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Carl Sagan, Bob Ross, and Fred Rogers come back from the dead to join Bill Nye in their mission to teach what others will not and defeat the evil network heads.

With more than 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it's physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. In YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) Gritty Reboots, "PBS: The Movie"

PBS is in danger from terrible television, so Avengers Carl Sagan, Bob Ross, and Fred Rogers come back from the dead to join Bill Nye in their mission to teach what others will not and defeat the evil network heads.

2) Jennifer Black, "Wil Wheaton - Why it's awesome to be a nerd"

Jennifer Black asked professional nerd Wil Wheaton to explain to her newborn daughter why it's awesome to be a nerd at Calgary Comic Expo. Bringing tears to many audience members' eyes, he explained that while the definition of a nerd may change, it's not about what you love but how you love it.

3) Brian Anderson, "LEGO Breaking Bad: The Video Game"

The first four seasons of Breaking Bad are turned into a LEGO video game where you can play as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, commit murder, build a LEGO RV, and cook meth with the press of a button. Yeah science!

4) Pleated Jeans, "True Facts About the Introvert"

Ze Frank's "True Facts" series gets parodied as Jeff Wysaski looks at a quiet creature that makes up about half of the human species: the introvert. They inhabit all continents (especially coffee shops with wifi), are usually unnoticed at parties, and will probably talk your head off if a topic interests them.

5) Official Comedy, "Adopt a Jewish Mother: Landline TV"

Too many Jewish mothers are abandoned on Mother's Day by sons driven away by their nagging, but now a new service pairs off "volunteer sons" to spend time with and get nagged by those mothers.

Photo via GrittyReboots/YouTube

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