First hour: Jeff Brodrick joins Greg Ehrbar and Ed for a remembrance of actor, comedian, filmmaker and humanitarian Jerry Lewis. An acknowledged authority on Lewis, Jeff has worked as a consultant on a number of projects related to Jerry’s film and TV career, including the website JerryLewisUnauthorized.com. Also in this hour: A return appearance by Steve Kosareff, the writer, producer and director of TV Man: The Search for the Last Independent Dealer, an excellent documentary that explores the era of the locally owned, independent television set dealer—a vital part of the first three decades of TV retailing that has all but disappeared in the era of big box stores. Steve has started a Kickstarter campaign to cover the cost of hiring of a composer to write a new, original score for the film. For more information, go to Kickstarter.com and type in TV Man. The Kickstarter campaign for TV Man: The Search for the Last Independent Dealer will continue through Thursday, Oct. 5. Second hour: Author Wesley Hyatt (The Carol Burnett Show Companion: So Glad We Had This Time) and Chris Korman, son of actor/comedian Harvey Korman, join Ed for the first of two programs celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the premiere of The Carol Burnett Show. Topics include the show’s iconic theme song, the origins of the popular question-and-answer segment, and why The Carol Burnett Show’s place in TV history is often overlooked, despite its many Emmy Awards.