Garrison Keillor: The more we learn about Kim Jong Il of North Korea, the more we see the danger of world leaders watching movies. Kim Jong is a big fan of Hollywood and is it any surprise that he went ahead and set off a nuclear bomb?
Tim Russell (CLINT EASTWOOD): Go on, punk. Make my day (BLAM)
GK: No wonder the man is confrontational. He's sitting in his palace watching old westerns (SLOW FOOTSTEPS IN GRAVEL)
TR (WESTERN DRAWL): Draw your gun, Mr. Dillon. I'd say, you don't look so fast as you used to be. Seems to me you might be perspiring a little. Let's see your stuff.
GK: Wouldn't it be better for us all if he were listening to public radio?
Sue Scott (HYPNOTIC NPR LADY): Coming up on the public affairs hour, we'll be discussing climate change and its possible impact on America's output of oats, and we'll be taking listener questions about grain farming -- join us, coming up right after the news.
TR (NEWSCASTER): This is Karl Kassull with the news. The American Library Association held a news conference in Washington today, calling the recent epidemic of overdue books a national disgrace and calling on Americans to search their bookshelves for borrowed books.
SS: A recent study by the National Institute of Health shows that the viewing of movies may lead to odd patterns of hair growth and abdominal weight gain. For more, here is NPR's Sharon Munsinger...
SS: This is Sharon Munsinger. A recent study by the National Institute of Health shows that the viewing of movies may lead to odd patterns of hair growth...(FADING)
GK: And that's why we're coming to you to ask your support for WPR. World Public Radio. We need to raise three million dollars in the next ten minutes to aim our programming toward North Korea, Iran, Peru, Washington D.C., and other trouble spots. (TELEPHONES, CACOPHONY OF VOICES: We need you to call now.....we can't do it without your help...If you care about world peace, call now...We know you're out there. Please call....World leaders need to hear public radio...Together we can do this....It only costs you ten cents a day, less than the cost of a cup of coffee...There's a call now. Add your voice to that of others...Help us out. We need YOU.)