Point to the place on the doll where this supercut made you laugh. Adults rule, kids drool. (Via iO9.)

Comments (27)
  1. People aren’t mean enough to kids these days!

  2. Mr. Wizard – the wealthiest man in the Seven Kingdoms.

  3. Is this why young people are awful? They didn’t have Mr. Wizard to knock them down a peg or two?

  4. “Haven’t you ever seen a sliced banana before?” is an amazing burn.

  5. I don’t even know what this is. Are you people all 100 years old or what?

  6. Too bad he did it in sweaters and polos and not in this:

  7. So, this clip is literally the first time I’ve ever seen Mr. Wizard. I had no idea he was just some guy in a sweater who shows kids science stuff! I’d heard of him, but I always imagined him…dressed like a wizard.

  8. He was quite brilliant, actually. Part of the fun of being a nerd who has reached adulthood is that you finally get to bully nerds that are still kids. He cooked up the show as a means of providing him with a never-ending supply of nerds to bully.

  9. Oh Mr. Wizard, you were a gem. As much as I like Bill Nye, he is far too nice. Can you imagine Mr. Wizard’s response to the CNN anchor jerk from last week? I can, and it involves a lot of swearing and a lot of crying. As god intended.

    • I imagine him going home after Mr. Wizard, taking off his shoes at the door, putting on a different sweater and then drinking a really REALLY big glass of bourbon. Later he will sit down and journey to a land of make believe (which is one of the side effects of his crippling anger and alcoholism).

  10. Ah those were the days … the good old days when it was still ok to threaten your 13 year old neighbor girl with a beheading. KIDS THESE DAYS! Also, COPS THESE DAYS.

  11. I am having the LONGEST tuesday and that made me feel so happy THANK YOU

  12. I appreciate the multicultural universality of his mild verbal abuse. AMERICA.

  13. I couldn’t stop laughing after that boy said “oh, that’s a horrible noise” (which was after that boy’s “WHAT?”). And now I’m crying. It was an accumulation of feelings.

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