A Prairie Home Companion
A Prairie Home Companion is a recorded live show featuring comedy sketches, music and more from host Garrison Keillor and company.
"It's good to be here in Hollywood, especially if you grew up evangelical, it makes it more meaningful..."
"It was a beautiful, beautiful summer day, one of those perfect summer days that we think are rare, and actually they are not. And, anyway, how many do we deserve, I mean, how many do we expect as our due?" The host delivers his final update from his hometown, describes reading and playing baseball in his younger days, recalls a few of the town's residents who've passed away, ponders his legacy as a writer, and offers a few limericks to live by.
"So, so beautiful, what a beautiful week of summer. This green all around us and this blue sky and these big white puffy clouds, like a picture that you would have made in the 4th grade with your crayons and been so proud of." Pastor Liz takes a group of teenagers on a Boundary Waters canoe trip, leads a "Kumbaya" sing-along, and tells them about her favorite boyfriend.
Duane's mom calls him while he's visiting a cellist at Tanglewood.
A word from Fritz Electronics: The Internet is a part of our lives and we're grateful for it, except sometimes it becomes an enemy...
The Professional Organization of English Majors: we correct because we care.