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Is this the most offensive celebrity of 2012? (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Is this the most offensive celebrity of 2012? (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

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Danny starts the show sounding a little discombobulated, and it turns out he hit his head this morning on the toilet. He offers an impressive reenactment of his accident. Eventually, Danny reveals what’s really got his goat this morning: a decades-long Bonaduce family holiday tradition was changed without any notice or any input from Danny. These changes involved ravioli, gluten, almond milk, and alcohol. Not all in one recipe, mind you.

Charlie Sheen uttered an anti-gay slur at a bar opening in Cabo San Lucas over the holidays, and cemented his place as one of the most offensive celebrities of 2012. Sarah was offended by Chris Brown, and Danny is annoyed by Rihanna. Mike Jones cites Donald Trump. Who would you consider to be the most offensive or annoying celebrity of 2012?

Danny Bonaduce, Life Coach, counsels a mom whose 26-year-old son is living with an abusive girlfriend.

Sarah has been watching “American Horror Story” and thinking there’s no way she could ever be mistaken for a mental patient and thrown into a psychiatric hospital, but then it actually happened to a man in Australia. Now she has this irrational fear that she could be mistakenly locked up. What is something you know won’t happen to you, but you’re afraid it will happen anyway?

All this, and for some reason Danny recounts in extraordinary detail an altercation he had at a movie theater over the holidays that has nothing at all to do with what we were talking about at the time, on today’s Danny Bonaduce Show.

Listen to 5:45 to 7:00 a.m. HERE.

Listen to 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. HERE.

Listen to 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. HERE.

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