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Dec 22, 2009
In the most epic episode of the podcast to date, Greg and Mike actually max out the CD-R the podcast is recorded to. While doing so, they try to get to the bottom of Chance's problems with his parents, give him some solid advice for his internship at the Howard Stern Show, talk about parenting, about how to be good parents, and shaved balls.
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