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25th Sep '16 8:02:15 PM CastingCrowns
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** The "Buster the Wonder Dog" segments were sponsored by a cough medicine for dogs.
25th Sep '16 7:55:12 PM CastingCrowns
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** The fourth of the annual "Farewell Performance of A Prairie Home Companion" shows from before the show came back for good was broadcast from Iowa, leading Garrison to write a song explaining why he chose to broadcast from there called "Why Iowa?" to the tune of the gospel hymn "Love Lifted Me".
25th Aug '16 12:30:42 AM PaulA
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* LongRunner: Celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2014 (but it was off the air from 1987-89). Season 41 will be Garrison Keillor's last, but the show will go on.
5th Jul '16 9:36:57 AM Mdumas43073
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->''"Well, it's been a quiet week in Lake Wobegon, Minnesota, my hometown, out there, on the edge of the prairie."''
-->'''The traditional opener for the "News from Lake Wobegon" segment.'''

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->''"Well, it's been a quiet week in Lake Wobegon, Minnesota, my hometown, out there, there on the edge of the prairie."''
-->'''The -->-- '''The traditional opener for the "News from Lake Wobegon" segment.'''
5th Jul '16 9:35:47 AM Mdumas43073
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In 2015 Garrison Keillor announced he would be retiring, again, during the 2016-2017 season, with "The America the Beautiful Tour" as his GrandFinale. He will be replaced as host by Chris Thile, formerly of Music/NickelCreek and Music/PunchBrothers, but Keillor already retired in the late '80s, then did annual reunion shows often enough that he just decided to [[UnCanceled resume doing the show on a weekly basis]], and announced his retirement again in 2011, saying he would retire "within two years", only to change his mind once more, hence the word 'again' in this paragraph's first sentence. Keillor's final broadcast from ''APHC''[='s=] "home" venue (the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul MN) took place on February 27, 2016, while his ''final'' final show was recorded at the Hollywood Bowl on July 2, 2016.

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In 2015 Garrison Keillor announced he would be retiring, again, during following the 2016-2017 2015-2016 season, with "The America the Beautiful Tour" as his GrandFinale. He will be replaced as host by Chris Thile, formerly of Music/NickelCreek and Music/PunchBrothers, but Keillor Music/PunchBrothers. (Keillor had already retired in the late '80s, then did annual reunion shows often enough that he just decided to [[UnCanceled resume doing the show on a weekly basis]], and announced his retirement again in 2011, saying he would retire "within two years", only to change his mind once more, hence the word 'again' in this paragraph's first sentence. sentence.) Keillor's final broadcast from ''APHC''[='s=] "home" venue (the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul MN) took place on February 27, 2016, while his ''final'' final show was recorded at the Hollywood Bowl on July 2, 2016.
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5th Jul '16 9:32:32 AM Mdumas43073
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In 2015 Garrison Keillor announced he would be retiring, again, during the 2016-2017 season, with "The America the Beautiful Tour" as his GrandFinale. He will be replaced as host by Chris Thile, formerly of Music/NickelCreek and Music/PunchBrothers, but Keillor already retired in the late '80s, then did annual reunion shows often enough that he just decided to [[UnCanceled resume doing the show on a weekly basis]], and announced his retirement again in 2011, saying he would retire "within two years", only to change his mind once more, hence the word 'again' in this paragraph's first sentence. Keillor's final broadcast from the program's "home" venue (the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul MN) took place on February 27, 2016, while his ''final'' final show was recorded at the Hollywood Bowl on July 2, 2016.

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In 2015 Garrison Keillor announced he would be retiring, again, during the 2016-2017 season, with "The America the Beautiful Tour" as his GrandFinale. He will be replaced as host by Chris Thile, formerly of Music/NickelCreek and Music/PunchBrothers, but Keillor already retired in the late '80s, then did annual reunion shows often enough that he just decided to [[UnCanceled resume doing the show on a weekly basis]], and announced his retirement again in 2011, saying he would retire "within two years", only to change his mind once more, hence the word 'again' in this paragraph's first sentence. Keillor's final broadcast from the program's ''APHC''[='s=] "home" venue (the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul MN) took place on February 27, 2016, while his ''final'' final show was recorded at the Hollywood Bowl on July 2, 2016.
5th Jul '16 9:31:12 AM Mdumas43073
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In 2015 Garrison Keillor announced he would be retiring, again, during the 2016-2017 season, with "The America the Beautiful Tour" as his GrandFinale. He will be replaced as host by Chris Thile, formerly of Music/NickelCreek and Music/PunchBrothers, but Keillor already retired in the late '80s, then did annual reunion shows often enough that he just decided to [[UnCanceled resume doing the show on a weekly basis]], and announced his retirement again in 2011, saying he would retire "within two years", only to change his mind once more, hence the word 'again' in this paragraph's first sentence. Keillor's ''latest'' final broadcast (a sentence that is just as odd to read as it was to write) took place on February 27, 2016 (and even that's only his final broadcast from Prairie Home Companion's offical "home" venue, the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul MN, he's currently still hosting the show on his farewell tour).

