A New Year's Eve Supercut!

Let's toast with some sparkling grape juice. In case you're not making it out tonight, you can live vicariously through a bunch of fictional people pretending to party. None of them end up crying on a stoop or throw up on their parents' friends. Watch this and relive the magic that was never really there to begin with. I'm surprised it's not four minutes of characters just telling each other to be safe out there and stay off the roads.

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