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Opie & Anthony, April 4, 2012 Radio/TV Program

Opie & Anthony, April 4, 2012

Today on O&A, we start the show watching clips from the movie Mondo Topless. We talk about the Dallas Tornadoes and watch a YouTube video of a guy commenting on it. We talk to Sam about Chief Jay Strongbow dying, then tell Andre The Giant stories.
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Today on O&A, we start the show watching clips from the movie Mondo Topless. We talk about the Dallas Tornadoes and watch a YouTube video of a guy commenting on it. We talk to Sam about Chief Jay Strongbow dying, then tell Andre The Giant stories.

We talk about Nick Minaj and Cocos butts and attitudes. We talk some news on NBC apologizing and the mega millions. Ant talks to us about watching a Queen Latifah movie. We talk about a church playing gay porn and the Beatles son’s music. We watch a hoveround commercial and look at an iceberg explode.

Finally, Sam hosts After O&A Live where he and the staff come up with a bit for our Cleveland show. [Broadcast Date: April 4, 2012]

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