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BAZINGA - Big Bang Theory Parody

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  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 24 Sep 2022
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    Voice of girl:
    Monica Franco: L0Litsmonica?s=20...
    Voice of Sheldon
    Anthony Ingruber: idclips.com/user/anthonyi...
    Animators:
    Jerb: jerbjpg?s=20
    Vudujin: Vudujin
    DublyMike: dublymike?s=20
    Rizatch: idclips.com/user/Rizatch
    Leo "Awez" Chenevert - mobile. aweztube
    Storyboard:
    Jake Smith: dead_gremli...
    BG Artist:
    Kuo Yang: www.artstation.com/kuoyang
    Davecavedraws: davecavedraws
    COMP FX:
    Molly Wright: idclips.com/user/wollymight
    IDclips
    Audio Design:
    imadeasong?s=20
    Composer:
    Alex Walker Smith: idclips.com/user/alexwalkersmith

Komentar • 10 540

  • @MeatCanyon

    BAZINGA

  • @randommr525

    When you realize her father was laughing all the time just to keep Sheldon from getting out of the tv. He was protecting his daughter the whole time by laughing hysterically.

  • @GarrettWatts

    Meat. That lighting effect a

  • @user-rd4kb6xd1r

    Dude, the concept here of using fake laughter to keep a monster from attacking you, but the monster is a sitcom character, is literally genius. I want it to be in a videogame. Stuff like this, where you have a mechanic to either stun the monster, or block its perception of you, is so much fun.

  • @blairhicks2740

    Judging on how big her brain got, it looks like all of Sheldon's trivia officially made her a genius. Bazinga

  • @stormtrooper1296

    To think her dad was fake laughing every night so he could keep Sheldon away from him and his daughter. He's the true hero of the story.

  • @flufybiscuit1395
    @flufybiscuit1395 28 hari yang lalu +180

    As a big bang theory watcher, I can confirm that this is exactly what happens when I watch big bang theory.

  • @lightningmcqueen3954

    Can we agree how fucking accurate Sheldon’s voice is

  • @AlphaSeagull

    0:18

  • @jayb.8130
    @jayb.8130  +593

    I love how these videos blur the line between humor and horror, really great creative stuff

  • @Hexenmeister999

    Fun fact: Sheldon is actually a human with a terrible past and that's how he should be portrayed. But because it was too violent for public television, it was altered and he became just a "misunderstood" boy like in "Young Sheldon". If we didn't have artificial laughter, we wouldn't know when to laugh because most of what is said is either cruel or sad.

  • @nonenone8075

    That one horrified me really well. I have experienced a sleep paralysis few times, once even heard some voice that wasn't friendly. And ending, kind of, awakened this memories in me. It's probably my greatest fear - being unable do any movement, or don't have any sensation.

  • @Zaltic
    @Zaltic  +298

    The creepiest part about this whole video is how accurate Sheldon's voice is

  • @duhduckdragon

    The idea that they can't move when you laugh is fucking genius

  • @JunkCat
    @JunkCat Hari Yang lalu +30

    We need more characters like the daughter in horror media. She's resourceful and smart when finding out laughter kept him at bay, but is still human which is why despite her efforts, she loses anyway.

  • @muelas9942

    Man, the idea, the narrative, the voice actors, the animations. You, sir Papa Meat, are a true master of horror.

  • @Multituber98

    Meats a genius! Using the fact that sitcom character pause for laughter as his only weakness? Man! Meat Canyon is honestly a great writer!

  • @Alexalmo
    @Alexalmo  +183

    When you realise the father was watching the show and laughing histerically until late not because he didn't care his daughter couldn't sleep, but because he was trying to protect her...

  • @jamesburk8145

    This is such a great joke, if you remove the laugh tracks from the actual show there are long awkward pauses after a joke where no one moves and nothing happens because they can't tell jokes over the laugh track. So if she's laughing he has to stop talking or moving until she stops. I love this.

  • @abaannsaba6697

    I love how he utilised the fact that characters on sitcoms pause for the viewers to laugh