HOST: Peter Sagal
OFFICIAL JUDGE AND SCOREKEEPER: Carl Kasell
NOT MY JOB GUEST: Bob Schieffer, CBS Evening News anchor
This Week's Panelists:
Writer and performer Adam Felber
Kyrie O'Connor, deputy editor of the Houston Chronicle
Host of Bands Reunited on VH1, Ahmer Haleem
Who's Carl This Time?
The new head of the World Bank isn't that popular with parts of the world; Alaska gets more attention than it is used to; and Mark McGwire weathers a storm.
Opening Panel Round
Condi gets a theme song; a new clue to Iran's nuclear
program; and Webster's Dictionary announces a monumental entry.
Listener Limerick Challenge
NASA's go-to guy for filth; the battle in the bedroom; and the albatross around the neck of every rock star.
Not My Job!
CBS news anchor Bob Schieffer, the man who just took the place of Dan Rather, plays our game called "Whatever the Season, You'll Always Be Getting Dressed in the Dark" -- three multiple-choice questions about Daylight Saving Time, culled from the book Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time.
Panel Round II (Listen)
The Vatican arms itself against a bestseller; New Jersey
takes unlikely precautions against terrorism; and a convenience store employee
gets fired for, what seems to us, a new offense.
Bluff the Listener (Listen)
That oughta keep the little twerps quiet for a while: Three stories of new means to regain control over kids.
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.
What will the House of Representatives, fresh from its triumph over steroids, tackle next?
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