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Today on O&A, we start the show talking about how much Windows sucks compared to Mac. And we talk about a bunch of news stories including the Kitchen Nightmares suicide, Titanic actress' death, Snooki's alcohol poisoning, and sports. We talk about Jerry Seinfeld on Larry King with Colin Quinn, Fez's third heart attack, John McCain dealing with a heckler, and the city of Branson Missouri. Back to the Future is going back to theaters, Imus is talking about us, Sexbagel comes in to talk about his injury, and we call him fat and expose his lazy habits. Dr. Steve calls in to talk about Sexbagel, the Morning Mashup did a skit for Letterman and Sandy Kane did Howard Stern's show. Blackberry has released the iPad killer, and Sandy Kane comes by and we make her apologize for speaking ill of us. We end the show with a Sandy Kane recap and the History Channel crew in studio filming b roll. [Broadcast Date: September 28, 2010]

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