Watch A More Scientifically Accurate Version Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The video below is NSFW (and contains adult content).
Let's face it, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is an unlikely story. But comics and cartoons do tend to take some liberties when it comes to scientific accuracy. The above cartoon, which was recently shared at Fox's ADHD YouTube channel, depicts the Ninja Turtles and their potentially disease-ridden rodent mentor Splinter in a more scientifically accurate light. Needless to say, it gets weird. Like bleeding shells and turtle penises weird.
Just last week, we shared another video posted by ADHD, which dips into 90s nostalgia even further than the one above, with a "Remember When" music video chock full of 90s pop culture references. This latest one targets Ninja Turtles fans specifically, and picks apart some of the things we've come to know about the Turtles, like their ability to talk and their constant craving for pizza. Apparently, these things aren't scientifically plausible. And the more realistic Turtles are seriously creepy, what with their salmonella and pointy turtle tongues. At least they're not from space, though, right?
The video is one of many featured on ADHD's channel, likely shared in an effort to rally an audience of 20 and 30-somethings for the anticipated late night animated comedy series. Among which are High School USA! and Axe Cop.
Fox's Animation Domination High Def line-up will premiere Saturday, July 27 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. In the meantime, if you liked the above cartoon, be sure to subscribe to the ADHD YouTube Channel.
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