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Sherlock Gets Parodied By Hillywood In Hilarious Video!

Erica Rose Jackson | PopWrapped Author

Erica Rose Jackson

Staff Writer
08/30/2016 5:03 am
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Sherlock Gets Parodied By Hillywood In Hilarious Video! | Sherlock
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If you watch the famous BBC series Sherlock, starring the dashing Benedict Cumberbatch, you will either love or hate this.

The Hillywood Show parodies many different successful shows, and this time, it's Sherlock's turn.  Hillywood has done many hilarious videos, so if you like what you see here, make sure you visit their website.

The video is set to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis's hit song "Thrift Shop," but instead of going thrift shopping, Sherlock and Watson (played on the show by Martin Freeman) go crime solving.  There is dancing and singing that will make you giggle with glee!  The video perfectly captures the tone on Sherlock while also being original and funny.  Their Sherlock is spot on with the voice and the look! Honestly, it made us want to re-watch the series, since we're going to be waiting an eternity for more.  Speaking of which, the creator Steven Moffat makes a cameo at the end of the video to ensure us the cast is hard at work.

Check out the video for yourself!

Once you've finished and loved it, visit their website and check out some of their other works.  We promise you'll be laughing for a while!  There is also a lyric video in case you want to make your own Sherlock crime solving music video.  Hillywood tweeted it!

So, what did y'all think?  Did you love this video?  Was it your cup of tea (See what we did there)?  Comment below with your thoughts and don't forget to browse Hillywood's many other parodies.  Did they do your favorites, or was there something you'd like to see them do?  We're going to leave you with that while we go watch this video a few more times and then, probably, the whole series again.  Just one more time for good measure.


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