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His stammer is his signature, and it's made audiences laugh out loud for decades. This week, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts named Bob Newhart its recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. In honor of Bob Newhart's award, we hear an excerpt of his stand-up comedy routine from 1965.



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