GK: ... June is National Celebrity Month when we honor our famous and here is former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
TR (ARNOLD): So------ California has a budget surplus now thanks to little governor man Jerry Brown who raised taxes. Well guess what? I am still the No. 1 manly guy. Who does impressions of Jerry Brown? Nobody. All the kids on the playground, they are still doing me, Arnold. Jerry Brown sounds like somebody's chiropractor.
TR (OBAMA): Thank you, Governor. You make a good point. I've got all these Republicans yammering at me non-stop but I ask you---- who is out there doing a Mitch McConnell impression? Right. Nobody. Mitch McConnell sounds like your brother-in-law, the one who sells insurance. It takes style to be a leader. Right, Mr. President?
TR (BUSH): Heh heh heh heh heh. You got that right, 44. I don't mind being the butt of jokes. That's one of the roles of a President. And that's why they elected me instead of that stuffed owl Al Gore. They thought I'd be more entertaining. And I was. Heh heh heh heh heh. And I still am.
TR (GORE): That is so unfair and it wasn't the voters who elected you, it was the Supreme Court, if you recall.
TR (BUSH): You're just a sore loser. Oughta change your name to Al Jazeera.
TR (BROKAW): This is Tom Brokaw. At a time when famous people are trying so hard to look and sound like everyone else, let's honor those who stand out. Brian Williams is a nice guy but he sounds like every Brian you ever heard. Isn't that right?
TR (KISSINGER): That is exactly right. And so does John Kerry. He has a beautiful head of hair but he does not sound like a Secretary of State. I do. This is gravitas. This is what gravitas sounds like.
TR (CLINTON): Famous people fulfill an important role in our country. They give us a focal point, a sense of identity. You walk down the street and you see Hillary or Prince or Cher and the world becomes a little smaller and less anonymous.
TR (NOBODY): So if you see a Famous Celebrity on the street in the month of June, walk up and say, Thank you for being who you are.
GK: Who are you?
TR (NOBODY): I'm Ryan Grosbard. I'm in the TV series, THE REAL DEAL WITH RYAN GROSBARD.
GK: Never heard of it.
TR (NOBODY): It's on Monday nights on the CPT network.
GK: What network is that?
GK: Oh. What does that stand for?
TR (NOBODY): No idea.
GK: Okay. June, National Celebrity Month. If you see a famous person, go over and say, Hi, and thank you for being who you are.
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).