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Amanda Bynes Receives Much Needed Advice from Dr. Mrs. Monarch at Comic-Con 2013

Amanda Bynes Receives Much Needed Advice from Dr. Mrs. Monarch at Comic-Con 2013

  • While we had Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick – creators and voice actors of Adult Swim’s hit animated series, “The Venture Bros.” – in the hot seat at Nerd HQ during San Diego Comic-Con 2013, we put their acting skills to the test.

    If anyone can help set Amanda Bynes on a better path, away from the cheek piercings and creepy sour patch kid selfies, it's this tough broad. As she says, "We're all very concerned and very worried about you. So be a lamb and knock it off! It's tacky."

    Also, check out Jackson Publick as the villainous Monarch performing the infamous apocalypse monologue from "Pacific Rim".

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