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Vulture's Top 20 Videos of 2011

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What If Game of Thrones Were a Buddy Comedy?

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What If Game of Thrones Were a Buddy Comedy?

Vulture reimagined the very serious hit show as a fun summer bromance comedy featuring Tyrion and Bronn.

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Larry's Laws: The World According to Larry David

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Larry's Laws: The World According to Larry David

The Curb Your Enthusiasm star has an unbelievably high number of unwritten rules he expects everyone to know and follow. How many do you subscribe to?

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Vulture On Set: Pop-Culture Trivia With Community

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Vulture On Set: Pop-Culture Trivia With Community

Vulture visited the Community study area and split the group in half, pitting castmate against castmate in a pop-culture trivia challenge. Creator Dan Harmon moderates, and Chevy Chase gets absolutely nothing right. (Also in our "Vulture On Set" series, check out our two-part interview with the cast of Happy Endings, in which we learn about who has sex in bathrooms and who’s getting grabby at the cast parties.)

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The Ryan Gosling Accent-O-Meter

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The Ryan Gosling Accent-O-Meter

In which we attempt to calculate Ryan Gosling’s mysterious and ever-evolving accent. See how each scene measures up, on a scale from “Canadian” to “Total Marlon Brando.”

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Everyone on True Blood Says “Sookie”

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Everyone on True Blood Says “Sookie”

Listen to the cast say Sookie Stackhouse's name over and over again in a variety of charming drawls.

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Harry Potter and the Magic Spell-Off

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Harry Potter and the Magic Spell-Off

As the film franchise came to a close, we said good-bye to the students of Hogwarts with this hypnotizing tribute to all their magical spells.

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TV Talks About Junk

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TV Talks About Junk

It seemed all anyone in the 2011 fall lineup talked about were penises and vaginas. And we have the video evidence.

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The Walking Dead: The Search for Sophia in Two Minutes

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The Walking Dead: The Search for Sophia in Two Minutes

The missing girl story line took up way too much plot time in the second season of this zombie show. Here's how you could have summed it up in 120 seconds.

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Seth Rogen's Pop-Culture Pop-Ups

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Seth Rogen's Pop-Culture Pop-Ups

Seth Rogen's characters just love to reference pop culture. See them all right here.

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The Ultimate Coach Taylor Pep Talk

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The Ultimate Coach Taylor Pep Talk

When we said good-bye to Friday Night Lights in July, we created this small tribute to the greatest coach in the land with the rally to end all rallies. Clear eyes, full hearts ... you know the drill.

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James Franco: Dramatic Whisperer

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James Franco: Dramatic Whisperer

The whisper ... it's one of the actor's tried and true dramatic techniques. Turn up the volume on this one.

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Michael Scott's Worst Impressions on The Office

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Michael Scott's Worst Impressions on The Office

The self-proclaimed "student of comedy" was a self-proclaimed master of the art of impersonations. Before Michael Scott left Scranton, we collected the many awkward and awful celebrity impressions by the boss everyone loved and loathed.

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Vulture's Guide to Kanye's Grunts on Watch the Throne

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Vulture's Guide to Kanye's Grunts on Watch the Throne

Un huh, yeah. Kanye West has a cornucopia of "hah"s and "hunh"s on his new album with Jay-Z. Watch our compilation and grunt along with Kanye.

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Doctor Who Castmates Are Pinball Wizards

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Doctor Who Castmates Are Pinball Wizards

Watch what happens when Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvill discover a Doctor Who pinball machine in NYC's East Village.

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Vulture Supercut: Killer Kids

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Vulture Supercut: Killer Kids

What tiny hands these young killers from the movies have ... all the better to kill you with.

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Tracking The Wire Alumni

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Tracking The Wire Alumni

The cops and corner boys from this hit HBO series have gone on to star in nearly 100 TV series. Here, we attempt to collect their appearances (starting after The Wire finale and leading up to the second season premiere of Treme).

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Sofia Vergara Is TV's Greatest Shouter

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Sofia Vergara Is TV's Greatest Shouter

The Modern Family actress is never too shy to do a little shouting. Here's a montage of some of her greatest screams.

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Charlie Day Loves to Yell

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Charlie Day Loves to Yell

Not to be outdone by Sofia, Charlie Day’s character on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia also loves a good high-pitched howl.

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The Physical Comedy of Chris Pratt

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The Physical Comedy of Chris Pratt

The Parks and Recreation actor is doing some of the greatest physical comedy on television right now. Watch a compilation of his best spills.

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The Many Moods of Audrina Patridge

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The Many Moods of Audrina Patridge

Wow, she's, like, super expressive.

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