“Star Wars” Re-casted With Rappers

News broke this week that the late rapper Tupac Shakur auditioned and was seriously considered for a part in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. George Lucas was apparently interested in him for the role of a Jedi. This is incredible news.

If you’re even a little bit like me then you are trying to imagine a Star Wars movie with Tupac playing a major role. BUT if you’re a lot like me then you are trying to imagine a Star Wars movie with only rappers. That’s what I’ve been doing for the past two days.

So now I’m going to share with you what I’ve come up with. Here are the classic Star Wars characters and which rappers should be playing each and every one of them. If you happen to know anyone in Hollywood please remind them that my suggestions, although brilliant, do not come free.

Jedi Master Mace Windu- Tupac Shakur 

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We already covered this one. Apparently Sam Jackson actually played the role of Windu after Tupac was killed. I don’t really remember this character because I don’t really remember this movie because I’m pretty sure it was terrible. But it was probably terrible because Tupac Shakur wasn’t in it. In other words, transitively speaking, we would all remember Mace Windu if he were played by 2Pac.

It really does seem like a waste to not have a rapper play the character considering it sounds like the name of a local DJ for a roller skating rink. Nobody skating would even flinch if they heard “Alright we got Master Jedi Mace Windu on the one’s and two’s. Partner up everybody…”

Sam Jackson might yell a lot, but no one could be a more intimidating jedi than the guy who created this:

Luke Skywalker – Eminem 

Well, they are both pretty undeniably white. I mean, one glance at either of them and you’d be like “Yep, both his parents are white. No doubt about it.” So there’s that.

They both have pretty serious parent issues. Luke was an orphan whose father eventually cuts his hand off. Marshall Mathers was abandoned by his dad and has had a pretty complicated relationship with his mom.

But they overcame family troubles and apparent whiteness and went on to save the galaxy/become a platinum selling rapper.

Han Solo – Jay Z

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Han Solo is easily the coolest character in Star Wars. I don’t think that’s even up for debate. What is up for debate is whether or not Jay-Z is the coolest person in reality. The fact that he is even in the running is why he should play Han Solo.

Also, they both can successfully rock a vest better than the rest of us (see above pictures).

C-3PO – Diddy 

You know how C-3PO is really not that talented for a futuristic robot and he has way too much screen time and everything he says is really annoying?

Remind you of anybody?

Darth Vader – Kanye West

A lot of people hate Kanye West. Personally, I’m not one of them, but that doesn’t change the fact that a lot of people hate Kanye West. But that’s a small part of what makes him cool, right?

The same goes for Darth Vader. People get goosebumps when Darth Vader enters a scene. He might be the bad guy, but the movie would be incredibly boring without him.

Plus, they’re both fathers. Yo North, let’s talk babysitters.

Jabba the Hutt – Rick Ross

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This one’s self-explanatory, right?

Jar Jar Binks – 2 Chainz

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No one really knows if they are supposed to be jokes or if we are supposed to take them seriously as characters/musicians.

Chewbacca – Mystical 


This one works because, like Chewbacca, it’s just about impossible to decipher anything that Mystical is saying.

Storm Troopers – Wu Tang Clan


This one is probably not realistic. There are way more members of Wu-Tang Clan than there are Storm Troopers. 

Yoda – Kendrick Lamar

Settle down guys, it’s not because he’s short, it’s because he’s wise (though I probably wouldn’t have thought of the comparison if he wasn’t short).


Look, these are just small changes and they would barely change Star Warsbut I do think they would manage to make it better. Maybe Drake could play Obi Wan Kenobi or Big Sean could play an ewok or Snoop Dogg could just inexplicably play himself and no would ask questions. 

No matter how you slice it, there’s a 100 percent chance I would see this movie. 

Jonny Auping

The Day Uncle Phil and Don Cheadle Shook Hands

April 9th, 1865, Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee shook hands.

December 21, 1970, Elvis Presley and Richard Nixon shook hands. 

October 10th, 1990, Don Cheadle shook hands with Uncle Phil. 

It’s nearly impossible to say which of these handshakes was more monumental.

