Opie & Anthoy are today on iTunes: #1 Animation by Cokelogic!

masterem243

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The only one who's beating them is the best of youtube, but hey, what are you gonna do?

Congrats to the boys on being so damn popular.
 

SOS

Is alive.
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Could you or someone else post a screen cap of that?

PrintScreen Button then paste it to a image/photo editing program. Save it, upload it and then link the pic.
 

masterem243

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Today, all time, w/e. Their popularity is sure to keep them at #2 for many more months.
 

Hog's Big Ben

Getting ass-***** in The Octagon, brother.
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#2...today...in Comedy


Come a little closer so I can hit you with something.
 

masterem243

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And #3 on Podcasts in General, only being beaten by youtube and chicago public radio.
 

Dumpsterkeeper

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"Obviously this means they're failing!!!!!!!"

/zombie.
 
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That's Howie math. Today≠all time.
 

GDRC

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Just got the new video downloaded. Episode #2 Corn Nuts
 

dodisman

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who decides what gets animated...is that an XM decision?
 

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I wish coke logic would animate "Opie loves Florida Evans" That was Anthony at his best.
 

Tryaluckystrike

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I wish coke logic would animate "Opie loves Florida Evans" That was Anthony at his best.
:clap::clap: Fantastic callback! I love screaming out "JAAAAAAAAYMES!' for no other reason than the brilliance of that bit.

Only thing I question is whether CL has carte blance with the bits he can use (NEW, WAAB, Demented World), or he's restricted to only those bits from the modern O&A era?