phalsebob - 2009-06-12 I think he's making fun of people. The laugh track is a bit of a give away. Yet I don't doubt that this is an exact reenactment of a scene he witnessed.
Ponasty - 2009-06-12 i have lived in the south my entire life and this is not a real southern accent. this is like the Larry the cable guy southern accent. Also not terribly funny. although i do like "Judy Chop"
memedumpster - 2009-06-12 The richness of the slurring is there, but he enunciates too much. This is obviously meant for media and entertainment and not communication mongst-kin.
TheOtherCapnS - 2009-06-13 Okay, yeah. I thought the laugh track was because it was ripped from a TV show (when I saw it early this AM), but you're right. Plus he's a little too liberal with the folksy-speak.
mashedtater - 2009-06-13 having listened, it seems like he had it heavy at the beginning but was really flowing with it at the end.
its a tossup
zatojones - 2009-06-12 every high school has at least 10 sketch comedy guys?
boner - 2009-06-12 Something scary happens the moment you cross from Virginia into West Virginia.
spencer - 2009-06-12 "Don't go ninjin' nobody don't need ninjin', awright?"
I think Jesus said that.
chumbucket - 2009-06-12 he has that kind of "natural-born comedy" in here. Sort of like how Chris Farley was to fat comedy. This guy is that for redneck comedy. I also like the add of the plump girl in the Wonder Woman getup...on the cusp of genius
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-06-12 Though it would make for a great comedy skit if she played Wonder Woman after she gets incredibly fat, due to either some ray gun or perhaps magical gluttony spell.