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Via Netflix
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Netflix's dark and often moving dystopian drama is coming back for a fourth season and we couldn't be more pysched. There's no release date yet, but it's suspected to be released sometime in 2018. The Emmy-winning series that highlights the menacing side of technology has won hearts all over the world. Here's a sneak peek at what we have to look forward to. 

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Don't be that person who manages to mess up one of the best parts of Thanksgiving: the leftover turkey sandwich. 

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Japanese game shows are famously entertaining, and Slippery Stairs is no exception. Watching these rainbow-suited contestants struggle to ascend some seriously slick stairs is painfully funny. Hopefully we'll get a similar show on this side of the world.

Via WayGaijin
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This fedora-clad cat on a skateboard is cooler than we'll ever be. 

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Via GQ
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Jeff Goldblum is definitely somewhat of an icon, so much so that fans are known for getting tattoos of the quirky actor. Goldblum, who can most recently be seen inThor: Ragnarok, sat down with GQ to review some of this ink. It's pretty glorious. 

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Comedians Chris and Jack are back with a new sketch, and they're here to reveal just how mind-numbing montages would be if they weren't, well. Montages.

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This "honest trailer" for Season 1 of Stranger Things is on point. And don't worry - there are no season two spoilers! 

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It's a humbling question. In this video, The Infographics Show imagines an alternate reality in which the American Revolution never occurred. Kind of like a less crazy version of "The Man In The High Castle." 

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It may not be able to compete with the King of Pop's original tune, but we have to applaud the efforts of Wayne Brady and Postmodern Jukebox. This horn-filled cover is a super fun take on everyone's favorite Halloween hit. 

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It's been ten years since the world giggled at this tiny British duo. Uploaded to Youtube on May 22, 2007 by Howard Davies-Carr, the home video has amassed over 849 million views - and earned the Davies-Carr family over £1 million in advertising revenue. If only all of our silly childhood videos could become viral like this one.

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Things really escalate quickly in the latest Cyanide and Happiness short.