You like Archer, right?

You like dinosaurs, right?

Well here's the pilot episode of Archer where the part of Sterling Archer is played by a velociraptor. And of course he talks only in guttural shrieks. Don't be silly. Velociraptors can't talk.

This is even better than the version of Galaxy Quest dubbed into the alien language.

I've also heard that there's a version of Mars Attacks without any of the CGI, so everyone's just running around freaking out about hallucinations that we can't see.

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5 Responses:

  1. Louis says:

    When I cough acquired Archer, this was the first episode I saw. I really thought it was the normal plot...

  2. This reminds me of my crushing disappointment when, after purchasing the Shaun of the Dead DVD specifically because one of the commentary options was "the zombies", I discovered that it was actually the actors playing the zombies.

    • Well, the Vegi Tales "Jonah" really does have commentary by the characters. Granted, that is to say the recurring character who is playing a roll in this production is giving the commentary (not the actor), it is hilarious.

      Yes, I'm an agnostic/lapsed neo-pagan who was brought up in a very non standard, non born again christian sect, so it's not like I identify with them. But they are bent, also check out any of the "silly songs with larry". "he moves so smoothly, like butter on a bald monkey"

  3. phuzz says:

    You can add subtitles for the Martians on the DVD of Mars Attacks.
    I guess you could pretty easily add it as an additional option to the Herp Derp mode button up there.

    • Rick C says:

      That seems like more work than simply writing "Ack" on a piece of masking tape and taping it to your TV, although only if you're only going to do it once.

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