iPod 5th Gen/Podcasts Problem

My husband added Podcasts to his 5th Gen iPod from a spare external drive running 10.5.8 (while I was rebuilding the iMac's drive). When he got back to his iTunes library on the iMac (10.5.Cool, the new Podcasts on the iPod did not appear in the iTunes Podcasts folder.

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Oops. Husband has a 4th Gen Nano...

...not a 5th Gen Nano.

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Try this:

connect the spare external drive to the iMac.
Hold down the Option key and fire it up.
Keep the Option key down until you see the Boot choices on the screen.
Choose the external drive and boot the iMac from it.
Launch iTunes. (make sure you can see part of the desktop behind iTunes)
You should see the new Podcasts in the Podcast section.
Drag them out onto the desktop.
Once they are safely on the desktop, shut down the iMac and reboot, holding down the Option key
This time, choose the internal drive to boot from.
Once the iMac is booted, you should see those podcasts sitting on the desktop.
Launch iTunes and import the podcasts into the library.

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