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Jun 19, 2012

The smartest man in the world, Greg Proops returns to the show to chat baseball & Pete Rose, the time he spends in England and his hatred of the "Who's Line is it Anyway" hoedowns. Greg and Greg also discuss women trying too hard to look sexy once they reach a certain age.

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    Lenny
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