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L.A. Lakers fans Dan Rib and Ken Belcher rip Kobe Bryant for not being “The Kobe That We Used to Know” in this hilarious parody of Gotye's hit song.

Following the Lakers' unceremonious dismissal from the playoffs at the hands of Oklahoma City this week, the duo took out their frustration musically.

With references to the triangle offense, Bryant's maligned teammates, his running Shaq out of town after the 2004 season and, of course, Kobe's ball-hogging tendencies, the video set almost perfectly to Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" is classic:

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Welcome, readers, to another edition of THG's Caption Contest!

We just came across this photo, and well, we're sort of at a loss for words. But we're sure you're not. Come up with your best caption for it and make our day.

What's he thinking or saying? You tell us! Just leave comment(s) below with the best caption(s)! Go to it! We will announce a winner Friday. Best of luck!

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Safe to say technology doesn't necessarily make criminals any smarter.

A band of Colombian hooligans robbed an Internet cafe recently, at gunpoint. According to the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo, the alleged thieves pretended to be cafe customers before pulling out weapons and cleaning out the register.

That left some down time, however, and it was their undoing.

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No, this is not the actual guy. But we like to imagine he dressed like this.

One member of this roving, non-tech-savvy band of hooligans couldn't resist checking his Facebook account from one of the computers, which he then left open.

Having forgotten to log out of Facebook, police found his name, then quickly matched it to an address and met him at his house, where they busted him.

This first-ballot Dumb Criminal Hall of Fame inductee made it a banner day in the history of law enforcement. Rarely is an arrest gift-wrapped quite like that.

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This brief clip from a local news broadcast on ABC Texoma (the region in and around the Texas and Oklahoma border) is pretty amazing.

Watch as the anchor cracks a joke to her meteorologist colleague, awkwardly saying "I so pale!" in a weird voice for some reason, not realizing she's LIVE on air.

After her co-worker, the weather girl, points this fact out, her face shows an absolutely priceless, mortified expression ... after which she launches directly into the story, which involved a headline-making storm in the Seattle area.

Partly cloudy with a 100 percent chance of on-air embarrassment:

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We're very sorry, Justin Bieber. But Selena Gomez is clearly unhappy in your relationship.

The young singer/actress stars in a hilarious new Funny or Die video, one that parodies the effect Fifty Shades of Grey has on women of all ages.

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In this case, Gomez is reading the popular novel when she's interrupted by Carl Blue, a painter whose "eyes were staring deep into mine," Gomez narrates, clearly changed forever by the words in this E.L. James book.

From there, she can't help but stare daggers into the coughing and wheezing worker, even stopping to take a picture because it will last longer.

Watch the great video below and then weigh in: Should Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev star as the main couple in the movie version of Fifty Shades of Grey?

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Hey, it's the second round of the playoffs. $h!t is serious.

A Boston Celtics fan recently became irate at a non-call against a 76ers player he believed committed a traveling violation, and cursed the TV in front of his two-year-old daughter, who naturally followed suit and repeated his exclamations verbatim.

Are you serious? That's how you talk to your kid!?

You're a grown man and should know better. They never call traveling in the NBA. See Jordan, Michael and/or Ewing, Patrick. Teach your child right.

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Lazy Sunday, the Saturday Night Live digital short that transformed the show and is credited with popularizing YouTube, got a long-awaited sequel this weekend.

Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg are back, rapping about weekend activities such as where to get their snack on and seeing the Broadway version of Sister Act.

It would be fitting for Samberg, who is reportedly leaving the show, to bookend his career in such fashion, as the original Lazy Sunday was his first big hit.

Feast your eyes on the long-awaited Lazy Sunday 2 right here:

Not as good as the original, but pretty funny. It was a bold move to even try. For your reference (and laughs), check out the original, 2005 video below:

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is back, if only for one video clip.

Appearing Saturday night on the BBC's The Graham Norton Show, Will Smith actually rapped the theme song of the show that made him a star.

Amazingly and awesomely, the ENTIRE audience joined in:

Smith is making the rounds right now for Men In Black 3, but told the talk show host that despite his enormously successful career since The Fresh Prince, it's still what he's best known and most beloved for across the world.

"Listen, every country in the world, that is what I am known for," said Smith, who made headlines last week for shoving a reporter on the red carpet in Moscow.

"No matter how big movies get, it's 'Fresh Prince' everywhere."

Seriously, though ... does anyone NOT know those lyrics?

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We love Zooey Deschanel.

Let's just put that out there right now. She's a terrific actress whose New Girl quotes amuse us endlessly, an underrated singer and a very cool person.

Her new iPhone ad, though, is ripe for parody. You've likely seen it 200 times at this point and wondered why you'd ask Siri any of that stuff.

Well, here's how Siri wishes she could respond ...

Follow the link for two other great iPhone ad parodies, one in which Siri gets racist and another in which she gets caught up in a marital spat:

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