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Today on The Opie Radio Show, comedian Vic Henley in-studio as we talk accidentally wearing women's snow boots, Dr. Steve phones in to talk about flu-shots, Danny McBride is writing the script for Halloween, we talk horror movies remakes and reboots.

Next, comedians Sherrod Small and Chris Distefano join Vic in-studio as we talk the Slenderman documentary, tipping at fast food restaurants, losing bank cards, and the situation between James Dolan and Charles Oakley.

Finally, a man plays "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" with his washing machine, Chris discusses his severe anxiety and its roots, Hillary Clinton gloats on Twitter, and NBC's The Wall. [Broadcast Date: February 10, 2017]

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