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Today on O&A, we start today’s show talking about how poorly Charlie Sheen’s webcast was. We play some clips and talk about it being very boring. Ant did a live from the compound show simulcasting the Charlie Sheen show, which was more entertaining than Sheen’s show. We also talk about how Bree Olsen was missing from the Charlie Sheen Show. We play a clip of Anthony on Live from the Compound pulling a gun out on someone who called in. We end up talking about how gay men do “bases,” and Ant talks to us about a dream he had about his gay childhood friend Richard. Matthew McConaughey is calling in later, so we talk about all of his rom-com movie posters. We talk about Red State, which Opie saw over the weekend. We talk about a news story explaining that breasts can make you feel better and play a clip of Bobby Knight cursing, which we find less offensive than most reality shows. Johnny Knoxville calls the show to talk about Jackass 3 coming out on DVD and his documentary on the Wild Whites. Management is not allowing a couple of bits to be played in our new 10am hour show. Finally, Matthew McCanaughey calls in to talk about his new movie and Anthony only talks to him about his movie posters. [Broadcast Date: March 7, 2011]

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