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Pittsburgh, PA (Benedum Center)Peter Sagal "Simply Gorgeous Anchorman" Bill Kurtis 
Roxanne Roberts: 15 (3/6)
Faith Salie: 14 (2/6)
Tom Bodett: 13 (3/5)
Chosen: Tom Bodett
Correct: Tom Bodett
Jeff Goldblum: 2
Who's Bill This Time?, Bluff the Listener about someone going after what they deserve, Not My Job about zippers, Listener Limerick Challenge, Panelist Predictions: what will be the next big controversy at a political debate?
During the second panelist round and after discussing a bit about Larry, Peter called Faith, "Larry," by accident. In the same round, Peter also integrated the Pimsleur Language Learning System name, who is commonly an NPR sponsor, into the explanation of a panelist question.

Right after the listener, who lives in Pittsburgh where the show was being taped, playing the Listener Limerick Challenge was introduced read a limerick that she had written.

When Peter was providing the correct answer and story behind Faith's last question in the Lightning Fill-in-the-Blank round, Peter made a comment about people smelling like old motels, he said, "no offense, Tom." That is in reference to Tom Bodett being the spokesperson for Motel 6.

In the edited version of the show, the gong sound started while Peter was asking Tom the next to the last question, versus the last question, but continued to fade out while asking the last question.