Jimmy Kimmel Crosses Charlie Brown Thanksgiving with Republican Debates
What do you get when you cross "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" with the Republican Presidential debates? Hilarity.
Jimmy Kimmel begins by informing his viewers that the popular Thanksgiving special, which has been loved and adored by children for decades, first debuted in 1973. Since that time Kimmel apparently believes that the old standard has grown a little tired.
A little spicing up of the classic is far over due. Despite Jimmy erring on his math when he cited it has been 28 years when it has actually been 38 years, Kimmel's production crew brilliantly removes the original audio and replaces it with audio from a Republican Presidential Debate.
The faces are Charlie Brown and his friends, but the voices are Mitt Romney, Rick Perry and Herman Cain. The result is animated genius and is far more entertaining than watching the real thing.
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