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  1. Ozzy's got a lot to be happy about on his 54th birthday; he's got a great wife and kids, a fantastic music career, and he's in the best shape of his life. Almost. His trainer tries to get Ozzy to jog a whole five miles on his birthday, but Ozzy's......  Read Full Episode Summary »

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  1. Ozzy's got a lot to be happy about on his 54th birthday; he's got a great wife and kids, a fantastic music career, and he's in the best shape of his life. Almost. His trainer tries to get Ozzy to jog a whole five miles on his birthday, but Ozzy's new shoes bother him and he quits at just over a mile.



    On the ride home, Ozzy tries out his new car, a BMW that features voice-activated commands. It's set to recognize anyone's voice, so naturally it doesn't understand a word Ozzy says. While others can get the radio to turn on and off effortlessly, music keeps playing as Ozzy repeats, "radio off" over and over again. The car becomes the unwilling K.I.T.T. to Ozzy's Knight Rider, as Ozzy is unable to get the car to do anything except nag him with a persistent, "Could you repeat that?" Ozzy finally gets frustrated and tells the car to, "**** off." Silence. Finally a command it can understand.



    Ozzy's birthday is a quiet affair at home, until Jack takes the family out back to set off some fireworks by the pool. Afterwards, Sharon encourages Ozzy to let go of some birthday balloons and make a wish as they head towards the sky.



    The next day, Ozzy and his trainer try to make the five-mile run. This time Ozzy is successful, although his trainer's own level of super-fitness causes Ozzy to question his trainer's species. Ozzy says his trainer never sweats, never drinks water, and never has to "take a piss," leading Ozzy to proclaim his trainer to be Satan himself. Then again, who better to whip the Prince of Darkness into shape?

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