CT: The Swedish Academy has awarded Minnesota's own Bob Dylan with the Nobel Prize for literature, but it's been days and there has been no response, so the big Question is, "What's the Deal with Bob?"


TR(Dylan): You've reached the Dylan residence, I'm not here. And when you cease to exist, then who will you blame. (BEEP)

TR(Swede): (Robert Zimmerman...Nobel Prize... Literature...Call us.) (HANGUP)

CT: Bob's probably worried sick. Think about it, you win a Nobel Peace Prize for Literature and then you have to write a speech!


TR (Dylan): You've reached the Dylan residence, I'm not here. I'm locked in tight, I'm out of range, I used to care but things have changed. (BEEP)

TR(Swede): Yah, Mr. Dylan we have tried to reach you for days but to no avail. We will come to your house. (HANGUP)



(RD- DOORBELL NOTES- Blowing In The Wind)

(SFX: Door Knock, Tapping on window)

TR: Hello? Anyone home? I can't believe I'm knock, knock, knockin on Dylan's door.

TR(Dylan, from behind door): Go away from my window, leave at your own chosen speed... Someone to open each and every door But it ain't me, babe No, no, no, it ain't me babe It ain't me you're lookin' for, babe


CT: Will he ever respond? Tune in for the next exciting episode of "What's the deal with Bob?"