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Opie & Anthony, Dennis Falcone, June 17, 2013 Radio/TV Program

Opie & Anthony, Dennis Falcone, June 17, 2013

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Today on O&A, we start the show talking about the Father’s Day Weekend, the Golf U. S. Open, and Max Koch calls in and we have him do Sopranos impressions. We discuss UFC 161 and the NBA Finals.

We discuss Joe Piscopo and his song “Kimberly.” We also talk about his Showtime special and his birthday. Joe Piscopo calls in and we talk to him about his latest projects. We are joined by Dennis Falcone and he hits the post on a Barry Manilow song. We discuss the filthy SiriusXM bathrooms, Miss Utah gives a dumb answer at the pageant and we are joined in studio by Erock’s wife.

And Sam hosts After O&A Live and talks to Troy and Sal about rapper’s their clothes, and their new music. [Original Broadcast Date: June 17, 2013]

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