But Andy Ain't No Luger ...

The U.S. Olympic Committee normally has its hands full dealing with doping track stars and unprepared host cities. But this month the committee is tackling a new threat to sportsmanship: comedians. The agency said it would sue the ImprovOlympic--a 24-year-old Chicago club that launched comics Mike Myers, Tina Fey and Andy Dick--if it doesn't change its name. "It is confusing," says Dick. "I wandered in there with my discus once." Rather than duke it out over the trademark of the word olympic, the club and its L.A. outpost will now be called I.O. The seven dirty words, luckily for the comics,...

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