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Desc:Another SA/Shmorky collaboration using samples from the NES edutainment title "Hide and Speak."
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Video Games
Tags:Sesame Street, big bird, Shmorky, flash tub
Submitted:StanleyPain
Date:08/08/07
Views:3175
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Comment count is 10
StanleyPain
This is one of my all-time personal favorites of the Flash Tub, at least one that's just a music video.
Aubrey McFate
SA taught me that fat nerds make great video game remixes.
Hailey2006
Press the Red Button
Sun Goes Down!
Pandatronic
When he's not being a creepy furry who's cartoons are all the same joke over and over again, Schmorky can be awesome.
Knuckles
Words cannot describe how much I love this.
Caminante Nocturno
I instinctively went looking for the easter eggs when it ended.
Xiphias
I don't know why anyone was surprised that only fat creepy people spend time remixing video game audio and making creepy flash animations.
fourthguy
Word.
Hooper_X
This is pretty much the best thing ever to come out of Something Awful, except for maybe Fashion SWAT.
fluffy
Shmorky is much better at animation when he's manipulating other peoples' art than when he's trying to draw things himself. I can't stand his art style. So it loses a star for the things he drew.
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