You got Awkward Cannon!

Larry David, the maestro behind such seminal television masterworks as Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm, has absolutely no interest in portraying the theoretical daily struggles of characters that exist almost entirely within video games and crudely drawn pornography. Thankfully, Overtime Comedy, the Internet’s answer to the tragic death of John Belushi, does. They exist in a world made up of fictional robots, and cute indie girls who secretly wish they could have sex with the fictional robots in a futile bid to prove that they are still relevant in a world they never made.

To that end, they present us with the above clip portraying a surprisingly clingy, attention starved, Mega Man. The kind of Mega Man you might see at your office every day, or walking down the aisles of your local grocery store, just biding time until that one fateful afternoon where he’s found self-asphyxiated next to the horribly mutilated corpse of Rush, and a stained mannequin bearing a striking resemblance to Sheena Easton.

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Earnest Cavalli
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