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A Frightful Encounter: To Catch a Predator Spoof

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Published on Dec 3, 2008

B-Skully finds himself caught in the latest To Catch a Predator sting operation. Will B-Skully confess to his unspeakable actions?

Before we begin, the following information pertains to the following video: the actors in this video are in no way, shape or form involved in any activity regarding the National Broadcasting Company and its affiliates including: Chris Hansen (Dateline NBC), Smokey the Bear and the Shay-Down Syndrome Bandits from the Town of Glomar. Also, the actors in this video were at least over the legal age of consent, and are only used for the purposes of catching dirty child "enthusiasts", and other internet predators...but in this video we are dealing strictly with child "enthusiasts".

Okay, so in this video we have a man who goes by Chris Johansen (Chris Hansen), who is doing a show called To Catch a Predator, similar to the one aired on Dateline NBC. Chris Johansen had an uncle that was interested in him and all of his friends in different ways other than playing hot wheels with them. Ever since he uncovered the truth of his past, he set forth and swore and oath to catch anybody interested in children in ways besides the ways of the Gnark. To Catch a Predator and Dateline NBC are cheese. Chris Hansen saw these videos and really enjoyed Chris Johansen's work. Since then, he and the makers of Dateline NBC have had a daily lunch-in at the nearest local park and ate peanut butter sandwiches together. Sometimes the juice just isn't worth the squeeze you know? So any who, a man by the name of B-Skully walks into a household where he claims he was meeting a small child to quote: "show him his game boy". The local authorities along with the National Broadcasting Company and the producers of Dateline NBC: To Catch a Predator, and Chris Hansen, and Chris Johansen know that this is not why he came. B-Skully was interested in the child in very morbid ways that aren't legal. It is wrong to eat McDonalds while driving the blue pickup truck while watching Dateline NBC. Sometimes on a cold summer night, Chris Hansen and Chris Johansen like to take strolls through central park (just outside the National Broadcasting Company's (NBC) headquarters, and sip coffee while wearing emerald green bath robes. To Catch a Predator and Chris Hansen. Don't try the French dressing, it tastes like old tunafish.

B-Skully was arrested by a kind police man at the end of this episode and charged with conspiracy to commit lude acts on a minor. The producers of To Catch a Predator along with Chris Hansen and Chris Johansen were applauded for their ventures. Afterwards they went back to NBC headquarters where they watched Dateline NBC: To Catch a Predator episodes all night and laughed and smoked tobacco out of wooden pipes.

Chris Hansen was not featured in today's film due to a vacation he took in Hawaii with this family. So Chris Johansen filled in for him. Dateline NBC: To Catch a Predator is a good show and you should watch it if you want to be awesome.

Please enjoy the following video with responsibility and don't forget to watch Dateline NBC: To Catch a Predator to keep up to date on the latest episodes
Both of us have been fans of To Catch a Predator for a long time, and we've seen every episode more than we can count. We wanted to film our own version of To Catch a Predator for quite some time, but do too scheduling conflicts finding the time became difficult.

After some thoughtful thinking we decided to do our own take of the successful but disturbing series, thus A Frightful Encounter: To Catch a Predator was born.

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