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Fantastic Mike and the Mad Dog Impersonators Make 'True Detective' Spoof

We’ve seen this Mike Zaun’s parodies of Francesa’s takes on various American wars (Revolutionary, Civil, WWII), and he’s delivered comedic brilliance yet again. Parodying how Mike and the Mad Dog would appear as getting interviewed in the police office in True Detective, “Mike” demands six Diet Cokes without labels while “Dog” laments being stuck in “radio nowhere” on Sirius/XM. New York sports is a flat circle.

There may not be too many people in the world who grasp the tremendous nuances of this humor, but hopefully you’re one of them if you bothered clicking through.

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