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Happy Thanksgiving! From President Obama, Charlie Brown & Steve Martin

We've prepared quite a Thanksgiving feast for today's video lunch. We're serving up President Obama pardoning a Thanksgiving Turkey, Thanksgiving-centric films and a little College Humor. Watch Charlie Brown and the gang prepare for their very own Thanksgiving feast, Ed O'Neill battle a teenager, Steve Martin ask for "a fucking automobile" and one way to avoid surprise visitors on November 24.
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