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Don't Stop Believing in Tony Romo

My Valentine's Day present to you:

TONY ROMO + MR. BELDING + JOURNEY + RANDOM METAL BAND = BEST YOUTUBE VIDEO EVER

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No More Kings - Sweep the Leg

Now here is an interesting video. A band called No More Kings has done a tribute to Karate Kid called "Sweep the Leg". For the music video, they got the cast of the Karate Kid, including Ralph Macchio and William Zabka (no Pat Morita, of course, RIP). Plus Mr. Belding from Saved by the Bell for really no fucking reason. Not that you need a reason for our favorite principal.



Oh yeah, and the song? It REALLY sucks.

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Stephen Colbert vs. the Decemberists

On last night's 2006 finale of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert took on the Decemberists in a guitar solo challenge.

I love the Colbert Report, and I love the Decemberists, so needless to say, it was a good show.

The show featured Colbert and the band, of course, as well as cameos from Henry Kissinger, Peter Frampton, and Rick Neilson of Cheap Trick, who apparently created the them for the Colbert Report.

Below is the original challenge from Colbert, as well as a Colbert-inspired entry from the Decemberists' green screen challenge for O! Valencia. To view the entire episode from last night, go to comedycentral.com.



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posted by Jonathan @ 7:41 PM Thursday, December 21, 2006  
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