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September 19, 2007

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Fred B

I'll never forget Jeff's character wacking off on a blanket during Passover at Larry's house on CURB!...and he finsihed in time to get back to the table for the 4 questions.

Vinnie Park

HIGH VOLTAGE!

rich

Man, ya gotta warn people before you show something that twisted!

That is wonderfully perverse! And you even get to look up Bon's dress! Yikes!

Sarah Parker

I'm so looking forward to this movie.
When they were filming, the scouts came by the store to see about including our place in the movie.
Matt and I being such big "Curb" fans, this would have been a thrill.

Alas "the cheese stands alone" will not be featured in the movie.

phil

I saw Jeff's show at Piper's Alley in Chicago back in '89 or '90. I also have Lava Sutra's version of "I Want Someone To Eat Cheese With" on cassette. Yup.

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