Amy Poehler and Adam Scott Star in The Greatest Event in the Television History (Part 2)
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Amy Poehler and Adam Scott Star in The Greatest Event in Television History (Part 2)

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | June 7, 2013 | Comments ()


For those who witness Jon Hamm and Adam Scott in the first Greatest Event in Television History, you know there wasn't any hyperbole in the title. Forget the season four finale of Breaking Bad or the most recent Game of Thrones or even the finale of Six Feet Under, Jon Hamm and Adam Scott recreating the opening credits of "Simon and Simon" will never be topped.

Until now. Here's Amy Poehler and Adam Scott recreating the opening credits for Hart to Hart. Stand back and watch, with awe. And for God's sake, close your mouth. You look like a yokel.

The magic begins at 13:30.

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  • Hee. That was utterly ridiculous.

  • the dude

    I for one thought it was hilarious

  • rocboltin rocbolt

    For whatever reason I watched a ton of Hart to Hart as a kid, so it was absolutely delightful to have two of my favorite people deliver the punch line to a joke I hadn't realized I had been waiting 20 years for

  • Because Hart To Hart is SO ridiculous, my family and I love to watch them on DVD. They're amazingly wonderfully horribly bad. Watching this get remade is amazing. I'm just sad they chose not to end the sequence with the underwater kiss. I KNOW.

  • Liz

    I know it's an act, but it hurts my soul to think they don't like each other...

  • Nicole_OCTV

    Did everyone get up on the wrong side of the bed today? What's with all the negativity over some people we all like making a free video for no other reason than to have fun and make people laugh? Unclench, everybody!

  • Rochelle

    On the one hand, at least when Adam Scott films himself having fun with his friends it's only 20 minutes long and we aren't being charged for it. Adam Scott is also funnier than Adam Sandler. On the other hand, the Greatest Event in Television History is already less funny at part 2, and it doesn't seem like a shtick that's going to get funnier with repetition. What I'm saying, and saying badly, is that it was funny, but not magical like the first one. I felt like we'd seen it already.

  • mangrilla

    Can someone explain to my why lupus is the go-to comedy disease?

  • stella

    Omg can they just get together and be together forever please?

  • Skyler Durden

    That just made me uncomfortable. Watching people - even likable people who are obviously joking - act like shits to one another is NOT funny to me. This one missed the mark.

  • six6sixwitch

    How about some freakin' CARTOONS, adult swim?

  • six6sixwitch

    More 80's nostalgia dressed as cutting edge comedy for today. SNORE

  • Adam Scott as a passive aggressive hack with no self awareness is the best thing.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I tried so hard to stay awake for this, I fell asleep on the couch with my arms crossed and clenched. I woke up that way, too.

  • toblerone

    Meh... The Simon and Simon one was funny but this one really seemed forced.

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