The comedy segment is Carnac the Magnificent. Next, Johnny and Ed have a lengthy discussion about whether some sharks do not need to keep moving to live; when previously discussed, Johnny said yes and Ed had thought not, but now Johnny has a letter from oceanographers backing him up. Ed irritates Johnny by saying that he had only argued that some sharks - not all - swim continuously. Albert Brooks talks about the grind of promoting his film "Modern Romance", and then he discusses the film. This leads to a discussion about relationships between men and women, as Johnny asks his opinion on various related issues. Brooks keeps his answers humorous. A clip from the film is shown. Susan Sarandon says she tries to avoid caring about reviews. Johnny turns the topic back to male-female relationships, and she suggests it is good for women to be a mystery to men. She gives a quiz on the topic to Johnny and Albert. Johnny mentions how Sarandon won the Canadian equivalent of the Oscar. She then ...
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[looking Tommy over
That's a nice ensemble.
[nodding toward band
Yeah - well, they're a bunch of friends of mine.
References Canada A.M.
Music by Jerry Williams
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