Know Your Meme Episodes


Resident internet scientist Forest investigates.

Autotune (feat. Weird Al Yankovic)

Auto-Tune is an automated pitch-correction and audio-processing software developed by Antares Audio Technologies in 1997. While the technology has been silently at work behind various hits for over a decade, it was introduced to larger audiences after the breakout of rapper, singer and producer T-Pain, who experimented heavily with auto-tune effect in his albums.

Published on 11/10/09

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Where the Hell is Matt?

Where the Hell is Matt? (aka “Dancing Matt”) is a viral video series featuring Matt Harding dancing in front of famous landmarks and sightseeing spots around the world.

Published on 10/08/09

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Get Down

Get Down is a series of stop-motion dance videos mimicking a software glitch in the Nintendo 64 game Goldeneye 007, wherein the characters would suddenly spaz out if the game cartridge was only partially attached to the console.

Published on 10/01/09

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David After Dentist

David After Dentist is a viral video of an eight year old boy dwelling on heavy thoughts on his way home from the dentist’s office. Sedated and super confused, David’s aww-some ranting in the backseat of his dad’s van became one of the most watched videos on YouTube.

Published on 09/02/09

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Bubb Rubb

Bubb Rubb is a Bay Area resident who appeared in a local news segment on the growing trend of “whistle tips,” a custom-modified exhaust pipe that generates deafening sounds of whistles during motor operation.

Published on 08/17/09

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