GK: And summer time is here. This is, of course, the last show of the season. And it is at this point that we will now formally turn over the time slot to the summer programing department, which have some wonderful summer shows lined up. So here now is the Deputy Director of Summer Programming, Wolf Attador. Welcome, sir.
SS: He's not here.
GK: What do you mean?
SS: He left about 2 days ago.
GK: Ladies and gentlemen, our head writer, Sara Bellum.
SS: Thank you ever so much.
GK: Now, then, why did he leave?
SS: We already turned the time slot over to him.
GK: We did? Where was I?
SS: You were really deep in thought over the ketchup bit, so they just went ahead with the transfer.
GK: Two days ago? But I thought we were supposed to do it today.
SS: Mr. Attador said there was some conflict in his schedule.
GK: That's odd. This was arranged months ago.
SS: He also said he wanted to turn over the time slot before "they" found out.
GK: "They?" What "they?" There's a they?
SS: Apparently. And he wanted to confuse them by transferring the time slot early.
GK: I don't even remember seeing him.
SS: Well, we did the transfer in the cellar, in that back office, in the dark. And then he was gone.
GK: He left behind the summer schedule, didn't he?
SS: Yes, yes he did. As it turns out, it's pretty much the same. Repeats of this show.
GK: And he left.
SS: Yes. Seems "they" were closing in on him.
GK: So, it's really not much of a turnover, is it?
SS: All things considered, no. However there is one thing.
SS: We got custody of Saddam Hussein.
GK: How did that happen?
SS: I'm not really sure, but he said we'd really be helping him out of a jam if we could do it. So now the staff is trying to figure out a schedule of who's-watching-him-when over the summer. We have you down for August 7 through the 14.
GK: What am I supposed to do with Saddam Hussein over the summer?
SS: Just keep him out of trouble until they set his court date.
GK: I don't want him with me.
SS: He'll be no trouble. It's not like he has any WMDs. He's had all his shots and he's lice-free. And he doesn't eat much. You can just stick him in a spider hole with some pretzels. I heard he's fine with that.
GK: It's kind of an inconvenience.
SS: Tell me something I don't know. I got him at the end of the month during my honeymoon. My fiance is livid. But I told him that if we don't do it, the terrorists win.
GK: Okay, fine, fine. Well, ladies and gentlemen, I just you'll be hearing more of the same all summer.