Show Details

2006-08-12

NPR ID: 48
Host
Guest: Luke Burbank
Scorekeeper
Panelists
Guests
Bluff
Chosen: Charlie Pierce
Correct: Sue Ellicott
Description
Who's Carl This Time?, Bluff the Listener about Mel Gibson, Not My Job about M. Night Shamalayan, Listener Limerick Challenge, Panelist Predictions: what changes will Raul Castro make as he takes over for Fidel Castro?
Notes
Tradition of audience chanting "Luuuuuuke" begins, with Aamer explaining that the audience was not boo-ing Luke; Aamer comically crossed the line about large women carrying trays of food when discussing that a study showed that hungry men tended to favor more "curvaceous" women and Sue mentioned that hungry men should go after people carrying trays of food; Carl used the word "fart" in one of the Listener Limericks. One of the panelist questions was about a Chorizo sausage mascot called "El Picante", who was let go after one game to be "re-seasoned" but could be interpreted as it having a "temporary work visa", Charlie jokingly said that it was really fast, but Luke made a slight about it being able to swim; which lead to the audience "boo-ing" Luke, but Luke commenting that all he could hear was "Luke".