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Live in Chicago? Capone has details on an exclusive AICN screening of BAD TEACHER!!!

Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here.

I kind of dig that all of the major comedies of this summer appear to be R-rated fare aimed squarely at adults (or adults that act like children), and I'm especially excited that the only one of these comedies with an abundance of children actually in it is BAD TEACHER, starring Cameron Diaz, Jason Segal, and Justin Timberlake. What's got me especially excited about BAD TEACHER is its director, Jake Kasdan, who has helmed everything from ZERO EFFECT, ORANGE COUNTY, THE TV SET, and WALK HARD to several episodes of "Freaks and Geeks" and "Undeclared."

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So, for you lucky folks in the Chicago area, I've got an entire theater filled with 250 seats just waiting for your asses to fill them, and perhaps even shit yourself laughing. This means I've got 125 admit-two passes for an early screening of BAD TEACHER on Thursday, June 23 at 7:30pm at a theater in downtown Chicago (the exact location will only be given to those who win). Here's how you win tickets:

Send me an email at (please note the new email address) with the subject line "F*ck My @$$" (exactly like that). In the body of the email, I need your Name, whether or not you're bringing a Guest (guests' names are not required), and the answer to the following question (read carefully): "If you were giving the job of shaping young minds, what subject would you teach and why?" Keep your responses BRIEF--limit it to 75 words (no matter how tempted you are to go over the limit). People with the most interesting and original answers win. Winners will hear from me very soon.

Although this is an exclusive AICN event, it will be slightly overbooked to make sure there is a full house. So you should arrive early to make sure you get in and get a good seat. If you can't arrive early, don't enter this contest. If there's even the slightest chance you or your guest will have to back out of attending if you do win, don't enter. If you have a job that might make you late or unable to attend, or an ill/pregnant relative, or a temperamental significant other, or a scratchy throat, do not enter.

Anyone not showing up without informing me 24 hours ahead of time so I can fill their seats runs the risk of being no longer eligible for future screening contests.

Good luck, everyone! And thanks to Columbia Pictures for giving us this very fun screening.

-- Capone
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