• Opie & Anthony, Jim Breuer and Rich Vos, September 9, 2011

  • By: Opie & Anthony
  • Narrated by: Opie & Anthony
  • Length: 4 hrs and 6 mins
  • Radio/TV Program
  • Release date: 09-09-11
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: XM Satellite Radio
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.7 (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Today on O&A, we start today’s show talking about the 9/11 anniversary coverage. We talk about our old friend Black Earl’s new job and call up Hard Rock Johnny to talk about it. We talk about Obama’s speech from last night and politics. Rich Vos stops by and we get an update on what’s going on with his house that burned down. Jim Breuer comes in and talks about his mother beating and abusing his father. We talk to his mother on the phone and try to get an explanation. Afterward, Jim gives us an update on the pizza man. Finally, Sam comes in to host After Opie & Anthony Live, where he and the staff pick the finalists in the upcoming win a date with Bobo contest. [Broadcast Date: September 9, 2011]
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    Customer Reviews

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    5 out of 5 stars
    By Joshua on 09-13-11

    Best Radio Show In Perpetuity

    I had heard nothing, then Stern, then O&A. I listened to Stern for one whole show, and found the base of what he does to be appealing, but the way he handles it seems too dated to be realistic to me, however The Greggg and Tony Show comes off as less scripted, and slightly less rehearsed. As a sophisticated listener I find the most appealing factor of the show to be the "Trinity-esque" fitting together of the cast's three puzzle pieces of "Misery, Defensiveness, and Morose" in that order. It is truly sad that the majority of their fanbase is comprised of banality which will never glean the slightest evidence that this "Radio Show," or moreover this piece of Daily Art is the greatest, and most awe inspiring creation they will ever see.

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