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Mar 20, 2010 7
Greg talks to comedian and former Tonight Show sidekick Andy Richter in Andy's family room. They talk about etymology of sidekick, and bottom bitches. They talk about Andy's dad being gay and coming out when he was a child. They talk about all the topics YOU want to hear Andy talk about: Tiger Woods, Catholic scandals, retiring and enjoying crack, jewish food, Greg being an angry Irishman. They play the standard games, Overheard, Liar's Poker, and Rank 'Em, and take your Twitter questions. They also talk about Conan and the late night situation.
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  • over a year ago
    Nokwanda
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