PETER SAGAL, HOST:
Panel, it is time for you now to answer some questions about the week's news. Faith, there's an exclusive dog park in Manhattan with a $120 annual membership fee, strict rules banning non-member dogs. But there's a problem. It turns out this private park is actually what?
FAITH SALIE: It's actually - it's not owned by cats.
SALIE: Can you give me a hint?
SAGAL: Well, it has this in common with, you know, other parks in New York - Central Park, Prospect Park. It's kind of like the P in NPR.
SALIE: Oh, this is a public park.
SAGAL: Yes, this is a public park.
SALIE: Not a private park.
SAGAL: Not a private park. Ten years ago...
SAGAL: ...A group of dog owners down in Tribeca put a lock on the gate of this public park...
SAGAL: ...And they started charging membership fees to their friends...
SAGAL: ...And wouldn't let anybody else in who didn't make the grade. It's - how despicable these days to have a restricted dog park. It's like no black labs - no Jew labs either.
MAZ JOBRANI: How long did this go on before somebody...
SAGAL: A decade before the New York Post sort of have exposed it.
JOBRANI: I wonder if they thought about building a wall and...
JOBRANI: ...Getting the poor dogs to pay for it?
SALIE: And you'd want to make sure you bring your pregnant dogs in there, so they could have anchor babies.
SALIE: Anchor puppies.
JOBRANI: If you had a travel ban, you could ban the pom-Iranians (ph).
(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "WHO LET THE DOGS OUT?")
BAHA MEN: (Singing) Who let the dogs out? Woof, woof, woof, woof. Who let the dogs out? Woof, woof, woof, woof.