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Glove and Boots Test Out the Ronco Rotisserie Oven by Cooking a Whole Chicken

Set it and forget it!

Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario of Glove and Boots recently tested out the Ronco Rotisserie Oven by cooking a whole chicken for an extended period of time. The catch phrase that inventor Ron Popeil used for the oven was, “Set it and forget it.” Fafa and Mario follow Ron’s rules, but don’t come close to getting the results that they were looking for. We previously wrote about Fafa and Mario’s product testing of the ShamWow, the Slap Chop, and the Rotato Express electric peeler.

Glove and Boots Explain the Basic Rules of Good Restaurant Etiquette

On a recent episode of Glove and Boots, Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario explain the basic rules of good restaurant etiquette.

Glove and Boots Explain How to Fix Some of the Most Common Grammar Errors Seen on the Internet

Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog, Mario, and Johnny T of Glove and Boots share their wisdom while explaining how we can fix some of the most common grammar errors seen on the internet.

You learned this in the third grade. Unless you’re in the second grade.

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Glove and Boots Test Out the Rotato Express Electric Peeler on Potatoes, Cucumbers, and a Can of Beans

Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario of Glove and Boots recently tested out the Rotato Express electric peeler on potatoes, cucumbers, and even a can of beans. Previously, we wrote about Fafa and Mario’s product testing of the ShamWow and Slap Chop.

Johnny T’s Guide to Attending the Super Bowl by Glove and Boots

If you see a Jets fan, you’ll be nice. You’ll say, ‘I’m sorry.’

Glove and Boots puppet Johnny T shares his helpful “guide to attending the Super Bowl” on Showtime’s Inside the NFL. He gives some great tips on proper New York tailgating, how to deal with jerks in the stands, and more.

Chris Hadfield and the Glove and Boots Puppets Sing David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’

On a recent episode of Glove and Boots, Internet puppets Fafa the Groundhog and Mario hilariously sing along with astronaut Chris Hadfield as he performs a cover of “Space Oddity” by David Bowie.

Here is Chris Hadfield’s original acoustic cover created aboard the International Space Station:

videos via Glove and Boots, Chris Hadfield

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Glove and Boots Puppets Blake and Bungo Review the Top Moments of 2013

On a recent episode of Glove and Boots, internet puppets Blake and Bungo review the top moments of 2013. They cover everything from people taking selfies on their phones to Jean-Claude Van Damme’s “Epic Split” Volvo ad.