CMYBacon's Guide to Pac-Man Ghosts. Can you name all 20?
Ok, in no particular order:
Inky, Blinky, Pinky, Clyde.
Boba Fett, R2D2.
Homer Simpson, Kim Jong-Il.
Gene Simmons, Hannibal Lector.
Elton John, Hulk Hogan.
Jake Sully, Burt, Ernie.
Bill Gates, 'Apple', Hello Kitty.
Bob Marley perhaps?
Dunno about the blonde in the sunglasses though.
I'm thinking the blonde is Lady Gaga... and rather than Bill Gates, I think it's the guy from the US version of The Office (I don't know his name... never actually watched the show). But apart from that I thought all the same ones as you...
I thought Lady Gaga, but didn't want to look stupid if I was wrong :P
And you might be right about the Bill Gates-ish one, but my guess was partly based on the Apple one appearing right next to it.
Ah well that's understandable... don't worry, I'm always prepared to charge in head first and make myself look stupid.
You make a good point about your guess of Gates... suppose they missed an opportunity there... though Gates isn't in so much of the public eye now.
The Bill Gates looking one (lol) is Dwight Schrute from the US version of Office.
The US version of the Office was rubbish. No way that it could live up to the work of Ricky Gervais, and Martin Freeman was pretty damn good too.
I mean, seriously, how can you equal the MC Hammer / Flashdance Fusion?
totally disagree. uk office was awesome, but it finished after 2 (short) series. 6 (long) seasons of US version and still going- i even laughed at the filler clip show in s6- 1st time i ever found a clip show entertaining
yeah i thought the one at the bottom was dwight.
These things are always too easy.. if it were up to me i'd make one of just random people who i find on facebook/myspace and then say "hey everyone, guess who this is!"
Then i'd feel smart for the next 5-10 minutes and spend that time smiling smugly in an oversize bond villain-style chair.
You remind me of this, however:
Gaga, Gene Simmons, The Dude (?), Hannibal, Hulk Hogan, Elton John, Jake Sulley, Bert, Ernie, Boba Fett, R2, Dwight Schrute, Apple, Hello Kitty.
And no, as a fan of both US/UK versions of The Office, I think the American one is just as funny, if not moreso at certain times. The British show is the original, but the US version does it in its own way and with the brilliants of Steve Carell and Rainn Wilson.
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