Our Favorite Andy Daly Moments from Season 2 of Review [Sponsored]

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As Season 2 of Comedy Central’s irony-laden Review draws to a close, we look back at some of our favorite moments from sad-sack “life reviewer” Forrest MacNeil — perfectly portrayed by comedian Andy Daly. Whether he’s seducing teachers, tanning his way to his best self, or getting buried alive (nbd), Daly’s hapless Forrest delivers the hilarious, cringe-inducing moments that make you go “wow, I’m glad I’m not that guy.” Check out our faves after the jump, and remember to tune in to the season finale tonight, 10/9 central (or any time on the Comedy Central app).

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We’ve all been there. Y’know: wishing you could delegate important life decisions to a piece of plastic.

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The lesson here is don’t trust the big, messy jobs to your intern. Right?

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This clip reminds us of a classic Mitch Hedberg joke: “I was gonna have my teeth whitened, but then I said fuck it. I’ll just get a tan, instead.” Ever the overachiever, Forrest opted for both.

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Classic sight gags. They worked for Gallagher and they work for Andy Daly.

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We almost don’t want him to find out the truth behind this glory hole. Almost.

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The return of Fred Willard! Yes! We wish he could make the toast at our wedding, too.

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Now that’s how you do father/son bonding.

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This man really does not have a good luck with drugs. Nearly as bad as his luck with women.

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Do we sense a Review/OITNB crossover?

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Ugh we hate happy people. Especially, it turns out, happy Forrest.

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