. Personal question: Is there more money in AM radio than podcasts (or vice versa?)||There's far more money in digital these days than there is in radio. And that's why we're doing a digital based show. In fact, there's been far more money in digital in the last seven years than there's been in radio. At least for us.|
|How many of the colorful phrases you use on the show (e.g. "got them by the short and curlies") did you pick up from your time working construction?||There's a number of phrases that I've picked up from construction. I don't know if "short and curlies" is one of them, but... We used to say when I was finishing cement, "you gotta grab that trowel like you're beatin' your meat."|
|Thanks for all the laughs Phil! To this day I still think of some of the calls your characters put in (dating back to the 90's) and they still make me chuckle. How difficult is it not to laugh while performing?||It's not difficult, because you're in character, and while what that character says may be funny to a lot of people, it's not funny to the character himself. He is deadly serious about what he thinks, etc.|
|Is it mainly you who comes up with the characters/bits/storylines/etc? Obviously you do all the voice work and I'm guessing most of it is ad-libbed, but do you work with anyone else to come up with the crazy scenarios your characters are always in day after day?||I used to work with others, but I found that having a writer was a real handicap for me. It could very well be that I'm just a massive control freak, but I don't like to collaborate with people on this show. I tried it and it was always very frustrating for me.|
|Do you have any fond memories of your time in Atlanta other than the flight out?||Haha. I have very many fond memories of my time in Atlanta, and it has to do with the women of that fine city, whose names I will not reveal at this time.|
|Do you/have you ever used sound clips of the characters in order to have vocal overlap? (I think the way you use things like the rustling paper or just having the characters interject very quickly works really well in keeping the illusion going.)||Never. We don't pre-produce anything for our show really, other than basic production elements like sound effects.|
|Hey Phil, thanks for doing another one of these. I was wondering if you were ever tempted to actually feature Walter Bellhaven and provide a voice for him in a bit. If so, how do you imagine he would sound? And I'll hang up and listen, thank you.||Never. Walter's effective as one of those behind-the-scenes characters. He's far more effective that way, I think.|
|I'm not sure of the year ( I think it was around the same time you had the Art Bell skit where General Jameson gets killed trying to enter Area 51), but one Halloween you told the story of Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole. It was a huge departure from the usual tone of your show, as it was very unsettling due to the amount of detail you gave in your telling of the story, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Was there any fallout from that episode other than the usual idiots thinking they were listening to the wrong show?||No. I think people actually enjoyed it... at least, as I remember.|
|Is there a time where you were able to get a caller to completely lose their shit more than usual?||See my other answer somewhere about the poor Greenskeeper.|
|How many times do you sneeze in a week?||No more than three. Depending upon what I eat...|
|Phil, this is sorta show related. You used to do all those Sopranos updates with RC Collins on your show. And they were soo funny by the way. Just wondering what you thought about the Sopranos ending?||I thought it was a great time to end it. I'm very much a fan of ending shows when they should be ended and beginning something new. Sopranos was a transcendent television show. It was phenomenal acting and writing, and something like that has to come to an end at some point.|
|Who are your favorite sporting teams? Football, Basketball, Soccer.||Basketball: The Lakers.|
|Football: 49ers. And that's heresy coming from a longtime Ram fan, but I'm not a St. Louis Ram fan, so whatever.|
|Soccer: Everton from the Premiere league.|
|Hockey: LA Kings.|
|Baseball: The Dodgers.|
|One of the funniest episodes I remember hearing was the remote broadcast from the auto parts store on Fifth and Flower, where you were on the verge of a nervous breakdown due to the owner's insistence on you reading his ad copy a certain way, and we could hear you when you "went to a commercial". I remember it ended with a costumer assaulting you on-air and Dickman standing around not helping. Any plans to do a "remote broadcast" with the new panel of Gen. Shaw, Margaret, Bud, and Robert?||Any "remote broadcasts" nowadays will be a version of my one-man show. That is the next step that I want to take in performing, and that's getting up on the stage in a theatrical setting and performing these characters.|
|Hey Phil, thanks for the time - you've always put out an entertaining show, but is there a particular segment that you're proud of as one that perfectly captured what your show is all about?||I think truly the show that I'm doing now is as close to the perfect Phil Hendrie show as any I've ever done. Narrowing it down to a segment would be difficult, if not impossible.|
|Do you wipe your butt with your left or right hand?||Right-hand. Always right-hand. I think we wipe with the dominant hand. If you're right-handed but you wipe with your left hand, you have some serious fucking issues.|
|Phil, have you ever been asked to do a voice on The Simpsons?||I have never been asked to do a voice on The Simpsons, but I would be proud as punch to be a part of that great show. We'll see what happens over the coming epoch.|
|I remember a bit from a while back where Art Griego was discussing taking accident photos of airplanes. My favorite line was Art saying that Abraham Zapruder was his "patron saint." At the end, Taylor gave you line that was apparently so inappropriate you had to get out of the bit. What was the line?||I don't recall that at all. I don't even know if Taylor was the engineer at the time. Could have been Mark Newman or Mike Crozier.|
|What kind of underwear to you wear, since you brought it up?||Boxers.|
|One more question - do you have a favorite / least favorite character to have on the show?||I don't really have a least favorite.|
|Quick question, what's your favorite James Bond movie?||The Daniel Craig "Casino Royale".|
|I know you had Larry King on once and fooled.||Yeah, I got Larry King pretty good once. I can't think of any others off the top of my head.|
|Hi Phil. First of all, I love your show. Your are so talented. You mentioned Mrs. Olson's on your show. I'd like to visit California and check it out. What is the best thing to get for breakfast||The tri-tip omelet with a side of their potatoes and corn tortillas. And a big glass of OJ.|
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