Apr. 11, 2012
On Wednesday's Afternoon Shift we talk about a number of offensive ideas. First Al Gini yearns for the days when bad words weren't so prevalent in network comedies. Then Judah Friedlander joins us to comment on acting on 30 Rock, one of those network comedies (and the subversively offensive hats he loves). The 3@3 review panel discusses compromise Rahm Emanuel style, Fox News' mole and the offense Alton Brown has taken at being approached by his fans. Gabriel Spitzer joins us for a review of the biggest things he's learned from Clever Apes in his last segment before moving to Seattle- the nerve! Finally, the funeral director in The Interrupters joins us to talk about a topic inherrently offensive- youth violence.
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