Downton Abbey – How Many More Must Die?

One of the biggest shows on TV is Downton Abbey. It’s also one of our favorites. That’s why we thought it would be fun, for the official first FunFunVideos.com release to be a Downton Abbey spoof. And what better way to do it than with a video on how you can stop the deaths of main characters. Fans were shocked at the death of Matthew in the final episode of season 3. He was the central character to the Downton Abbey story. In the UK, the episode aired on Christmas day! So we got to thinking… what would it take for us to not lose anymore main characters like Matthew, Sybil, and William. I’m pleased to say that we… err… I mean “PBS”… has come up with the answer.

We hope you enjoy our inaugural video. Watch for new funny videos, parodies, and spoofs every Thursday. And we welcome your comments, including what you think of Downton Abbey! Cheers.

Warning:  Video contains season 2 & 3 spoilers.

[dropshadowbox align=”none” effect=”lifted-both” width=”100%” height=”” background_color=”#ffffff” border_width=”1″ border_color=”#00deff” ] Video Name: Downton Abbey Parody – How Many More Must Die?
 Video Release Date: April 11, 2013[/dropshadowbox]

[dropshadowbox align=”none” effect=”lifted-both” width=”100%” height=”” background_color=”#ffffff” border_width=”1″ border_color=”#00deff” ]Downton Abbey Parody Transcript:

How many must die?

Millions of people tune in to Downton Abbey every season.

Millions Cheer…

And Millions Cry…

We know you don’t like to watch characters die horrible deaths in Downton Abbey, whether it be:

William…

Sybil…

Or the beloved Matthew who we killed right after the birth of his newborn child… That baby’s not crying for food. He wants daddy…

How many more must die?

That, my friend, is up to you. Make your donation to PBS today and if we raise enough money then we will stop killing off characters.

So reach deep into your pocket, right now, and save the life of someone you care about.[/dropshadowbox]

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