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Desc:Al Roker has lost a lot of weight
Category:Classic TV Clips, Advertisements
Tags:thanksgiving, parade, Macys, Willard Scott, Al Roker
Submitted:gravelstudios
Date:11/25/14
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The Mothership
I love how Katie gets more and more passive-aggressive (and regular aggressive) towards Willard as the show goes on.
Maggot Brain
Oh, shit! Captain & Tennille!
infinite zest
Kenny Rogers too!

infinite zest
Hey Barney! Come back next year!
EvilHomer
Garfield at 55:20.
Toby the Giant Dog (with moving mouth and paws!) at 1:07:00.
Bettie Boop at 1:28:00 (no uspkirt).
Barney the Dinosaur at 1:44:00.
Sonic the Hedgehog at 1:53:20. (Katie is totally reading off a cue card and clearly has no idea who Sonic is)
Lambchop's Gargantuan Float o' Death at 2:07:00.

You're welcome.
EvilHomer
Also, at 44:20, a well-timed camera cut makes it look like the John Candy-looking announcer guy is calling the NYPD a bunch of clowns.

infinite zest
Sonic 3D Blast

EvilHomer
YEP, THAT'S HIS NAME. SONIC 3D BLAST, THE FAMOUS VIDEO ARCADE MONSTER.

Rodents of Unusual Size
Is there a single musical from the 90s that isn't horrendously embarrassing to watch live?

Especially RENT.

God I hate Rent.
urbanelf
YEAH HE LOOKS LIKE HE COULD HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE BALLOONS GET IT LOL
cognitivedissonance
I have never understood parades. Ever.
EvilHomer
They're basically big long lines of people. Sometimes they have floats and balloons, other times it's just people marching.

The Mothership
In a context of peer bonding and community cohesion, parades traditionally represent a regular opportunity for a community to really see everybody else in the community (or at least a significant portion of) and be reminded who they really live next to. Like how the 4th of July Parade in a small, Oregon town reminded me that I lived next to a bunch of bigots, religious nutjobs and farmers. The farmers were mostly nice, I'll miss them cause I'm moving to California.

Jet Bin Fever
How many more years will they pretend this crap matters?
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