I started laughing as soon as the FOUND came rolling at me!
hurly you fat cunt!
Yes, an all Lost video. Woot! Or should I say “Yesh, Mish Moneypenny!” Funny accent there, Rudy.
Forget the “Other, others”. The real answers will come from the “other, other, others” who I’m certain are Will and Holly Marshall and their dad. Watch out for Sleestaks!!
i can see why there were memorization problems this week…
I’ve never seen Kevin look so sexy before!
Schlomo- Hehehe… that’s what Kevin wrote to me a couple of weeks ago after seeing himself in our last episode!
Don’t forget to digg this story up, guys!!
Someone has Dugg it here:
That was awesome! I was literally laughing out loud the entire episode!
This is, in my opinion, your best video YET!
Oh man. You guys are great! Best accents ever!
I at first didn’t connect the point of the numbers. I thought to myself, “this is the most annoying Gcast ever!” But suddenly I got it at the end with the Digg reference. Too funny!
I laughed and laughed until milk came out my nose.
[...] But Galacticast, the Montreal-based sci-fi parody show, put together a brilliant parody of LOST incorporating the number. It’s worth taking a look. (They’re also shilling for charity, so check that out too.) [...]
[...] The Numbers. Wer hat nicht schon davon gelesen. Dieser Zahlencode den man nie im Leben auf seine Seite packen darf und der Kevin Rose beinahe eine komplette Web 2.0 Userschar gekostet hätte. Die Nummer hat die Leute beim genialen Galacticast auf die Idee zu Found gebracht. [...]
OK seriously. I’m beyond lucky to have my heroes as my friends. You guys are amazing.
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John 3:16. Poor little Buddy and the Skipper. I always figured their remains would be found in a more compremising possition. CSI time… The pair have aged after many long missadventures. They both die in thier sleep.Time passes the hammocks rot and the Skeletal remains fall on top of each other in what at first apears to be the Kamasutra position #33.
Funny even if the numerical recitation did go on and on and on and on. It was long enough to make it funny again in the end.
Great Scooby ending, folks. Another fine episode!
Good job on the donation as well. That’s a hell of a wonderful thing to do.
The Numbers are black and blue. Is it because the corporations keep beating up the consumers? View at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/irishhermit/489935150/
Hilarious…. you “Lost” fans can now enjoy Found. Not sure if the entire thing is just to disseminate the HD-DVD……
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Ah Wigs. What would we do without ‘em? I don’t know how you guys manage to top yourselves with every new episode. Brilliant!
So clever, so fun. I love it!
I love you.
I honestly love you.
All this and Robot Killer Bees, too.
[...] Early last week on our sister site mutednoise I bantered about how Digg’s user base rising up in revolt represented the hereto unmentioned side of social networks; that is, the crowd will bite the hand that feeds it if they think the hand is red. In the comments I mentioned that playing hardball with the entire Internet was absolutely the worst possible strategy. That action took a so-so bit of geek errata and firmly planted it in popular culture. Case in point is this most recent episode of Galacticast (it does get a bit slow in the middle and if you’re not familiar with the television program Lost some jokes might not make sense – but the end gag is killer): Pick your metaphor: the cat is out of the bag, geni out of the bottle, the milk has been spilled and no amount of crying is going to put it back. Digg has since stopped censoring its users and has made the statement that it will ‘go down fighting’. The outcome of which, according to certain legal circles, doesn’t look good. [...]
Very funny parody I quite enjoyed. Congrats on the one year marker. I’ve placed an embedded version of your parody on my LOST blog which is visited by thousands of LOST fans all across the world…
Blog title: “LOST nah Found”
the HD-DVD crack lol. Hilarious.
Another Scottish accent in Rudy’s armour. Dude you could move here with that accent lol.
I wonder what Kevin Rose thinks about his cameo. Again.
Excellent job quite enjoyed it!
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the expired beer….. finally the secret is revealed…… days month years trying to find the reason of the dark fog….
wow thank you for the solution and for all your videos
I felt physical pain everytime the sequence was repeated, maths is painful. But I am glad to hear you are donating to the childs play charity, its really worthwhile.
Brilliant as always!
Hey, are you guys going to be at Balticon 41 later this month?
I’ve been meaning to leave you a comment for a while now. LOVE GALACTICAST!
“Hurley, you fat cunt”
I’m so bad at leaving comments – I always watch on my iPod and mean to write but don’t – I saw this while I was on the tube a couple of days ago. Totally amazing. I kept laughing out loud. Your writing is so inspired – clever, funny, surprising – always top rate. You are the web’s answer to South Park. But better. TV is toast.
“Oh my God! You found the number!” lol
I’m a bit of an ostritch myself, first viewing I didn’t understand, apart from the obvious “Lost” paraody. But when I heard about what’s been going on with regard to “the numbers” and watched it again I fell off my chair laughing so hard. And done in an intelligent and witty manner.
FWIW, I live in the UK and regard the BBC as almost watchable, Galacticast I always make time for.
“Wey ya bugger man”, as they say around these parts. Ave a broon ale on mea.
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Do I even have to say how much I loved it or how awesome it was? No, you already know. Instant classic.
[...] Here’s the YouTube version, but the quality is not so great so I’d recommend you watch the higher quality version on the Galacticast website. [...]
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