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Sherlock is the latest in a long line of TV shows to indulge in a bit of online spin-offery, giving all Cumberbabes and Freemasons a chance to see a smidge more of Holmes and Watson before the new series started. Inspired by that tantalising tidbit, here is a compilation of our favourite webisodes and webi-series, from Battlestar Galactica to Breaking Bad (and back again)…

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PARKS & RECREATION: THE ROAD TRIP

In Season 4 of Parks & Recreation, young lovebirds April Ludgate (Aubrey Plaza) and Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt) decide to bunk off work and head to the Grand Canyon. In the TV show itself, you only see the initial drive down the highway; then we cut to everyone’s favourite deliberately-terrible office assistant (April) and part-time FBI agent impersonator (Andy/Burt Macklin) actually at the edge of the grandest of canyons. This eight and a half minute webisode – initially cut into several segments – explains how the clueless twosome made it there. Look forward to scary spiders, four states coming together and a lot of screaming.

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1 Lux
I really liked The Wire ones as well. More

Posted by lux2000 on Thursday January 23, 2014, 11:25

2 Webisodes
Good list, hadn't seen a lot of the Community ones. I'd love to see Dan Harmon's character appear in the show. Surprised Misfits didn't get a mention. Simon's mobile and CCTV videos from seasons 1 and 2 could be hilarious at times More

Posted by musht on Wednesday January 22, 2014, 23:06

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