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  1. Things We Saw Today: How To Assemble Your Ikea Xenomorph

    In space, no one can hear you screw!

    Cartoonist Ed Harrington has a series of IKEA-style instructions for assembling beloved movie monsters.

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  2. Seinfeld2000 Now Has Its Own Video Game, Commence The Junior Mint Tossing

    Imagen Seinfeld was never canceled and still NBC comedy program today?

    Ever wanted to throw Junior Mints into the open wound of a surgery patient while Miley Cyrus comes at you like a giant wrecking ball and Elaine Bennis screams at you to get out? Then we found an online game that you might enjoy. It's very refreshing.

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  3. “Jerry’s Place VR” Lets You Explore Seinfeld’s Apartment With an Oculus Rift Headset

    Just don't try to burst through the door like Kramer does, because the door does not really exist.

    Do you wish that you and your friends were so compelling and interesting that you could talk about nothing on broadcast television for nine years and get Emmy's for it? Do you also wish you lived in an apartment that transcends the rules of modern urban planning? Have we got the virtual reality program for you!

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  4. We’re Uncomfortable With How Well This Mashup of The Ring and Seinfeld Works [Video]

    It almost makes us want to watch the movie again! Except no, wait, that was terrifying.

    The people who brought you Game of Thrones Meets Seinfeld and Breaking Bad meets Seinfeld are at it again, this time with a few choice scenes from The Ring set to the now infamous bassline and laugh track. Was The Ring actually this funny? All we remember is the creepy black haired chick.

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  5. Breaking Bad Set to Seinfeld Music and Laugh Track

    This was supposed to be "The Summer of Walt!" THE SUMMER OF WAAALT.

    Matin Comedy, aka the people who put laugh tracks behind your favorite dramatic television programs, are at it again -- now Breaking Bad's been given the Seinfeld treatment. It is equal parts hilarious and uncomfortable, right down to the now-infamous pizza toss that is really a classic George Costanza move when you think about it.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: A Sweet Wreck-It Ralph Superhero

    Things We Saw Today

    This Vanellope von Schweetz superhero cosplay deserves a medal. Cosplayer Anti Ai-chan's costume is perfect, right down to the cupcake wrapper skirt. Check out the rest of her group of super Disney characters during SDCC. (Photo by Eurobeat Kasumi Photography via io9)

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  7. Game of Thrones Characters Become Slightly Less Murderous in Arrested Development, Mad Men, and Seinfeld

    "Now the story of seven kingdoms that lost their King, and the one seven or so contenders for the throne who had no choice but to kill all their rivals keep them all together." Artist Kyle Hilton's mashups of Game of Thrones with Mad Men and Seinfeld are after the jump.

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  8. Game of Thrones As A Comedy Works Remarkably Well [VIDEO]

    You know nothing Jon Snow

    Who knew adding a laugh track (ala Seinfeld) to some really emotionally heavy scenes from HBO's Game of Thrones would work? Matin Comedy, apparently. While only a select few scenes are chosen for this video, something tells me a lot are in for a good laugh. (via Cheezburger) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  9. Game of Thrones Set to Seinfeld Music and Laugh Track [Video]

    Game of Thrones is a truly epic series with engaging characters, compelling story lines, and so much nudity. It's nearly the perfect television show, but there's something missing. That something is a laugh track and the slap and pop bass grooves of the Seinfeld theme song. Thankfully, someone has finally put them all together.

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  10. Phil Morris, Star Of Justice League: Doom, Talks Being A Geek, & Future Comic Adaptations


    Phil Morris has played a Jem'Hadar, a Martian, and a lawyer. Quite the interesting combination. Yes, you've seen him in several Star Trek incarnations, but most fans either know him as John Jones (Martian Manhunter) from Smallville or Jackie Chiles, the fast-talking lawyer from Seinfeld. But the actor has a lengthy voice acting career under his belt as well and most recently took on the role of immortal Vandal Savage in the Warner Home Video release, Justice League: Doom, in stores today. The Mary Sue recently got a chance to speak with Morris about the role, his career as a whole, and his huge comic book collection. 

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