Editor’s note: Did you miss Mitch’s hodgepodge collection of YouTube classics from last Monday? Catch up here.
Back again with some personal YouTube favorites! Today, I’m bringing you everything from a hypnotic montage of David Caruso taking off his sunglasses to Air Jordan getting schooled at his own camp.
If you’re not familiar with the show CSI: Miami, then this montage of the beginning scenes from the show will make everything crystal clear. Show begins: a grisly crime has happened in South Beach, David Caruso gets called to the scene and promptly attempts a witty one-liner or rejoinder to his colleagues. Cue Roger Daltrey of The Who ‘s primal crime-solving scream and that’s what I call good television!
Fun Fact: repeats of CSI: Miami are beating The Jay Leno Show. Well played, Caruso.
“So we have a victim who started this week big man on campus and left it… dead on arrival.”
This next one is a mash-up I found of hip hop duo Clipse over the beat from Kanye West’s “Flashing Lights”. Considering Clipse is one of the most underrated hip-hop groups around and the “Flashing Lights” beat is a contender for the best beat in the past five years, it would be hard to screw up this remix. Worth it alone for the line “with a mean comeback like the return of the Sith“.
This video I put out as a tribute to Michael Jordon’s Hall of Fame speech. I won’t spoil the end, but it involves a middle-aged MJ, an out- of -shape CEO, and hilarious Jordan taunting. Compelling.
Brokeback to the Future is the best of the re-cut trailers meme that appeared on the internet a few years back. With some creative editing and music choices, Back to the Future is turned into the romantic drama you always thought it was.
“But the one variable they forget…was love”
“You sent me a letter!”
That’s it for this week. Enjoy your Monday!
About the Author: Mitch is the resident music wrangler and all-around well connected Lacrosse All Stars insider. The lacrosse playing ended in high school, but the friendships never did. The Prima-donna of the writers. Still not sure about this whole “internet” thing. Would love to be called “Sir” without the following: “You’re making a scene”.