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Here are the highlights from Friday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

– Mark Wahlberg announced Thursday that Tom Brady will appear in his movie “Ted 2.” The Patriots quarterback will also get screen time in the upcoming “Entourage” movie with tight end Rob Gronkowski.

“That ‘Entourage’ movie is going to suck,” said Minihane.

Replied Callahan: “But not if Gronk and Brady are in it. I picture Brady as fitting in in any movie, handling it without a hitch. But Gronk? I’m curious to see that in a movie.”

“He’s going to to act like himself,” Minihane said of Gronkowski.

“He’ll need a few takes,” Callahan said.

“What, do you think Brady is Daniel Day Lewis?” asked Minihane.

Replied Callahan: “Ed Norton I see him as.”

– A wildlife filmmaker decided to get eaten whole by an anaconda for Discovery Channel’s show “Eaten Alive.” Paul Rosolie built a custom suit that protected him from being killed by the snake, the network confirmed. The show will air in early December.

Said Dennis: “It’s like ‘Sharknado.’ He uses a chainsaw there.”

“If the snake lives, that means he doesn’t use a chainsaw,” replied Callahan.

Dennis was shocked that any person would undertake such an endeavor.

“How did [Rosolie] know that the anaconda doesn’t like wrap him up and squeeze the snot out of him?” he asked.

Replied Callahan: “His people would’ve stopped it, there were people all around.”

“OK, you’re going to stop an anaconda?” asked Dennis

“I can’t even look at a snake without getting creeped out. This guy’s going to go inside,” said Callahan.

“I bet it’s dark in there,” replied Dennis.

– Simmons College officially opened itself to transgender students. The school has unofficially done this for years, but it now is publicly joining the gender nonconforming movement, becoming the third school in the United States to do so.

“So the big takeaway here is an all-girls school is now going to let guys in as long at they wear something pretty,” Callahan said. “If you want to get into Simmons College, put on a nice sun dress.”

Replied Minihane: “I don’t think that’s how it works. … I’m confused. When I read this story I feel like 150 years old. I hate to be that guy.”

“This is the world your poor daughter is growing up in,” Callahan said to Minihane.

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Here are the highlights from Thursday’€™s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

— AC/DC’s drummer Phil Rudd has been charged with attempting to have two men killed. The 60-year-old appeared in court in New Zealand Thursday charged with attempting to procure the murder of two men and also threatening to kill, possession of methamphetamine and possession of cannabis.

“Why was he mad at the guy he wanted killed?” Dennis asked. “Sounds like a drug deal gone bad.”

Joked Callahan: “He could have gone by the Dino manual, you don’t leave any finger prints. You don’t have any meth.”

— There has been a recent back-and-forth between President Obama and principal owner/chairman of the Hornets Michael Jordan. In a recent interview Jordan criticized Obama’s golf game. Obama fired back earlier this week.

“But there is no doubt that Michael is a better golfer than I am,” Obama told Jaimin’€™ 98.3’€™s Earl Stokes, via the N.Y. Daily News. “Of course, if I was playing twice a day for the last 15 years, then that might not be the case.

“He might want to spend more time thinking about the Bobcats — or the Hornets.”

The hosts didn’t like the interview with all the laughter that took place.

“Is that on like the laughing hyena show?” Dennis asked.

Replied Callahan: “[Obama] thinks if he played more, he’d be good as the greatest athlete is U.S. history?”

— Many parents are upset that ABC aired a sex scene on the show “Scandal” moments after a Halloween Charlie Brown special.

“Seven or eight [years old] and you’re supposed to be subjected to a wild sex scene, which there was never such a thing on when we were kids, even a generation ago,” Callahan said.

Added Minihane: “I look at it, selfishly, if I am watching with my daughter and she asks, I have no answer. What the hell is … I don’t know.”

“If you don’t get to the clicker in time, what do you say?” replied Callahan.

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