No song captures the mindset of a five-year-old better than this, from the Backyardigans. The concept of being big, powerful; this fades (or shrinks) the closer one gets to actual maximum size. Some are crushed by that, some men over-compensate with Cuban heels and talking louder, but most people like the view from their own face by then. At five, though, when you're the smallest creature in the living room, it fires the imagination and fills the soul to be the biggest creature in the backyard.
Fred Willard, funny.
(Maybe?) Willard's last sketch was for Second City, where he started.
Once upon a time, Americans gathered around the radio and listened to stories and jokes and pretended that was enough. Eventually the radios weighed less than 80 pounds and did not require an extension cord, and more eventually-er we discovered podcasts in the ancient ruins of Jesse Thorn's high school locker.
The Thrilling Adventure Hour specializes in audio drama, light on the drama, heavy on the audio. Beyond Belief is sort of The Thin Man Meets Ghostbusters.
May 20, 1954, "Rock Around the Clock" is released. There will always be some dispute as to which was the first real rock'n'roll record, but at this point the discussion is starting to wrap around the question: Which is the last real rock'n'roll song?