Thanksgiving Song of the Day: All About That Baste

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Remember that family that rapped about their Christmas pajamas last year? Don't want to remember that?

Well either way, they are back again and jumping on the Meghan Trainor parody bandwagon, with a song about basting turkeys.

Warning: Very SFW.

Catcall Parody of the Day: Princess Leia Walking in NYC

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The catcall parodies are starting to get a bit old at this point, but… Star Wars!

Here's what it would be like if Princess Leia took a stroll around New York for 10 hours in a simple white dress with space buns.

Sitcom Parody of the Day: Too Many Cooks

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This is what you get when you stay up late with Adult Swim on in the background.

A surreal, nightmare-ish, parody of '80s sitcoms starring SO MANY PEOPLE, from writer/director Casper Kelly.

Truly mesmerizing stuff.

Amazon Echo Parody of the Day: Alexa Says What's Really On Her Mind

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It begins.

One day after Amazon released Echo, its creepy, talking cylinder to spy on you and your family, the first parody videos have started to roll in.

Here is the "Early Beta Version" of the already strange promotional video that was pushed out with the official announcement.

Star Wars Parody of the Day: All About That Base, No Rebels

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Watch out "Jedi bitches." The Dark Side has never been sexier.

Nerdist is out with a new Star Wars parody of the hit song by Meghan Trainor, "All About That Bass" featuring Team Unicorn, Darth Vader cheerleading outfits and dancing storm troopers.

What more could you want, besides maybe a Jedi response via Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda?"



For another sci-fi parody of this song, check out this 'All About That Space' video.

Parody Ad of the Day: Nick Offerman as Home Depot Employee

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In case you missed it, Lowe's announced that it is replacing its staff of human beings with a team of robots.

With the help of Nick Offerman and H. Jon Benjamin, John Oliver took a few minutes on his show Sunday to prove why people are still vital to a business like Home Depot.