Stumping the stumpers »« Brinicles as the source of life?

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  1. Ulysses says

    “An all-powerful ring which does nothing but turn you into an invisible crack-addict.”

    Thanks for this Mano.

  2. Francisco Bacopa says

    “Gwyneth Paltrow”! Only funny line here. And sure, the good guys had eagles, Ents, and ghost armies; But the bad guys had oliphants, trolls, and artifically gestated Uruk-Hai.

  3. Healer Muse says

    Try this: Provide a synopsis of a Popular Movie by using as few words as possible.
    My synopsis of The Lord of the Rings would be: The Lord of the Rings – “Returning Faulty Jewelry”

  4. Hamilton Jacobi says

    At about 3:30:

    Gandalf will sacrifice himself for his friends, only to somehow come back to life, making it not really a sacrifice.

    I really expected the next words to be “Just like Jesus”, but somehow they omitted the obvious analogy.

  5. Mano Singham says

    I enjoy most those parodies that I am familiar with, which usually (though not always) means that I liked the original source.

  6. says

    I would not be surprised if, as long as one doesn’t take the source too seriously, the more one loves the source material, the funnier one finds the parody. (Also, if the parody does a good job sending up acknowledged flaws in the source material, all the better.)

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