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 or those two peculiar beasts who host Car Talk.
Tom and Ray Magliozzi , better known as Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers, host NPR’s Car Talk, a weekly syndicated call-in program. Their wacky, uninhibited, thoroughly unrehearsed show has endeared them to millions of listeners. Winners of the Peabody Award in broadcasting, the brothers have been handing out advice on everything from car repair to marriage repair since 1977.
Publisher: HighBridge Company
Unabridged, 1 hour