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LAS VEGAS - Six minutes into his new Showtime series, Andrew Dice Clay faces one of his harshest critics. It isn’t MTV, which once banned him, or the National Organization for Women, which protested his hosting “Saturday Night Live” back in 1990.

It is David, a gay man getting ready to marry into the comic’s TV family. The Dice Man has just offered a little pre-wedding advice. David snickers. Tips from a man who refers to women as piglets?

“Yeah,” Clay says with a Brooklyn shrug. “In my act. There’s a big difference between Andrew, who is in front of you right now, and the guy onstage when I’m performing.”

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