Flanders is Walter White, Bart is Jesse, Lionel Hutz is Saul Goodman, and hillbillies Cletus and Brandine are the meth heads with the stolen ATM machine in Breaking Bart, a mash-up that works better than it should, transposing Breaking Bad dialogue over scenes from The Simpsons. If you're caught up on the first few seasons of the AMC series, take a look below. Otherwise, risk a pretty big spoiler if you're able to discern what's happening with Jane's grostesque surrogate.
Samuel Kim deserves the credit for this masterpiece, and the blame if he doesn't make a sequel showing the shady, behind-the-scenes world of Springfield's Los Pollos Hermanos: Krusty Burger.
Combining the functionality and aesthetics of an old RPG with the harrowing plight of chemistry teacher-cum-meth maestro Walter White, CollegeHumor's Breaking Bad RPG imagines AMC's lauded series as a video game of our youth--one that would have surely left 11-year-old me shake... / Continue →
When you hear the words "Hunger Games," you sort of can't help but think of "hunger." Likewise, when you hear the word "hunger," hard not to think of the acme of hunger sating, Hamburger Helper. Only natural then that The Hunger Games film and the boxed hamburger supplements wo... / Continue →
What happens when you take a powerful George C. Scott scene from 1979's Hardcore and the recently-released trailer for Jack and Jill and scoot them together into a mash-em-up? You are exposed to the truest possible dramatization of your Patton-faced soul's reaction to Adam Sand... / Continue →