GLENN: Yes, Anthony. Are you --
CALLER: I am -- I'm an Air Force airman and I can definitely read.
GLENN: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, not higgledy, piggledy. Hang on, hear you go.
VOICE: Are you ready to play Can a Soldier Read.
GLENN: Yes, can the soldier read? Stephen King says nope, you can't read if you're in the military. Anthony claims that he can read, and he's quote/unquote an airman. All right, Anthony, go ahead.
CALLER: Okay. Dermaright, used to help --
GLENN: Hang on. Hold it just a second. I'm hearing help from behind. Did you hear this? It's just like More-On Trivia. Dan, our referee?
DAN: I absolutely heard help.
GLENN: You can't have help with people sounding out words for you. Who is that in the background, Anthony?
DAN: It's clearly not a military person.
GLENN: Maybe you don't know them and you have to read their nametag. I'm sorry for putting that in the -- just ask them who they are. Who's there in the background?
CALLER: They are nurses.
GLENN: They are nurses?
GLENN: Oh, you are not going to play the, "Oh, I'm sick" or "I've had some problems" thing that all you soldiers always play.
CALLER: Oh, yeah, that's very common.
GLENN: Really it's very common? I know it's just like you guys playing on sympathies, especially this time of year. So Anthony, tell the nurses that you can't help you.
CALLER: You can't help.
GLENN: Go ahead. Read.
CALLER: Okay. Dermaright, used to help supplement routine hand washing. Kills germs without soap and water with Vitamin E. Latex-free.
GLENN: Latex-free, huh? I think, Anthony, Anthony, congratulations. You get a copy of the Christmas Sweater.
CALLER: Awesome. Thank you, Glenn.
VOICE: Congratulations. Looks like we found the one and only soldier who can read because according to Stephen King, if you don't read, you go to the military. Yeah, you got lucky that time on, Can the Soldier Read?
GLENN: Hey, Anthony, are you still there?
GLENN: Are you in the hospital?
CALLER: I'm a reservist and I work in a hospital.
GLENN: Jeez. And you can read. You're in the -- another reservist that claims to read. Are you -- you're working in the hospital?
CALLER: Yes, that's my civilian job.
GLENN: Oh, really?
CALLER: In the reserve, yes.
GLENN: What do you do in the hospital?
CALLER: I'm a pharmacy tech.
GLENN: Oh, jeez, they don't have you in charge of people's medicines and stuff, do they?
CALLER: Of course not, of course not.
GLENN: Whew. Okay, good. Because you know what? You can get in big trouble if you don't reveal to your employer critical information like, "I'm a dummy; I shouldn't be behind counter with prescription drugs." I'm just sayin', Anthony. I'm just here to help.
CALLER: Well, that's cool because I have a driver's license. So that's --
GLENN: Oh, jeez, they'll let anybody drive. All right, Anthony, thanks, man. Hang on. We'll get you a copy of the Christmas Sweater.
CALLER: Thank you.