Did You Know?
Ron Paul, the first guest, appeared for three segments instead of the usual two; Joe Rogan appeared in the final segment. No time was left for Mario Joyner's scheduled standup comedy performance, even though he had been announced as a guest in the episode's opening credits, and thus Joyner did not actually appear in this episode. See more
References Charlie's Angels
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Written by Eddie Pola
and George Wyle
Performed by Andy Williams See more