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LAUGH: Comedian John Crist on keeping it funny: ‘Comedy, it breaks down the walls’

Comedian John Crist joined Glenn in the studio Friday to talk about his tour, "The Human Being," and to share how he manages to keep the angst and anger of politics out of comedy.

"My dad was a pastor for 30 years and then he became the mayor, and I'm a comedian," Crist explained. "[My dad] said, 'we're all kind of doing the same thing … we look at the world and we don't like what's happening.' So he first tried to change people's hearts in church. And then he tried to fix it by changing laws. And I'm doing the same thing … I'm trying to fix it by changing people's minds … because comedy, it breaks down the walls."

Watch the video clip above to enjoy a laugh with John, Glenn and Stu Burguiere.

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Malcolm Gladwell explains why memories are totally unreliable

Tired of all the calendars and yearbooks? Too bad, we're gonna talk about it some more. Malcolm Gladwell joined the radio show Thursday to talk about what he found when it comes to memories and the way they function. Turns out there's a reason you don't prosecute based off of 36-year-old memories, believe it or not.