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Episode 377 – Artie and Dan on Censorship and Comedy

Dan has this move that he does and then watches every Chicago sports team. Harry Caray joins us. Artie found out something has been written that uses him as an example. It’s a story about NYC. Censorship is all around us people and it will be here forever. I’m sure some people will think we are better off. We are sure a few words will leave society. Comedy will be changed forever and this will be the last generation of comedy as we know it. David Geffen is in charge of show business and you don’t want to piss him off. Everything will be Will & Grace and plus isn’t there a new one? Artie asks Dan what is “This Is Us”? Artie saw it on the DVR. Could Eddie Murphy make it today? Bill Maher is such an ass. Whenever Artie and Gilbert are together there is a third person who stays out of it. While Judd Apatow was receiving an award Artie tells you what he was doing. NSYNC is going to tour again.

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Episode 367 – Artie and Dan with Johnny Styne: Bruce Concerts, Northwestern Games

Artie is with comedy writer Johnny Styne and Falato. He talks about a buddy of his that was the best street fighter he’s ever seen. He tells the story of a Bruce Springsteen concert where his girlfriend didn’t help the issue. Why doesn’t Dan focus on the Cubs and stop watching Northwestern games? It’s Oscars time and Artie combines an award winning movie and a popular TV show. Artie finishes the story of the fight at the Bruce Springsteen concert. Artie didn’t know about Charlie Rose’s health issue and made a joke. Harry Caray joins the show and talks about the days of living near “The Improv Olympic” in Chicago.  The embarrassing Rolling Stone top comedians list gets another beat-down by Artie but this time in song form. Artie tells the story of being watched by some friends as a child and being given a special wake-up call.

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