Don begins by telling us that yesterday was Phantom’s birthday, unbeknownst to us until after the show, when everybody got the email. Little Joe apparently forgot, and Phantom didn’t tell anyone because he didn’t want the attention. Well, he’s going to be getting plenty of birthday attention tomorrow, as Don is having strippers come into the studio for the birthday boy! We also find out that Slow Joe’s birthday was two weeks ago as well, so he’ll most likely get a little stripper love too. Don then tells us about a Father’s Day contest he wants to have, in which one lucky dad will get to go to the Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Reno! We also hear about a contestant on “America’s Got Talent” who claimed to have got a brain injury while serving in Afghanistan, which gave him a stutter, that only goes away when he sings. It turns out that this guy was making it all up, as not only are there no records of him ever getting injured, he is failing to provide records himself.
After Don reads a few of Steve Bryant’s tweets as he drives across the country, we play a new game invented by Slow Joe called “Tug Of Words,” for about two minutes. We then get a caller for the Father’s Day contest, who claims his dad got him laid when he was 16. Don calls up the dad, who not only confirms the story, but is totally willing to go to Reno! Don declares him the winner, and next week he’ll be in Reno with 15 of the Bunny Ranch’s hottest women! We then hear about a 14 year old from West Virginia who has an extreme right wing podcast that sounds very similar to that of Rush Limbaugh. In the clip Don plays, we hear the young lad’s take on homosexuality.
After another Sweet Brown update, including numerous autotuned versions of her commentary, our good buddy Sean Salisbury stops by. Sean gives us his thoughts on the Oklahoma City/San Antonio series, Boston vs. Miami, John Travolta, and Tiger Woods. Don then reads a list from drinksinternational.com, of the most popular booze in the world. The #1 liquor in the world is a vodka like drink called “Soju,” which is made in South Korea. Don calls up bars in Seoul to talk to Koreans about the drink, before telling us what human flesh tastes like, and then calling a trailer park in Indiana where Erin Moran from “Happy Days” now lives.
It’s then time for the “Phantom News Hour.” Today, Phantom tells us about a church in San Diego that Ron Jeremy will be visiting this weekend, Donald Trump’s ultimatum to Miss Pennsylvania, tonight’s TV reminders, and an Elvis hologram. And of course, Don wraps everything up with a caller 100!