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Show Details: March 2020
Get quarantined in my state room. I'm your Carni-Bill cruise
Mo Rocca was very Mo Rocca during the second panel round with his story of falling asleep on his grand aunt's bosoms and guess of using Nutella as an alternative to Preparation H.
Peter Sagal accepted Mo Rocca's answer of "steal a car" for the last question in Lightning Fill-in-the-Blank. The correct answer was to let their pre-teen child to drive their car.
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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the show was recorded at the Fox Theatre without an audience; as, the panelists and crew had already traveled to Atlanta.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the show was recorded with Peter Sagal and Bill Kurtis located at WBEZ and the panelists in remote studios. Bill used a different humorous location each time he stated where they were taping the show.
Listeners of Luke Burbank's "Too Beautiful To Live" podcast will know about the sound effect machine that Luke used.
The first panel round consisted of Bill singing a song for 20 or so seconds so that people could wash their hands.
This was the second time that Stephen Colbert was called in to be a backup Not My Job guest. The first time that happened was for the 2017-02-11 show.
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The show was recorded remotely.
A mother and daughter where listener contestants for the Bluff the Listener segment. When it came to choosing which panelist had the correct story, the daughter chose Adam Burke's not-quite-so-kid-friendly story while the mother chose Peter Grosz's story. Peter Sagal decided to award the prize to the daughter for the correct choice while Peter Grosz would get a point. The Chosen Bluff field lists Peter Grosz as he received the point for the segment.
Another instance of all of the correct answers for the Not My Job segment being "A"; but, that was due to all three choices for the third question being correct.
Between the Not My Job and the second panel round segments, Bill Kurtis sung another hand washing song; this time, it was a take on ABBA's "Dancing Queen".