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Today on O&A, we start the show talking about Easter weekend. Opie almost called in sick because he stayed in Philly until late last night and was caught in traffic. Jim went to Tribecca with Roland to see the premiere of the new Ozzy documentary. We talk about the Hockey playoffs and how Opie is a bad luck charm. A caller lets Opie know that he should invest in a CB radio. We play a clip of Jonny Fairplay mentioning the show on Dr. Phil. We start to play Nick Cannon’s latest radio stunt, but interrupt it to welcome UFC Champion Anerson Silva in to the studio to talk about his new documentary. We recap the interview, and finish the Nick Cannon story. Jack Osbourne joins the show to talk about the documentary he made about his father. We play some clips from The Today Show interviewing an American named Kate Middleton, and Demetri Martin joins the show to talk about his new book. Finally, Sam comes in to host After Opie & Anthony Live. [Broadcast Date: April 25, 2011]

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