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Episode 105 : Thomas French

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Episode 105 : Thomas French

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Season 6

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24m

Laura Schlessinger gets in trouble, and Thomas French explains what it takes to build a zoo.


Genres: News, Comedy

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Episode 2 : Riley Crane
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Episode 3 : Capt. Charles Moore
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Episode 4 : James Fowler
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Episode 5 : Mon, Jan 11, 2010
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Episode 10 : Stephen Bosworth
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Episode 11 : Dick Ebersol
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Episode 12 : John Farmer
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Episode 13 : Kati Marton
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Episode 14 : Mika Brzezinski
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Episode 15 : Arthur Benjamin
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Episode 17 : Nicole Detling Miller, Jessica Smith, Harold Ford Jr.
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Episode 23 : Claire Danes
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Episode 26 : Lindsey Vonn, Bob Costas
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Episode 30 : David Brooks
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Episode 31 : Scheherazade Rehman, Garry Wills
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Episode 32 : Barry Schwartz
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Episode 33 : Tom Hanks
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Episode 34 : Annie Leonard
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Episode 35 : Sean Carroll
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Episode 65 : Gary Johnson
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Episode 77 : Dr. Carl Safina
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Episode 78 : Devo
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Episode 79 : David Mamet
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Episode 80 : Wes Moore
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Episode 81 : Gloria Steinem
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Episode 84 : Michael Hastings, John Waters
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Episode 90 : Steve Carell
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Episode 93 : Thomas S. Blanton, Kevin Kline
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Episode 94 : Elon Musk
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Episode 95 : Andy Cohen
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Episode 96 : Jimmy Cliff
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Episode 97 : Laura Ingraham
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Episode 99 : Savion Glover
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Episode 101 : David Finkel
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Episode 102 : Chuck Close
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Episode 103 : Richard Clarke, John Fetterman
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Episode 104 : Barry Levine
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Episode 106 : Jon Krakauer
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Episode 107 : Leslie Kean
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Episode 108 : Jeffrey Goldberg
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Episode 109 : Andrew Hacker, Heidi Cullen
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Episode 110 : Richard Engel
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Episode 111 : Anthony Romero
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Episode 112 : Vice President Joe Biden, Gen. Raymond Odierno
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Episode 113 : Sen. Jim Webb, Joshua Bleill, Lt. Col. Brent Cummings, John Legend
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Episode 114 : Lisa Birnbach
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Episode 115 : Sean Wilentz
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Episode 116 : Saul Griffith
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Episode 117 : Lawrence O'Donnell
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Episode 118 : Pavement
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Episode 119 : Eric Schmidt
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Episode 120 : Guillermo Del Toro
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Episode 121 : Oscar Goodman
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Episode 122 : Ken Burns
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Episode 123 : Paul Begala, Ross Douthat
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Episode 124 : Steve Rattner
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Episode 125 : Aaron Sorkin
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Episode 126 : Eugene Robinson
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Episode 127 : Leon Botstein
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Episode 128 : Mavis Staples and Jeff Tweedy
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Episode 129 : Davis Guggenheim
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Episode 130 : Robert Reich
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Episode 131 : Brendan Steinhauser
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Episode 132 : Austan Goolsbee
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Episode 133 : Bill Bryson
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Episode 134 : Nicholas Negroponte
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Episode 135 : Garry Wills
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Episode 136 : Rep. Tom Perriello, Apolo Anton Ohno
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Episode 138 : Jonathan Alter
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Episode 143 : Cee-Lo Green
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Episode 149 : Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta
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