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Today on O&A, we start the show talking about the snow falling this morning and people not being able to drive through it. Howard Stern is suing SiriusXM, which makes our disloyal actions look like nothing. Eddie Vedder is doing a Ukulele album that we trash. Sexbagel is having a rough morning, getting a lot wrong. We trash Steve Martin's banjo album next and play a couple of tracks. Lawrence Taylor got sentenced for his actions with a hooker, which brings us to talking about women's causes. We talk about what's going on with earthquakes and the pacific ring of fire. Ant is dissatisfied with the job Obama has been doing with Libya. We talk about the economies of cities and bring up Detroit and Camden. Jim Florentine joins the show. We talk about Steve Martin movies and the terrible sequel they made to Arthur. Anthony talks about going camping and getting lost, which leads to why he has a satellite phone, and his plans for the coming apocalypse. Liz Taylor passed away, which we talk about with Florentine, and we play the audio of Chris Brown on GMA. We end the show talking to actor Stephen Lang. Then, Sam comes in to host After Opie & Anthony Live. [Broadcast Date: March 23, 2011]

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