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The Walking Dead gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment


The Walking Dead gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment

Rebecca BurnsComments

The faux dialog replacing actual TWD scripts is funny—in a juvenile way. Rick loses his banjo; Glenn breaks wind; Rick attempts to tell a knock-knock joke, etc.

But the real genius of Bad Lip Reading’s take on The Walking Dead is the translation of zombie aarghs and blerghs into banal chit chat.

“Hey! You know what animals I like?” a spry undead lass asks Rick as she belly-crawls under a car. “Sharks and skunks.”

“That’s great,” he replies.

Or, you can just skip ahead to the 3:54 mark for the real treasure: The Governor in full-on Broadway mode.

[via Bad Lip Reading]

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    Sophie, I&1quo;m so glad to have read this. I grew up Jewish in North Carolina and had such similar experiences as you. I&1quo;m happy to know I&1quo;m not alone!

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    I&1quo;ve become a bit skeptical about the ARC projectio1. They haven&1quo;t been recalculated for a few yea1. When last they were updated (during the recent recession) employment and economic numbe1 were revised down – but the population numbe1 were not.
    And now we&1quo;re seeing this:
    From the April 11, 2012 edition of the Marietta Daily Journal..
    Growth flat at city, county schools( see http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story/18194491/article-Growth-flat-at-county–city-schools )
    http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story/18194491/article-Growth-flat-at-county–city-schools

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