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Sunday, September 17, 2006

Bobby Lee's Crazy Kimmy

MAD TV premiered its new season last night. I like the show and have for a number of years. IMO it's a show that, while not perfect (what show is...well, "Seinfeld" & "24" come close), misfires far, far less times than the last ten or twelve years of SNL. And sometimes what MAD TV produces is second to no one in the arena of comedy and satire.

Anyway --- last night MAD TV (and I was hoping someone would have it on YouTube and darn if it ain't there), had one of the best music video parodies I've ever seen. It has cast member Bobby Lee
doing his Kim Jong Il impersonation to the Gnarls Barkley song Crazy.

Here's Bobby Lee as Kim Jong Il in the "Crazy" music video parody:

And here's the original, Barkley "Crazy" video:

...and, Wow - what a voice on Gnarls, hey?

Here's A Link to a Live Performance Video of "Crazy" with a nice back-up orchestra and a little different version of the song.

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