Air Dates: June 15, 22, 1992
Hugh Moore’s psychiatrist character returns to analyze a woman who wants to (literally) be on TV.
Artists at Chicago’s 57th Street Art Fair tell us about their favorite color.
Finally, on a tip from a viewer, the crew drives out to the suburbs to find the Most Interesting Man in the World.
They find a jittery but proud home-owner, who shows off his rehab work and his nebulous war for autonomy from the village of Hoffman Estates.
A weak episode, produced without contributions from Paul Pomerleau or Mark Audrain. Neither of them would work on any future episodes, although Paul would occasionally consult and write songs.