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The Caption Contest Just Hangs Out.

Happy Caption Wednesday: time to get those humor caps on and come up with  your best caption to this photo: This week's winner will receive a seat in any Studio M taping of their choice, as well as any other prize I find lying around between today and tomorrow. Your deadline is Friday at 4 PM. Have fun, be creative and, as always, play nice!

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09/28/2011 5:14AM
The Caption Contest Just Hangs Out.
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09/28/2011 5:50AM
Dave
Robin Williams first day of comedy and his mom pins his puppet to his shirt.
09/28/2011 6:16AM
Tammy
Pete's Barbershop Zombie Quartet got their big break when Hollywood optioned Pride & Prejudice & Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith.
09/28/2011 6:33AM
chainsaw curtis
"Where everybody knows your name...."
09/28/2011 8:56AM
Todd B
Earlier attempts of KISS posing without their makeup proved to be unsuccessful.
09/28/2011 10:16AM
Kraig
J. Edgar Hoover's top agents celebrate after cleaning out yet another Central American puppet regime.
09/28/2011 10:49AM
Tim
Here's an old photo from Mumford & Son's 'Great Grand Dad' Malcomb (Sheckey) Mumford and his band, The Horse Apples. People would gather from miles around to hear the tunes, Likker up and marvel at the puppet and chainsaw show. Way before their time;they were relegated to small venues, strip malls and stock pavillions.
09/28/2011 11:02AM
Tim
Even Jonathan knows the White Sox gotta clean house...
09/28/2011 12:01PM
Gina Fitzgibbon
The original cast of "The Hangover"
09/28/2011 12:32PM
Kraig
Pictured in front from right to way right are Jeff Fitzgerald, Scott Walker, and Scott Fitzgerald. Pulling the strings in the rear is David Koch.
09/28/2011 7:25PM
Paul H. Henning
According to reliable sources, preparations for Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s farewell tour are progressing nicely.
09/29/2011 8:15AM
Anne
Pictured here are the actors who got final callbacks for the 1992 black-and-white, silent version of Dumb and dumber.
09/29/2011 8:16AM
Anne
Pictured here are the actors who got final callbacks for the 1922 black-and-white, silent version of Dumb and dumber.
09/30/2011 5:06AM
Steve
"Let's put on suits. We'll look classy."
09/30/2011 5:09AM
Steve
The highlight of our trip to the Dells.
09/30/2011 5:13AM
Steve
The lesser known Four Horsemen of the Day After the Apocalypse.
09/30/2011 5:21AM
Steve
Weekend plans: Heading to Bernie's.
09/30/2011 5:47AM
Steve
"Thank you, Bachelor #3....Bachelor #4, same question."
09/30/2011 12:08PM
Kipp
Evidence that passing out and having "one of those friends" isn't new.
09/30/2011 12:47PM
Anne
If Elwin hadn't been so drunk, he would have known that "Let's dress up!" meant his stag party had really got out of hand.
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