Category Archives: This Wins the Internet
We are several months removed from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and my opinion hasn’t really changed. It was fine, probably. It wasn’t a big deal. I think the sequel trilogy, on the whole, is a big failure of potential. And now none of that potential will ever come to fruition, unless Disney+ puts out an entire new animated series that tells the stories of Rey, Finn and Poe between the movies. That could definitely be a thing!
Until then, How It Should Have Ended tackles The Rise of Skywalker!
And they do a really good job! Lots of funny gags and bits throughout the video. When they don’t focus on their own in-jokes, they put out good material. Kudos all around!
Do you henchies watch Brian David Gilbert over at Polygon? He’s a funny guy, and he’s been making some great, humorous, academic video game videos on YouTube for awhile now. This is some hilarious stuff, and I like to share hilarity when I find it!
Behold perhaps his greatest achievement: Waluigi, Unraveled!
That is sheer funny. I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did! And I highly recommend going through and watching all of his videos. They’re a gem on this wasteland of an internet.
I don’t watch Saturday Night Live, haven’t for at least a decade. But like most comedy these days, a lot of it shows up on YouTube the next morning. Such is life. Which is where I watched this funny Joker parody starring David Harbour as a gritty Oscar the Grouch!
That’s some good parody! I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
It’s the last day of my vacation, so my laziness is still at peak Sean. So how about we enjoy this Monday with this funny Simpsons/real life video from Katrin von Niederhäusern. It’s really fun!
I should probably visit New Orleans some day. I’ve lived in America for my entire life but I’ve barely visited a quarter of it.
The internet is full of wonderfully creative people. Take, for example, Octopie, who released this bitchin’ animated short showing Stranger Things as an old anime!
Looks fantastic! That’s real talent and skill!
I enjoyed the third season of Stranger Things, though I think they’ve lost the creative spark that made the first season so memorable. Now it’s more like comfort food TV. They haven’t done anything nearly as creative or as original as that thing with the Christmas lights and the letters. Now it’s just a happy good time hanging out with all of our favorite characters. Still enjoyable!