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Will 2013 be as funny as 2012 was?

Posted by Adam 12  January 8, 2013 02:51 PM
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According to Adam 12--our own "Mr.-Sunny-Side-of-Life"--2012 was a pretty funny year, despite the horrific acts of mass violence and an election season that painted our country as overwhelmingly divided and negative. Why focus on the bad stuff, though, when there was so much knee-slapping goodness?

Remember "Lettermon," the late-nite host re-imagined as a blunt-toking, head-bobbing rastafarian? Click that link & get irie!


M83's "Midnight City" was omnipresent in 2012. And this fake clip of Bill Clinton ripping the sax solo on the Arsenio Hall Show still gives 12 the giggles.

Oh, and Paul Driscoll was eaten by a dinosaur last year. How is that not funny?


2012 also brought us 'The Eric Andre Show.' Not familiar? It's a bizarre talk show with public-access production quality that opens each episode with the host trashing his set.

Oh, and most of his guests are fake.

See? 2012 had some chuckles. 2013 had better start bringing the funny. Maybe that old lady can find another classic piece of artwork to "restore?"


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