Jack Bauer interrogates Santa

By Shamus
on Dec 26, 2009
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Christmas is over, so it’s okay to be cynical and heartless again. Thank goodness. That was like holding my breath for a month. Anyway, thanks to Jansolo for this one:

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1515 comments. (Fifteen is the smallest natural number with seven letters in its name.)

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  1. John says:

    Haha! I caught this on another site, but its pretty funny. I’m a big 24 fan. Some of the editing is a little sketchy but it works out just fine.

  2. toasty says:

    never watched an episode of 24 before but that was Brilliant.

    “You’re on the naughty list.”
    “You son of a bitch!”

  3. Spluckor says:

    LoL… that’s hilarious.

    “And Jack…. Merry Christmas”

  4. ima420r says:

    Nice. I have never watched 24 but I enjoyed it.

  5. Mom says:

    You should keep Christmas in your heart all year through.

  6. TSED says:

    I can’t wait for the return to normalcy! Now if only people would stop referring to current events as ‘after Christmas…’

  7. Chris Arndt says:

    There are 12 days of Christmas ‘tween the 25th of December and Epiphany.

  8. Carra says:

    That movie is done excellently! Good laugh.

  9. TehShrike says:

    That is excellent.

    In a similar theme, but even more elaborate and full of win (IMHO), check out the two-part Rare Exports:

  10. Old_Geek says:

    I always knew Santa was a terrorist.

  11. Shinan says:

    And speaking of Rare Exports there’s also a movie in the works!

  12. RustyBadger says:

    Rare Exports definitely win. Freakin’ BRILLIANT.

  13. HeadHunter says:

    @ #10:

    Santa is clearly a Canadian. He lives in the Arctic Circle, comes down to the States and leaves boxes under trees. Typical M.O. of the Canadian Shopper.

  14. AnZsDad says:

    Strange that no one else has commented this way, but I kinda found that Santa to be the creepiest mofo I’ve seen in a long time. I think I enjoyed the video (and the concept was neat), but it was disquieting in a way I can’t really describe. That may have a lot to do with the fact that Bauer is always so intense. :)

  15. Henebry says:

    Was going to comment, but then I realized I was going political—I’ve never been a fan of the implicit politics of 24, so I liked the way that this parody calls them into question.

    Is that within bounds? I appreciate the culture of this site, so I don’t want to do anything to poison the well.

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