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Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Vic Henley and Kirk Fox are in-studio talking about Kirk's life. Boxing legends Bernard Hopkins and Gerry Cooney are in-studio discussing Hopkins' upcoming last fight. Next, we review the interview with Bernard Hopkins and talk sports with producer Louis Johnson. Finally, SiriusXM's DJ Whoo Kid joins Vic in-studio continuing the talk about participation trophies and the Amazon Go supermarket.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Chris Distefano and Mike Cannon are in-studio. New York City begins holiday tradition with the Rockefeller tree lighting, we update Donald Trump's continued transition, and Hillary Clinton's recount efforts. Mike talks about his wedding and honeymoon while Chris continues to be depressed. Next, we watch breastfeeding videos and discuss hospital charges with Dr. Steve. And finally, producer Louis Johnson in-studio as we talk sports and take calls.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Chris Distefano and Bob Kelly are in-studio. Opie is soaked from the rain, Chris' continued body issues, and the origin of corn. Next, we talk the Tennessee wildfires with Chuck and share fishing stories. And finally, Chris has a skin tag on his anus, a lost dog gets rejects by its own family at a kennel, Bob reads the article, and we discuss the best holiday tech toys.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedian Vic Henley and Erock are in-studio as we discuss traffic because of President-elect Donald Trump, our box of Titos Vodka went missing, new television shows, and fishing. Next, comedian Sam Morril joins Vic in-studio as we play Leon Russell, look at Shelly Duvall's interview promo with Dr. Phil, re-evaluate Opie and Jim's interview with Jeffrey Tambor, and get into some "Knob news." And finally, we talk drinking/hang overs, watch clips from Bar Rescue, and watch a video of a deer running into a cross country runner.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, Food Network Chef Carl Ruiz, comedians Rich Vos, and Sherrod Small are all in-studio. We discuss the social class with neighborhoods, the minimum wage protests, attending sporting events in special boxes, and food. Next, we relive Vos performing stand-up in a Starbucks, a London cafe was selling anti-Semitic smoothies, and Delta airlines banning a pro-Trump passenger.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, Tampa's Mike Calta from the Mike Calta Radio show, Super-agent Tony Burton, Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta and comedian Theo Von are all in-studio as we discuss fecal donations, Staten Island, and the Times-Square characters. Next, we talk about fanny packs, Donald Trump's presidential victory, Trump not pursuing charges against Hillary Clinton, and how Trump's meeting with the media did not go well for the media, and molestation stories.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedian Theo Von is in-studio as we share dentist stories, after-party parties, Green Day singing about Donald Trump at the American Music Awards, celebrity meetings, Kanye West's "breakdown," and radio giveaways. Next, Opie's old-friend Buzz joins Theo in-studio as we talk holidays, eating people, masturbation, and Opie and Buzz's former houses that did not end well. Finally, we talk the Hamilton musical cast calling out Mike Pence.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Vic Henley and Jim Florentine in-studio. Kanye West announced he's pro-Trump, Trump's cabinet continues to take shape, Opie witnessed a child's tantrum, we discuss taking photos with your favorite celebrities, Florentine's flat tire, and a Trump voter says Starbucks didn't serve him because he's white. Next, we discuss Aaron Rodgers current situation with his family and girlfriend Olivia Munn. Then, Blackberry Smoke performs in-studio.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedian Doug Benson in-studio, Opie introduced his kids to the Home Alone movie series and we look at movie flubs. We also talk about Sherrod Small sleeping in and missing the show, Thanksgiving, how Doug doesn't celebrate holidays, and documentaries. Political editor from the Blaze, Mike "Stuntbrain" Opelka joins Doug Benson in-studio. We talk about Ron Glass passing away and Erik's hatred for Hal Linden while he also experienced tooth problems over Thanksgiving.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Vic Henley and Kevin Brennan are in-studio as we talk old music and radio. Next, John Lennon's letter to Paul McCartney is up for auction, Kevin continues to fight with everybody, and comedian Chris Distefano calls in. Finally, Kevin talks about his family, SiriusXM Outlaw Country's Jeremy Tepper pops in-studio to talk Blackberry Smoke, and we cover more of the fallout from Donald Trump being elected president.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedian Sherrod Small and filmmaker Morgan Spurlock are in-studio as we talk documentaries and Morgan's new fast-food restaurant. Next, comedian Jackie "The Jokeman" Martling is in-studio talking about the fallout of Donald Trump's presidency and Wanda Sykes being booed for doing Trump jokes. Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson is in-studio talking about his new book, "The American Fisherman". And finally, world record setting freefall jumper Alan Eustace is in-studio.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Jim Florentine and Sherrod Small are in-studio as we continue to breakdown the election fallout as protests erupt overnight and President-Elect Donald Trump meets with President Obama. Opie feels sad for Hillary. Next, we talk football, Rudy Guiliani's comments on protesters being 'crybabies', Chelsea Handler cries over Hillary's loss, and we watch a video of 103-year old woman that was hoping to see Hillary become president. And finally, Opie talks about his old house and pet deaths.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Chris Distefano and Artie Lange are in-studio. Chris is going through personal relationship issues, the evolution of Halloween, and we talk sports. Next, we share radio stories about one of the show's old managers. And finally, Impractical Jokers' Murr in-studio discussing their upcoming live season finale.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Rich Vos and Vic Henley are in-studio as Opie discusses his issues with management. Plus-size model Ashley Graham is getting a Barbie doll and political editor from the Blaze, Mike "Stuntbrain" Opelka calls in to talk about the possibility of getting rid of the Electoral College with Trump protesters. Next, we discuss universities suspending or cancelling sport teams due to lewd, racist, and sexists text messages and rating books. A mayor and boss from a nonprofit organization are in hot water for their comments about Michelle Obama.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedians Vic Henley and Sherrod Small are in-studio as Erik is already preparing for Christmas. We are one day away from the 2016 Presidential Election, a woman pushed another woman in front of a subway, and comedian Bert Kreischer is in-studio. Next, we listen to a 911 call from a senior living center during a squirrel attack, more 911 calls, and we watch penguins fight. Finally, North Korea may launch election day missiles, we watch the trailer to a small penis documentary, a Playboy playmate shared nude Snapchat from the gym.
Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedian Craig Gass and political/legal analyst Lionel are in-studio. Political editor for TheBlaze.com, Mike "Stuntbrain" Opelka calls-in as we breakdown Donald Trump's Presidential victory. Next, Craig talks about celebrating the Chicago Cubs' World Series win with Bonnie Hunt, Eddie Vedder, and Bill Murray. We watch Miley Cyrus cry over Hillary's loss. Then, Opie calls Anthony Cumia to get his review of Trump's victory and producer Louis Johnson goes out on the street asking people how they felt about the election.