A classic "before" episode as the guys gear up to bowl "The Bowling Ballers", an all-gay bowling team. At stake is a visit to a strip club; if the GutterBalls lose, the whole gang will go a gay strip clup; if their opponents lose, the destination is more traditional "Camelot" (Mayor Marion Barry's favorite strip club). When listeners call in to explain why the gay club is called "Wet", Robb says he'll be dressed as if he is sitting in the front row of a Gallagher show. It's also the day before a new contest "Dog Day Afternoon" where dog owners bring their pooches to compete for the title of the biggest poop. It's also a day to celebrate the glory of the printed word: Charlie Stossel's admirer Chris from Reno has created a special picture book just for D&M Producer Lisa Herndon. Very disturbing. Washington Post radio critic Frank Aherns is moving to a new beat and has a special farewell for Don and Mike in his final radio column. Very heartfelt.