This is the President returns after a short break with one of our most celebrity packed episodes ever!
Today's phone call is from September 2, 1982 and features President Reagan talking to none other than the celebrated French filmmaker, Jerry Lewis!
Once upon a time, there was an event called the Muscular Distrophy Labor Day telethon. Started back in the early 1960s and hosted by Lewis (until he left under a cloud in 2010), the telethon would drag on for over twenty hours with a cavalcade of celebrities appealing to the audience to part with their cash. As the night continued, these celebrities eventually gave way to a host of B-performers and faded vaudevillian acts.
Our phone call takes place during Lewis' famous Labor Day Telethon.
But before they start pumping for donations, the two old friends have a chance to reminisce about the olden days when they worked at rival studios and used to live down the street from each other in Pacific Palisades.
However - not all goes according to plan - and a power struggle ensues. The end result? You'll just have to listen for yourself.
We also take a chance to explore the Back to the Future relevance to this clip, Trump's recent wiretapping allegations, and New Jersey's next up and rising political star, Joe Piscopo.