Wonders of 1974: light beer, People magazine, the VCR, and liposuction
Foxy Ladies: Britt Ekland, Bebe Buell, and Angie Dickinson
Macho Men: Eric Clapton, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and Freddie Prinze
Roller Rink Anthem: "The Way We Were" by Barbra Streisand
Lisa Lampanelli: The message of Good Times was clear, it was terrific. It was, "If you keep your nose to the grindstone, work hard, and are God-fearing, honest people, you, too can live in abject poverty for the rest of your life."
Michael Ian Black: Young Frankenstein is the funniest black and white movie ever made, even funnier than Schindler's List.
Michael Ian Black: Foxy Brown is an aptly titled character, because she is both foxy and brown.
Loni Love: (on Foxy Brown) Foxy was just ****ing everybody, (laughs) I mean screwing everybody.
Rich Eisen: Let's Make a Deal just showed you that all you need to do is give people a forum, and they will look like a total jackass, and act like one, just to be on television.
Rob Zombie: (on Elton John) Looking back, why did I think this short, dumpy bald guy with weird clothes was cool?
Mark Hoppus: (on Connect Four) It's the thrill of checkers... vertically.
Mo Rocca: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Holiday movie. Family fun.