Sep. 10, 2005

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HOST: Peter Sagal
NOT MY JOB GUEST: Jonathan Katz

This Week's Panelists:
• 'Ask Amy' advice columnist Amy Dickinson
• Writer and performer Adam Felber
• Commentator and author of the novel, Norman Tuttle on the Last Frontier, Tom Bodett

Round 1

Who's Carl This Time? (Listen)
Have no fear, Oprah's here!; Brownie earns some premature praise; A Fox News reporter who is one part newsman, one part hero and complete donkey.

» Music Cue: "Rescue Me"
Artist: Fontella Bass
Composer: Smith/Miner
CD Title: Soul Spectacular
Label: Rhino Music Entertainment

Opening Panel Round (Listen)
A fair warning for people considering seeing a psychologist.

» Music Cue: Unknown
Artist: The Meters
Composer: The Meters
CD Title: Meters Anthology
Label: Rhino Music Entertainment

Round 2

Listener Limerick Challenge (Listen)
Why Saturn is cuddly; British metermaids go high tech; A surge in toupees at Chinese taxi stands.

Not My Job (Listen)
Comedian and star of the animated series Hopeless Pictures, Jonathan Katz, plays our game called, "You've done it again, little buddy." Three questions in tribute to Gilligan's Island star Bob Denver.

» Music Cue: "Gilligan's Island"
Composer: Schwartz/Wyle
CD Title: Television's Greatest Hits
Label: TVT Records

Round 3

Who's Carl This Time? (Listen)
The chief whom Nixon dubbed a clown; The Boy Wonder of lawyers; An unconventional definition of gay marriage.

» Music Cue: "Rescue Me"
Artist: Dan Hicks and Hot Licks
Composer: Dan Hicks
CD Title: Last Train To Hicksville
Label: MCA Records

Panel, Round Two (Listen)
One thing not to throw in the back of your F-150; Controversy in The Price is Right Showcase Showdown.

Lightning Fill-in-the-Blank(Listen)
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.

Prediction (Listen)
What will FEMA Director Mike Brown do for his next job?

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