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David Cross is one of those guys who show up and make everything they're in a whole lot funnier: from Arrested Development to Kung Fu Panda to Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind to his own cult classic TV show Mr. Show and his IFC series The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.

We've invited Cross to play a game called "Rick Santorum wasn't the only loser Tuesday night." The New Hampshire primary isn't just the nation's earliest primary election — it's also the political contest that allows just about anyone to get on the official ballot. We'll ask Cross questions about three defeated Republican hopefuls you've probably never heard of.

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