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AOTS Friday, September 17

Posted September 17, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
For those who like to dabble in S&M, check out the vacuum bed, where someone is sucked into a latex envelope through a suction pump. Carrie Keagan, Kevin Pereira and Mistress January Seraph are in studio to demonstrate this strange device.
Power Girl
Carrie Keagan is Power Girl but you better watch out, or else she'll use her superpowers on you. In this episode, she's pretty sure she can eat a raw turkey.
Nicole Daboub Meets the Vacuum Bed
When a real, working vacuum bed makes its way onto the studio, everyone's gotta try it out! Check out Nicole DaBoub as she allows herself to get sucked into the latex bed from our WTF fetish segment with Kevin Pereira!
Janet Montgomery joins Kevin Pereira on stage to talk about the second season of her Fox series, 'Human Target' and her role as Eric's assistant on HBO's 'Entourage.' From superheroes to Hollywood, Janet's got all the bases covered.
Skateboard Moonwalk, Spider-Man vs. Vibrator, Half Speed 'Judge Judy,' 'Boys N' The Ring,' Crazy Hit and Run.
Kevin and Olivia preview 1987's most anticipated games including
Kevin and Olivia preview 1987's most anticipated games including "Mega Man" and "Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!"
The final installment of Bungie's popular 'Halo' series is finally coming to a close with the release of 'Halo: Reach.' Morgan Webb and Kevin Pereira talk about the return to the 'Halo' universe and if the game lives up to all the hype.
With an Intel dual core processor, next generation NVIDIA Ion graphics and only 1.4" thick, the Asus Eee PC 1215N may make users forget they're even using a netbook. Kevin Pereira and Carrie Keagan review the device that sells for $485.
Your wardrobe options just got a little sweeter with this featured threads, like a limited edition collaboration between skateboard company, Raw, and comic book artist James Callahan, as well as a customizable sweatshirts from Neighborhoodies.

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