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December 12, 2015-December 13, 2015 – I went to a bar, or I was watching a group of people hang out at a bar. Michael Che was with some guy. Che wasn’t really feeling the place, even though they were on a rollercoaster, there were a lot of fluffy candy-coated decorations, and other fun and games. It turned out that he had had an awkward experience with a girl here, and there was a chance he would run into her tonight.

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Shavior

October 5, 2015-October 6, 2015 – I was lying down somewhere with some stubble on my face. I was ready and very willing to shave, but I was too tired to get up. I was going to be really uncomfortable doing whatever I would be doing if I wasn’t able to shave. I managed to get a few swipes in, but I was unable to get the rest at the moment. My dad was walking around.

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December 25, 2015-December 26, 2015 – I realized that I hadn’t written a review of the SNL episode hosted by Adam McKay, and it was already Monday. I was going to get up and submit it quickly. I hadn’t watched the promo spots, so I was thinking I should watch them to help me with my review. I was wondering if this episode had actually aired, seeing as the Tina and Amy episode was supposed to be the last of the year. But it definitely felt like it had aired, though.

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(NOTE: In my dreams, celebrities usually appear as conflations of themselves and the characters they play.  So if a dream takes place in a movie or TV show, then its characters are usually also the actors that play them.  There a few exceptions: animated characters generally are not counted this way, as they don’t tend to have this same conflated quality.  So, an appearance by Bart Simpson would not also count as an appearance by Nancy Cartwright.  Also, for fictional characters that have had multiple iterations: an appearance by Superman doesn’t count as an appearance by Henry Cavill unless it is the version of Superman as played by Henry Cavill.)

Once again, Joel McHale and Alison Brie took the top two spots, though their totals dipped from last year’s. This was probably due to Community wrapping up about midway through the year and me generally being at peace with this probably being the Greendale Gang’s series finale.
Elsewhere, as I continued my quest to become a Jeopardy! contestant, Alex Trebek loomed large in my subconscious.

