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Bleepin' golden: Mayor Kane loves to swear in 'Boss'

If you ever wondered what Mayor Tom Kane's favorite cuss word is, well, a new video mash-up of the "Boss" man might give you an idea. Or maybe not.

Kelsey Grammer, playing the hard-cursing, soul-crushing mayor in the Starz drama, cuts loose with a litany of NSFW expletives, but I think he favors the simple, classic F-word and its various iterations.

The video is bleepin' awesome. You can watch Kane spew more swear words when "Boss" airs new episodes at 8 p.m. CT Fridays on Starz. If you've missed what's happened so far in Season 2, Starz will broadcast a marathon of the season on its National Boss Day, Oct. 16, beginning at 9 a.m. You can catch-up on all episodes before the Season 2 finale at 8 p.m.  Oct. 19.

As Mayor Kane might say, "Shut up and bleepin' do it."

Yes, slur.

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