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An Evening with The Squad

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Reno 911! opened its third season last night with the deputies locked up in prison. They were released by show's end but are no longer on the force. Their new jobs run the gamut from the expected mall security guard gigs to Lieutenant Dangle trying out for "American Idol" while Clemmy decides to be a full time groupie for Steely Dan. We love those cops.

Tonight at the Virgin Megastore on Sunset, the entire cast will be signing copies of the second season DVD set and giving away prizes. The first 50 people in line with get free hats and the first 150 to buy a copy of the DVD will get discounts on Reno 911 Tees. The signing starts at 7 PM.