Grant led the Union army to victory over the Confederacy in the Civil War and everntually became the 18th president of the United States. Presley brought Rock N’ Roll music into the mainstream and effectively changed the landscape of American popular culture moving forward. Don Cheadle delivered an Oscar-worthy performance in the inspiring film Hotel Rwanda and then shocked us all with his range in Hotel for Dogs. Who is to say which of these men is most important in the grand scheme of things?

When James Avery, the actor who played “Uncle Phil” on the sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, passed away last week after open heart surgery, I was instantly shocked and dismayed. I wanted to write something about it, but it took me a week to catch my bearings. 

Like so many other people born between 1978-1991 Uncle Phil played no small part in helping raise me. While I was lucky enough to have very attentive parents of my own, neither of them had grey beards, wore patterned sweater vests or engaged in witty banter with the British butler (in fact, I was deprived of even having a sassy, British butler as a child).

Will Smith said this week that “every young man needs an Uncle Phil,” and through the miracles of television, many of us did. I’ve written a lot about Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. No seriously, I’ve written a lot about it. But not once have I written about how hot Ashley Banks was in the last few seasons. That’s out of respect for Phillip Banks. 

I thought about providing you people with a long string of Youtube videos showcasing Uncle Phil’s finest scenes, but that’s too simple. When eulogizing someone it’s always a good idea to talk about the people who they touched.

One of the people who Uncle Phil touched was Don Cheadle… more specifically he touched his hand. On the fifth episode of the first season of Fresh Prince a 27-year old Don Cheadle guest starred as a character named “Ice-Tray.” I would tell you more about this episode, but I have actually written extensively about it already

What I failed to cover when I wrote about that episode was this:

Looking back, it’s like seeing a shooting star (or a double rainbow). THEY ACTUALLY TOUCHED HANDS.

Now, I think we can all agree that Don Cheadle is acting royalty. But I want to introduce something to you. It’s called Don Cheadle BHS and Don Cheadle AHS.

Don Cheadle BHS is of course “Before Hand Shake.” If you take a look at his IMDB page then you’ll notice before he shook Uncle Phil’s hand he had a bunch of one-episode roles in television shows and had been in only three credited movies. One of those roles includes a character called “Juicy Burgers Worker” in a movie called Moving Violations

But his “After Hand Shake” IMDB is just loaded with hits including: Boogie Nights, The Family Man, Traffic (Oscar winner), Swordfish, three Ocean’s Eleven movies, Crash (Oscar winner), Hotel Rwanda (Oscar nominations), Hotel For Dogs (arguably the all-time greatest movie about a hotel for dogs), two Iron Man movies, Flight (Oscar nomination), current role on the popular series House of Lies, and will be in the next Avengers movie.

Am I trying to imply that Don Cheadle was a good actor who, upon shaking hands with Uncle Phil, magically received some of his powers thus became a great actor and went on to star in terrific films for the next 20 years? No, of course not. How could I know that with any certainty?

I’m just saying that probably is what happened. 

If I haven’t touched you with that compelling and blatantly irrational argument then try to watch this video without crying:

R.I.P. Uncle Phil. We all miss you.

Jonny Auping

Controversial Outlook Alert: The Case Against “The Sandlot”

Some people have told me that if I really want to turn heads as a writer then I should write something controversial so that more people notice me. My response is typically, “I’m watching clips of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air on Youtube right now, can we talk about this later?”

But today I decided I’d give it a try. Here goes…

The Sandlot.

It’s not really that good, guys.

I’m sorry. I’ve kept my mouth shut for too long.

Before I go further I want you to understand that I don’t necessarily think it’s a bad movie. I simply think it’s overrated. Sometimes when you get frustrated that something is overrated you feel like it’s your duty to criticize it and compensate for everyone else.

For example, Stories For Sunday co-founder Clark Williams and I have argued about the merits of bacon throughout our friendship. Clark doesn’t think it’s all that good. I am of the opinion that he is just sick of people acting like it’s the best food on the planet so he pretends that he doesn’t like it very much. Really he should just admit that he thinks it’s a little overrated. Instead, he claims that a grilled chicken sandwich is more appetizing than anything bacon-related, which is ridiculous. I won’t make that mistake.

In this analogy, the grilled chicken sandwich is, say, Little Giants. I’m not trying to pretend that Little Giants is better than The Sandlot.

I’ll admit The Sandlot has its redeeming qualities:

-Preteen version of Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez is still 80% cooler and better suited to handle any situation than I am right now.

