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NUMBER 3 Dick Weber bowls on a lane set up outdoors on New York’s 53rd Street. He destroys a TV set, some fine china, eggs in an aquarium and a video camera — and earns a kiss (on the forehead) from Dave.


EVERYTHING BOWLING, ALL THE TIME


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NUMBER 2 Mike Aulby returns for an encore performance 11 days before Christmas 1989. Appropriately enough, his targets include a bowlful of eggnog, choir boy figurines and Christmas tree ornaments. Another guest on the program, actress Beverly D’Angelo, destroys a gingerbread house, but technically fouls in the process.


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NUMBER 1 Dick Weber returns for more bowling on 53rd Street, this time knocking over and destroying television sets, Champagne glasses filled with brandy, a fishbowl full of gumballs, wind chimes and an aquarium of cottage cheese.


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“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” is scheduled to take over Letterman’s slot on CBS on Sept. 8. Only time will tell whether Colbert turns out to be as good a friend to bowling as was Letterman. But we can tell you that when he was still hosting “The Colbert Report” on Comedy Central, he did feature Pete Weber on his program after PDW won his fifth U.S. Open title.


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