January 22nd, 2008
|06:21 pm - That pun is TOTALLY COOL!|
FatalFarm, the folks who gave us Lasagna Cat, also re-did television intros. Here's The Facts of Life. TERRIBLE PUNS!
Some of them are quite whimsical. Some of them, however, border on the incredibly tasteless -- border? Some of 'em are. YouTube gave me a clickthru warning for the most disturbing. But The Golden Girls one is also hilarious and disturbing, but clean, pretty much.
Plus now I have a new LJ icon.
I did the same thing yesterday and was really disappointed by the ill shit. I'm glad the Garfield material doesn't tend that way.
Tastelessness, like humor, can be inexplicable.
I GUESS WE BEST INVESTIGATE!
The Ducktales intro was my favorite -- sick to be sure, but I couldn't stop giggling.
I didn't get a warning before the DuckTales or Cheers. Is there one worse?
(I'm still laughing over Doogie Howser, though.)
The DuckTales one was pretty disturbing and I didn't get a warning either.
The Happy Days and Zoobilee Zoo ones are much, much worse.
The Doogie Howser one was brilliant once you go back and watch him in every shot.
And now that I know which ones are the worst, do I avoid them or do I go back and make sure I watch?
Yeah, the Happy Days one was pretty awful, too. So was Night Court, honestly.
I have to admit the Ducktales one was, um, wrong. In such a good way.
Not on their official YouTube page is Alf
, which is also wrong.Edited at 2008-01-23 02:17 am (UTC)
Ok, that Alf one is hilariously disturbing. Good stuff.
|Date:||January 23rd, 2008 05:38 am (UTC)|| |
That's funny in an ironic sort of way, since Mindy Cohn has resurfaced as the voice of Velma on What's New, Scooby Doo?