Wendy Peffercorn is an angel.

-The “Tequila” montage is the bee’s knees (and somehow not on Youtube).

That’s pretty much all I got. Honestly, watch this “Funniest Moments” montage. Try to make it through the whole thing. I promise you’ll get bored:

The Sandlot isn’t a fun movie to watch. It’s just a fun movie to talk about because it viscously attacks every nostalgic bone in your body. It’s basically a Buzzfeed list about cool stuff from the nineties; you’ll post it on someone’s Facebook wall just to be like “hey wasn’t life awesome before iPads were invented?”

It’s a borderline travesty how much this movie is quoted. 

“You play baseball like a girl.”

Really? Cool bro, you’re fat.

I hate to break it to you, but that’s how that conversation actually goes 10 times out of 10. It’s a cruel world we live in and kids are the meanest of all. It’s unrealistic and irresponsible to tell kids that  back and forth insults are always going to end with s’mores parties. They’re probably going to end with somebody crying and emotionally damaged.

Speaking of S’mores… I’m sick of people acting like that joke is comedic gold. “S’more what?” Had you really not heard that before the movie? It’s not even an original joke. The whole premise of naming the creation s’mores is based on that joke.

That being said, I’ll admit that my problem with The Sandlot probably traces back to one point: Dennis Leary sucks in this movie. If that dude were my stepdad I’d be willing to let a giant dog eat me too. Throughout the whole movie Smalls is desperate to get his stepdad’s approval. Why, Smalls? Do you know how many people would kill to have Benny the Jet take them under his wing and you’re fixated on that a-hole? I mean, he didn’t even teach you what a s’more is. That’s like stepdad 101. Oh, you risked your life to get his ball back and just because he wasn’t that mad about it now you’re going to call him “dad”? You’re killing me Smalls. I didn’t want to say anything before, but I don’t like the way he looks at your mom when you’re around. 

Let’s also talk about the fact that James Earl Jones’ character apparently knew Babe Ruth. He claimed that he would have “broken his record” if he hadn’t gone blind. This movie is totally ignoring the fact that black players were not allowed in Major League Baseball until a few months before Ruth died….It does, however, provide two important messages: 1) it’s really racist to be inexplicably scared of the the black man and his giant dog who live in your neighborhood and 2) don’t crowd the plate, kids. You will get hit by a pitch and you will go blind. 

The Sandlot might be better than Little Giants, but I refuse to believe it was better than Angels in the Outfield. AITO had Christopher Lloyd, Danny Glover, young Joseph Gordon Levitt, Adrien Brody and Matthew McConaughey. It was like the Ocean’s Eleven of supernatural baseball movies. 

If you want to keep placing Sandlot on a pedestal, then go head. Keep looking for “Where Are They Now” stories and tweeting about how different the cast looks these days. 

But count me out. I don’t care where they are now…except for Wendy…in her case, I’m very interested. 

Jonny Auping

In Memoriam to BlockBuster: Back When I Used to Go Outside…

Wednesday, November 6th was a sad day for many of us who grew up before Netflix innovated a new way to kill any chances of our productivity. It was announced that all remaining Blockbuster stores would be closed.

I still remember the first time I lost my mom’s BlockBuster card. It seemed like the process of lamination had yet to be perfected at that time because the corners of that thing stabbed my fingers like little knives. 

I still remember when the new releases were in a red case instead of a blue one. That bright red meant you had two days to get it back to Blockbuster. Renting one blue-cased video and one red-cased video at the same time could strongly affect how you planned the rest of your week.

I still remember how if the they were out of the video I was looking for I would look behind the cover of every video to the left, right, top, bottom or diagonally adjacent to it. The search yielded postive results approximately zero times. 

A few weeks ago, I watched Looper on Netflix. Years ago I rented Angels in the Outfield from Blockbuster. Joseph Gordon-Levitt and I have come a long way since then.

I still remember the two year period of my life when I claimed Blue Streak as my favorite movie. I would walk into the comedy section of Blockbuster and never make it past the B’s. 

I still remember the extremely short description’s of the movies on the back of each case. In case you were wondering, the description for the 1995 cartoon film Balto was ““An outcast half-wolf risks his life to prevent a deadly epidemic from ravaging Nome, Alaska.” It had me at half-wolf.

