A dog's breakfast of delights on this extended episode! New York Times writer John Leland talks 1980s Monkees as part of our tribute to the late Adam Schlesinger; Keith Allison recalls writing and recording "Auntie's Municipal Court" and explains why he's often uncredited; Leslie Goldberg Zimmer describes the formation of Illinois's Monkees Relived Committee, the Black Panthers of second wave Monkee fandom; a Peter Tork performance of "Lady's Baby" live with full band from 1979; DJB&H killing "Right Now", the 'shoulda been third/second single', at the Cleveland Agora June 10 1976; plus Matt Harris, secret weapon background vocalist on Pool It! and former son-in-law of Leon Russell, chimes in with his choice for what Leon Russell song the Monkees could have recorded on Pool It! -- turns out it's a song Russell wrote in tribute to Little Richard, who passed away during the production of this episode. Rest in Power, Mr Richard.

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