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"I can think of no more ideal place for them to reside than an Alaskan Blockbuster store", Oliver told the audience.
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The British star, who said he'd got a bit carried away with the online shopping, later admitted that he was going to give the entire collection to the last remaining Blockbuster in Anchorage. "Just call us in the next 48 hours and we will send this to you". The internet speculated that the bidder was none other than Oliver himself, fueled by his earlier reference on the show lampooning the odd nature of the auction, and that item itself. He did this as a prelude to an offer he hopes Blockbuster management can't refuse - Russel Crowe's jockstrap from the movie Cindarella Man, free of charge. Have a look at the video below, if you're not scrambling to complete your own taxes before they're due on April 17.