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Dora’s Back: And Gets Even Realer

March 20, 2013 | By Brent Almond | DADDY LIKE

You might remember a video I posted a while back — a trailer for a hilarious (but disappointingly fake) live-action Dora the Explorer movie. Well, it’s one step closer to fake reality, as College Humor has posted part 1 of the 3-part saga, Dora The Explorer and The Destiny Medallion!

While it lacks some of the first-time funny punch of last year’s Infinity Orb, it’s great seeing Dora, Boots and (swoon) Diego back in acción. And I can only hope Horatio Sanz will return as the annoying and abused The Map. (BTW, have you seen him lately? ¡Aye chihuahua!)

ALERTA: this installment is a tiny bit NSFW. And certainly NSFT (not suitable for toddlers).

COME BACK NEXT WEEK FOR PART 2!

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Friday Fun: Dora Gets Real

June 29, 2012 | By Brent Almond | DADDY LIKE

If you’ve ever endured even a single episode of Dora the Explorer or Go, Diego, Go! then you MUST watch this hilarious (but disappointingly fake) movie trailer. From the frequent geniuses at College Humor.

Great job by Modern Family’s Ariel Winter, playing against nerdy-middle-child type. And I must say, Diego is looking muy hermoso.

Know of any other funny spoofs of annoying kids shows? Please share!

DooDad of the Day: Rainbow Monkey Bandages!

June 9, 2011 | By Brent Almond | DOODAD OF THE DAY, RASPBERRIES

A couple of nights ago, Jon Stewart did a bit on The Daily Show related to Andrew Weiner (shocker). He was making a cocktail and cut open his hand on a margarita glass while trying to shut off the blender… or something. It was a silly mess.

Anyhoo, last night Stewart showed up sporting this super fun monkey bandage covering a nasty set of stitches. How cute is a big blue monkey band-aid?!? JJ loves monkeys, so I checked ‘em out.

Turns out they’re called RAINBOW MONKEY BANDAGES and come in every color of the (gay) rainbow — so hey, cool Pride accessory! They come packaged in a nifty tin along with a FREE PRIZE!

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