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Locals celebrate ‘Drunk History’

Jen Kirkman (left), Winona Ryder, and Derek Waters at the premiere.

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Jen Kirkman (left), Winona Ryder, and Derek Waters at the premiere.

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Milton’s Jenny Slate and Needham’s Jen Kirkman were in Los Angeles the other night to celebrate the television premiere of “Drunk History,” a popular series on FunnyOrDie.com that’s now on Comedy Central. The women are both featured on the
program, which has comedians and
actors reenacting great moments in history as retold by very intoxicated narrators.

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