An irreverent one-hour series, "WORLD'S FUNNIEST FAILS" is inspired by the hit YouTube channel, FailArmy, which showcases the best "epic fail" viral videos in the most entertaining ways possible. Each week a panel of celebrities and comedians will analyze the videos which have exploded across the internet, with the goal of awarding one with the ultimate "Fail of the Week."
Runtime: 60 minutes
Worlds Funniest Fails - The Riddle of the Universe and Its Solution - Netflix
The Riddle of the Universe and Its Solution is a short story written by Christopher Cherniak appearing in the 1981 book The Mind's I. It describes a research project in computer science which includes content that produces catatonia in anyone who views it. The material is harmful only if comprehended by its victim—in some cases there is an incubation period before an exposed subject reaches the fatal conclusion. Often, the last thing said by such individuals before slipping irrevocably into a coma is “Aha!” Only after the lethal files tragically affect a team which fetches them remotely—hoping to avoid a presumed biological disease—is the true danger realised. Efforts to use apes to discover which part of the files has this effect fail: so the effect is limited to humans.
Worlds Funniest Fails - See also - Netflix
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