Today is the day, the day Ken Stevens has promised to tell D&M when they will be debuting in Philly. I predict they will not be able to get a straight answer from him...The show opens with an hysterical discussion about "Black Pieter", the Dutch Christmas icon, and the weird traditions associated with BP. The show's Continental flair continues with an article that claims Hilter was gay. Mike thinks there might be some truth in that claim ("Take a look at the hand motions..."). LBJ with a suicidal Regis Philbin, football talk with the prettiest gal in professional sports, Jim Nantz (who is a bit pissy since he was left on hold for 30 minutes), and a review of "Behind Enemy Lines" with Movieman Charlie Stossell and his debate partner, WJFK engineer Wendell Hall. It's almost as good as when they did this bit a couple months before with Mr. 40, who I believe was the best contrarian of the bunch.