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* HeyItsThatVoice:
** One caller on the ''Dennis [=DelleFave=]'' Christmas show (see below) is a 12-year-old [[http://www.youtube.com/user/OxBigly2010/ OX_Bigly]].
** Phil worked at one time or another on Y-100, WIOD, WNN (aka WSBR), and as a producer at WXEL (he's credited at the end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-M0tgZINsc#t=4m26s this]] documentary about ''Series/DoctorWho''[='s=] history on PBS, although he doesn't actually appear during it [[note]]{fun fact: the guy driving the [=DeLorean=] in Part 1 is Dan Harris, and that's his car}[[/note]]). Currently, he does ''Phil's Notebook'' on [[http://www.youtube.com/user/djphillyb/ his YouTube account.]]
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only a partial recording of the ''Dennis [=DelleFave=]'' Christmas show (see below) seems to be around, although Phil seems to have some audiotapes in his own personal collection.


** Sometime after ''The Phil Benfield Show'' ended, Phil, Mark, Joey did another radio show called ''Conversations'', [[SomethingCompletelyDifferent an FM morning show at night on AM radio]] which ran for two years.

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** Sometime after ''The Phil Benfield Show'' ended, Phil, Mark, and Joey did another radio show called ''Conversations'', [[SomethingCompletelyDifferent an FM morning show at night on AM radio]] which ran for two years.


** Sometime after ''The Phil Benfield Show'' ended, Phil, Mark, Joey did another radio show called ''Conversations'', an FM morning show at night on AM radio which ran for two years.

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** Sometime after ''The Phil Benfield Show'' ended, Phil, Mark, Joey did another radio show called ''Conversations'', [[SomethingCompletelyDifferent an FM morning show at night on AM radio radio]] which ran for two years.


** Phil currently does ''Phil's Notebook'' on [[http://www.youtube.com/user/djphillyb/ his YouTube account.]]
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only a partial recording of the ''Dennis [=DelleFave=]'' Christmas show (see below) seems to be around.

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** Phil currently worked at one time or another on Y-100, WIOD, WNN (aka WSBR), and as a producer at WXEL (he's credited at the end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-M0tgZINsc#t=4m26s this]] documentary about ''Series/DoctorWho''[='s=] history on PBS, although he doesn't actually appear during it [[note]]{fun fact: the guy driving the [=DeLorean=] in Part 1 is Dan Harris, and that's his car}[[/note]]). Currently, he does ''Phil's Notebook'' on [[http://www.youtube.com/user/djphillyb/ his YouTube account.]]
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only a partial recording of the ''Dennis [=DelleFave=]'' Christmas show (see below) seems to be around.around, although Phil seems to have some audiotapes in his own personal collection.



** For a bit of time beforehand, a male individual did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB radio station. At least two of these recordings survive...and strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera.
-->'''Over the beginning of an unknown song:''' Ki-ckin' ass with 50,000 volts of power! From the Keys to the Palm Beaches...ah what the hell, even the Bahamas '''this is WPDB!'''

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** For a bit of time beforehand, a male individual Around the mid-1990s, the then-announcer at WXEL did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB radio station.station at Phil's request. At least two of these recordings survive...and strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera.
-->'''Over the beginning of an unknown song:''' Ki-ckin' ass with 50,000 volts watts of power! From the Keys to the Palm Beaches...ah what the hell, even the Bahamas '''this is WPDB!'''



** Sometime after ''The Phil Benfield Show'' ended, Phil and two of his friends (possibly Mark and Joey) did a far more serious radio show called ''Conversations''...which managed to get canned in less time than its predecessor, probably since it was trying to be an FM morning show at night on AM radio.

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** Sometime after ''The Phil Benfield Show'' ended, Phil and two of his friends (possibly Mark and Joey) Phil, Mark, Joey did a far more serious another radio show called ''Conversations''...which managed to get canned in less time than its predecessor, probably since it was trying to be ''Conversations'', an FM morning show at night on AM radio.radio which ran for two years.


'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, James "Jim" Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; they were teens or young adults with ages ranging from 17-26, and the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.

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'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, James "Jim" Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; they the five were teens or young adults with ages ranging in age from 17-26, and with the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.


'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, Jim Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; they were teens or young adults with ages ranging from 17-26, and the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.

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'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, Jim James "Jim" Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; they were teens or young adults with ages ranging from 17-26, and the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.



* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: Phil and his friends hosted the Christmas 1992 edition of ''The Dennis [=DelleFave=] Show'' on Boca Raton-based 74 WSBR-AM (the sister station of WNN). During it, Chris Gibbs (another friend of Phil's) played a character named Tyrone.

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* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: Phil and his friends hosted the Christmas 1992 edition of ''The Dennis [=DelleFave=] Show'' on Boca Raton-based 74 WSBR-AM (the sister station of WNN). During it, WNN), during which Chris Gibbs (another friend of Phil's) played a character named Tyrone.



** Around the same time, or perhaps a bit before, a male individual did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB radio station. At least two of these recordings survive...and strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera.

