Adam Conover

host of “Adam Ruins Everything"

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The internet comedy website CollegeHumor laid off nearly its entire staff -- more than 100 people -- last week.

Comedy websites discover that moving their content to Facebook was a bad idea

The internet comedy website CollegeHumor laid off nearly its entire staff -- more than 100 people -- last week.

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In his comedy series “   Adam Ruins Everything   ,” Adam Conover reveals hidden truths behind everyday things people accept without question. Season three premieres tonight on TruTV.

Comedian Adam Conover ruins what you think you know

In his comedy series “ Adam Ruins Everything ,” Adam Conover reveals hidden truths behind everyday things people accept without question. Season three premieres tonight on TruTV.

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