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Thanks to everyone who came out to the Irvine Improv last night and made the one-man show such a success! It was a blast! For today's podcast, we're featuring a couple of classic clips. First, Cadet RC Collins feels that the military should get the privilege to commit crimes and take drugs. Then Bobbie Dooley tells Phil about a family in Western Estates who recently adopted a child from Africa because the wife was unable to bear children. Bobbie says she's decided to support the family, however she can't guarantee the baby's safety.

 

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Phil's rehearsing for the one-man show coming up tonight, so we've got an encore of the broadcast from Tuesday, October 21st, 2014.


Dr. Ed Elcott returns with Beans Halberstall, the eminent daughter of Overlord Novitiates Dr. Grover and Mrs. Halberstall, and is immediately dispersed and reintegrated repeatedly for a variety of transgressions. Beans, in fact, also undergoes the dispersal...

 

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Two instances of people going through a phone at someone... First, it's Doug Dannger, gay man and gay journalist, speaking in a special verbal shorthand because he's "really busy." That pisses off General Shaw. And then Dean Wheeler attempts to give Phil career advice and that sets off Margaret Grey.

Don't forget we're doing an AMA on Reddit later today at 2 PM PT. See you there!

 

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The OU scandal prompts a call from Bob Green, who tells Phil that he was "mocked" in his store when a kid started singing "Hair." Along with Bob was Dr. Bernardo Howley, the man who designed Bob's "$15,000 hair system." Bob told the shocked panel that he tried to strangle the kid with a hula hoop he'd "gnawed in half."

 

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