Joel McHale – 8 (each time as Jeff Winger)
Alison Brie – 7 (six times as Annie Edison)
Alex Trebek – 6
Chris Gethard – 4
Chris Harrison – 3
Ken Jeong – 3 (each time as Ben Chang)
Danny Pudi – 3 (each time as Abed Nadir)
Eric André – 2
Peter Capaldi – 2 (as The Doctor)
Bill Corbett – 2
Hugh Dancy – 2 (each time as Will Graham)
Kirsten Dunst – 2
Billy Eichner – 2
Nathan Fielder – 2
Martin Freeman – 2
Ron Funches – 2
Kerry Greene (Jeopardy! contestant) – 2
Matt Jackson (Jeopardy! contestant) – 2
Alex Jacob (Jeopardy! contestant) – 2
Gillian Jacobs – 2 (each time as Britta Perry)
Jake Johnson – 2 (once as Nick Miller)
Lamorne Morris – 2 (each time as Winston Bishop)
Mike Nelson – 2
Bob Odenkirk – 2 (each time as Jimmy McGill)
Amy Poehler – 2
Bart Simpson – 2
Lisa Simpson – 2
Reggie Watts – 2
Ad Rock – 1
Jason Alexander – 1
Stephen Amell – 1 (as Oliver Queen, sort of)
Anthony Anderson – 1 (as Dre Johnson)
Samuel Anderson – 1 (as Danny Pink from Doctor Who)
Fred Armisen – 1
Iggy Azalea – 1
Justin Baldoni – 1 (as Rafael Solano from Jane the Virgin)
Jonathan Banks – 1 (as Mike Ehrmantraut)
Joy Behar – 1
Bender Bending Rodriguez – 1
Beck Bennett – 1
Tom Bergeron – 1
Joe Biden – 1
Michael Ian Black – 1
Rowan Blanchard – 1 (as Riley Matthews)
Mel Brooks – 1
Jules Brown – 1
Verne Brown – 1
Colby Burnett (Jeopardy! contestant) – 1
Jere Burns – 1
Lizzy Caplan – 1 (as Virginia Johnson)
Sabrina Carpenter – 1 (as Maya Hart from Girl Meets World)
Aya Cash – 1 (as Gretchen, sort of, from You’re the Worst)
Katie Cassidy – 1 (as Laurel Lance, sort of)
Chevy Chase – 1 (as Pierce Hawthorne)
Jessica Chastain – 1
Michael Che – 1
Kristin Chenoweth – 1
Brock Ciarlelli – 1 (as Brad Bottig from The Middle)
Louis C.K. – 1
Jenna Coleman – 1 (as Clara Oswald)
James Corden – 1
Chris Cornell – 1
Roger Craig (Jeopardy! contestant) – 1
Rhys Darby – 1
Keith David – 1 (as Elroy Patashnik from Community)
Pete Davidson – 1
Jeff Davis – 1
Lana Del Rey – 1
Robert De Niro – 1
Cameron Esposito – 1
J.D. Evermore – 1 (as Sheriff Carl Daggett from Rectify)
Will Ferrell – 1
fun. – 1
Josh Gad – 1
Johnny Galecki – 1 (as Leonard Hofstadter)
Ilana Glazer – 1
Domhnall Gleeson – 1
Evonne Goolagong – 1
Ariana Grande – 1
Tony Hale – 1
Jon Hamm – 1
Marcia Gay Harden – 1
Chris Hardwick – 1
Dan Harmon – 1
Simon Helberg – 1 (as Howard Wolowitz)
Liam Hemsworth – 1
Allison Janney – 1
January Jones – 1
Stacy Keach – 1
Brie Larson – 1
Jennifer Lewis – 1 (as Ruby Johnson from black-ish)
Andrew Lincoln – 1 (as Rick Grimes)
Christopher Lloyd – 1 (as Doc Brown)
Demi Lovato – 1
Jon Lovitz – 1
Marcie (from Peanuts) – 1
Mateo the Baby from Jane the Virgin – 1
August Maturo – 1 (as Auggie Matthews from Girl Meets World)
Floyd Mayweather – 1
Adam McKay – 1
Stephen Merchant – 1
Peyton Meyer – 1 (as Lucas Friar from Girl Meets World)
Phil Mickelson – 1
Thomas Middleditch – 1 (as Richard Hendricks)
TJ Miller – 1 (as Erlich Bachman)
Kyle Mooney – 1
Elisabeth Moss – 1 (as Peggy Olson)
Kevin Murphy – 1
Kumail Nanjiani – 1 (as Dinesh Chugtai)
Kevin Nash – 1 (as Tarzan from Magic Mike)
Martina Navratilova – 1
Kunal Nayyar – 1 (as Raj Koothrappali)
Kevin Nealon – 1
Erik Charles Nielsen – 1 (as Garrett Lambert)
Yoko Ono – 1
Randall Park – 1
Jim Parsons – 1 (as Sheldon Cooper)
Pearl (drag queen) – 1
Peppermint Patty – 1
Oliver Platt – 1
Pope Francis – 1
Chris Pratt – 1
Michael Richards – 1
Daisy Ridley – 1
Rihanna – 1
Duke Davis Roberts – 1 (as Choo-Choo from Justified)
Chris Rock – 1
Gina Rodriguez – 1 (as Jane Gloriana Villanueva)
Mel Rodriguez – 1
RuPaul – 1
Pat Sajak – 1
Blaine Saunders – 1 (as Carly from The Middle)
Paul Scheer – 1
Amy Schumer – 1
Jerry Seinfeld – 1
Atticus Shaffer – 1
Maria Sharapova – 1
Michael Sheen – 1 (as William Masters)
Homer Simpson – 1
Marge Simpson – 1
Aaron Sorkin – 1
Martin Starr – 1 (as Bertram Gilfoyle)
Jason Statham – 1
Mary Steenburgen – 1 (as Clara Clayton)
Ben Stiller – 1 (as Derek Zoolander)
Superman – 1
Kenan Thompson – 1
Verne Troyer – 1
Jerry van Dyke – 1
Vince Vaughn – 1
Violet Chachki – 1
Damon Wayans, Jr. – 1 (as Coach, maybe, from New Girl)
Dominic West – 1 (as Noah Solloway from The Affair)
Armond White – 1
Maisie Williams – 1 (as Ashildr from Doctor Who)
Serena Williams – 1
Patrick Wilson – 1
Rebel Wilson – 1
Jason Witten – 1
Tiger Woods – 1
Zach Woods – 1 (as Donald “Jared” Dunn)
Aden Young – 1 (as Daniel Holden from Rectify)

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Dogged

December 25, 2015-December 26, 2016 – I was watching several family dogs. Most, or all, were them new dogs.

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December 25, 2015-December 26, 2015 – An episode of Harmontown was being recorded in and around my house. I was observing it all from my bedroom. Dan had gone outside and taken a walk with someone. After they arrived back at the house, Mel Brooks was at the door, waiting to join in as a guest. Jeff Davis was talking about something while all this was going on. There was some woman in the shower who I was pretty sure was on the show.

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December 19, 2015-December 20, 2015 – I was watching the Tina Fey/Amy Poehler episode of SNL. There were only a couple minutes before 1:00 AM, but another new sketch started playing. It was a Good Neighbor short. It was a commercial for a product called “Villain Rinse.” It featured Kyle Mooney and Pete Davidson as two users and spokesmen.

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