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Video: Kids Spoof 'Game of Thrones', 'True Detective' and More Emmy-Nominated Shows

August 20, 2014 (7:23 am) GMT
Watch as these adorable kids act out scenes from 'House of Cards', 'Mad Men' and 'Breaking Bad' which are all nominated at the upcoming Primetime Emmy Awards.

This is how "" and "" would be with little actors taking on the roles and minus explicit languange and scenes. mom.me has posted on YouTube a video of adorable kids reenacting scenes from the critically acclaimed shows and other Emmy-nominated series like "", "", "" and "".

The "True Detective" spoof does not only poke fun at the show, but also the fact that its lead actor was known for his roles in romantic comedies such as "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days". A boy who channels McConaughey's Rust also inserts McConaughey's "" catchphrase, "alright, alright, alright."

The "Breaking Bad" parody, meanwhile, depicts what happens to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman's relationship, five years after the former recruited the latter to join his meth business. "This is the last time I trust my chemistry teacher," so the boy playing Jesse tells a mini version of Walter.

These six shows are up against each other for Outstanding Drama Series at the upcoming Primetime Emmy Awards, which will be held Monday, August 25 at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, California. is tapped as the host.



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