Saturday, December 24, 2011

A Viral Christmas II

Posted By on Sat, Dec 24, 2011 at 7:34 AM

Last year, we brought you the opening chapter to a Viral Christmas.

Welcome back to what we hope is the Godfather II of Screen Grab Blog posts, by which we mean the best sequel ever as well as a piece that takes place in the present, interspersed with evocative flashbacks:

This Terry Gilliam animated Christmas card from 1968 offers preview of things to come:

Ricky Gervais and the Hoosiers as Bing and Bowie audio mashed-up with the actual video:

Then, lots of Rudolph remixes:

In honor of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (in a piece co-written by Robert Smigel, Michael Gordon, Stephen Colbert and Louis CK):

The same team brings us the true meaning of Christmas.

Finally, thanks to @RealTracyMorgan for this recommendation—it's like the Humpty Dance with a holiday twist, performed by the Whole Foods Parking lot crew:

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