October 12, 2009: Barack Obama: It was a surprise that I won, but I'm accepting this prize as a call to action! Will: Good for you, sir. I'm sure that's how they meant it. Barack Obama: You know what? We should ask! One of the Nobel judges from Norway is just right over here! Will: Okay... Barack Obama: Mr. Rumpe Kyssermann, why did I get this prize? Rumpe Kyssermann: Derrr.... Will: Uh... maybe we could ask someone else?
October 14, 2009: Mitch: So is it hard judging for the Nobel Peace Prize? Rumpe Kyssermann: Oh, ja! It is very taxing on the brain! Mitch: What's the hardest part? Rumpe Kyssermann: I dunno... it's all kind of squishy. Maybe the medulla? Mitch: That's not what I meant... Rumpa Kyssermann: Of course! Silly me! The medal is gold, so I'd say its case is probably harder.
October 16, 2009: Rumpe Kyssermann: It is a rare thing when one person can unite the world with feelings of hope, but our winner is such a person. And his courage in the face of danger has allowed us all to feel better about ourselves. And that's why this bonus Nobel Peace Prize goes to Balloon Boy! Dana: Are you out of your viking mind? Falcon Heene (aka Balloon Boy): I was napping for peace!