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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Charlie Day returned to his alma matter, Merrimack College, over the weekend to inform graduates that their degrees "will basically do nothing" for them. In a graduation year when student protests nixed a slew of commencement addresses, Day served up an irreverent, poignant, punchline-packed speech that showed why such addresses, though often irrelevant, don't have to be so. --Jon Terbush
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