Point to the place on the doll where this supercut made you laugh. Adults rule, kids drool. (Via iO9.)
People aren’t mean enough to kids these days!
Mr. Wizard – the wealthiest man in the Seven Kingdoms.
Is this why young people are awful? They didn’t have Mr. Wizard to knock them down a peg or two?
“Haven’t you ever seen a sliced banana before?” is an amazing burn.
I saw a whole one and now I know god exists
If Katie Holmes gets married to a banana, does God explode?
“well, mr. wizard, my dad was Elvis’ personal chef. That’s the way the King wants it, so I know no other way.”
I don’t even know what this is. Are you people all 100 years old or what?
Also, I can’t enjoy the video because I can’t use the sound on my computer at work
Sorry, That One! I’d really like to watch the video right now and I thought somebody out in Videogumland might commiserate.
Hey! Who let you out of Teen Korner?
how could we be 100 stupid? – Mr. Wizard
Oh, get of of my hoverlawn, you.
I don’t know who this is either but I desperately wish he’d been part of my childhood now. Also that we could be best friends. I remember being a kid and thinking that Mr. Dressup was kind of a flake.
I don’t remember Mr. Wizard being this bitchy, but I guess we were just tough than you generation “Y ME?:(” kids.
Too bad he did it in sweaters and polos and not in this:
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.
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.
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).
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.
I am having the LONGEST tuesday and that made me feel so happy THANK YOU
I appreciate the multicultural universality of his mild verbal abuse. AMERICA.
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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