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Clown Performs at State Theatre, Preacher Dismayed

Bill Dawes graced State College with his presence on Monday to attend the local premiere of Tucker Max’s new movie, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell. The most redeeming aspect of the movie: it’s pioneering the genre of fratire. A whole new world awaits!

Dawes and his gang of Jackass-wannabes filmed a video downtown during the premiere. Check it out below. Spot your friends and local celebs! (Including the new new Willard Preacher, natch.)

Note: this post originally and inaccurately stated that it was Tucker Max himself in the videos. We then assumed that Bill Dawes, the video’s host, also played Tucker Max in the movie. That was also wrong. Max is played by Matt Czuchry. Thanks to Devon from Nittany White Out for helping us out.

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