Flying Cars are Real?!

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"Flying Cars are Real?!"
WheezyWaiter video
Episode no. Episode 345
2010
Original Upload date July 2, 2010
Running time 0:02:26
Intro Wheezy beard intro
Outro sunglasses outro
Wink submitted by GimmeChoclat
Featured Clones
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Transcript

[slides in/singing rug]
Oh yeah, I wasn't supposed to make a video today. [slides out/singing rug]
[Wheezy Waiter beard intro]
Oh yeah! [slides in] I just realized something while staring over there at the wall by myself crying a little bit. Cause that's what I do when I'm alone. Just kidding. Hahahahaha. [Cries] Hahaha. [Cries] Hahaha. [Cries] [Breathes in and out rapidly in extreme closeup]
Anyway, I forgot that I have extra time because I have a prototype of the new flying car.
Yes, McFly, there is a flying car.
Someone is producing a flying car called the Transition. [Every time he says the word "transition," a different type of editing transition is used. This time it's a star which grows larger on the screen, eventually filling the frame and showing an article with a photo] Yes, this is a picture of the awesome new car, the Transition. [The headline and photo rotate to reveal the article, which Craig starts to read.] Transition... [rapid wipe. Now Craig is on screen and article is not.] No, go back. [The article returns] Transition... [rapid wipe. Article goes away again.] No, no! Go back! ... It is designed for trips of up to about 450 miles and can travel about 100 miles per hour in the air... [Craig's back on screen. The article is not.] Transition! [Another type of editing technique makes Craig disappear and the article reappear as he continues reading] Produced by Massachusetts engineering firm Terrafugia... Fugee-a? [Picture of an album by The Fugees] ... Terrafugia anticipates the Transition [quick rotation again but article remains on screen}... Grrr.... will cost 194 thousand dollars.
I was able to purchase an early version due to help with... financial... umm.... I stole it.
I wonder what Craig with a Wig thinks about the flying car.
[Craig with a Wig:] Cars are meant for the ground. And I hate things with meaning.
[Theme song:] He's Craigity Craig, Craig with a Wig. [Craig with a Wig turns his head and frowns] [toy piano key] [He smiles]
Doesn't matter. I wouldn't let him fly it anyway.
[A clone leans into frame:] Can I fly it?
{Craig:] No! [punches the clone]
[Clone:] Owww!
[Craig:] _____ punch. [gives thumbs-up as clone leaves the frame]
And now I must get going in my flying car, but first I have to get some coffee because I think it's done. I love it when the coffee's done!
When I have awesome things like a flying car, I feel snooty, so I'm gonna snoot my way to the coffee. [Turns to camera angle, looks it up and down, his lip curls, he snorts. Gets up and turns to another camera angle along the way, does the same thing. In the kitchen, looks into another camera angle:] Better than you! [Walks up to coffee maker. Looks over his shoulder and scoffs. With his lip raised, he sips his coffee. Walking back to his chair, he snorts and laughs into a couple of other camera angles. When he sits down, he says:] Psh! [and raises his head, looking upwards] Oh! Car's waiting. [Jumps]
[We see the flying car and Craig's face in the window of the flying car. We can hear the motor. As it flies through the sky, we can hear Craig:] Hmm. How about an inflight movie? What's this button say? Crash? I wonder if it's the David Cronenberg version or the crappy Best Picture Oscar winner? Pushes button. [The car heads downward] Oh no! It's the act of crashing! Waaaaaaaa! [The flying car explodes in the sky]
[Viewer and her clone sing the outro theme as the Wheezy Waiter sunglasses outro graphic appears onscreen. The viewer then says to her clone:] Okay. Now into the alligator pit. [She winks (ding)]
Produced by a Massachusetts eng... Produced... Produced by a Massachusetts engin... [makes lots of funny noises]
[On his way to the kitchen for coffee, Craig scoffs at the camera.]

Recurring elements

singing rug, breathing being his thing, Back to the Future, headlines, Craig with a Wig, clone, "I love it when the coffee's done!", wink, outtakes

External links

Flying Cars are Real?! on YouTube