I Don't Know Why This Breaking Bad/Weird Al Mashup Works, But It Does

Who would have thought that a Breaking Bad clip-show would fit so well with Weird Al's "Albuquerque?" Not me! But there you go. YouTuber ibrews has uploaded this mashup, proving that you never can tell which two things might go well together. The video is, as a friend observed when I showed it to her, the product of a very clear but totally inexplicable vision. Did this guy know how this was going to work when he made it?

In the words of Weird Al himself: "What was going through his mind? Did it just seem like a good idea at the time?"

Anyway, I'm glad he made it. It is loaded with spoilers for Breaking Bad, so be warned.

Hope everyone's doing well. Have good chatting here, or over at TAY.

(Via the AV Club)


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    Relevance to gaming = zero.

      So what? That's the same as complaining that there is the odd gossip article in a news paper.

      Why is it that a little variety is drawing the ire of so few? The only time you can complain is if Kotaku did this all the time. Only the odd, stray article is no gaming related.

      And before anyone points this out, I don't count the articles by Ashcraft et. al. They are mostly rehashes or summaries from other articles.

      Last edited 31/07/13 6:13 am

        Kotaku is supposed to be a gaming site. The use of non-gaming articles has steadily increased over the last couple of years. If you don't count Ashcraft's articles, then you're doing it wrong.

        I do count the shit from Ashcraft. Like this from the front page that took me about five seconds to find: http://www.kotaku.com.au/2013/07/how-a-japanese-radish-became-an-internet-hero/

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