2013 Wackiest Parodies: 'Breaking Bad,' Kanye West’s 'Bound 2,' Robin Thicke’s 'Blurred Lines' [VIDEOS]
By Riza Ornos | January 2, 2014 10:16 AM EST
2013 is no doubt a funny year, with a long list of wackiest parodies from music videos to television shows everybody bursting out with laughter. This year has offered plenty of materials that fueled the creative minds to make a perfect parody of last year's popular videos and famous personalities.
Here are the five wackiest parodies of 2013.
James Franco and Seth Rogen's "Bound 3"
Funny men James Franco and Seth Rogen shocked the world when they released Kanye West's "Bound 2" music video parody, "Bound 3." The controversial video of West together with his wife Kim Kardashian was just ripe for the picking as the two "Pineapple Express" actors were taking a break from filming their latest movie, "The Interview." The shot by shot remake of "Bound 2" features the two friends, Franco as Kanye West and Rogen as Kardashian, making out on a motorcycle. The racy video features "Keeping up with the Kardashian's" star topless behind West, and so as Rogen in the video parody.
"Late Night With Jimmy Fallon": "Joking Bad"
One of the most ambitious parodies of 2013 is Jimmy Fallon's "Joking Bad" inspired by AMC's hit TV series "Breaking Bad." The parody was part of the series' promotion and its one of the most hilarious video as it features the TV show's host himself, Jimmy Fallon as Mr. Heisenberg plus Bob Odenkirk and "Breaking Bad's" other star Aaron Paul really lend credibility to the spoof. The awesome ending of the big pay-off cameo is really worth your time.
Jimmy Kimmel and Guillermo's "Blurred Lines"
Featuring Jimmy Kimmel and ABC's late night security guard Guillermo, the "Blurred Lines" parody featured some of the funniest letter balloon play in music video history. While Robin Thicke and Pharrel delivered one of 2013's biggest and sexy songs, Kimmel and Guillermo offered the least-sexy video with a comedy twist, dancing from the song's catchy tune.
Taylor Swift's "I know You Were Trouble" (Goat Version)
Who would have thought that one of 2013's funniest video parodies comes from a goat? Well for those of you who are not familiar with this wacky video, it features Swift's first 25 seconds of "I Know You Were Trouble" music video but with a goat screaming, a way better version of the original MTV. This clip is the shortest parody in the list but it offers the same satisfaction like the rest of the full-length videos do.
"SNL" Bobby Moynihan as Mayor Rob Ford
No politicians as spoof-able as Toronto's Mayor Rob Ford, and "Saturday Night Live's" Bobby Moynihan is no stranger of spoofing someone. The video features Moynihan as sweaty impersonator of Rob Ford and it comes with a lot of "crack" like and he even twisted his ankle performing the prat fall.
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