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Thoughts About Labor Day from Katie Couric, Alia Shawkat, Har Mar Superstar and Jimmy Vincent
Maybe you think that Labor Day is just a celebration of the fine American past time of grilling. Well, it's time for you to learn a thing or two, courtesy of some of our country's finest TV anchors and actors.
Here, Katie Couric schools the world on the real meaning of Labor Day:
And on the flip side, here is Funny or Die's take on the holiday, with Har Mar Superstar, Alia Shawkat and Jimmy Vincent:
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