This is a mashup video created by Youtuber Jonkari P of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May of Britain’s Top Gear attempting to trebuchet a giant in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Things do not go according to plan. Man, I collected SO MANY giant’s toes in Skyrim. I
This is a video of Wheel Of Fortune contestant Charlene Rubush being denied a win in the bonus round after pausing too long between words while solving ‘CHOOSING THE RIGHT WORD’. She first guesses ‘CHOOSING THE RIGHT CARD”, then afterwards, ‘CHOOSING THE RIGHT……..WORD!’, but Pat says she paused too long
Because this is the internet, and the internet sleeps with both eyes open, muttering under its breath, this is a 30-second supercut of Star Trek characters pronouncing omicron, almost as if they knew decades ago that it would be the name of a new pandemic virus variant. Or maybe just
This is a blooper reel for the lovable corgi Ein (Einstein) from Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop. Apparently Ein’s real name is Harry, and he doesn’t like to take direction. I can see now why he made the perfect addition to the Bebop crew. Now I haven’t gotten around
The internet: let’s just stop beating around the bush — it’s a cesspool. But do I still swim in it? Of course I do, I mean I did bring my water wings. And floating around this cesspool, bobbing like a carefree turd is this video of the red light/green light
Because this is the internet and the internet never stops churning up mysterious creatures from its murky depths, this is a video of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’s Frank (and Mac) casually deepfaked into Squid Games. Unsurprisingly, Frank fails to heed Mac’s advice to play it subtle and things don’t
This is yet another delicious remix from South African musician The Kiffness (previously), this time turning the giant robotic doll’s “red light, green light, one, two, three” (“mugunghwa kkoci pieot seumnida”) from the first Squid Game into a looping song, complete with the doll dancing via the magic of CGI.
Because NBC wants to remind you it’s spent a lot of time and money developing its Peacock streaming app and you should totally use it, this is a clip from Peacock’s Olympic Highlights With Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg of the duo providing commentary for clips chosen by their producers