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« on: June 21, 2006, 10:00:02 PM »

I've never seen Reno 911 as such, since I don't get Comedy Central, but it's apparently a very subtle parody of COPS and other such police reality shows.



Well I just found a link to this gem that will, if you have any knowledge of Dungeons & Dragons, put a big smile on your face. The fact that it's played in a completely straigth manner just makes it even more hilarious :rofl:



http://gorillamask.net/bootsofescaping.shtml



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