The geniuses over at Bad Lip Reading, who dub over popular movies, TV shows, and sporting events with ridiculous dialogue – have taken on the zombie drama and given it a whole new comedic spin.
In this YouTube clip, Daryl and Beth argue about turtles and a birthday party, Hershel discusses his “Slender Man undies”, Carl bursts into his own hip hop song, and Bob Stookey sounds like Kermit the Frog.
One thing is for sure, even when he’s arguing with Rick over an apple, Tyreese is still a pretty intense dude.
Have a listen here:
The more serious version of The Walking Dead will have its season 5 premiere on Oct. 12.
Saturday Night Live has officially announced its guest list for the first two episodes of the season.
The show’s 40th season kicks off on Sept. 27 with some major blockbuster power. Chris Pratt, star of summer hit Guardians of the Galaxy and NBC’s Parks and Recreation (who also happens to be extremely funny), will host the premiere with musical guest Ariana Grande.
The following week, comedian and former SNL castmember Sarah Silverman will return to Studio 8H for hosting duties on Oct. 4. Unfortunately, the show wasn’t able to book a musical act as interesting as Silverman, so we’ll just have to settle for Maroon 5 again as musical guests that week.
The Sarah Silverman news is interesting. Could the 40th season have a homecoming theme where hard-to-get SNL alum – especially those who have never hosted before or haven’t hosted in a long time – finally show up to dazzle us on set?
There were rumours Bill Murray was on board for the season opener, but could he still show up on a later episode? What about Eddie Murphy? Jane Curtain? Molly Shannon? Randy Quaid? Uhhh – nix that last one.
The first glimpse of Better Call Saul is a fleeting one.
Blink your eyes a couple of times and you’ll miss it.
But the nine-second teaser for AMC’s Breaking Bad spinoff, starring Walter White’s lawyer Saul Goodman (then known as Jimmy McGill) is all we’ve got for the time being.
In the short clip, which debuted last night during a Breaking Bad marathon, a younger- looking Goodman is telling a prospective client about the importance of having a lawyer.
“Lawyers: we’re like health insurance,” Goodman explains. “You hope you never need it, but man oh man, not having it? No, phew.”
Better Call Saul, starring Bob Odenkirk, is set to debut in February 2015. It is a prequel to AMC’s ratings juggernaut Breaking Bad, featuring Goodman as the crooked lawyer for chemistry teacher-turned meth maker White.