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The guys are off today, so here's one from the archives� Jim has a dream about us. We try to find out why Ben Kingsley rescheduled his interview. Jim has a fancy evening with celebrities. Our phone number is too hard to remember. We talk about Jill Nicolini and try to find other hot weather girls. Bill Burr joins us in studio and talks about some awful comedy gigs. We get an update on the Vince McMahon storyline from WWE. We talk to Sam's girlfriend about his eating habits. We find out that Ben Kingsley's people lied to us.

Once we get on XM, we learn that we aren't allowed to mention Break.com on our CBS show. We talk about being kids. We listen to the old audio of a father and son getting in a fight in their car. And, we have trouble with the phones and going to commercials. Jim talks about Craigslist. We watch a video on Break.com. And we play Line of the Day. [Original Broadcast Date: June 19, 2007]

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