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New hosts to run the party at popular late-night show

The Untrainables, (from left) Nate Johnson, Ken Reid, Sean Sullivan, and Renata Tutko, are taking over 'Great and Secret.' The Untrainables, (from left) Nate Johnson, Ken Reid, Sean Sullivan, and Renata Tutko, are taking over "Great and Secret."
By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / February 23, 2007

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The Boston comedy landscape is going to look very different after next week. As the Walsh Brothers leave town for Los Angeles, they lead an exodus of another half-dozen or so talented young comedians. That's a big void, and it will be up to groups like the Untrainables, to whom the Walsh Brothers hand off their Thursday night "Great and ... (Full article: 557 words)

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