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In 2015 Garrison Keillor announced he would be retiring, again, during the 2016-2017 season, with "The America the Beautiful Tour" as his GrandFinale. He will be replaced as host by Chris Thile, formerly of Music/NickelCreek and Music/PunchBrothers, but Keillor already retired in the late '80s, then did annual reunion shows often enough that he just decided to [[UnCanceled resume doing the show on a weekly basis]], and announced his retirement again in 2011, saying he would retire "within two years", only to change his mind once more, hence the word 'again' in this paragraph's first sentence. Keillor's ''latest'' final broadcast (a sentence that is just as odd to read as it was to write) took place on February 27, 2016 (and even that's only his final broadcast from Prairie Home Companion's offical the program's "home" venue, the venue (the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul MN, he's currently still hosting the MN) took place on February 27, 2016, while his ''final'' final show was recorded at the Hollywood Bowl on his farewell tour).
July 2, 2016.
27th Apr '16 9:35:24 PM StevieC
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In 2015 Garrison Keillor announced he would be retiring, again, during the 2016-2017 season, with "The America the Beautiful Tour" as his GrandFinale. He will be replaced as host by Chris Thile, formerly of Music/NickelCreek and Music/PunchBrothers, but Keillor already retired in the late '80s, then did annual reunion shows often enough that he just decided to [[UnCanceled resume doing the show on a weekly basis]], and announced his retirement again in 2011, saying he would retire "within two years", only to change his mind once more, hence the word 'again' in this paragraph's first sentence. Keillor's ''latest'' final broadcast (a sentence that is just as odd to read as it was to write) took place on February 27, 2016.

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In 2015 Garrison Keillor announced he would be retiring, again, during the 2016-2017 season, with "The America the Beautiful Tour" as his GrandFinale. He will be replaced as host by Chris Thile, formerly of Music/NickelCreek and Music/PunchBrothers, but Keillor already retired in the late '80s, then did annual reunion shows often enough that he just decided to [[UnCanceled resume doing the show on a weekly basis]], and announced his retirement again in 2011, saying he would retire "within two years", only to change his mind once more, hence the word 'again' in this paragraph's first sentence. Keillor's ''latest'' final broadcast (a sentence that is just as odd to read as it was to write) took place on February 27, 2016.
2016 (and even that's only his final broadcast from Prairie Home Companion's offical "home" venue, the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul MN, he's currently still hosting the show on his farewell tour).
16th Mar '16 4:11:48 AM morenohijazo
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* FrenchCuisineIsHaughty: Café Boeuf



* ForeignerForADay: Lake Wobegon regards itself as part of Minnesota (and the United States) despite not officially being part of the state because of a cartographer's error when Minnesota was officially surveyed.



* ForeignerForADay: Lake Wobegon regards itself as part of Minnesota (and the United States) despite not officially being part of the state because of a cartographer's error when Minnesota was officially surveyed.

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* ForeignerForADay: Lake Wobegon regards itself as part of Minnesota (and the United States) despite not officially being part of the state because of a cartographer's error when Minnesota was officially surveyed.FrenchCuisineIsHaughty: Café Boeuf
1st Mar '16 5:02:21 AM JustKnown
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* '''Sound Effects Man Challenges''': Not a named segment, but Keillor often relates a story requiring the sound-effects man to improvise ever more elaborate {{WackySoundEffect}}s. Sometimes included in one of the parody commercials, usually for Beebop-A-Ree-Bop Rhubarb Pie.

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* '''Sound Effects Man Challenges''': Not a named segment, but Keillor often relates a story requiring the sound-effects man to improvise ever more elaborate {{WackySoundEffect}}s.[[WackySoundEffect wacky sound effects]]. Sometimes included in one of the parody commercials, usually for Beebop-A-Ree-Bop Rhubarb Pie.



* ParodyCommercial: The aforementioned "Powdermilk Biscuits" routine, "Beebop-A-Ree-Bop Rhubarb Pie" ("Sweetening the sour taste of failure throughout the generations") and the "Catsup Advisory Board".

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* ParodyCommercial: The aforementioned "Powdermilk Biscuits" routine, "Beebop-A-Ree-Bop Rhubarb Pie" ("Sweetening the sour taste of failure throughout the generations") and the "Catsup "Catchup Advisory Board". Board".
** In addition to the long runners, other parodies have come and go, like "Cafe Boeuf", "Bertha's Kitty Boutique". the "National Association of Organizations" and most recently, the "Professional Organization of English Majors (POEM)",
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