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The National Lampoon Radio Hour Radio/TV Program

The National Lampoon Radio Hour: Are We There Yet?

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The triumphant return of the National Lampoon Radio Hour! featuring the Queer Eye for the Straight Guy movie makeover of The Godfather; white tigers running wild on the streets of Las Vegas; Appleby & Myers: "Are You Ugly"; and Christopher Guest's Pete Seeger parody "Well-Intentioned Blues." Plus, special "Brunch with the Belz" guest, pill-popping pundit Rush Limbaugh. (Episode 1, Broadcast Date: October 11, 2003)

Enjoy this kind of sick, twisted humor? Well, there's more where this came from! Check out the National Lampoon Radio Hour archives by clicking on matching edition under periodicals.

©2003 Network One Radio

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    Rod Morgan 01-15-04
    Rod Morgan 01-15-04 Member Since 2010

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    "Welcome back - and what a relief"


    NO - they're not just recycling the old radio show.

    YES - they ARE featuring clips from the old radio show.

    YES - they have new material including Richard Belzer as host and "interviewer," a news summary each week and other skits. It's just as silly, nasty, obnoxious and satiric as it used to be, and do we ever need it now! This kick-off is hilarious and most welcome. Tina Fey and Saturday Night Live have some competition at last!

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