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Desc:Phil uses the voices in his head to mess with callers
Category:Stunts
Tags:Phil Hendrie, transubstantiation
Submitted:Enjoy
Date:05/10/12
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catpenis27
I remember listening to this in the late 90's. Am I the only one that thought it was real while listening to it the first couple times? Phil Hendrie always gets 5 stars. Anyone remember the "Baptize babies in a bag" song?
Enjoy
It took me some time to figure out he was doing the voices.

Syd Midnight
Same here, the fact that he does it live still blows my mind. It's not often that he'd totally lose it like this. His Art Bell impression was without equal.

catpenis27
Phil Hendrie was on local radio, AM640, same station as those shits John and Ken, Rush Limbaugh, Bill Handel, Laura schlessinger. I think I was about 10 or 11 when I started listening to him. My mom would come into my room at night and tell me to "turn off that fucking radio you have school tomorrow". I swear he kept me sane. Art Bell was always a favorite too. People would call in claiming to be time traveling on the internet, and try to predict the future, it almost was like the people that skype or whatever with Gabriel Chana.

Chalkdust
Stars for Phil Hendrie, it took me a while to figure out what was going on with his show as well. Plus, I just found out he voiced the Free Waterfall family of characters on Futurama!
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