I look at funny things all the time while researching posts, and there are very few that make me laugh as hard these Bad Lip Reading interpretations of The Walking Dead Season 4. Seriously, strap yourself to your chair because you just might find that you fall off with intense laughter. Show More Summary
Go get the glue police and have him wash your butt in the Jedi fountain. Bad Lip Reading is back with more hilarious lip dubs of scenes from the fourth season of The Walking Dead. Welp, time to go rob a stagecoach.
Two things have lately accompanied the return of The Walking Dead to the airwaves: reports of record-breaking number of viewers for The Walking Dead’s return to the airwaves, and a new installment of Bad Lip Reading’s version of the show. Show More Summary
A few weeks ago we brought you a hilarious Bad Lip Reading of AMC's "The Walking Dead" (check that one out HERE) that proved to be a big hit, thanks in no small part to the awesome "Carl Poppa" song (La Jiggy Jar Jar Doo) that we couldn't get out of our heads. Now those crazy cats at Bad Lip Reading are taking jabs at "The Walking... Read More...
And this video attack on Scott Walker is just bad "bad lip reading," not — as I was hoping when I clicked, throwing away a half minute of my precious time — an actual work of the brilliant enterprise called Bad Lip Reading.
Did you know that on AMC’s “The Walking Dead” there’s hidden dialogue right underneath your very eyes? If you were to mute the show, the real dialogue appears. Take this, for example, where Rick Grimes and Daryl Dixon fight over gluing hair to mannequins. Seriously though, this isn’t real, it’s part of a fun video […]
After seeing how the Bad Lip Reading crew turned "The Walking Dead" character Carl into a pop star, it's hard to imagine how they could outdo themselves with Season 4 footage.But they have, as a new video features such gems as Eugene...Show More Summary
Bad Lip Reading is back for part two of misinterpreting The Walking Dead season four. "There ain't a man alive that doesn't want to get his butt washed in the Jedi fountain." No truer words, ladies and gentlemen. No truer words.
'Why can't everybody be like Prince? An angel with a little afro.'
Bad Lip Reading has created part two of their bad lip reading parody (see previously) for season four of AMC’s popular television series The Walking Dead. In the new five-minute episode, Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) gets upset with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) for gluing a wig on a mannequin, Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) confesses that […]
(YouTube link) When we got a Bad Lip Reading episode of The Walking Deada couple of weeks ago, we were promised a part two. Here it is! Although the musical interludes are not as involved as Coral’s rap in the earlier video, we get to hear Tyrese, Michonne, and a walker all croon a little. “I hope you’re not afraid of owls, ‘cause I’m gettin’ you one.” -via Uproxx
It's here: A Bad Lip Reading Of The Walking Dead Part 2! Watch the video here: The post A Bad Lip Reading Of The Walking Dead (Part 2) – The Walking (And Talking) Dead appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
It's hard to predict what words will come out of a 6-year-old's mouth -- unless you put the words there yourself. Watch what happens when a grown man creates a conversation from the lip movements of a little boy. The result is hilariously nonsensical. H/T Rumble Viral
Bad Lip Reading reigns supreme in the genre, but Jaboody Dubs trades accuracy for a more cogent (if disgusting) storyline.
This week, Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig mercilessly mocked a reporter whose knowledge of their new film The Skeleton Twins was not up to snuff, and The Walking Dead Season 4 got the Bad Lip Reading treatment. In Saturday Night Live news,...Show More Summary
YouTube Hey, I get it, man. A dolphin ain't the same as a apple.
If you don't enjoy this "Walking Dead" Bad Lip Reading, then in the immortal misread words of Carl Grimes, “You can NOT handle the flow, son!”