Panel Round One

Mar 21, 2014
Originally published on March 22, 2014 12:03 pm
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Brian, Republicans have had a hard time courting younger voters. So they're turning to a new spokesman, a gentleman named Scott Greenberg. He is the first known Republican what?


BRIAN BABYLON: Give me a hint.

SAGAL: Well with him, the party platform is skinny jeans but a big tent.

BABYLON: Oh these are - a Republican hipster?

SAGAL: A Republican hipster, the first one found.



BOBCAT GOLDTHWAIT: I was going to go with Boy Scout.


SAGAL: Scott Greenberg has got the jeans, the horn-rimmed glasses. He's got the three-day growth of beard. He's the kind of guy who would intern on a public radio show if he didn't want to defund public radio.



BABYLON: I don't even want to know what this kid looks like because I know he had - because you know hipsters wear hand-me-up clothes.

SAGAL: What does that mean?

BABYLON: Hand-me-up clothes? Clothes that a little boy hands up to a grown man to put on.


BABYLON: They were those little clothes.


BABYLON: Tight, and they have handlebar moustaches, and I'm scared of those.

SAGAL: So this is what I mean. He's doing a great job advocating Republican policy positions because just after one minute of listening to that guy, 100 percent of Democrats wished they owned a gun.



BABYLON: What is that?


SAGAL: Coming up, our panelists are as mad as hell, and they're not going to take it anymore. It's Bluff the Listener. Call 1-888-WAIT-WAIT to play.

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