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'''Mary Phillips''' is, in [[1992]], the co-host of the [[I Say/You Say]] program on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]] and the wife of [[Peyton Phillips]], the show's other host. She is voiced by Jackie Hoffman. She is partially based on [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Matalin| Mary Matalin], a conservative campaign specialist for George H.W. Bush, who married her counterpart from the Clinton campaign James Carville.
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'''Mary Phillips''' is, in [[1992]], the co-host of the [[I Say/You Say]] program on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]] and the wife of [[Peyton Phillips]], the show's other host. She is voiced by [[Jackie Hoffman]]. She is partially based on [[:wp:Mary Matalin|Mary Matalin]], a conservative campaign specialist for George H.W. Bush, who married her counterpart from the Clinton campaign James Carville.
  
 
Mary is a staunch Conservative, so Conservative that she occasionally preaches Fascism. She's cheated on her husband with at least one person, the show's producer, whether it be alone with him or in a threesome with her husband. Mary often victimizes and verbally abuses her husband, a staunch Liberal, live on air because of his political views, which almost always differ from hers. At the end of one episode of I Say/You Say, she tells the listeners to support a Totalitarian state, implying that she is, indeed, Fascist.
 
Mary is a staunch Conservative, so Conservative that she occasionally preaches Fascism. She's cheated on her husband with at least one person, the show's producer, whether it be alone with him or in a threesome with her husband. Mary often victimizes and verbally abuses her husband, a staunch Liberal, live on air because of his political views, which almost always differ from hers. At the end of one episode of I Say/You Say, she tells the listeners to support a Totalitarian state, implying that she is, indeed, Fascist.

Revision as of 12:39, 6 September 2012

Mary Phillips is, in 1992, the co-host of the I Say/You Say program on WCTR and the wife of Peyton Phillips, the show's other host. She is voiced by Jackie Hoffman. She is partially based on Mary Matalin, a conservative campaign specialist for George H.W. Bush, who married her counterpart from the Clinton campaign James Carville.

Mary is a staunch Conservative, so Conservative that she occasionally preaches Fascism. She's cheated on her husband with at least one person, the show's producer, whether it be alone with him or in a threesome with her husband. Mary often victimizes and verbally abuses her husband, a staunch Liberal, live on air because of his political views, which almost always differ from hers. At the end of one episode of I Say/You Say, she tells the listeners to support a Totalitarian state, implying that she is, indeed, Fascist.