Yes, Andy's penpal from Alaska sucks, yes, Abraham Lincoln invented karate, and yes, Andy rips out guest Carson Daly's arm hair. But, remember, it is his show.

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Yes, Andy's penpal from Alaska sucks, yes, Abraham Lincoln invented karate, and yes, Andy rips out guest Carson Daly's arm hair. But, remember, it is his show.

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step right up for the kissing booth for five dollars to kiss Carson Daily's hand
9 August 2007 | by (United States florida) – See all my reviews

This episode is Hilarius. This first skit is when Andy Milonakis orders pizza and then there was a word on the pizza it said "Andy Milonakis is dead for years and then he slip on a slice of pizza then went into. Just then he sings a song with his guitar about what happened to Andy Milonakis ( "My Advice" its a joke Andy is making up himself). In the next skit Andy Milonakis could not reach the light so Andy Milonakis pull with a type of thing on his arm and then happens to an innovation. The next skit is when Wubbie was playing with the computer and then looked at a picture of dogs. In the next skit Andy Milonakis could not find his shoes and then Andy had a idea to let Saint Andrews head to find the shoes. Whats Hilarius is karate Lincon. This episode is Hilarius you will like this episode and so does the other episode and seasons.


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