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Guests slated to show up in th $20.01 season:
Singer Willie Nelson is in the stealth episode Kentucky Nightmare. SCTV alum Dave Thomas is in the stealth episode Justice Hole.
Musician Björk (Barry Mills has written a script for a Björk interview. It may or may not be the script that gets used.)
The best band in the world, Tenacious D,.
Late night pioneer, Merrill Markoe.
Mountain Dew pitchman, Busta Rhymes.

The following people are known to have taped segments back in the 20th century, no word on if and when they'll appear on air:

Note, on November 2, 1999, sources deep inside of Williams Street informed the DGP that there are "no plans at the moment for [using the interviews with Thom] Yorke, [John] Flansburgh, or [Mike] Nelson." As soon as we hear different, we'll let you know.

Metal-meisters Megadeth.
The ever popular Smashing Pumpkins.
Musician Ben Folds.
Thom Yorke of Radiohead will be in an episode premiering in 1999 at the earliest.
Actress, super model, writer and TV reporter (not necessarily in that order) Veronica Webb.
Actor, writer and director William H. Macy.
Members of the band Yo La Tengo.
America's Funniest Funny Videos host Daisy Fuentes.
Erstwhile zoo keeper Jack Hanna.
Comedian, author, and SNL alum Al Franken.
Comedienne, author, and SNL alum Julia "It's Pat" Sweeney.
BBC dj John Peel was interviewed by editor Tom Roche. A script for said interview may or may not have been written by Mr. the Roche, but the magic eight ball refuses to say if that script will ever be produced.
Tom Servo and Mike Nelson of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Alterna-icon Bob Mould.
John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants taped an interview in early December, 1996. (While this interview was briefly glimpsed in Joshua, it might still show up in a more complete form in some future episode.)

(Warning: Being on the list above is no guarantee that someone will appear on the show. All it means is that they are either scheduled to be interviewed or have been interviewed. Some people may get bumped or bow out before or after the interview is performed.)

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Created June 12, 98