Harmonica great John Popper sits in with the band; a grumpy Dabney Coleman promotes this new sitcom, "Drexell's Class"; Paul has the hiccups, so Dave has him drink Drano and gives him shock treatment; Blues Traveler performs "I Have My Moments."
Dave notices that an audience member has her shoes off, so Dave has them sent to be brushed; a few minutes later, they’re returned clean. Later in the show, B.B. King performed "Back in L.A."
During the monologue, a visibly annoyed Dave discusses going to the movies; another futile edition of "How's the Weather?"; Kevin Spacey discusses his recent Tony win for "Lost in Yonkers"; Stevie Wonder performed "Gotta Have You" and "Other People's Throats."
Paul borrows a Jonathan Katz line by relating a dinner story with his parents. He meant to ask, "Would you please pass the salt" but instead blurted out, "You bitch! You ruined my ****ing life!." Later in the show, Dave calls Paul's mom in Thunder Bay to apologize.
Announcer Bill Wendell presents the Top Ten; for tonight's Hal Gurnee's Network Time Killer, a combined anniversary tribute to Fig Newton (their 100th year) and ASPCA (their 125th) in which nine dogs eat nine bowls of Fig Newtons.
While Doors' guitarist Robby Krieger sits in with the band, Paul does his Jim Morrison impression of the Energizer battery commercial; the highway near Danbury, CT is green-screened into the directors' room; Viewer Mail includes a conspiracy involving Caramilk chocolate; George Wendt promotes Guilty By Suspicion; in tonight's remote, Dave introduces Sheila Rogers to the office; Allan Havey does stand-up; Dave meets Msgr. Arthur Tonne, the author of eight volumes of priest jokes.moreless