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Jimmy Fallon, Metallica, and The Roots teamed up on The Tonight Show to play the song “Enter Sandman” using classroom instruments such as a baby electric axe, a kazoo, a Fisher-Price drum, and more.

Here is the original “Enter Sandman” music video for comparison:

From the hilarious David Cross TV series The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, season 3, episode 6. When skinheads and Muslims meet unexpectedly, they are united by a common hatred. Definitely NOT politically correct, folks; you’ve been warned!

 

Instant Buzz Ramen Ad

This Japanese commercial for instant Nissin Chikin Ramen is about as insane as it gets.

Seinfeld: The Leaning Susan

This is a full-length, original episode of Seinfeld performed on a bare stage by an acting troupe. The show features uncanny portrayals of the central characters, 90’s commercial parodies, and original Seinfeld standup. Even Susan is back!

A classic clip from the Roseanne show. Roseanne has an enlightening conversation with her local state representative, who immediately regrets his decision to knock on their door.

BBC Earth Unplugged has teamed up with the legendary Aardman Animations, creators of Wallace & Gromit and Creature Comforts, to celebrate the 90th birthday of Sir David Attenborough with three special animations featuring iconic moments from Sir David’s career.

BBC Earth Unplugged has teamed up with the legendary Aardman Animations, creators of Wallace & Gromit and Creature Comforts, to celebrate the 90th birthday of Sir David Attenborough with three special animations featuring iconic moments from Sir David’s career.

BBC Earth Unplugged has teamed up with the legendary Aardman Animations, creators of Wallace & Gromit and Creature Comforts, to celebrate the 90th birthday of Sir David Attenborough with three special animations featuring iconic moments from Sir David’s career.

AIDS Burger

Lafayette from True Blood dishes up a plate of whoop-ass.

 

Breaking Bad Ending’s HIDDEN Truth

The Film Theorists present an excellent argument that Walter White DIDN’T die at the end of Breaking Bad:

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