Sunday, August 2, 2015

VIDEO: Kimmel tricks hipsters with fake bands at SXSW

Evil Internet genius Jimmy Kimmel has taken his show on the road to Austin, Texas where everyone who uses Twitter to look down at people who never listened to Neutral Milk Hotel have convened to fawn over Lena Dunham and debate the commercial merits of Snapchat at SXSW.

VIDEO: Kimmel tricks hipsters with fake bands at SXSW

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Evil Internet genius Jimmy Kimmel has taken his show on the road to Austin, Texas where everyone who uses Twitter to look down at people who never listened to Neutral Milk Hotel have convened to fawn over Lena Dunham and debate the commercial merits of Snapchat at SXSW.

For his Thursday episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the show's host trotted out his wonderful remote segment staple "Lie Witness News." This time around, he got hipsters at SXSW to provide commentary on imaginary bands like Tanya and the Hardings, Heavy Flow, and Shut the F*** Up, Bruce Jenner!

The results are as hilarious as they always are.

Never change, Kimmel. Never change.

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