This week's show was recorded at the Power Center in Ann Arbor, Mich. as part of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival.
HOST: Peter Sagal
OFFICIAL JUDGE AND SCOREKEEPER: Carl Kasell
NOT MY JOB GUEST: Peter Schickele, P.D.Q Bach historian
This Week's Panelists:
Roxanne Roberts, Washington Post Style Section reporter
Adam Felber, writer and performer
Mo Rocca, correspondent for Comedy Central's The Daily Show
and contributor to NBC's Today Show
Who's Carl This Time?
The Supreme Court takes a mess and turns it into a muddle; Then the Supreme Court said it's ok to be fabulous; a day in a very sad life.
The new American man ain't afraid of no emory boards; take one open mic ... add a tardy weatherman... and hilarity ensues.
Bluff the Listener
"Sing It Again Brothers and Sisters!" Three stories about new protest songs and the injustices they're based on.
Not My Job!
P.D.Q. Bach expert, and composer in his own right, Peter Schickele plays a game called "Ah, There's Nothing Like A June Wedding, Particularly One With An Animal Sacrifice." Three
questions about marriage rituals from the book, The Sex Chronicles by Lance Rancier.
Panel Round 2
More fun with stupid criminals.
Panel Round 2
Who's Carl Round 2
Genetically altered foods are mmm mmm good; The return of the only funny guy to come out of the Iraq war; "Your majesty: a wanted terrorist is here to see you..."
Listener Limerick Challenge
Three limericks highlighting some weird facts about the state of Michigan.
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.
Now that Howard Dean has his own ice cream flavor, what flavors will they come up with for the other Democratic presidential nominees.
Take the quiz