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After the show's cancellation four weeks into the season, XFL creator Vince Mc Mahon stated that he'd had no creative control over the show, further elaborating, "I heard it was horrible.
Had I seen it, I would have shut it down."The Traveling Virus was a comedy tour headlined by Opie and Anthony, as well as friends of the show, that performed in various cities during 2006, 2007, and 2008.
Opie and Anthony dubbed the man "Homeless Charlie", who mentioned the possibility of raping Condoleezza Rice and Laura Bush.
After the suspension they returned to their normal split schedule.
He would often pop on live whenever there was something he wished to discuss, and occasionally would broadcast a schedule show, and made it available to download online.
Cumia retired this show when he began The Anthony Cumia Show.
On March 9, 2009, Opie & Anthony were heard on FM for the last time, and spent much of the time discussing the impending format change, and how their services were "no longer needed" at the station.
Their executive producer for the FM portion, Michael "Stuntbrain" Opelka, was fired the following day.
Comedian Jim Norton was a frequent collaborator with the pair.
It featured analysis by WNBC sportscaster Bruce Beck and New York/New Jersey Hitmen head coach Rusty Tillman, but also featured plenty of raunch.
One segment featured Opie and Anthony as chefs, inserting a cucumber between two melons.
On April 24, 2006, Opie and Anthony announced that they signed a deal with CBS Radio in which the first three hours of the show would be broadcast on nine of CBS's rock stations, the first official show airing April 26.
On May 15, 2007, XM suspended Opie & Anthony for 30 days, in response to a broadcast featuring a homeless man who wandered into the studio.The tweets were described by Sirius XM as "racially-charged and hate-filled".