One of the fictitious sponsor
s of A Prairie Home Companion
on American Public Media
, complete with its own jingle
. The jingle is usually preceded by a dramatic sketch
written by Garrison Keillor
and featuring Sue Scott and Tim Russell or Tom Keith, in which the protagonist
gets into progressively more embarassing situations, ending with this line from Keillor:
Yes, nothing gets the taste of humiliation out of your mouth like a piece of rhubarb pie.
(Sing to the tune of Shortnin' Bread):
One little thing can revive a guy,
And that is home-made rhubarb pie.
Serve it up, nice and hot.
Maybe things aren't as bad as you thought.