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Tonight: Never Not Funny's Pardcast-a-Thon
Comedian Jimmy Pardo's (LAist Interview) popular and hilarious podcast, Never Not Funny, hosts its first ever all-night webcast telethon tonight (Pardcast-a-thon) from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. This all-nighter is a fundraiser to benefit The Smile Train, a charity focused on repairing the cleft lip and palates of afflicted children in developing nations.
Pardo will be joined by co-host Matt Belknap (LAist Interview) and comedian Pat Francis. This special evening will also feature a string of special celebrity guests who have not yet been announced. Some past ones have been: Jon Hamm, Andy Richter, Adam Carolla, Patton Oswalt, Rob Corddry, and Greg Behrendt.
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