Patt Morrison has an "only in L.A." item in her political notes column: city councilman Bernard Parks, the ex-police chief, helped roast Hustler magazine founder Larry Flynt last night at the Friar's Club. It seems that Parks was a hit at last year's roast of Magic Johnson so the old men wanted an encore. Parks' spokesman, his son Bernard Parks Jr. -- a former TV newsman at KCBS here -- says it's a kick because his dad used to park cars for the club, and OK because Flynt does business in L.A. In his Monday notes column, Rick Orlov has some good dirt on labor leader Miguel Contreras storming out of Mayor Hahn's big show last week to unveil the LAX expansion plans. Contreras is on the airport commission but wasn't asked to participate. So much for the two past rivals -- Contreras campaigned for Villaraigosa for mayor -- bonding during last year's fight against Valley secession.
Hahn, by the way, is on tap to talk about the airport plan tonight on KCET's Life and Times.