Humor: Close Encounters of the Internet

A version of the famous scene from Close Encounters done by the SouthPark studios.

A giant Linksys router has arrived.
…all right Internet, what do you want from us…

Full episode available online.

Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to SouthPark studio

info via: Engadget

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