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Phillies finally release Phanatic/'The Fox' parody

This summer, the band Ylvis released a video for their single, 'The Fox.' It's distinct weirdness and nonsense words made it an internet sensation. Then came the parodies.

Phillies finally release Phanatic/'The Fox' parody

This summer, the band Ylvis released a video for their single, 'The Fox.' It's distinct weirdness and nonsense words made it an internet sensation. Then came the parodies.

Immediately many months later, the Phillies have released their take on the 'The Fox,' 'What's the Phanatic say?' a video that lacks a big presence by The Phanatic, despite being in the title of the song and also being the Phanatic, a guy who everyone wants to appear in every video.

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