La Historia Caliente del Star Prince

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The utter cruelty of Senor Chang (Ken Jeong) extends to assigning strange homework in the form of videos – or perhaps they only become such paragons of oddity when Abed (Danny Pudi) and Star Burns (Dino Stamatopoulos) are put behind the proverbial steering wheel.

Star Burns is El Star Prince and Abed is a narrator-guide-Force ghost of sorts named Star Brows. He translates popping Spanish phrases into English and explains the under-four-minute world to the audiences.

A princess has been kidnapped by an evil overlord (the Spanish Diablo in a bizarre Viking hat) and Star Prince’s musical theatre major girlfriend is no help (oh yeah, it picks on that major tremendously).

But wait, the evil overlord is a musical theatre major, too, and all he wanted was for the princess to notice him. Cue happy ending for the senile sorcerer, but not for Star Burns, it seems, who has finally crossed the line with the lady at home.

Luckily, Senor Chang is severely displeased and will only let the duo amend their error if he’s featured in the second version.

Overall, the video was incredibly entertaining, if quite short. Star Burns and the wizard would shoot contradictory terms at one another (“Hielo” versus “Fuego” – “Ice” versus “Fire”). شرح لعبة بلاك جاك

A highly amusing version came in the form of “Pantalones” versus “Pantalones Caliente,” which can certainly make sense, since many would agree that hot pants almost qualify as the distinct absence of the intended function of any clothing.

“Community” is not a show that takes itself seriously, and this is one of the reasons for which it is so watchable. اربح مال مجانا Week after week, it provides at least a sliver of laughter – if not uproarious guffaws – through its remarkably down-to-earth style.

This absolutely engaging webisode is certainly no exception. لربح المال

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I spent a good decade dabbling in creating metaphysically-inclined narrative fiction and a mercifully short stream of lackluster poetry. A seasoned connoisseur of college majors, I discovered journalism only recently through a mock review for my mock editor, though my respect for the field is hardly laughable. I eventually plan to teach philosophy at a university and write in my free time while traveling the world, scaling mountains and finding other, more creative ways to stimulate adrenaline. Travel journalism, incidentally, would be a dream profession. Potential employers? Feel free to ruthlessly steal me away from the site. I’ll put that overexposed Miss Brown to shame.

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