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Leland Gregory

Special Guest

Biography:

Leland Gregory is a former writer for Saturday Night Live, the co-author of America's Dumbest Criminals as well as seven other books including Great Government Goofs, Presumed Ignorant, Presidential Indiscretions, What's the Number for 911?, What's the Number for 911 Again?, and the National Bestseller, The Stupid Crook Book. His latest book, Hey Idiot was released in October 2003. Leland has recently produced a one-hour home video Stupid Crooks Caught on Tape. Leland has also compiled two audio CDs of stupid 911 phone calls, Wacky 911 and Wacky 911 Again . In addition, Leland co-wrote the feature film Earnest and the Great Pizza Race as part of a three picture deal with Disney and optioned The Ian McTeagle Show screenplay to Touchstone Pictures.

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Wacky 911 Calls

Former Saturday Night Live writer, Leland Gregory returned to the show, playing a collection of his best wacky 911 calls. His newest book, Hey Idiot!, is a chronicle of human stupidity. ... More »

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