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I ran across this small series on the web and instantly fell in love. Aside from being a big Jack Black fan, all of the episodes (excluding the animated one) have the great cheesy computer editing that makes it hilarious as well. Just the idea of Jack black in his underwear with a hollowed out monitor on his head and a keyboard tied around his neck should be enough for anyone to view these at least once. Complete with poor acting, bad special effects, Jack Black's theme song, and horrible plots, Computerman is a must for die-hard Jack Black/Tenacious D fans. All in all it's definitely worth searching out and viewing. But you don't have to take my word for it.
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