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We want to remind everyone that they can join us most weeks here at the Chase Bank Auditorium in downtown Chicago, Ill. For tickets and more information, just mosey on over to or you can find a link at our website, Right now, panel, time for you to answer some questions about this week's news.

Maz, a new study finds simply doing what will help men perform better in bed?

MAZ JOBRANI: Doing what to a man will help him perform better in bed?

SAGAL: Yeah, yes, very simple thing.

JOBRANI: I mean, men really don't need much.


SAGAL: Speak for yourself, Maz.

JOBRANI: No, not to perform well, just to perform.

SAGAL: Well, there's a scale and...

JOBRANI: Oh, so wait a minute, this is going to help men perform...

SAGAL: Makes them more virile. Sort of a...

JOBRANI: More virile?

SAGAL: ...Natural Viagra if you will.

JOBRANI: Oh, natural Viagra. Did - I didn't read this. Give me a hint.

SAGAL: Well, Tom - our friend Tom Bodett is really doing you a favor in his Motel 6 ads.

JOBRANI: Turn the lights off. Leave the lights on.

SAGAL: Leave the lights on. Yes.

JOBRANI: I obviously...


JOBRANI: I'm not...

AMY DICKINSON: That's Maz's fantasy is to turn them off.

MO ROCCA: I hope your wife is not listening.

SAGAL: No, it turns out that bright light boosts testosterone in men and can triple sexual satisfaction. It's an interesting finding in light of early research that shows absolutely no one wants to see you naked.


DICKINSON: Yeah, really.

ROCCA: So wait, the man - a man will perform better if there's a light on him.


ROCCA: So the partner, the woman should just have a flashlight pointed at him.

DICKINSON: Like a spotlight.


ROCCA: Maybe she should just wear a coal miner's helmet.


ROCCA: Amy, what do you think about lighting?

DICKINSON: I don't think about lighting. I - yeah, I don't see this. I don't see it happening.

JOBRANI: You prefer candle light?

DICKINSON: Preferably deep, deep, dark down in a cave.

SAGAL: Yeah.


DICKINSON: Like way down in the cave.

ROCCA: Yeah, black-out curtains.

DICKINSON: Like, you know, where those miners were trapped for 33 days.

ROCCA: The Chilean miners


JOBRANI: You don't want anyone to know that you are having sex.

ROCCA: That's called Chilean style.


DICKINSON: Chilean style.


BOBBY BLUE BLAND: (Singing) I'm beggin' you, baby. Baby, please. I'm beggin' you, baby. Baby, please. Turn on the light, let it shine on me. Turn on your love light, let it shine on me. Let shine, shine, shine. Let it shine.

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