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Our panelists predict who will be the next person to flee the country.

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Now, panel, who will flee the country next? Bobcat Goldthwait.

BOBCAT GOLDTHWAIT: Oh, I didn't - I wanted - I thought it was who I wanted to leave.

SAGAL: All right. Well...


GOLDTHWAIT: I'd hate to make it personal again, but every time my ego (unintelligible) after I do this show, there's this one person that's really mad that I'm on the show that I always find commenting. And all I can say to this guy is like, hey way to be all inclusive. Can't a guy from "Police Academy" be on WAIT WAIT?


GOLDTHWAIT: He really hurts my feelings.

SAGAL: So that's the guy you want gone?

GOLDTHWAIT: Yeah, because he's always acting like I broke the show. I can't believe...


GOLDTHWAIT: ...Bobcat Goldthwait from "Police Academy" is on WAIT WAIT. (Makes noise)



GOLDTHWAIT: Yeah, he drives me nuts.

SAGAL: Good enough. Faith Salie.

FAITH SALIE: As soon as she can move independently, the baby of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will seek asylum to escape a life of indentured realitude.



SAGAL: And Luke Burbank.

LUKE BURBANK: Well, I was going to say the same person as Bobcat, but I'll come up with another one. Jailed 83-year-old gangster Whitey Bulger, just as soon as someone figures out how to bake a file into a bottle of heart medication.


BILL KURTIS: And if any of that happens, panel, we'll ask you about it on WAIT WAIT...DON'T TELL ME!

SAGAL: Thank you, Bill Kurtis. Thanks also to Bobcat Goldthwait, Luke Burbank, Faith Salie. Thanks to all of you for listening. You're fabulous. I'm Peter Sagal. We'll see you next week.


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