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Today on O&A, we start the show today talking about Opie’s son’s Christening and all the homeless people sleeping in the back of the church. Opie and Anthony were watching Scorch’s PFG TV last night, so Sam comes in to talk about his former mentor, as we play clips. Rich Vos joins the show and talks about his upcoming gig in Baltimore. We talk about Lybia, and bring up our game idea, Deadliest Snatch. We take calls from people trying to figure out if we can make Deadliest Snatch work, and things are looking good. We make Vos prep for upcoming terrestrial radio interviews. Vos tells us that his ex-wife moved to North Carolina. Opie is starting to notice creeps looking at his kids when he’s walking, and we talk about creepy teachers, counselors, etc. John Leguizamo and Fisher Stevens join us in studio to talk about John’s new one man show, and Mars our engineer comes in because he claims he used to hang out with Fisher. [Broadcast Date: February 23, 2011]

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