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Today on Ron & Fez, we talk about the sudden and untimely passing of comedian and friend of the show, Otto Petersen. We listen to past clips of his and take calls from some of his comedic friends, including: Bob Levy, Dave Attell, Jim Florentine, Don Jamieson, and Rich Vos. We then play Otto's Unmasked with Ron Bennington from 2012. [Broadcast Date: April 14, 2014]

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    Tribute to Otto Peterson of Otto and George

    Would you consider the audio edition of Ron & Fez, April 14, 2014 to be better than the print version?

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    What was one of the most memorable moments of Ron & Fez, April 14, 2014?

    They replayed an unmasked from 2 years ago

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    Any additional comments?

    They recap a lot of his standup appearances, and take calls from some comedian friends that had Otto stories