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'The Walking Dead' gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment

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Anyone who's been within a mile of a computer over the past few years ought to be familiar with Bad Lip Reading, the YouTube channel that churns out dubbed videos of NFL players and various presidential candidates talking in gibberish. ("I will force spiders and badgers on the enemy!" Mitt Romney appeared to say in one viral clip.)

Now the channel's anonymous creator has given the Bad Lip Reading treatment to AMC's horror series "The Walking Dead," reimagining Rick as a guy mourning his stolen banjo, Daryl as a man unsatisfied with his "cheetah candy" and the Governor as the joyful star of a Broadway musical.

This probably all sounds like nonsense, which, of course, it is, so you'd better just watch. You won't regret it.

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