YouTube user vkmtvstudios explains the movie It's a Wonderful Life using nothing more than sitcoms -- and a little bit of Back to the Future.
Ever thought, "I wish TV would explain the plot of It's a Wonderful Life"? No? Well screw you, I already mashed up 20 plus shows that have done that.
So I took some time to put together as cohesive as a way of telling the story of 'It's a Wonderful Life' as told by as many tv shows I can find including The Simpsons, South Park, Dallas, Charles In Charge, Muppets, Elmo, One Tree Hill, Quantum Leap, Raising Hope, Beavis and Butthead, Tiny Toons, Married With Children, Rugrats, Alex Mack, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Mork and Mindy, Fresh Prince, Garfield and Friends, Donkey Kong Country, Night Court, Ninja Turtles, That 70's Show, Smallville, Batman the Animated Series, SNL, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Back To The Future and Captain Planet.
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