Now that both Cyclops and Wolverine are fired, nothing can stop Charles 'Pete Holmes' Xavier to share his feelings and try to seduce Jean Grey. Of course, that's not how it works. You need more than that.
Pete Holmes' latest clip puts poor Mario into the painful situation we all probably joked about before: Filling yourself with mushrooms in a realistic Mushroom Kingdom would have different effects, and it would be a nightmare.
Or at least, some fatalities in Mortal Kombat wouldn't be brutal, because physics. Sub Zero has to face the harsh reality in the latest clip from Pete Holmes.
"You didn't just jump on a Koopa. You jumped on Gary. Gary Rivers." R.I.P, Gary Rivers. May your passing serve as a reminder of what a cold-blooded murderer Pete Holmes' Realistic Mario is.
M. Bison, the host of Street Fighter's fighting tournament has to realize that destroying Mercedes S-Class cars and temples full of elephants would be a bit expensive, even for a would-be world dictator.
After firing almost everyone from the X-Men, Pete Holmes aka. Professor X finally sits down with his arch nemesis Magneto in his office for a little talk.
There's no question that Blanka can fight in the Street Fighter tournament, but he's got a bigger problem - the Transportation Security Administration.
Pete Holmes returns to the burning question of what Super Mario would be like in real life in his latest video, and the answer is just as gruesome as the first time he asked:
I love the BBC's Sherlock, but so many of his deductions come down to guessing extraordinary causes for mundane events. I guess including those times wouldn't make for such an impressive character.
Pete Holmes has pointed out several issues with the tactics other Street Fighter characters use, but there was no need to even go that far with one look at Guile's military qualifications.
The newest Pete Holmes comedy video poses a question we've all thought about: what if Mario were more realistic? The answer is gruesome and tragic. R.I.P.
As much as I enjoyed True Detective, I couldn't spend more than a couple of minutes in the company of Matthew McConaughey's Rustin Cohle without going completely insane. Pete Holmes demonstrates why.
In the real world, Dhalsim would have been arrested a long time ago with those skulls around his neck, as the latest Pete Holmes 'Red Tape' sketch points out.
Criticising Chun-Li's outfit is probably not the way one should start an interview with her. But here's Pete Holmes, making every possible mistake in the next installment of his Street Fighter series.
Once again, Pete Holmes shows off his favorite fictional games, and while some of them might sound horrible (I don't even wanna touch something called Middle-Age Mutant Ninja Turtles!), some have potential:
Now that he's finished harassing the X-Men, Pete Holmes takes his one-man battle against fictional characters to the streets. What does the Ryu say?
Come on Professor X! While I completely agree on firing Angel or Jubilee, there's just no reason to kick Nightcrawler out! At least he humiliates Xavier and teleports away with class.
Now that Wolverine's been fired from the X-Men, there's no real reason to keep his stupid fireworks-making, stuck-in-the-90s, mall-babe-eating-chili-fries sidekick on the payroll. We've been waiting for this one, Jubilee.