Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Internet wags mock Dreamboat's existential crisis

These guys definitely didn't skimp on the effects budget; the transition from the real Brady to the faux one is seamless. You probably won't notice, except upon several studied viewings.

If Brady ever needs a double to distract the media while he sneaks over to Gisele's crib, this doppelgänger should get the first call. See for yourself:



10 comments:

Otto Man said...

I think you put up the wrong clip. That was nothing but Tom Brady.

A painfully unfunny and incredibly lame Tom Brady.

The Pirate Sloth said...

I melted when I looked into his eyes.

Chris(BessMervinGirlDetective) said...

A powerfully reverent exercise in remystification, an attempt to waft some of the clouds of glory back around the great man, clouds that might have dispersed since the last super bowl.

SlideShow Bob said...

the NightmareBarge?

flubby said...

+1 Bob; we would also have accepted "Shipwreck"

Kurt Miller said...

I'm glad to see that Drew Bledsoe isn't bitter about being escorted out of the NFL

Livingston said...

That guy wasn't impersonating Peyton Manning mocking Tom Brady?

Drewbacca311 said...

Funny vid, but this guy is definitely NO Tom Brady!

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