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It feels like just yesterday when Conan O’Brien was basically fired from The Tonight show on NBC and made the decision to jump ship to TBS on basic cable.
Thankfully, it all worked out for the best, with CONAN turning out to be a popular hit.
To celebrate season 3, animators Smearballs and Cyriak assisted Team Coco to help make this impressive and entertaining supercut mash up music video from the best scenes from 150 hours of Coco footage.
WTF never felt so good.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/11/19/outrageous-conan-season-3-supercut-music-video/
The younger generation, who is so used to once shocking trends, such as a black president, a woman secretary of state, and openly gay celebrities and public figures, would be shocked if they saw how America, the land of the free, really once was. Gays were detested and hated with great venom, and it was only through time, effort, and difficult struggle that more Americans are considered equal than ever before. There is more work to do, but let’s enjoy how far we’ve come. The video is shared by LGBT rights activist, and Star Trek celebrity George Takei.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/01/17/the-gay-rights-movement/
Being funny, witty, and charming on a nightly basis is pretty much impossible, so late night hosts will often take advantage of the same few lines to cover for those repetitious, awkward situations.
But after his show ends, David Letterman seems seriously stuck on the guest band’s drum set. Over and over, all Dave has for the guest musicians is the same, “Are those your drums?”, or “Can I buy your drums?”, and “So did you rent the drums?”.
Leave it to the CBC Music YouTube channel to point out the famous talk show host’s obsession with this brand new compilation video.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/06/12/david-letterman-are-those-your-drums-compilation/
It’s a nice little zing when you hear the title of the movie you’re watching in the actual dialogue. There’s some form of subconscious satisfaction from hearing those words that you read before the movie. honsco cut up and mashed together 80 movies that said the name of the movie in the conversation.
Here’s an older video with the same idea:
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2011/03/18/saying-the-movie-title-in-the-actual-movie-compilation/
It’s no wonder America is the fattest country in the world. Just look at our food commercials. Be it Burger King, Red Lobster, or Olive Garden, those marketers know how to make food look sexy. The water splashes everywhere. The fire kisses the meat to give a perfect char. It’s all in slow motion, and just so perfect! You’ll get hungry just watching this.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2011/10/17/sexy-food-in-commercials-compilation/
Way back in 1990, complex special effects weren’t as easy to come by as they are today. Heck, kids in college have more power on their iMacs than the special effects guys back in the day.
So movies had to depend on real effect in their movies, and a favorite was breaking glass. 1990 sci-fi hit, Total Recall, took the glass breaking a little too far, as evident from this super cut featured on BlameItOnTheVoices and NYMag.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/03/15/all-breaking-glass-scenes-in-total-recall-mashup/
When people say nothing is new in Hollywood, they mean it. Even a simple saying like, ‘walk with me, talk with me,’ has been over used to no end. And the fact that Hollywood loves to parody itself so much really takes all this ‘walking and talking’ t0o far.
Super cut master Slacktory couldn’t help but notice all the walking and talking in movies and TV, and created this compilation of the overused line that is covered by Vulture, StuffIStole, and TheFw.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/07/25/walking-and-talking-about-walking-and-talking/
You may or may not be surprised, but there are many animals playing on tablet computer viral videos out there. Slacktory cut together all the most popular ones into this super cut video that is shared by Neatorama.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/01/19/animals-playing-video-games-on-ipads-compilation/
Eerie suspense followed by a cat bursting out from the darkness is one of the most cliche horror movie gimmicks. But that doesn’t stop unoriginal directors from using the tactic over and over.
The It’s Just A Cat trick has been used so many times, cinema-obsessed Slacktory had no trouble creating this super cut of cats scaring people in the movies.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/10/09/just-a-cat-in-horror-movies-supercut/