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Today on O&A, we start the show with Opie talking about going to see Horrible Bosses last night and how he relates to it. He talks about going with Roland and Sexbagel. Ant talks about his growing movie poster collection. Justin Beiber caused a ruckus yesterday at Macy’s in New York. Jim’s Bill Tetley song has gotten stuck in everyone’s head. A man was hiding in a porta-potty watching women use the bathroom from inside the toilet. We talk to Bobo who wants Opie to go to the Mets game with him. Bobo speaks disrespectfully to his mother. We see some new pictures of Avril Lavigne in a bikini and talk about management’s request for a meeting. We bring the couch of zilches in to the studio. 4 listeners to come in and watch the show. Bobo calls, he is very jealous about not being one of the zilches. Seth Gordon stops by the show. He is the director of The King of Kong and the new movie Horrible Bosses. Finally, Sam comes in to host After Opie & Anthony Live. [Broadcast Date: June 24, 2011]

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