Kudo's to Phil for his (unfortunately) brief appearance on the Chicago Public radio show "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me". (Look here for the April 28 show for anyone who wants to listen. Phil is on pretty near the end, as I recall).
For those who aren't familiar with the show, the host and three celebrities take a humorous look at the week's news, quizing callers-in about events (usually bizarre) reported in the media. One of the show's gags is called the "Bluff the listener" game, wherein one of the celebrities gives a short synopsis of a bizarre story, while the other two invent stories with a common theme as the real one, and the listener has to pick the true story. After the listener guesses, a guest expert reveals the answer.
This week's "bluff the listener" theme was a NASA scandal from years back that (supposedly) just surfaced this week, and the expert proved to be the BA himself . The possible answers were:
a) NASA employees inviting friends in for parties in the training pool
b) an astronaut smuggling a corned beef sandwich into orbit
c) Buzz Aldrin revealed to have mooned Neil from inside the LM while Neil took his first step on the Moon.
(I won't give the answer, but I suspect most on this board will know it)