Killer Instinct

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Killer Instinct

Postby Graham » 27 Jul 2009, 11:45

Happened to me last week. Super awkward.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Kia Tarj » 27 Jul 2009, 11:52

I haven't laughed this hard since last monday. lol!

Golly, though, I hate it when this happens.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Mr. Silent18 » 27 Jul 2009, 11:55

This was absolutley fantastic.
I laughed my ass off at this.

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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby DvelopmentalInsanity » 27 Jul 2009, 11:55

Graham wrote:Happened to me last week. Super awkward.


I can imagine. I mean, what do you say in that situation? I'd be so embarrassed.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Laurnil » 27 Jul 2009, 12:00

I enjoyed. For some reason, I thought it would be better with British accents, though.

So, the neighbor had an elderly mother living with them, too? What a coincidence!
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Fuhjem » 27 Jul 2009, 12:01

Graham wrote:Happened to me last week. Super awkward.


Oh that was you? Hmm, well, the coroner did say that my father died quite painfully, but we all have our little pains in life.

Well, the exception of course being him, seeing as that he is dead now.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Mad Madam Mimm » 27 Jul 2009, 12:03

Graham's "I did, a bit" line made me alugh because he inexplicably slipped into his most English accent yet.

A good video, but I can't help seeing it as a sort of "Crime and Punishment 2". Not that that's a bad thing, it's just something I can't get out of my head. Maybe it's just the fact that Paul ends up a dead guy in both.

But poor sergeant fuzzface! Have you no shame?
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Canonfoder » 27 Jul 2009, 12:05

Great work Paul, though you really should try to break out of your type casting as the "dead person" once in a while. This script needs a dead person? well we know Paul's part.

Really great work with this video LRR.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Evisr » 27 Jul 2009, 12:06

And now I know how Graham would murder someone. Add this to the list of "Things I have now seen Graham do that you've wondered how he would have done it in the first place"

Once again another fine video. So fine I would rank it top 5 of this season already.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby iEatNinjaZ » 27 Jul 2009, 12:07

Only in Canada!

I was sure Graham was gonna say hes gonna have to kill her.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Escher » 27 Jul 2009, 12:16

Good video. Simple, but Clever.


Just like this comment.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Lyinginbedmon » 27 Jul 2009, 12:21

This actually happened to me once, she walked in while I was in the middle of the whole "act" and it just got everywhere, total mess.

So then of course I had to do her and then the dog wouldn't shut up so I did that too, then the kids got woken up by the mother and the howling dog, so yeah...

Apparently it's not child molestation if they're already dead, so I managed to escape that charge when I was disposing of the bodies. Did you know human breastmeat tastes like lamb? Delicious!
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby webrunner » 27 Jul 2009, 12:25

When I saw the name of this i thought about the video game.

Which also made me think about Mortal Kombat.

And then how both games start with a dead word and the other a kind of abstract concept.

Then I came up with an idea for a game called "Murderous Negligence" which would basically be tower defense against random people using bits of clutter.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby theDreamer » 27 Jul 2009, 12:29

I agree with Mimm on the bit with the british accent.

In fact, this needs to be redone, WITH british accents.

Also...I live in houses that all look the same...uh oh...

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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby ecocd » 27 Jul 2009, 12:32

iEatNinjaZ wrote:I was sure Graham was gonna say hes gonna have to kill her.


Yeah, I was wondering if that was going to come up, too. I honestly didn't see the whole, "wrong address" ending though. Kudos! I started watching and said, "this has to be a Graham sketch," sure enough, written by Graham Stark.

I would've lol'd if I wasn't a work. "First time. ha ha ha" And especially how he offered to clean up afterward.

What I'm curious about is why Tally's character ran out of the apartment at the end. Was she legitimately worried about someone killing her husband? Maybe she forget to tell the murderer something!

And Paul, you're clearly being type-casted as a dead guy. I'd talk to my agent if I were you and give him a serious tongue-lashing. you were born for Shakespeare, not Dead Guy #1!
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Thysane » 27 Jul 2009, 12:35

Really awesome sketch, guys. You have very nearly outdone yourselves once again. it puts me in mind of "The Mitchell and Webb Look", which is definately a good thing.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby AgentGray » 27 Jul 2009, 12:45

first time you cut to the body -- laughed out loud...

cutting to the "This is too gruesome to show" back-shot of the dog had me snorting...

The lag between her saying goodbye and realizing what he was going to do? My coworkers are looking at me weird...until I link them this.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Yaxley » 27 Jul 2009, 12:51

I cracked up at the notion that you could murder someone "a bit".

Also, nice new set.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby curbee » 27 Jul 2009, 12:55

Absolutely brilliant. Just wondering. Do all houses in the development use the same locks?
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Tapir12 » 27 Jul 2009, 12:57

Wow, I just have to say.... Congratulations to Paul on an epic performance. He captured the character so well and it felt really believable through the whole video. Only a true actor can demonstrate such consistency and flow, never leaving character. Truly a performance to remember.

Also "I did, a bit" is the best line ever.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby AgentGray » 27 Jul 2009, 12:57

curbee wrote:Absolutely brilliant. Just wondering. Do all houses in the development use the same locks?


They're in Canada, no reason to lock the door unless you live near Celine Dion or have an arch nemesis hell bent on stealing your video archive.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Smeghead » 27 Jul 2009, 12:58

Wait a second... does that mean the guy next door that he killed had a dead woman upstairs already?
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby curbee » 27 Jul 2009, 13:00

Watching it again, the twist at the end caused a lot of continuity errors. Who did Ken kill upstairs? Is that really Sgt. Furface? If all the doors are unlocked, what's the point in breaking through a window?
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Graham » 27 Jul 2009, 13:06

They have similar dogs, and there apparently is a dead person upstairs, yes.

Assume that the dog is beyond recognition, and also note that the dead guy (her neighbour, I suppose) was facing away from her.
The dead person upstairs could be dead neighbours wife. Maybe the killer murdered her too, maybe she was already dead. Who knows? It was dark.


We considered all of these.
They're not continuity errors, they're continuity questions.
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Re: Killer Instinct

Postby Vigafre » 27 Jul 2009, 13:10

I must say, I wasn't expecting any of this.

Good job.


BTW, is it possible to answer a continuity question?

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