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Getting Tipsy

Drunk History’s season 6 premiere (Jan. 15 at 10 p.m. on Comedy Central) scares up famous faces and reveals the unlikely origin story of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Derek Waters directs Seth Rogen and Will Ferrell

”I LOST MY ELBOW,” ANNOUNCES Seth Rogen, scanning the retro laboratory in this historic Pasadena basement for a spare body part. “Oh, there it is!”

Action is called on the Drunk History set, and Rogen transforms into Victor Frankenstein, tossing appendages onto a gurney. “He took

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