PETER SAGAL, HOST:
Right now, panel, time for you to answer some questions about this week's news. Amy, it's hard being a man these days. But luckily...
AMY DICKINSON: Oh, I...
DICKINSON: I literally bleed for you.
PETER GROSZ: He's going to start the questioning.
SAGAL: I am.
SAGAL: It's hard being a man these days. But luckily, one company is catering to their unique needs by finally making what just for men?
DICKINSON: What do men need more of that they don't already have in abundance?
SAGAL: Well, because it's for men, it's extra crusty.
DICKINSON: Like a pizza?
SAGAL: Although you're in the right general ballpark.
DICKINSON: A type of bread...
SAGAL: Bread, actually - you got it.
DICKINSON: Just for men.
SAGAL: Just for men...
(SOUNDBITE OF BELL)
SAGAL: ...Bread - men's bread.
GROSZ: That sounds like a disease.
SAGAL: Yes. Now we have men's bread just for men.
DICKINSON: Do you...
SAGAL: No longer do men have to put ham and cheese directly on their hairy forearms.
DICKINSON: Do you cover it with man spread?
SAGAL: You do. Of course, Amy.
SAGAL: The product claims to be a, quote, "functional, high-performance bread for men."
SAGAL: It, of course, comes in flavors just for men like multigrain, barbecue and the Oscar for best director.
(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "BABY I'M A WANT YOU")
BREAD: (Singing) Baby, I'm a want you. Baby, I'm a need you.
SAGAL: Coming up, our panelists enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon in our Bluff the Listener game. Call 1-888-WAIT-WAIT to play. We'll be back in a minute with more of WAIT WAIT... DON'T TELL ME from NPR.
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