RUSH: Patty in Memphis, welcome to the EIB Network, great to have you here.
CALLER: Hello, Rush.
CALLER: It is an honor to speak to you.
RUSH: Thank you very much.
CALLER: Congratulations. Congratulations on your wedding. I’m just thrilled to talk to you, and I thought you were the best person to talk to about this subject of our programs Lost and 24.
RUSH: Oh, yeah.
CALLER: I have loved these programs, I have just been part of them, and what are we going to do, Rush? What are we going to do?
RUSH: I know a lot of you are probably laughing at Patty here, but I can relate here. Lost and 24 were appointment television for me. Well, for my DVR. If I couldn’t watch ’em live, I would watch them on the DVR. Everything comes to an end and I don’t know what TV shows are going to replace them. However, I didn’t know that 24 was going to be a big part of my life until I went to Afghanistan and watched the first season on DVD on the airplane over there. Same thing with Lost. It took me awhile to get into that. So there probably be a couple of replacements come along at some point. I have no idea what they’re going to be. But it’s a sad thing that they do end. (interruption) Yeah, the 24 guys… Get this. Get this. I talked to some of the 24 guys. You know, they’re doing a movie. They’re gonna make a 24 movie. But none of the people who worked on the 24 TV show are going to be involved. From what I’ve heard from highest sources, because movie people think TV people don’t know anything about movies. So the movie people don’t want the TV people to have a single thing to say about the 24 big screen movie. Now, that’s where they are right now. I don’t know that that’s going to hold up, but at least that’s the scuttlebutt.