First hour: Singer/actor Don Most (Happy Days, D Most: Mostly Swinging) talks to Ed, Tony and Donna about the origins of Ralph Malph’s signature catchphrase “I still got it” and the recent episode of The Odd Couple that paid tribute to Garry Marshall. Also in this hour: This Week in TV History remembers Grant Tinker, while Greg Ehrbar reviews the recent DVD releases of The Loner and Welcome Back, Kotter. Second hour: Part 2 of our interview with Emmy Award-winning actor, writer and voice artist Dan Castellaneta (The Simpsons). Dan discusses how he captured the sensitivity and vulnerability of Oscar Levant in For Piano and Harpo, now playing at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, CA through Sunday, March 5. Also in this hour: Author Vince Waldron (The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book: The Definitive History of Television’s Most Enduring Comedy) joins Ed, Tony and Donna for some more thoughts on the legacy of Mary Tyler Moore.