Today on O&A, we start the show talking about the shifting weather patterns and about what we did last night. Opie was at an Allman Brothers show and talks about how long some of the songs ended up being. We talk about what’s going on in Japan and about what’s happening with the nuclear disasters happening there. We bring up Gilbert Gottfried getting in trouble and how much more offensive it is that the news gets away with being exploitative of tragedies. We talk about Charlie Sheen’s internship program, which reminds us that we don’t have any interns ourselves. Nate Dogg died last night, which brings up other old school rap. We talk about a lot of the problems with New York City and the job Mayor Bloomberg is doing. We bring up the problem with all the street and traffic light cameras and how much money is being made. We bring up the interns again and how we don’t have them. We play a clip of The Situation on Donald Trump, after he completely bombed. We bring up the space program and how we’ve completely lost control of it. We end the show with Ian Halperin calling in with his Goddesses. Finally, Sam comes in to start after Opie & Anthony Live. [Broadcast Date: March 16, 2011]
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