Show Details: July 2001

2001-07-07

Repeat: 2000-05-27 NPR ID: 473
Scorekeeper
Panelists
Guests
Bluff
Chosen: Sue Ellicott
Correct: Adam Felber
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about "The Fools in the Academy Thought You Were Insane...Insane, I Tell You! But You'll Show Them!", Late 20th Century in Review, Who's Carl This Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about bold strides in military strategy, Panelist Predictions: what quotes will be mocked 25 years from now?
Notes
Repeat of 2000-05-27 show.

2001-07-14

NPR ID: 474
Scorekeeper
Panelists
Guests
Bluff
Chosen: Sue Ellicott
Correct: Sue Ellicott
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about Motley Crue, Week in Review, Who's Carl This Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about a tempest in the schools, Panelist Predictions: what will be the next thing we'll learn about early man?

2001-07-21

NPR ID: 475
Scorekeeper
Panelists
Guests
Bluff
Chosen: Roy Blount, Jr.
Correct: Adam Felber
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about psychics, Week in Review, Who's Carl This Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about a new innovation in safety, Panelist Predictions: what will be the next thing touted as a benefit of smoking cigarettes?

2001-07-28

NPR ID: 476
Scorekeeper
Guest: Jean Cochran
Panelists
Guests
Bluff
Chosen: Patt Morrison
Correct: Roxanne Roberts
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Listener Limerick Challenge, Not My Job about surfing, Week in Review, Who's Carl This Time? Round II, Bluff the Listener about strange collectibles, Panelist Predictions: what will Laura Bush do to change her "nice" image?
Notes
After concluding the Bluff the Listener segment on the show that aired 2001-08-04, Peter Sagal stated that listeners had written in about the previous show's Bluff the Listener segment in which the story about people collecting air sickness bags was in fact a real thing that happens. That was the story that the listener contestant chose but it was not deemed the correct story. They are retroactively giving the listener the prize of Carl Kasell's message on their answering machine.