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Windy City Heat was a TV movie produced by Comedy Central. It first aired on Comedy Central on October 12, 2003. It was also the setting for the most epic AML argument to ever take place. The movie involves a man named Perry Carravello who thinks he is making a movie called Windy City Heat. The premise of the movie is he isn't really making and starring in a movie, it's all a big joke played on him by Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Carolla. Apparently the joke has been played on him for 10 or 11 years. Every actor, extra, or any other person who appears on the show was paid for by Jimmy Kimmel as a huge prank. So they say...

The day before it was released, Adam informed Liam that the movie was about to air, and that he should come over and watch it, because it looked like it was going to be funny. Liam agreed, and he headed over to Adam's to watch it the next day. During the commercial breaks, Liam started to question the validity of the prank. He argued that there was no way they could have pulled this whole thing off, and that Perry was "acting" like he didn't know what was going on, even though he did. Adam disagreed, citing evidence on his side. The argument began to get heated after the movie ended, and there was much misunderstanding on both sides, mainly because of a confusion about which "Windy City Heat" movie one was talking about, the one that Perry thought he was making, or the Comedy Central movie that the boys were watching. Adam finally had to grab a piece of paper and a pad and draw a picture and explain it logically, amid both of the boys screaming at each other.

Liam still believes to this day that the entire premise was fake: there was no prank and Perry was just acting surprised. However, arguments still rage on the internet today about whether the movie is real or not. The director, Bobcat Goldthwait, claims the movie is 100% real. Most of the discussions can be found in the external links page below.

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