1 hr 17 min

Episode 40 The Los Angeles Breakfast Club: ON THE AIR

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Like Cupid shooting an audio arrow through your ears and straight to your heart, host Phil Leirness offers up a bonus-length love letter to the Los Angeles Breakfast Club and its members on this Valentine's Special!
Good Ham an' Eggers Dorothy Rupert and Charles Coulombe get the ball rolling with a couple of New Year's wishes that Phil neglected to include in our New Year's show.  Then, after an historic clip about plastic surgery (!), and a celebration of member birthdays, Reverend Barbara Adams offers some truly inspiring words and Lily Leirness offers her Presidential Report. 
Phil then conducts heartfelt, insightful and frequently hilarious "check-in" interviews with the Nurse's Table's Betsy Zajko and ("Colonel") Christopher Monger, with the Konrad Monti Smoking Section's Joanna Linkchorst, with the 60's Mafia Table's Oleg Korolov, and with the Rooster's very own Mr. L.A., Tom Sanchez. 
And as if all that weren't enough, Don Snyder performs two romantic songs, announcer Marc Hershon provides a lot of laughs, and Phil pays tribute to longtime Breakfast Clubber (and mother of current club member Paul Currier), Peenie Currier, who died at the age of 97.

Like Cupid shooting an audio arrow through your ears and straight to your heart, host Phil Leirness offers up a bonus-length love letter to the Los Angeles Breakfast Club and its members on this Valentine's Special!
Good Ham an' Eggers Dorothy Rupert and Charles Coulombe get the ball rolling with a couple of New Year's wishes that Phil neglected to include in our New Year's show.  Then, after an historic clip about plastic surgery (!), and a celebration of member birthdays, Reverend Barbara Adams offers some truly inspiring words and Lily Leirness offers her Presidential Report. 
Phil then conducts heartfelt, insightful and frequently hilarious "check-in" interviews with the Nurse's Table's Betsy Zajko and ("Colonel") Christopher Monger, with the Konrad Monti Smoking Section's Joanna Linkchorst, with the 60's Mafia Table's Oleg Korolov, and with the Rooster's very own Mr. L.A., Tom Sanchez. 
And as if all that weren't enough, Don Snyder performs two romantic songs, announcer Marc Hershon provides a lot of laughs, and Phil pays tribute to longtime Breakfast Clubber (and mother of current club member Paul Currier), Peenie Currier, who died at the age of 97.

1 hr 17 min

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