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I still remember the candy sold in the line of the check out. They sold Milk Duds in milk cartons. Something about those cartons really brought the taste out of those things in a way a rectangular box never could. 

I still remember renting Blank Check and returning to ask the Blockbuster employee what other movies Tone Loc had been in. 

I still remember Buncha Crunch. They looked like asteroids, guys. I rented Deep Impact and ate them while watching it once. It was pretty awesome. 

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I still remember being introduced to the Beach Boys by the modern cinematic classic Surf Ninjas. 

It’s not inconceivable that the amount of gas mileage accumulated taking me to Blockbuster specifically to rent Surf Ninjas could actually be a larger number than the one currently in my bank account. 

I still remember Hot Tamales. We all got those things for one reason and one reason only: to impress our friend. Well, where is that friend now? Do you even hang out with him/her? Probably not. They probably wouldn’t stop talking during the best scenes in Blue Streak.

I still remember it was way too damn cold in every single Blockbuster. 

I still remember that if my video was out of stock I would ask them to check behind the counter for the recently dropped off videos. I later learned I was not the only person in the world who knew that trick. 

I still remember that, for some reason, the “Action” section would just run directly into the “Horror” section causing me to become compltely terrified when I saw the cover of the Hellraiser video. Tenth grade was a tough year for me. 

I still remember when a trip to BlockBuster meant something. It determined what I would watch that week. Whatever one or two videos I came home with had to be enjoyed and appreciated.

I still remember when Netflix hadn’t yet ruined my life and stood between me and any chance of succeeding in this world. 

I don’t even like The Walking Dead, but apparently if I don’t do something another one is going to start in 15 seconds….

Jonny Auping

The Entourage Cast’s IMDB Pages

Remember when Entourage went off the air and every guy on the planet had to focus on their not-nearly-as-cool-as-Vince-Chase’s-life-life? Well, I had advice for the cast of Entourage around that time. My advice was that they officially change their names to the names of their characters on the show and try to typecast themselves into popular films. It would help obsessive Entourage fans into thinking the plot is actually real (even though this would actually make no sense. How would casting a fictional Hollywood character into a fictional movie even work? Would they understand they are in a movie or just kind of go with the plot?). The point is that it would be fun. Imagine Turtle in a Fast and Furious movie. Or Johnny Drama in an episode of Modern Family. Or “E” as the best friend in Don Jon.

Unfortunately, I never put this idea into writing. I just talked about it like two times to random people after a few beers. So clearly they never took my advice. They were more interested in “expanding their range” and “trying out new roles.” Well how has that gone for them?

It has gone terribly. That Entourage movie can’t come soon enough.

Here’s a quick glance at the recent work of Vinny Chase and the boys:

Adrian Grenier (Vince Chase):

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That’s four question marks next to the Entourage film. Even IMDB is anxious. They are basically saying “umm he was in two movies, he narrated one, he was in the Entourage show and uhhh….they’re doing a movie of that too…right?…Yeah, whatever, let’s just list it.”

Yeah I know, my IMDB impression is pretty dead on.

Jerry Ferrara (Turtle):

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A big 2014 coming up for Turtle.  He’s set to be in Think Like a Man Too in which he’ll be playing the role of the white guy Jeremy. 

Kevin Connolly (“E”):

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To be fair, Connolly does end up dating Drew Barrymore in He’s Just Not That Into You. Connolly and Griener were both allowed their one big box office movies with star actors. It was their “Hey, it’s that guy from Entourage” movies. Grenier’s was The Devil Wears Prada. 

Kevin Dillon (Johnny “Drama”)

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Dillon is the exception. Little known fact: Dillion’s role as “Carl Scudder” in Hotel For Dogs was Daniel Day Lewis’ inspiration when he was shooting Lincoln. 

Well, that was depressing. Jeremy Piven is the only actor that came out of that series with people actually calling him by his real name, which is ironic considering Ari Gold was easily the most memorable character from the show. Honestly, in order to find those IMDB pages I had to google “Vince, E, Turtle and Drama”

Then I heard that Mark Wahlberg claimed that greediness was the reason for the setbacks in the Entourage movie. It turns out Ferrara and Grenier are not signed on to the film. Seriously? You guys think they were going to cast you in Gravity? 

