The days of the eight-hour Jerry Lewis telethon for the Muscular Dystrophy Association are no more. The MDA announced the 85-year-old comedian will retire from his role as host of their charity event. Luke Burbank weighs in on what Jerry brought to the world of TV fundraising. Also, Luke tells the tale of a small town mayor in New Mexico who is hot water for signing city contracts while drunk. And Luke talks about U.K. punks helping to preserve historic buildings in the English country side.
Jerry Lewis raising money:
Johnny Lydon (formerly Johnny Rotten) doing the same thing:
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