100 thoughts on “Llamas with Hats 1-12: The Complete Series

  1. Ccccaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrllll…..

  2. pls like this so film cow can see this. pls do a video on what possesed the Paul mask and the monster that was hiding in the Gore pit

  3. 1: Funny
    2: Funny
    3: Funny
    4: Funny
    5: Half-Funny
    6: A small-bit funny
    7: Kind-of Funny
    8: Not really that funny
    9: Not Funny
    10: Dark
    11: Disturbing
    12: Depressing

  4. I’ve been referencing this for YEARS not realizing I’ve only seen the first quarter of the episodes and DAYUM I WISH IT STAYED THAT WAY

  5. So, is this basically saying Carl was skisofrenic (I really can't spell I know) cuz at the end he was saying the caaarll

  6. Probably because I’m a dangerous sociopath with a long history of violence.
    That is literally MAL in a nutshell.

  7. In our bonkers post-modern society is this really even funny? This isn't comedy, it's farcical tragedy. It's more akin to Sophocles' tragedy Electra or Shakepeare's King Lear than Laurel and Hardy. C'mon people.

    However, I'm not saying this sketch is without value. If we consider it seriously, instead of dismissively with a laugh, the progression in the story is rather poignant. Here's my take:

    Some comments have pointed out the change in the musical theme as it went from glib to dark and dissonant. This is important. One person even described the beginning Carl as “normal and happy.” Happy, yes. Normal, no. Carl was definitely not normal in any sense of the word.

    I don't like calling people “normal” because usually it's good to be unique. If someone were to say to me, “I just want to be normal,” I would say, “You're unique. I'm unique, we're all unique. How boring would this world be if everyone was the same? Don't let anyone drag you down for who you are really are. Don't let what other people think hold you back. Just as long as you do what's right. There is truth to follow, but it doesn't hold you back; it sets you free.”

    However, Carl was unique in the worst possible way. In the sense that normalcy is associated with sanity vs psychopathy, Carl really, really needed to be normal. He never became less normal. He was always equally psychopathic. However, he kept getting dragged down by his psychopathy into a blacker and blacker hole, until he literally was in a dark, black hole, in a place where even he didn't want to be. He was no longer happy with his murderous psychopathy. That's the difference you hear as the musical theme changes from scene to scene. However, something else changed. The very world outside WAS “normal and happy” at the beginning. As Carl worked his evil plans, he destroyed more and more of the world until there was nothing left. By the time there was nothing left, he realized that his “fun” had run out, no world, no fun, no happiness. It's as that realization dawns on him that we start to hear the dissonance grow.

    His psychopathy unchecked had grown viciously, unsatisfied with ever larger efforts. He had thought he could replace his friend Paul with his imagination. However, even that sucked him deeper and deeper into the abyss. As it all came to a head, he realized that the only thing that ever really made him happy was his friend Paul, and his minion Paul wasn't enough. He needed the real Paul. …Except he had destroyed the real Paul with the rest of everything. And the minion Paul was just a lifeless mask after all. Everything he had been living for had all been in his imagination, and he had destroyed reality for a lie. Here the music is at its most dissonant. Then in the next scene he jumps. [I'm stealing this from the other comments]: Refer back to when Carl had said, “That is what forgiveness sounds like. Shouting followed by silence,” Carl was shouting as he jumped, and the water silenced him. Carl was forgiven. Carl was at peace. The music returns to it's glib melody.

    That's what addiction and psychopathism do to a person. The person can't get enough of it, and it swallows them whole. At first it's “fun,” but eventually nothing else but their addictions or fantasies will satisfy them, and only at an increasing rate. There is no escaping, but the person thinks they are in control. When they realize they are not, it dawns on them that they've come to the end of everything. Maybe they desperately want to escape, they want to get back where they came from, but they can't. Or, maybe getting to the end of everything is their goal if they can bring down enough others with them. Either way, the result is the only way out they know: their own expiration of life.

    Except, that's not the way out. There is no rectification, no amends, no healing. That's where the sketch was wrong at the end. Suicide is not a certificate of forgiveness, so how could Carl have peace? The world certainly wasn't fixed, so things weren't happy again. Carl's world was pretty much utterly destroyed, so there wasn't much he could do to make amends. In the real world though, there's always something you can do to change. In the real world, hopefully someone close to a psychopath, like Paul, would do something to get Carl help BEFORE things got out of hand. Paul talked about calling the police. He should have, on day one. Look, this sounds like betraying a friend's trust, but if you are worried for someone's safety or that they may be abusing, the most loving thing you might be able to do, if you've run out of other options, is alert the police. They don't just arrest people. They also do wellness checks. If they deem it necessary, they will find help for them, and that doesn't have to mean arresting them. But, if the person is dangerous to themselves or others, or if the person is already breaking the law, then they will and should be arrested. If you shelter your friend from arrest you only make it possible for him to do something really stupid and get into an even worse situation. We think of our friends, “They will never do anything that bad,” yet if you don't get them the help they need, they will eventually reach a breaking point. Maybe you don't have to call the police. Try getting professional psychiatric help first. However, do the kind thing and make sure they get help one way or another whether they like it or not.

    If instead you ARE the someone caught in depression, addiction, mental issues, etc, don't go it alone, and don't assume you're fine. You can't continue with it and assume you're in control, because you're not. It will consume you if you turn a blind eye to it, and it's dang hard to get out of by yourself. Get someone to be your accountability partner or better, a professional councillor, or better yet, both (doesn't have to be the same person). With the right help, you can and WILL conquer!

    I am not a professional psychiatrist. I have not studied psychiatry. Therefore, the above advice is very general, but based on what I have learned from others. You don't need to take it from me, take it from a professional. However, one thing I do know: If you are alone and stuck at the end with nowhere else to go, and you can't find anyone for support, don't do what Carl did at the end. Reaching the end is only the beginning of your free journey, because even when you have nowhere else to turn and no one to run to, there is always One who is up for the challenge. God is very real, and contrary to popular belief He is loving. He picks people up from their deepest depths and sets them free. He puts people back together again even when they are the most broken. He only requires that you realize that you need Him. People may be at the top of the world and not realize that they need Him, but it's when they fall off and wake up shattered in a million pieces that they realize they can't do it all by themselves and they need God's help. That's when they stop struggling against Him and He can finally go to work picking them back up. If your world is utterly destroyed and you're at the end, rely on God and He will set you free. I know many first hand accounts of how God miraculously saved people from themselves be it addiction, suicide, or something else in unmistakable ways, but most importantly, he saves you from that which kills the soul. If you don't understand how, you can read about it in the beginning of the New Testament.

  8. Carrrlllll it's 2019 why are you still watching llamas with hats BECAUSE MY THIRST FOR BABY HANDS AND MEAT DRAGONS CAN NEVER BE QUENCHED

  9. I think I will be cool if there was a llamas with hats game I know there is already 2 but what if there was one where you were paul and choose what to say and there were different endings

  10. i think we need a rick grimes llama with hats crossover in a competition to see who can more obnoxiously say: CORALLLL

  11. Carl: And then I stabbed him 32 times in the chest. I silence I Paul: THAT KILLS PEOPLE CARL!!!! I died at that part

  12. Cccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. This is probably just me being a drama person but does anyone recognize the music from episode 11 Being the salutations music we did at the end of the day in Springer summer camp

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