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Animal House 

Stand-up comedian Dan Grueter comes from a large family. No surprise that his veterinarian dad had to occasionally cut corners with his 11 kids. “He was so cheap that he thought [he was] qualified to be our family doctor,” says Grueter. “One time I cut my foot on some glass, and he refused to take me to the people doctor. I had to walk to school with one of those big-ass cones around my head. It stared to rain, and I panicked.”
May 15, 8 p.m.

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