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Twenty-Eight 'Umbrella Academy' Memes For The Fans Who Can't Get Enough

If you haven't seen the web TV series The Umbrella Academy yet and you're a big fan of superhero content, then it's time to get on that sh*t. Since practically everyone and their grandmother is addicted to the show right now, we've curated this gallery of memes to tide you over while we all anxiously wait on a potential third season.

Funny memes about the Netflix TV show 'The Umbrella Academy' | Don't y'all just love Umbrella Academy ADELE RUMOUR HAS Go Diego ghost Number 5 violinist on fire | Klaus and Diego whenever they try come up with plan together PRIVATE Hold sideways, and use my head like battering ram. Always sunny in Philadelphia Dennis and Charlie
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Sassy Moments From The Harry Potter Series That Didn't Make It Into The Movies

Alright alright, let's just get this out of the way: JK Rowling isn't anyone's favorite person right now. That being said, we aren't going to stop loving the Harry Potter series anytime soon. Accordingly, the following are some hilarious and clever moments from the books that didn't quite make it into the movies, and honestly we're not really sure why.

Funny moments from the Harry Potter books that weren't in the movies | My own brother, Aberforth prosecuted practising inappropriate charms on goat all over papers, but did Aberforth hide? No, he did not! He held his head high and went about his business as usual course not entirely sure he can read, so may not have been bravery Goblet Fire
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Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, the guys behind the humorous and often very disturbing comic series Cyanide and Happiness (which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year) have finally launched their new web show.

The first episode, "A Day At The Beach," was released on Thursday (Wednesday for people who donated $15 or more), and they plan to air a new episode each week.

Up until now they've produced a number of shorts, but the new episodes will run a bit longer at around 10-12 minutes each.

According to their Kickstarter page they turned down TV deals and opted for a web series instead because it made more sense.

You're already on the internet, why would we force you to stand up and go into a different room? We're not barbarians.
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Ask A Slave is a comedy web series directed by Jordan Black based on the actress' time working as a living history character at the popular historic site, George Washington's Mount Vernon. All questions and interactions are based on true events.

Watch Episode 2 here.