PETER SAGAL, HOST:
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HELEN HONG: Tread lightly.
ADAM FELBER: I'm going to go with the wrists.
PETER GROSZ: Is it...
HONG: This is the most diplomatic I have ever seen Adam.
FELBER: Internal organs.
SAGAL: Internal organs. No, not your internal organs.
FELBER: This is skin care. Give me a hint because I can think my way around an entire woman here, but....
SAGAL: It's like...
SAGAL: You don't need an SPF skin toner because it's going where the sun doesn't shine.
FELBER: For your bottom.
SAGAL: Yes, for your butt.
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SAGAL: As The Times put it, the newspaper...
FELBER: Well, what gentlemen would've answered that at first blush?
SAGAL: So, apparently, the beauty companies have exhausted all the ways to convince people to waste money on their faces. So now they're acting like a handsy date and grabbing for your butt. New products include something called Tush, which will, quote, "reshape the contours of the buttocks area while restoring firmness, suppleness..."
FELBER: No, it won't.
SAGAL: "...And bounce for a more visually sculpted tush."
GROSZ: This is not exercise. This is cream that you rub on them?
SAGAL: This is cream that you rub on your butt.
GROSZ: Well, the directions do say apply, then run 24 miles.
SAGAL: The Times does quote a woman named Sylwia Wiesenberg - that's Sylwia with a W - who calls herself a, quote, "fairy butt-mother" and sells a...
FELBER: Wow. I rented that - I, II and III.
FELBER: Back in the age of VHS.
FELBER: And, you know, Fairy Butt-Mother IV answered so many unanswered questions in the first three.
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TREY SONGZ: (Singing) Bottoms up, bottoms up. Aye, what's in ya cup? Got a couple bottles, but a couple ain't enough. Bottoms up, bottoms up. Throw ya hands up. Tell security we 'bout to...
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