First hour: Phil Gries joins Ed for Part 1 of a multi-week tribute to actor, comedian, and impressionist Will Jordan. Best known for his uncanny impression of Ed Sullivan, Jordan didn’t just master the voices of the people he mimicked, he contorted his face so that he actually looked like them. Also in this hour: Greg Ehrbar with a look at the DVD releases of Bozo: The World’s Most Famous Clown Collection, Vol. 1 and the animated King Kong series produced by Rankin-Bass. Second hour: Part 2 of our conversation with actor, singer, producer and screenwriter Aki Aleong (Babylon 5, V: The Series, Farewell to the King, Missing in Action, Part 3). Aki’s career as an actor dates back to the early days of live television, plus he has extensive experience in the record industry, both as a performer and a producer. Also in this hour: Ed welcomes back sixties film historian Tom Lisanti. Tom’s latest book, Talking Sixties Drive-In Movies, is a collection of profiles, interviews and tributes about actors and films that were particularly popular among drive-in movie goers during the 1960s.