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YouTube: Property Brothers parodied with action figures

YouTube: Property Brothers parodied with action figures

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With the growing popularity of real estate shows like Property Brothers, it was only a matter of time until internet and television parodies began to playfully mock their success.

With the growing popularity of real estate shows like Property Brothers, it was only a matter of time until internet and television parodies began to playfully mock their success.

Television series Robot Chicken has been creating spoofs and sketches using toys and action figures for over a decade, with their latest victim being reality TV show Property Brothers (see below).

This week’s YouTube clip features stop-motion animation, which transforms toys into identical twins Jonathan and Drew Scott, whose TV series is all about helping buyers purchase and renovate their new homes.

The two brothers’ guests in this ridiculous sketch are Eve Teschmacher and Lex Luther, enemies of the iconic comic book and film character Superman.

 

YouTube: Property Brothers parodied with action figures
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