Last week the Wait, Wait style team took on Olympic figure skaters, this week we're looking at Rush Limbaugh's Fifth Avenue penthouse. It's on the market for $13.95 million (which is either outrageously expensive or a steal depending on how you value gold leaf and rooms in which Rush Limbaugh has been naked). First up, the bedroom:
Eva: I always had a feeling Rush Limbaugh was lulled to sleep every night by an army of cherubs.
Mike: Sure, an open ceiling in your bedroom looks beautiful, but who wants to clean up all the bird poop?
Ian: Oh, snap, Mike! Your l'oeils just got tromped!
Now, the guest bedroom...
Ian: Who do you commission to get a painting of a Corona commercial on your wall?
Mike: They actually shot a version of Castaway where Tom Hanks washes up into this room.
Next up, the bathroom...
Eva: Those poor, poor people in the apartment building across the street. The things they've seen.
Doug Berman: That bathtub is full of Percocets.
Ian This is nice because if there are ever two Rush Limbaughs in here, the bathing one can watch the showering one.
Mike: But the mural of the toilet in here has confused many guests, with disastrous results.
Next, the living room...
Mike: Believe it or not, there are no actual windows or fireplaces in this room. It's all murals.
Peter: Like at Hogwarts, this ceiling mimics the sky outside, except here it's always sunny and there's no capital gains tax.
Eva: Does anyone else think it's weird that he has a tiny version of his living room at one end of his living room?
And now the study...
Peter: That, my friends, is one of the world's only complete collection of Reader's Digest Condensed Books first editions.
Ian: When Rush needs the perfect word, he just pulls down his leather-bound copy of Roget's Slursaurus.
Last, we look at the dining room...
Eva: Until I got to this photo, I was worried Winged Victory wouldn't be making an appearance.
Ian: Looks like he finished everything but the salad.
Mike: That painting is actually just a mural of a painting.
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