Gibbons And Hill Of ZZ Top Play Not My Job Dusty Hill and Billy Gibbons, two thirds of the blues rock trio ZZ Top, play a quiz about a famous miser, Hetty Green. Known as the "Witch of Wall Street," Green was incredibly wealthy by the time she died in 1916 -- but she was famous for never parting with a nickel if she could help it.
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Dusty Hill (left) and Billy Gibbons performing at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas in November 2009. Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images for NASCAR hide caption

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Dusty Hill and Billy Gibbons, two thirds of the blues rock trio ZZ Top, play a quiz about a famous miser, Hetty Green. Known as the Witch of Wall Street, Green was incredibly wealthy by the time she died in 1916 — but she was famous for never parting with a nickel if she could help it.

This segment was originally broadcast on April 3, 2010.