Too Many Cooks: Adult Swim's Insane Parody Video Gone Viral on Internet
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Too Many Cooks, Adult Swim's hilarious parody video devoted to the outrageous sitcoms of the 80s and 90s, has gone viral on the internet.

The 11-minute-long clip mocks the cheesiest comedy series of that time while bringing insane twists in between.

The satirical montage features characters wearing decade appropriate clothes and directing open mouthed smiles at the camera with their names written in the fonts typical of that era.

The video pokes fun at crime dramas, cartoon characters and space dramas of the 80s and 90s.

Casper Kelly, the man behind the viral video, described the montage as "one of those shower repeat something until it gets annoying and just keep going until it gets funny again."

"The idea was for it to be a sitcom intro that doesn't stop and keeps adding characters," he said to

"I love that kind of humor, but I've never really tried anything like that. So I got that idea, but I didn't think I could make it work for 11 minutes, but I told one of my co-workers and he told my boss Mike Lazzo at Adult Swim. He thought it was funny, but he said, 'That'll be good for four minutes and then you need to start zigging and sagging,'" Kelly told the Vulture.

While some find the parody very funny, some others are tagging it as bizarre.

Here are some Twitter reactions to the satirical video.