"Dirty Jobs" star Mike Rowe calls in and tells us that not only is he getting sued by a prison inmate named over his name -- he also got boycotted this week! Mike tells us his plan to deal with the funniest lawsuit we've seen in a while.
Plus, Newt Gingrich is catching heat for saying he wants to put underprivileged preteens to work as janitors -- but is he a victim of media spin?
Harv takes a passionate stand ... for the band Heart -- claiming they're one of the greatest groups ever ... until the "Dean of American Rock Music Critics" Robert Christgau gets to him.
(4:25) Gingrich's plan for poor kids to be janitors at schools is totally twisted by the media -- so it's time to set the record straight. (9:30) Harvey and Charles argue about what Newt said. (12:10) Who has better work ethic -- rich or poor people? (16:30) Sweet, sweet radishes. (18:20) "Dirty Jobs" star Mike Rowe is sued by another Mike Rowe -- then sends us the greatest statement ever. (24:45) Jason calls these ridiculous lawsuits an "epidemic" -- from corporations to celebrities. (31:00) Harvey -- an aficionado on the Manson murders -- explains how the killings shut down L.A. (33:01) Mike Rowe is on the phone! He explains how the lawsuit isn't the only bad thing that's happened to him this week. (35:10) Hilarious -- Mike has a plan to keep all the other Mike Rowes from suing him. (43:00) The argument of the day -- Harvey thinks the band Heart is one of the greatest of ALL TIME.