Megan decided to ignore Rush Limbaugh's appeal to American women this week because she didn't want to help promote him. But after seeing Janeane Garofalo's appearance on MSNBC last night, the ban has been lifted.

Not surprisingly, Janeane mercilessly mocked Rush and his call for the comelier sex, alleging that the single, syndicated radio host is not on the hunt for fellow (female) ideologues or to discover why women hate him so much but looking simply for sex and companionship. Which, of course, begs the question: If you were a woman trying to get Mr. Limbaugh's loving attention in a "cattle call", how exactly would you audition? Your best guesses, in the comments.

Related: Janeane Garofalo on Rush Limbaugh's Sex Appeal [MediaBistro]
Rush Limbaugh Wants To Know Why Women Hate Him [Feministe]
Limbaugh To Convene A ‘Female Summit' To Figure Out Why Women Hate Him [Think Progress]