“Hi. My name is Alfred Delia. At home, they call me Big Al and I hit dingers.”
Big Al is electric. We need to protect this kid at all costs. He was born for television. Big Al is everything that’s good in the world. He’s so innocent and hasn’t been corrupted by social medi yeta. All Big Al wants to do is eat his cookies and hit dingers. That’s my kind of life. It did not surprise me whatsoever that Big Al CRUSHED his interview on Jimmy Kimmel.
Everyone needs to hide their girlfriends because Big Al just stole them. This is one viral kid that everyone universally likes. Thank the lord that no one searching in the dark places of the Internet to find this kid’s skeletons in the closet. Big Al is a national treasure. Plus, he hit a dinger the other day!
What did Big Al do after that? He hit ANOTHA ONE.
Thank you, Big Al. You’re my hero.
God’s Plan. God’s Plan.
If there’s a viral video, you better believe Jimmy Kimmel is going to address it. We live in a world where after every viral video, the thought of “Is this a Jimmy Kimmel prank,” runs through my mind. You can never be too sure if with Kimmel around. That being said, Guillermo Rodriguez is the MVP of his show. Although he’s considered the sidekick, Robin tends to get more laughs out of me than Batman. Obviously, the accent helps, but Guillermo’s oblivious and harmless attitude makes him so funny. Guillermo knows he’s getting messed with, but his clueless persona is what makes him so funny. Best part was the old man receiving the bread. He probably had zero idea what was going on and would probably associate Drake with the college.
Anyways, this was a good parody, but nothing will be the “God’s Plan” parody from Andy Ortiz. Going into a bodega and passing out household items had me in tears.
The guy at the beginning is the best. “FO FREE?!” *runs to grab coronas*
Drake wins again. God’s Plan *praying hands emoji*
Everyone loves a good prank, especially when a friend is on the receiving end of one. Last week, Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine and LA Clippers sixth man Jamal Crawford joined Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night to introduce the “Kids Without Hover-boards PSA” prank to the world.
J-Crossover has been a mentor to the 22-year-old UCLA product throughout his first couple years in the league, as the good friends hail from the west coast, dominating the streets of Washington while growing up. It was pretty funny to see two of the most laid back, even-keel dudes in the league a little out of their element and comfort zone.
LaVine chills backstage with Cousin Sal as the 37-year-old Crawford heads to what looks to be your normal television set, where actor Thomas Lennon (We’re The Millers) plays the role of the annoying over-the-top set director. Lennon does a great job messing with Jamal calling him JaVar and making him do repeated spins, twirls while repeating the PSA’s message.
One shot they even make Crawford use fake tears while talking, keep in mind this is for “Children Without Hover-boards.” It’s “Hoverrific” people. The director takes it to the next level when he begins bossing around the kids on hover-boards in the PSA and finally asks Jamal, who hasn’t aged since joining the league in 2000, to get in a harness for a stunt, which he refuses because it would void his contract.
Finally Zach comes storming in trying to figure out what’s going on saying Jamal’s on the wrong set before letting J-Crawf in on the joke that Jimmy Kimmel’s cameras were responsible. Check it out below, it had me laughing this weekend and I think I have a good sense of humor. I’d watch out if I was Zach LaVine whenever the Clippers and T-Wolves get together next season.