Mario and Fafa set out to create the absolutely worst top ten list of all time, somehow managing to fill five minutes of our time explaining their favorite numbers between 0 and 9, inclusive. Our fave? We plead the Fifth.
There’s nothing worse than Internet trolls. But if Mario and Fafa are to be believed, we’re all somewhat guilty of baiting people into traps from time to time. Think about it. Without some level of trolling, we’d never have pranks like these.
The Glove and Boots gang busts out the Beatles classic All Together Now as they exercise their musical chops once again. Though they seem to lose their way somewhere along the way. We dare you not to bob your head from side to side.
Halloween is almost here, so you’d better be ready to take on all the goblins and monsters soon to be roaming your neighborhood. Mario and Fafa are here to teach us how to survive. Wait. That’s not what this video is about?
Our favorite new character on Glove and Boots whips out his tracksuit and gold chain once more to give us a quick tour of his home town, along with some pointers on life in the Big Apple’s fast lane. Mmmm. Dirty water dogs.
Mario and Fafa put to the test the first-world problem-solvers found on late night television. Ok, they’re not exactly Consumer Reports having a gorilla puppet use these things. Also, Johnny T would be the perfect pitch man.
Puppets are human too make mistakes too. Mario, Fafa and friends clown around even more than usual in this amusing reel of bloopers from the hilarious Glove and Boots series. This makes us want to see a behind-the-scenes reel now.
We have a renewed interest in live musical theatre now, thanks to the emotive puppetry and laugh-out-loud song lyrics here in Wolverine! The Musical. And it’s all dreamed up from Glove and Boots. (Thanks John!)
If you believe Joseph Campbell’s Monomyth theory, most narratives follow a similar “Hero’s Journey” structure. Here, Mario, Fafa and Johnny T explain how the theory can be applied to everything from Star Wars to Happy Gilmore.
Glove and Boots introduces us to a new character, Fafa’s annoying, stereotypical cousin, Johnny T – who happens to be a toad. We’re not sure how that works, since Fafa is a groundhog. Watch. Learn. Boom. Done.
Ok. Let’s say, hypothetically, you’re not up for working right now, for whatever reason. Take a 2:11 break and watch this “Gorillage People” medley from Glove & Boots. You’ll forget anything you were just stressed out about.
Mario and Fafa dig through the darkest corners of the Internet looking for the ultimate web oddities in 10 Things on the Internet That We Don’t Understand. They make a good point about the Facebook “Like” buttons on Myspace.