"I would love it if John Boehner would come on our show."
In character as Ira Glass.
Love you forever, NPR.
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An official excuse to stay indoors.
We'd watch that movie. We'd definitely watch that movie.
"Everyone has to leave."
Please be our friend, Maya? Please? (Terry Gross, you are not allowed!)
He'll play the lead character's dad, and the station's manager.
No offense to Terry Gross, but we'd be super-cool with Tina Fey taking her job.
Jack Donaghy's on the radio, y'all!
"If you donate now, Carl Kassell will leave a dirty — and I mean really filthy — message on a loved one's answering machine."
Jules Leotard: a real person.
"Sometimes I'll get 'Tyler Durden, heh heh heh.'"
Warning: It's a tear-jerker.
He doesn't do too well.
Comprehensive, endearing, and ... awkward.
The "This American Life" host does an Elliott Smith cover with Lucy Wainwright Roche.
To help raise money for WNYC, the omnipresent 30 Rock star reminds listeners of their ABCs.
A studio audience laughs warmly as Ice describes his bank-robbing days.
He's guest-hosting "The Leonard Lopate Show" on Monday.
With tracks from Dan Deacon, the Black Keys, and more.
Or just an indie-music purveyor?
Nina Totenberg, Rogert Siegel, and the whole gang left their hearts on the dance floor.
A good choice for V-Day background music.
If you can think of an album from this decade, it's probably on here.