You all know the drill by now if you’re a regular reader – the Rockstar Editor is awesome and accessible, opening up the world of GTA V fan videos to people who otherwise wouldn’t bother with all the fuss of third party software. An enormous sub-culture dedicated to the creation of GTA 5 fan films has swiftly emerged and its own stars popped up over time. Clear directions and styles, like talent trees in RPGs, have also formed.
On the one hand we have the original content. Players inventing screenplays and stories for their actors to perform on screen. On the other hand, we have the recreation crowd, taking either the opening sequences of popular TV series, or scenes from well known movies and their trailers. Lastly, we have the parody version of both crowds.
Undoubtedly, the king of GTA 5 parody recreations is none other than the venerable Merfish. Truly a veteran of the Rockstar Editor, he has created countless, horrifically disfigured re-imaginings of well loved children’s shows with the characters from the game. He even dabbled in big-name movie trailers, but the series aimed at kids are still his specialty.
While he is known to defile our childhood memories with industrial quantities of human excrement and dildos, in the case of the show he’s recently remade in GTA 5, we honestly cannot decide whether his version or the original is more terrifying.
We are, of course, talking about the Wiggles, a group of four burned out men suffering from a wide range of behavioral disorders with possible pedophilia being a common one. They are color coded to make differentiating them easier for the retards whom obviously comprise the target audience for the show.
The four men are joined by a varied cast of anthropomorphic animals, a crippled thief/murderer/rapist who primarily operates in the Caribbean sea and a pre-historic creature who was somehow revived through freak science.
The extremely terrifying and dare we say “iconic” wiggling of the cast, which granted the show its name is – obviously – replaced with GTA 5’s humping emote in the Merfish version. He has again reached his turd-quota, with the whole pirate hat on Lamar’s modded skin is comprised of crap.
The rest is good old Merfish standard. Extra violence of the GTA 5 variety, explosions, Lester being horribly misrepresented – the master’s genuine old self is back in it’s full, smelly glory.
What retro kids show would you like to see Merfish re-imagine in GTA 5?
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