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On today's show, Rich Vos fills in for Opie, who's on his honeymoon. We talk about Opie's wedding. We talk about Ant's vacation gambling. We're off in Boston. We talk about Ant's gambling problem. Jim and Vos talk about their Thanksgiving vacations. We discuss Black Friday events. Ant talks about his new gun. And we talk about obese people needing extra plane seats. Jim thinks Kiss should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Ant disagrees with this idea, and Erock doesn't play any Kiss music. Ant makes a mystery purchase. We talk about Plaxico and the movie Talk Radio.

We come to the XM side and interview Tom Jones. We talk about marriage and children. Then we talk to Steve about focusing more on the show. And we play some old tapes of Anthony's flubs to make him feel better. The guys talk about being Jewish as Vos makes a fool of himself. And we close with "What did we learn?" [Broadcast Date: December 1, 2008]

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