Then I became completely at ease when Grenier Instagrammed a picture of the four actors together with these words over the image:

To all Entourage fans. I owe it to you to make a couple things clear. I take my role as Vince on the show & off very seriously. All decisions I make personally & for business are for the principle of friendship and brotherhood. It has, & never will be about the money for me. I promise. I will always stand up for the boys (that includes you) & do what I can to make sure they are treated fairly, and not be taken advantage of by anybody. The spirit of Entourage is about sharing the opportunities given to us and I will sign any deal that gives ALL the boys an opportunity to share in the upside of success EQUALLY. I assure you, despite the perception, there is no greed in my heart. Remember, it will all work out in the end. It always does. —— I will try to answer questions with hashtag#entourageboysshare

He literally could not have thought of a more Vince thing to say, right down to calling fans of Entourage “the boys.” 

So rest easy, people who want to see four guys degrade women and one agent scream homophobic slurs at his asian assistant, Entourage will be back. That being said, if 2 Chainz doesn’t have a cameo, they will have at least one angry fan on their hands. 

-Jonny Auping

The Winner of the Trendy Tourney Is…

The Trendy Tourney is a 16-seed tournament of all things trendy created in order to determine what is the biggest fad of the moment.

The unveiling of the Trendy Tourney and full bracket can be found here. The second round can be found here.  The third round can be found here and the Final Four can be found here

After four exciting and dramatic rounds of action, we have finally made it to the championship. I’d like to first start off by saying that I appreciate all the people who involved themselves in the process by emailing me or tweeting me with their opinions. I can promise every one of your voices was heard and factored into the process. Everyone who emailed me or tweeted at me to complain about results that were already posted, I assure you every one of your voices were heard, but factored into absolutely nothing. We will try to do more slightly interactive posts in the future. 

I’d like to be able to tie all this together with a cool little bracket that shows the result of the entire tournament, but that would take way too much time and energy and I’m not smart enough to actually make it look good anyway. So instead of that, we’ll quickly recap how each fad made it to the championship. 

Breaking Bad started off tournament play by knocking out Saying YOLO Ironically in the first round. From there they had a really tough matchup with Anna Kendrick. Kendrick gave the AMC show a real run for its money, but even her critical acclaim in the film Drinking Buddies wasn’t enough to take down Heisenberg. In the Final Four the show took on Emojis and just barely came out on top. 

Lists on the Internet began the tournament with a landslide victory over Jadeveon Clowney who barely even put up a fight. Then they quickly took out the Cinderella of the first round, Doritos Locos Tacos. In the Final Four they faced off against Molly and really exposed its weakness (i.e. more people talk about Molly than actually do it).

So it all comes down to this.

Now [2-seeded] Breaking Bad faces off against [5-seeded] Lists on the Internet for all the marbles. 

After much deliberation, the results are in. The winner of the 2013 Late August/early September edition of the Trendy Tournament is….



I owe it to you guys to be honest with you. This is my tournament. Altogether it will total just over 4000 words, all written by me. I really did factor in every single one of your opinions. But at the end of the day it’s my decision. 

I probably received a few more votes for Lists on the Internet. But here’s the catch, I hate lists on the internet and I can’t stand the notion of them winning a tournament that I created. Lists on the Internet are not a fad, they are an epidemic. 

Anyone can write a list. The number is arbitrary. I could write “35 Things Keenan and Kel Told Us About the US involvement in Syria” or “22 Sandlot Quotes Single People Should Live By” but they will be 80 percent pictures, make no sense and have maybe four clever jokes in the entire piece, yet they would spread like wildfire because people want to A.) “Read” something that takes less time than a Pop Tart takes to cook and B.) Share something nostalgic with someone they haven’t seen in a while. It’s gotten out of control.

One list we can endorse at Stories For Sunday is “24 Signs There Are Too Many Lists on the Internet.”

One problem that arises is the fact that there are plenty of lists on the Internet that involve Breaking Bad and there will continue to be more. A friend of mine, Joe, pointed out to me that “‘5 Ways Breaking Bad Should Have Ended’ will exist within minutes of the finale.” This is a solid point, but the question is who gets credit for this, Lists or Breaking Bad? I say it’s a wash. But considering you could write about 50 Buzzfeed/Thought Catalog lists in the time it takes to shoot one Walt Jr. breakfast scene, I’d personally give the edge to Breaking Bad.

