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Jacob visits Jimmy Kimmel

By lyly ford,

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and thanks to Jimmy Kimmel for this LOST Channel

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  • accessoire

    Lol now that was totally funny :D. Usually those lost parodies tend to be overdoing it a bit, but this one was great *g*. Especially the show that will confuse you part :D.

  • JJJJacob

    Did everyone see the numbers in the background on the bookcase? That was a great parody.

  • dp2

    Mighty Mighty Bosstones didn’t exist in 1983. Fake!

  • grayslostgirl

    Being from Las Vegas and finding out that is where Jimmy spent his teenage years–he could have used a real picture of Clark High School. Now I have to find out if my friend who went to Clark during those years knew him.

  • That was awesome! Very funny!

  • Mark

    oh! almost forgot to touch you!

  • Matthew Perry

    Mark Pellegrino is the fucking man

  • Major FX

    I wasn’t sure I wanted to know WHERE Jacob was going to touch Jimmy. Too funny!!

  • adam118

    Not as good as the Patriots one, which I now hold as the standard of Lost parodies.

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