About the Show

This week, Tim Meadows, one of the longest-running cast members in Saturday Night Live history goes up against singer/songwriter and Old 97's front man Rhett Miller in our Wits game show, Funnier and Poignanter. Who will win? It's a nail-biter. You'll also be able to hear Rhett's powerful hip-swivel on all the rocky-roll songs he plays, and you'll get a letter from Axl Rose's editor in this week's Pop Song Correspondences.

Episode Rundown

Start Time: 7:38

The Ladies Man Turns Public Radio Host

Start Time: 16:45

Rhett Miller plays ‘Fireflies’


Start Time: 21:22

Wits Game Show: Funnier and Poignanter


Start Time: 28:50

Rhett Miller plays ‘Our Love’


Start Time: 39:47

Pop Song Correspondences: Sweet Child O’ Mine



Start Time: 44:48

Rhett Miller plays ‘Timebomb’


Start Time: 47:36

Lightning Round: Shark Versus Gorilla


Start Time: 49:40

Rhett Miller plays ‘Champaign, Illinois’



The Guests

Tim Meadows


Tim Meadows is one of the longest-running cast members in "Saturday Night Live" history. If you watched SNL at any point in the 90s, you likely saw him playing anyone from Oprah Winfrey to Michael Jackson, but he may be best known for his character Leon Phelps, "The Ladies' Man." Meadows later starred in the movie of the same name and has appeared in multiple movies and TV shows like "Mean Girls," "The Office," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "The Colbert Report" and more.

Rhett Miller


Rhett Miller is the front man and main songwriter for alt-country favorites the Old 97’s, as well as a solo artist critically –acclaimed for his clever word play and pop song-smithing. His music has appeared in movies like “The Break-Up” and TV shows like “Scrubs,” and Rhett himself has appearaed on “30 Rock.” He’s also written for Rolling Stone, McSweeney’s and The Atlantic. His latest solo album is “The Dreamer,” and the latest Old 97's album is “Most Messed Up."