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34:07

The Not-So-Secret Life Of Samantha Bee.

The Daily Show's senior correspondent opens up about her crush on Jesus Christ, her introduction to sex and her ability to coax total strangers into conversation on national TV — all in her new memoir, I Know I Am, But What Are You?

42:47

David Bianculli's Top 10 TV Shows Of 2008

The year in television started with a bust — or to be more precise, a writer's strike — but Fresh Air's TV critic says there were plenty of TiVo-worthy programs in 2008. Prominent among them: AMC's Mad Men.

16:05

Fresh Air Comedy Week: Garry Shandling on His Talk Show Host Alter Ego.

Comedian and actor Garry Shandling. He stars in HBO's parody of talk-shows, "The Larry Sanders Show." It features Shandling as a veteran talk-show host. His guests have included Mimi Rogers and Robin Williams, playing themselves. Shandling also starred in "It's Garry Shandling's Show" a few years back. (REBROADCAST from 12/3/92.)

14:52

Comedian and Actor Garry Shandling.

Comedian and actor Garry Shandling. He stars in HBO's parody of talk-shows, "The Larry Sanders Show." It features Shandling as a veteran talk-show host. His guests have included Robin Williams, Howard Stern, and, actual talk show host, David Letterman playing themselves. Shandling also starred in "It's Garry Shandling's Show" a few years back. Just this week,"The Larry Sanders Show" completed its second season with Larry quitting the show. (Rebroadcast of 12/03/1992)

22:46

Garry Shandling on His Talk Show Host Alter Ego

Comedian and actor Garry Shandling stars in HBO's television parody, "The Larry Sanders Show." It features Shandling as a veteran talk-show host. His guests have included Mimi Rogers and Robin Williams, playing themselves. Starting December 7, "The Larry Sanders Show" will compete with late-night talk-shows by presenting a different episode each night for ten days.

03:06

"Morton & Hayes" is Pure Silliness.

Television critic David Bianculli reviews "Morton and Hayes," a new CBS series about a fictitious comedy team from the 40s. It's the creation of Rob Reiner, who made "When Harry Met Sally," and "This is Spinal Tap."

03:41

Looking back on "Fernwood 2-Night"

Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz tries his hand at television reviewing. He turns to one of his favorite Norman Lear shows from the late 70s, "Fernwood 2-Night," a satirical talk show whose edgy humor still resonates today. It airs nightly on cable TVs Nick-at-Nite.

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