Let’s not pretend that Breaking Bad won by default. The show has completely captivated the nation. You still can’t talk about season 2 in public because someone who isn’t caught up might try to murder you the way Gail gets murdered at the end of season 2 (sorry). Just as many people talk about Breaking Bad monday morning as talk about all the NFL games combined (according to something I just made up). 

There’s only 3 episodes left and no one has any idea what’s going to happen. Is Walter going to die? Will Jesse die? Is Walter Jr. going to get one last hearty breakfast in? Any single character could die in these last three episodes and no one would be surprised (I’m assuming they won’t kill the baby because that would be pretty brutal, but any other character could die). 

And on top of all this is the fact that R. Kelly’s “Ignition Remix” was remixed using only lines from Breaking Bad. Anything Kells touches instantly wins trendy points as far as I’m concerned. 

(Shown to me by Clark):

Also, I think this story/video will hold up as culturally relevant for years to come:

“There’s blueberries just floating out there, frozen, cause it’s in space..”

Also, no character in TV in the past ten years is as universally liked as Jesse Pinkman. He can be angry, he can be sad, drugged out, devastated, scared… no matter what he’s doing everybody wants him to win in the end. Plus, he says awesome stuff like this:

Breaking Bad will never be more trendy as it is over the next three weeks. And the excitement that it generates in people crushes the excitement that anyone gets over reading a list on the internet. That is why it is the champion of the Trendy Tourney.*

*That being said, there are only three episodes left and if Skinny Pete and Badger don’t get any airtime in any of them then I might have to retroactively eliminate the show in the first round. 

Jonny Auping 

The Trendy Tourney: The Final Four

The Trendy Tourney is a 16-seed tournament of all things trendy created in order to determine what is the biggest fad of the moment.

To see the unveiling of the Trendy Tourney click here.

To see the second round results of the Trendy Tourney click here.

To see the third round of the Trendy Tourney click here

We started with 16 trends. Only the four remain. The four trendiest fads of this moment in time. If you’re not up to date with these four things than you’re just really out of touch. You can’t go near social media without hearing about one of them. And now they square off against each other for a shot at the championship of the Trendy Tourney. High stakes, high drama stuff right here. 

Without further ado, here is who will be advancing to the championship matchup:

[5-seed] Lists on the Internet defeats [8-seed] Molly

Molly really had a historic run in this tournament. Their David Vs. Goliath-takedown of Number one-seeded Vines will not soon be forgotten. But eventually Molly wears off just when you realize that you are no longer at a rave party, but the back alley of a Chili’s Restaurant. 

And the trendy appeal of Molly wears off as well. The biggest problem going against it is that way more people talk about Molly than actually use it. The nickname caught on and now everyone thinks it’s the coolest drug on the market. But kids, drugs aren’t cool. If you’re going to waste your life away do it through Facebook, Netflix, Instagram, Twitter and fast food like responsible people. 

Lists on the Internet aren’t going anywhere. Did you know there are 31 Ways that Rugrats Apply to Post Grad Life? Well, there aren’t. But I guarantee some lazy writer will think of 31 bullshit connections that will make you feel nostalgic enough to post it on Facebook. 

Lists on the Internet are an epidemic. And they are spreading fast. 

[2-seed] Breaking Bad defeats [3-seed] Emojis 

Two powerhouse trends. Only one could win. Breaking Bad came out victorious because emojis are just something people use, Breaking Bad is something people talk about. No one goes to work and says, “did you see that emoji I used yesterday?” People do say “Oh my God, I can’t believe Walt ******** and then Jesse actually ***********.” (I blanked out actual details because people lose their mind with irrational jealous rage when the slightest Breaking Bad plot line is spoiled for them). 

Breaking Bad  was just destined to make the championship just like Badger was destined to be the best storyteller in TV history

Emojis made it along way, but their journey ends here…..Feeling Sad.

So the championship matchup will feature:

[2-seed] Breaking Bad


[5-seed] Lists on the Internet

The champion will be crowned Wednesday. Your opinion will be factored in by reaching me at jonathan.auping@gmail.com or @JonathanAuping

Jonny Auping