Remember that time you sat on the TV remote and accidentally turned on the closed captioning for you favorite show? Yeah me too, and it took an hour to figure out how to turn them back off.
While they’re annoying to some people closed captioning does serve a purpose for the hard of hearing. Sometimes though…well they can be a little off from the actual dialogue. The result? Hilarity ensues. Here are 38 of the most absurd moments in closed captioned history.
Only Leslie Knope can pull that off.
Maybe it’s better than quietly implied cannibalism?
It really does set the mood of this scene, I think…
I didn’t even know you could do that.
Well now I’m terrified.
Umm what?! I’d love to know what that actually sounds like.
That’s a pretty universal sound.
It give this scene some depth I suppose.
I hate it when the captions give away the answer.
Perfect. Now I know exactly what’s going on.
It’s a very distinctive kind of snoring.
I too enjoy cats.
“It’s nacho night, I’m busy.”
Something about her eyes, they chill my soul.
I’m still having trouble following.
Well they do look pretty evil.
So much emotion.
It’s really the only proper way to fix a bowtie.
So Scooby Doo meets James Brown?
Latin’s a dead language anyway.
Whoa, ok now that’s too intense.
A2+ B2 = Sadness.
Nothing like a father’s contempt.
Has his moustache taken on a life of its own?
And here I thought she was just enjoying the stars.
Or as it’s not known, dubstep.
But he looks so happy.
I wish I knew the context for this one.
The term sissy is very subjective here.
So who’s idea was it to karaoke?
This is the stuff nightmares are made of.
Shouldn’t they have someone translating for the tennis ball?
As if there is any other kind of thrash metal.
I think those ships need a tune up.