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Candy Man


As a relatively new comedian making his bones on the stand-up circuit, Roy Wood Jr. travels a lot from gig to gig. Lately, he says, it's become quite a hassle. "I was on a flight from Houston to Tampa, and they [confiscated] my Skittles," recalls the 26-year-old Alabama native. "They told me, 'It might be a bomb.' Terrorists are making bombs, but they're not taking time to make them bit-sized and tropical-flavored."
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