Robin Thicke's Talk Show Aims To Prove He's Not Sexist (VIDEO)

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Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" might have decidedly sexist overtones, but the pop star's talk show is all about respecting the ladies.

Watch comedian Eliot Glazer do his best Thicke impression in this Above Average sketch. Not only does he interview Paula Deen (Abra Tabak) and Anthony Weiner (Dan Fox), but he rewrites a few verses of the song of the summer to be more about women's brains and less about their butts.

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