HOST: Peter Sagal
OFFICIAL JUDGE AND SCOREKEEPER: Carl Kasell
NOT MY JOB GUEST: Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright
This Week's Panelists:
Adam Felber, writer, performer and curator of Felbers.net
Sue Ellicott, journalist and writer
Mo Rocca, correspondent for Comedy Centralís The Daily Show and frequent Today Show contributor
Who's Carl This Time?
Great to be back in... Knowledge City; an unseemly unsealing conversation; reality TV gets a new face with a familiar name.
» Music Cue: "American In Paris"
Artist: George Gershwin
CD Title: Great Performances--Gershwin
Label: CBS Records
Opening Panel Round
Colombian campesinos learn a valuable trade; Congressional milestones in short supply; a bill that calls for bathrooms in abundance.
» Music Cue: "Let's Get it On"
Artist: Marvin Gaye
CD Title: Soul Train 1973
"Bah-Humbug" -- three stories about people who just refused to get with the whole "God Bless Us, Every One" program.
(See the true story.)
» Music Cue: "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch"
Artist: Boris Karloff
CD Title: How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Not My Job!
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright plays a game called "Youíre a Dirty Old Man" -- three questions about Hugh Hefner and Playboy magazine, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
» Music Cue: "A Pretty Girl is Like A Melody"
Artist: David Rose and his Orchestra
CD Title: Take It Off! Striptease Classics
Who's Carl? (Round Two)
It was just fine, but a little dry; a bold plan to save on fur coats; these days most folks just take the chunnel.
Carl Kasell's Countdown
DJ Carl K. spins three platters inspired by stories in the week's news.
» Music Cue: "Love Boat Theme"
Artist: Jack Jones
CD Title: Tube Tunes Volume 2: The '70s & '80s
» Music Cue: "We're Not Gonna Take It"
Artist: The Who
CD Title: Tommy
» Music Cue: "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?"
Artist: Elton John
CD Title: One Night Only
Listener Limerick Challenge
Three limericks about presidential family members who didn't exactly bring honor to the family
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.
Out panelists predict what will be found in Howard Dean's gubernatorial records.
Take the quiz