The Executive Chairman of Google joins us and insists he doesn't already know everything about us. Originally broadcast May 11, 2013.
Soul and gospel legend Mavis Staples plays our game called "Hello, I'm looking for a dozen highlighter pens in a fluorescent green." Originally broadcast Dec. 20, 2008.
The fashion guru plays our game, and makes us feel a little better about our pleated pants. Originally broadcast June 6, 2014.
We talk to the heavy metal superstar about sex, drugs and rock and roll. Or at least rock and roll. Originally broadcast May 18, 2013.
The professional pickpocket and sleight-of-hand artist steals our hearts. Not really, but he very likely steals our valuables. Originally broadcast March 22, 2013.
The singer songwriter tells us stories about her father, who it turns out was also a musician. (This segment originally broadcast on Nov. 23, 2011.)
The filmmaker behind Hairspray and other camp hits plays a quiz about something not campy at all. (This segment originally broadcast on April 22, 2011.)
We talk to the author of the best-selling thriller Gone Girl and other books full of sadists and murderers, and it turns out she's perfectly nice. (This segment originally broadcast on July 12, 2013.)
We interview the brewer behind Sprecher Brewery in Milwaukee, and beg him for free samples. (This segment originally broadcast on Nov. 17, 2012.)
The former Yankees pitcher tells us the secrets of the locker room. (This segment originally broadcast on April 14, 2012.)
Our panelists predict: Now that handshakes have been deemed unsafe, what will be the next common behavior to be declared unhealthy?
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.
Bill reads three news-related limericks: Made With Real Lazy Boys; One Step to Healthy Living; Lust In Space.
More questions for the panel: Captain Outrageous; Sudden Surge in Subscription Sales.
Our panelists tell three stories about a major innovation in baseball, only one of which is true.
Look Hard For The Union Label.