Man School 202
In 2006, I received a call from my friend and comedy mentor Patrice O’Neal to team up on a radio show on Sirius XM. My 11 year experience as a male stripper gave me a perspective on male female social dynamics seldom experienced. I cohosted The Black Philip Show. It was a discount urban version of Dr. Phil that touted relationship advice from a masculine perspective. Raw, honest, and pragmatic, the show proved popular but short lived. It ended in 2008. Somehow it managed to pick up a cult following on the internet. In 2011. Upon Patrice’s death and the behest of urging of fans, I brought the show back. This time in podcast form and renamed it “The Beige Philip Show, presents Man School”(“beige” was used as a reference to Dante’s complexion. It advocated credibility empathy and progressive self worth. I then renamed it again in 2017 “Manschool 202” which exemplified an advanced instructional element expanding advice to women as well.
In one year,”Man School 202”was ranked number 15 on iTunes, emerging as a modern day “Dear Abby” with a constant and consistently growing listenership. Email questions flooded which forced Dante to create a phone consultation service. So You have a problem click here and book time with and I will fix you. Or just listen www.Manschool202.com.
Comedian Ryan Long (NBC and the Just for Laughs festival) is here with special guest co-host Wendi Starling as we discuss: what it’s like on a porn set, how women read you, being allowed to be sexy, and women of different cultures.
It’s a two for one on this episode due to technical difficulties. In the first half…from HBO Latino Alex Carabaño and is here as we discuss: If women can teach boys to be men and how we communicate. Then Wendi Starling is here as we talk the theory of time traveling on a date. How to […]
Comedian DC Benny is here as we discuss what it is to know your value, insecurities, dating styles, not letting people waste your time, and not giving a fuck.
Comedians and filmmakers Jeff Cerulli and Matt Ritter are here with their new documentary “Tasteless,” as we discuss: What is really offensive, how to have integrity, transgendered people and why the polish are so stupid.
From “ThisIs50” Comedian and broadcaster Jack Thriller is here as we discuss: why wearing a gun holster is a good idea, how old is the prostitution game, being grateful, controlling the narrative, the Eric Garner story, and racism in America.
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The legend, the Nature Boy, comedian Josh Accardo is here as we discuss: Evolving you character as a human being, how honesty sharpens your truth, and when not punching out people.
Brian Scott McFadden (Letterman, MTV) is here as we discuss: Homophobic jokes in the 90’s, fashion choices, living with someone, getting past your old baggage, and what do you spend money on.
Comedian Matthew Broussard (Comedy Central) is here as we discuss: How being authentic is hard work, how nasty ego can be, the importance of connecting with people, and the rules of threesomes!
Judge Herb Dodell is here with his book From The Trench to the Bench as we discuss: righteousness, abortion laws, dumb judges, having positive energy, and how to navigate the legal system.