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Was A Certain PE Honcho The Object Of Michael Ian Black's Ire Last Saturday Night?

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Just saying, he does love WWII-inspired humor, hasn't missed a MIB set since discovering the comedian in his Sierra Mist arc, and needed a dark, safe space to let it all out. [Gawker]

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