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** Around the same time, or perhaps For a bit before, of time beforehand, a male individual did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB radio station. At least two of these recordings survive...and strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera.


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** Connected to the above were audiotapes of Phil and friends goofing off and doing things that would've sent the FCC jumping down their throats had they gone to air. The group wisely curtailed their antics when ''The Phil Benfield Show'' debuted.


'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, Jim Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; they were either teenagers or young adults, with ages ranging from 17-26, and the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.

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'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, Jim Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; they were either teenagers teens or young adults, adults with ages ranging from 17-26, and the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.


'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, Jim Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; all five were either teenagers or young adults, with ages ranging from 17-26, and the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.

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'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, Jim Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; all five they were either teenagers or young adults, with ages ranging from 17-26, and the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.


It is not known how long the series ran.

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It The series was a ShortRunner, but the size of that shortness is not known how long the series ran.known.



** Around the same time, or perhaps a bit before, a fellow did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB station. The recordings survive, strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera...

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** Around the same time, or perhaps a bit before, a fellow male individual did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB radio station. The At least two of these recordings survive, survive...and strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera...opera.



** Phil and two of his friends (possibly Mark and Joey) also did a far more serious radio show called ''Conversations''.

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** Sometime after ''The Phil Benfield Show'' ended, Phil and two of his friends (possibly Mark and Joey) also did a far more serious radio show called ''Conversations''.''Conversations''...which managed to get canned in less time than its predecessor, probably since it was trying to be an FM morning show at night on AM radio.


* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: Phil and his friends hosted the Christmas 1992 edition of ''The Dennis [=DelleFave=] Show'' on Boca Raton-based 74 WSBR-AM (the sister station of WNN).

to:

* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: Phil and his friends hosted the Christmas 1992 edition of ''The Dennis [=DelleFave=] Show'' on Boca Raton-based 74 WSBR-AM (the sister station of WNN). During it, Chris Gibbs (another friend of Phil's) played a character named Tyrone.



** Around the same time, or perhaps a bit before, a fellow named Chris Gibbs [[note]](last name possibly incorrect)[[/note]] did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB station. The recordings survive, strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera...

to:

** Around the same time, or perhaps a bit before, a fellow named Chris Gibbs [[note]](last name possibly incorrect)[[/note]] did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB station. The recordings survive, strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera...



** There was apparently a TV special that aired on PBS affiliate WXEL (where Phil worked for a time), but information on this is largely unknown.

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** There was apparently a TV special that aired on PBS affiliate WXEL (where Phil worked for and two of his friends (possibly Mark and Joey) also did a time), but information on this is largely unknown.far more serious radio show called ''Conversations''.

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'''Very''' obscure series that debuted March 13, 1993 and aired Saturday nights at 11:00 PM on 980 WNN-AM, a station serving the South Florida market. The comedy show starred Phil, Jim Turner, Christopher Keller, Mark Woda, and Joey Reynolds; all five were either teenagers or young adults, with ages ranging from 17-26, and the show was designed to be for and about people in those age groups.

[[http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1290&dat=19930314&id=G1JUAAAAIBAJ&sjid=mo4DAAAAIBAJ&pg=6666,6440246 This print article]] from March 14, 1993 (also the only thing Google turns up in relation to the show) notes that the premiere was "free-form at best, with Benfield giggling uncontrollably at almost anything".

It is not known how long the series ran.
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!!This series provides examples of:
* HeyItsThatVoice:
** One caller on the ''Dennis [=DelleFave=]'' Christmas show (see below) is a 12-year-old [[http://www.youtube.com/user/OxBigly2010/ OX_Bigly]].
** Phil currently does ''Phil's Notebook'' on [[http://www.youtube.com/user/djphillyb/ his YouTube account.]]
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Only a partial recording of the ''Dennis [=DelleFave=]'' Christmas show (see below) seems to be around.
* OnceAnEpisode: "Babe of the Week".
* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: Phil and his friends hosted the Christmas 1992 edition of ''The Dennis [=DelleFave=] Show'' on Boca Raton-based 74 WSBR-AM (the sister station of WNN).
* SpiritualSuccessor: More or less.
** Around the same time, or perhaps a bit before, a fellow named Chris Gibbs [[note]](last name possibly incorrect)[[/note]] did a couple of voiceover recordings for a fictional WPDB station. The recordings survive, strangely, on an audio cassette that had previously held a Spanish soap opera...
-->'''Over the beginning of an unknown song:''' Ki-ckin' ass with 50,000 volts of power! From the Keys to the Palm Beaches...ah what the hell, even the Bahamas '''this is WPDB!'''
-->'''Over the beginning of "Disco Inferno":''' You sleazy assholes, this is WPDB rollin' on the Disney Express! With Chris Gibbs, third-degree drunk James Turner, and Phil Benfield, who would rather be in Ireland than with you assholes!
** There was apparently a TV special that aired on PBS affiliate WXEL (where Phil worked for a time), but information on this is largely unknown.
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