Our friends over at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre sent in this video of their top performers re-enacting famous sketches as if [insert famous filmmaker] directed them. Which sketches with which directors, you ask? Well, we have Abbott and Costello's "Who's on First?" as directed by Wes Anderson, Monty Python's "The Ministry of Silly Walks" as directed by Michael Moore, and The Kids in the Hall's "I'm Crushing Your Head"? as directed by Quentin Tarantino. This is a fantastic idea; I almost wish some of them went on a tad longer than they did by introducing other elements.

Not long ago, during the election, someone else did something similar by creating attack ads as if they were directed by famous filmmakers (the Wes Anderson commercial for John McCain was brilliant, by the way). Check out this new video from those crazy cats at the UCB below, then maybe throw them some ideas for where they can go next with this idea.