The third season of the Theme Time Radio Hour premiered on Wednesday, October 8, 2008, the same week that saw the release of a new edition of the Bootleg Series, Tell Tale Signs. Somewhat eerily, given that it aired during the week of a worldwide financial crisis caused by the collapse of the credit markets, the first show's theme was "Money: Part 1."
Season Three concluded on Wednesday, April 15, 2009 with the airing of the show's 100th original episode. The theme of that show was "Goodbye."
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