The mysterious Carl appears in studio for the first time. Maybe not appears, since he’s maintaining his mystique by remaining off camera, but we saw him. He’s like a flower that only blooms once every hundred years.
As you may have guessed, everyone here still hates Facebook even though most of them are on in constantly. The internet histrionics may never end.
Tiger can’t seem to stop himself from disappointing everyone, though the jury’s still out on whether he drove high on purpose. Tim, however, has no need for drugs when House of Cards is still on TV. Movies, not so much.
Barry Katz didn’t actually kill JFK even though his documentary’s title suggest he does. He does, however, believe he’s finally resolved many of the strange circumstances around JFK’s assassination that have left people theorizing for 54 years.
On this Memorial Day weekend edition of The Best Of we have some very solid tips on happiness and fidget spinners. Plus impressions!
Featuring: Mary Mack, Marina Franklin, Paula Poundstone, and Jeff Richards
Two of the most popular activities out in the sticks are having a thick accent and going to a strip club. Neither are always a good thing, but they certainly do make a lasting impression.
Fidget spinners are the new craze among the young and the young at heart, such as Jay-Bee. The rest of us are too old for such nonsense, but at least we’ve seen one in person now. It’s still no Bottle Breacher, but kids shouldn’t own bottle openers anyway.
When you get right down to it, there’s not much of a difference between a 16 year old girl and a seven foot two basketball player, except for the fact that one writes music and one writes a book (called Coach Wooden and Me). Maybe some other things too.
Paula has been searching for happiness. Milk did not play a part in finding it, so Marilu Henner’s okay. Airports also didn’t play a part.