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Subtitle: Generic Internet Music Video #0009589
Author: Drunk Magikoopa
Release Date: February 18, 2004
File Size: 3.93 MB
Duration: 1:24
Complexity: unrated
Animutatedness: unrated
Star(s): old man, guy in suit, ducks
Audio Info
321 Stars
Artist: DJ Simon
Album: DDR Extreme
Genre: Techno Pop
Language: English

Contents

About

A puzzlingly bizzare mind trip through a magical world of bourgeois old men and dancing death ducks, an energetic, staticy, loose narrative of counting to three with stars, an unexplainable smorgashboard of feeling and expression, a rollercoaster ride that doesn't settle down until the last couple of moments, an explicitly brilliant jumble that will scar you for life (whether that is in a good way or bad way, depends on how easily you are offended), a towering dream of mystery wrapped in controversial wit, a true masterpiece.

As the title would have it, it makes you go "what?".

Cast

Transcript

Lyrics

Fake Lyrics Real Lyrics

One-two-three-two-one!

One-two, one-two, one-two, one-two
Two-two-two-two-two-two-two
Three-two-one!

One! Two! Three-two-one!

One-two, one-two, one-two, one-two
Two-two-two-two-two-two-two
Three-two-one!
With stars

One-two, one-two, one-two, one-two
Two-two-two-two-two-two-two
Three-two-one!
Hi...

One-two-three-two-one!

One-two, one-two, one-two, one-two
Two-two-two-two-two-two-two
Three-two-one!

One! Two! Three-two-one!

One-two, one-two, one-two, one-two
Two-two-two-two-two-two-two
Three-two-one!
The stars

One-two, one-two, one-two, one-two
Two-two-two-two-two-two-two
Three-two-one!
Hi...

Audio Details

The song is "321 Stars" by DJ Simon, which appeared in the arcade game Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME.

Trivia

  • This flash contains both Goatse and Tubgirl, although the real Tubgirl looks more realistic than the animutation's version. The only other fanimutation to have both is Perot Music Hour, where the real Tubgirl picture is shown, as opposed to a drawing.
  • In the scene near the beginning where it turns negative and text flies by, the text reads "AGHHAGHABHAGAHGAHABHGAHBA".
  • The only 3 characters that move their mouths in this animation are the man who vomits near the start, the sea wave with a face, and Jay Sherman.
  • The drawings during the final "One Two":
    • Rich People with a golden one
    • People worshipping a giant two
    • Robots with a metallic one
    • Peanut-like Asian people, with God holding a two
    • Various pink doodles with a one in the center
    • People checking the stock market, with a two on the graph
    • A sea monster eating a one
    • A city scene with a two being made out of lights
  • Near the end of the flash, there's a flurry of many images, two frames given to each. It consists of:
    • George W. Bush with an anime girl
    • Cosmo Kramer and Newman
    • A guy licking his huge manboobs
    • A screenshot of a Hamtaro video game
    • Michael "Atters" Attree in the newspaper
    • An asshole
    • A group of Spinda
    • A picture of "The Super Mario Super Show"
    • Heracross, Bulbasaur, and Pikachu
    • A screenshot of Mario Lottery, a fake Mario game
    • Some pointing guy
    • A group of Charmander
    • Al Jolson as he was in 'The Jazz Singer'
    • Baldwin P. Vess from C. O. P. S.
    • A screenshot from the "Instructor Mooselini's Rap" segment from PaRappa the Rapper
    • A Mario Kart screenshot
    • Cupid with some guy's head
    • Conan O'Brien's head in front of a map
    • A peach-colored blob
    • Some members of The Handlebar Club
    • A genital anatomy picture
  • When the Tubgirl/Mario cross appears for the first time, it is only for two frames.
  • Except for the final "3 2 1", every scene in this movie introduces at least one new character.

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