Remember the 90s? They were pretty neat, no?
The Internet was invented. Grunge music had its day, and ABC's TGIF programming was a pretty good excuse to stay in on a Friday night.
If you're a twentysomething like myself, then you probably get quite nostalgic when recalling shows like Boy Meets World, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper and Step By Step. One of the longest standing TGIF programs was Family Matters, essentially Step by Step with an African American cast.
Remember Urkel? He was a cult hero to everyone at my elementary school! Spoofs of these shows are rare, so I'm a big fan of this one from Frank Martin and his Kansas State club.
I don't even know what the word is, but you can't hate on this. It toes the line of funny and this hellacious University of Georgia video, and just like tabletop shuffleboard, you're rewarded most the closer you get to the edge without going over.
That's exactly what we got here: something very close to flopping, but so close that we burst out loud laughing. A risk worth taking.