Jokes, They're Always New if You Forget.
Coming up this week on A Prairie Home Companion, a mix and match of Joke Shows past with at least one parrot joke, lightbulb jokes, some new man-walks-into a bar jokes, Unitarian jokes, lawyer jokes, shellfish jokes (yes, really!), and the ultra-rare bi-lingual joke. Plus, there will be one joke segment that has never aired before, with all new jokes mined from the murky depths of the Internet. Pat Donohue sings "Ain't No Joke," Andy Stein brings a fresh crop of knock-knock jokes, Guy Noir searches for a punchline, Dusty and Lefty find solace in a joke book out on the godforsaken trail, and a cautionary tale from Lake Wobegon Elementary School about serving greasy sausage pizza for lunch.
- 00:00:00 - Logo
- 00:00:12 - Tishomingo Blues
- 00:00:57 - GK Intro
- 00:03:11 - "Sound of Chickens" GK and Pat Donohue and Tom Keith
- 00:06:50 - Jokes Segment #1 with Roy Blount Jr.
- 00:14:20 - Penguins script
- 00:26:02 - GK Powdermilk Intro
- 00:26:30 - Powdermilk Break
- 00:27:44 - Jokes Segment #2 with Roy Blount
- 00:34:50 - Oldest Living Jokesters w/ Walter Bobbie
- 00:41:42 - Date script
- 00:44:32 - GK Intro Bad Jokes
- 00:44:47 - "Bad Jokes" GK and Shoes
- 00:48:34 - Jokes Segment #3
- 00:51:31 - "Railroad Bill (Jokes Version)" GK and Pat Donohue
- 00:54:02 - The Lives of the Cowboys script with Walter Bobbie
- 01:02:41 - Intermission/"Milenberg Joys" Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
- 01:07:47 - GK Welcome Back
- 01:08:07 - Guy Noir script
- 01:25:47 - "Wizard of Oz" Medley Rachel Sclafer-Parton
- 01:27:56 - SFX Buzz-Off
- 01:38:27 - "Knock, Knock" Andy Stein and Shoes
- 01:42:23 - The News from Lake Wobegon
- 01:52:35 - "No Laughing Matter" Pat Donohue and Gary Raynor
- 01:54:45 - GK Credits
- 01:55:37 - "Ain't No Joke" Pat Donohue and Shoes
- 01:58:35 - GK Recorded Credits
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Lovingly selected from the earliest archives of A Prairie Home Companion, this heirloom collection represents the music from earliest years of the now legendary show: 1974–1976. With songs and tunes from jazz pianist Butch Thompson, mandolin maestro Peter Ostroushko, Dakota Dave Hull and the first house band, The Powdermilk Biscuit Band (Adam Granger, Bob Douglas and Mary DuShane).