The guys share some of their favorite calls about the world where cars and animals meet. Luckily, it's not dog-eat-dog, but sometimes it's horse-eat-steering-wheel.
Tom and Ray Magliozzi are America's foremost auto mechanics. So usually people phone in to their radio show with questions about cars-buying them, driving them, keeping them running. But every so often, out of the blue, Click and Clack are also called on to be amateur veterinary psychologists. They're asked to figure out why a horse has eaten a steering wheel, or why a 100-pound dog insists on riding on the roof of a pickup truck, or how a white rat the size of a two-liter Coke bottle got into a poor young woman's Chevy. And while they might not know the answer, they always come up with something.
This is a collection of calls about cars, animals, and the mysterious, often hilarious times when they meet. It leads Tom and Ray down a familiar path-of wild speculation, occasional brilliant suggestions, and lots of laughs. This is a must-have for anyone who loves animals, particularly the two that host Car Talk.
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by Ray Magliozzi, Tom Magliozzi
by Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi
""Click and Clack," NPR's jovial advice-to-the-automotively-troubled "Tappet Brothers," are back with an hour of humorous calls dealing with cars and animals. Even when the proceedings aren't as funny as the brothers seem to think, their hilarity is contagious; laughter from the original segments segues into renewed laughter in the framing sequences. Some of the callers' dilemmas are truly wacky, and the whole production is crowned by a reader's letter thanking the brothers for demonstrating that if one person knows nothing, two people know even less. This presentation is just like their show, just more concentrated. For those who wonder how car advice can be so popular, here's the place to find out. W.M. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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