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Montel talks with the legendary Tommy Chong on this episode of Let’s Be Blunt with Montel. Tommy Chong is actor, best-selling author and Grammy Award winning comedian. Best known as one half of the iconic comedy duo, Cheech and Chong and a 40 + year advocate for cannabis legalization. Many younger fans know him from his role as the hippie Leo on the hit TV Series That 70’s Show. Tommy talks with Montel about his love of everything cannabis, sharing a prison cell with the Wolf of Wall Street while serving time for a paraphernalia offense, and his own cannabis company and product line, Tommy Chongs Cannabis.

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