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/ July 8, 2014 5:54 AM EDT
Wodehouse meets "Wayne’s World" as the unlikely Brit wits of "Men in Blazers" increase our love of soccer and improve our vocabulary. Pictured, Roger Bennett and Michael Davies in their studio.
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