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[06/19/12 - 12:21 PM]
E! Celebrates Summer With Two Special Episodes of "The Soup" Airing June 27th and July 4th at 10PM ET/PT
Plus: Patrick Warburton stops by to share a special message from good 'ol' Uncle Sam.

[via press release from E!]

E! CELEBRATES SUMMER WITH TWO SPECIAL EPISODES OF "THE SOUP" AIRING JUNE 27th AND JULY 4th AT 10PM ET/PT

Host Joel McHale And A Special Guest Share A Secret Stash Of Clips That Have Never Received "The Soup" Treatment

Los Angeles, June 19, 2012 - "The Soup" host Joel McHale is ready to present viewers with a special serving of the most ridiculous TV clips that "The Soup" team has tucked away for a rainy day - but since it never rains in Los Angeles, we are pulling them out now!

The first special episode, airing on June 27th takes on mockable moments from over-the-top news giant "Inside Edition" as well as never-before-seen clips from "I Didn't Know I was Pregnant," "Duck Dynasty," "Watch What Happens Live" and an homage to home shopping. The laughs continue on July 4th when "The Soup" celebrates Independence Day with those promiscuous teens of "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" who think that the 4th is just "another gay holiday." Luckily for these adulterated adolescents, the always hilarious Patrick Warburton stops by to share a special message from good 'ol' Uncle Sam. In addition, Joel bestows even more new clips from "My Crazy Obsession," "Dr. Oz," "Toddlers & Tiaras," "American Colony" and "Take Me Out."

So break out those "mankinis" get ready for television's most embarrassing events - which are now some of the most entertaining TV moments - when "The Soup" opens up its vault of TV clips and serves a feast to remember, on Wednesday, June 27th and Wednesday, July 4th at 10pm ET/PT only on E!

And don't miss an all-new episode of E!'s "The Soup" this Wednesday, June 20th at 10pm ET/PT with "True Blood" stud and "Magic Mike" muscle man Joe Manganiello and the sensational Kylie Minogue!





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