"The Panda Guys at Wrigley Field"
   An episode of Other Crap

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Debuted August 1st, 2008

Break.com and the Samsung Instinct sent Paul and Sam to Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, to make a behind-the-scenes video. This is what the guys did.

Starring: Sam Greenspan
Camera by: Paul Jury
Edited by: Paul Jury


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I think we've gotten to the point where we're making mostly funny videos, just like the slogan says.
Mostly. Mostly.
Like in "Alien"... "mostly".
I don't really do pop culture references. And I think I've only watched funny movies for the past decade.
You don't even TiVo or Netflix non funny things?
At this point, I'm so deep in the viral videos world I only watch movie previews or trailers. And only if they're doing something unique.
Our sweet-ass plasma HDTV is completely wasted on you. I'm going to sell it for some magic beans on eBay. And remind me to beat you with a stick tomorrow.

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Big D said...
You should only tour ballparks with troths...Dodger stadium should be next then...who doesnt like to be elbow to elbow with a drunk cholo just released from prison...how much is a season ticket for that seat with the beam in front of it? PS - my iPhone will beat the crap out of your pussy Instinct and take its lunch money
Posted on Wed, Jan 14th, 2009 at 02:26:39 PM

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