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Comic Con News: Orphan Black – Donnie & Alison’s Alternate Projects

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If you haven’t seen the literally laugh-out-loud Orphan Black blooper reel that was just released at San Diego Comic Con, you really need to check it out (Click HERE for laughs).  After you’ve wiped the tears of joy from your face, do it all over again with these three Donnie and Alison parody trailers.  These things are absolutely brilliant and if they were real shows/movies I’d watch them in a heartbeat.

The first one, above, shows us what it would be like to have Donnie and Alison starring in their own slasher film.  Seestra Sineestra hits all the stereotypical horror film notes perfectly, complete with a “movie guy” voice-over that only makes it even more hilariously shocking.

Now, let’s imagine that our favorite drug-dealing, occasionally homicidal couple starred in a Friends-esque sitcom.  What you’d get is a little something called Me & My Monitor with an opening sequence and song that’ll remind you of an old favorite sitcom.  Honestly, I think this would be even funnier with its dark humor and Donnie probably twerking in every other episode.

And what trifecta of parodies would be complete without a telenovela in the mix?  Feast your eyes on Donnie y Alison: Las Drogas del Amor in all its soft-filter soapy glory.  Melodramatic moments abound in this funny trailer for a show that, sadly, will probably never be.

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Orphan Black will be back for a 4th season on BBC America, so stay tuned!

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Tom Gardiner