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Comedian Susie Essman Plays 'Not My Job'

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Comedian Susie Essman Plays 'Not My Job'

Comedian Susie Essman Plays 'Not My Job'

Comedian Susie Essman Plays 'Not My Job'

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Susie Essman
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Comedian Susie Essman is definitely not a saint: She's best known for her profanity-laden tirades at Larry David in her role as Susie Greene on Curb Your Enthusiasm. And her new book — What Would Susie Say — has a subtitle that we can't say on the radio.

In true Not My Job tradition, Essman will play a game called "You're sanctified, beatified, and a really nice guy." Three questions about saints of the Catholic Church.

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