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Starring Ed Helms
Published May 04, 2007 430k views Immortal More Info »
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Published May 04, 2007
The video opens with a shot of feet moving down a sidewalk. There is
litter being dragged beneath the feet as the move in shuffle, rathe
than a stride.



Ed Helms (voiceover): I was mad at first, yeah. I was mad as hell. But, now, I really take pride in it…



The shot pans up to reveal Ed Helms walking down a city street. His
face is in makeup that makes him appear to be one of the walking dead.



Ed Helms (voiceover): …and I see I see it as sort of my mission to get the message out there…



The shot cuts to an interior setting with a headshot of Ed Helms.



Ed Helms: …that we’re not, not so bad.



Folksy guitar music begins to play and the shot goes black. The words
–Zombie-American – appears on the screen, fades out, and is replaced by
the words – Chapter 1. The shot cuts back to the interior setting.



Ed Helms: My name is Glen and I’m a zombie.



The shot cuts back to an exterior shot of Ed Helms walking down the street.



Ed Helms (voiceover)
: I choose to present myself as a zombie who wants to get…



The shot cuts back to the interior setting.



Ed Helms: an image of zombies out there that’s a little different from the conventional zombie stereotype.



The shot cuts to Ed Helms walking down the street again. Two random
strangers coming out of doorway hail Ed Helms in a friendly way.



Ed Helms (voiceover): I like to sort of stay away from what a zombie is…



The shot cuts back to the interior setting.



Ed Helms
: …technically, because that sort of makes up seem freakish.



The shot cuts back to Ed Helms walking down the street.



Ed Helms (voiceover): The thing that most people know, which is true, is that we are walking dead.



The shot cuts back to the interior setting.



Ed Helms: What most people don’t realize is that we do a lot of things besides just walk.



The shot cuts to Ed Helms reading a book with Bill Clinton’s face on the cover.



Ed Helms (voiceover): I like to curl up with a good book. (non-voiceover) Ha, ha, ha, ha. What a cad.



The shot cuts back to the interior setting.



Ed Helms: I like, you know, to do the crossword puzzle.



The shot cuts to Ed Helms doing a crossword.



Ed Helms (voiceover): And, I’m not going to lie to you, the only thing
I enjoy more than doing the crossword puzzle, is finishing it.



The shot cuts back to the interior setting.



Ed Helms: One way that I like to chill out, calm myself down, is to play my guitar.



Ed Helms picks up a guitar and plays briefly.



Ed Helms
: Play a little bit of music.



The shot cuts to Ed Helms walking down a street.



Ed Helms (voiceover)
: I really like helping people. (non-voiceover,
speaking to a passerby) You guys lost. (voiceover) It’s something I
like to do, make people feel good about themselves. (non-voiceover,
looking at a map) This way. To the bridge, yeah, it’s this way (points).



Passerby: Thank you.



Ed Helms: You’re welcome. Take care.



The shot cuts to Ed Helms sitting on the front steps of a building.



Ed Helms (voiceover): It’s a rough road being a zombie. There’s a lot of anti-zombie sentiment out there.



The shot cuts to Ed Helms walking down the street with his arm held out at a bizarre angle.



Ed Helms (voiceover)
: People think that zombies walk funny.



The shot cuts to the interior setting.



Ed Helms: Well, we do walk a little bit unusual.



The shot cuts back to Ed Helms out on the sidewalk, banging his arm against a fence.



Ed Helms (voiceover): It has to do with joint decay, cartilage decay, tendon decay.



The shot cuts back to the interior setting.



Ed Helms: Another stereotype that’s out there is that all we eat are
brains. Ha, ha, you know. Bullshit. I like a ham sandwich now and then.



The shot cuts to Ed Helms in the bathroom brushing his hair.



Ed Helms (voiceover): A lot of people just assume that because you’re a zombie, you’re grotesque looking.



The shot cuts back to the interior setting.



Ed Helms
: I’ll admit, I’m not Fabio, but I think I’m pretty put together, a pretty handsome guy.



The shot cuts back to Ed Helms in the bathroom.



Ed Helms
: Gotta look good. Gotta look my best.



Ed Helms cleans some of the sore on his face with a Q-tip. At one point, he passes the Q-tip into one sore and out of another.



Ed Helms: Oh, there it is. Ha, ha. Can your friend do that? I don’t
think so. That’s good stuff. That’s a great party trick too.
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