#GCS 11.9.17 Pt3

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George Mienie comes into studio to celebrate his birthday with the team. He and his AutoTrader team have become integral parts of the CliffCentral channel, so Gareth celebrates this latest milestone with him. The Westeros Rhapsody again proves how huge Game of Thrones is, and Louis CK opens SNL with a child molestation monologue.
11 Sep 2017 2AM English Explicit South Africa Society & Culture · News

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