Transcripts of the tapes, of course, have been available ever since the second Ken Starr data dump back in September. But what was previously available only in hard-to-read PDF files or hefty legal paperbacks is now jumping off the page and coming alive as it is performed by the original actresses. We can hear all the little details like those "double clicks" that an unsuspecting Lewinsky notes at one point, which the duplicitous Tripp is able to pass off as "my gum." And, of course, we get to hear Monica's voice for the first time. Guessing what the ex-White House intern sounds like has, it seems, become America's favorite parlor game. A recent CNN/USA Today poll shows that 53 percent of respondents suspected she possesed a "high and childish" voice. They were half right. As it turns out, Lewinsky's tone oscillates between excitability and solemnity -- in short, just like any twentysomething with a boyfriend problem.