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    A Kathy Kinney 'Christmas Tree' Dress from "The Drew Carey Show." ABC Television, 1995-2004. Made of kelly green metallic polyester, adorned with red tinsel and Christmas ornaments in the form of angels, gift boxes, bulbs, and candy canes; worn by the actress as she portrayed the outrageously costumed and maquillaged "Mimi Bobeck" on the funny sit-com that garnered her a 2008 TV Land Award for 'Co-Worker You're Least Likely to Invite Out for Happy Hour' -- an impressive win as she was up against David Spade for "Just Shoot Me," Rainn Wilson for "The Office," and Kathy Griffin for "Suddenly Susan." (Please note some of the ornamentation has fallen off over the years and is now missing.)

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    April, 2014
    26th-27th Saturday-Sunday
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