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.
A ballad about falling in love with a New York writer from Garrison and Rich Dworsky
"We had a full moon here on Wednesday, and then Thursday morning there was this beautiful snow, this decorative snow that came down..." Pastor Kohler delivers his final sermon before leaving for South Dakota, the town's old quarterback returns for Thanksgiving, Irene Bunsen has trouble cooking a 36-pound turkey, and Carl Krebsbach Jr. tries to rekindle a romance with Glenda Tollerud.
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"It's been chilly out there this week. It's been in the 30s ever since Wednesday night. Winter came in, it just came right in and the wind came up." Pastor Kohler continues a string of depressing sermons as his time in Lake Wobegon winds down, the town prepares for the upcoming holiday weekend, and Mr. Rosen discovers the meaning of Thanksgiving while deer hunting.