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If you’ve never been a fan of the Planeteers from the classic cartoon “Captain Planet”, Don Cheadle has a gift for you.

FunnyorDie.com has released Part III of their dark, twisted, and hilarious Captain Planet spoof. When we last saw the blue-skinned badass, he was slowly going crazy and destroying humanity in an effort to save the planet. For a moment there, we thought Ma-Ti (Heart) might have a chance to save the day and finally do something useful. But as you’ll see below, the Captain has something a la “Temple of Doom” in mind instead.

Look for Part IV later this week.

Captain Planet 3 from Don Cheadle

 

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