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Captain Planet Sequel: Don Cheadle Returns (VIDEO)

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FunnyOrDie.com has released a follow-up to their hilarious 2011 “Captain Planet” spoof – and boy oh boy, are humans ever screwed.

Don Cheadle once again reprises the role of everyone’s favorite blue-skinned environmental superhero-turned-badass-overlord. As we saw in the first video, the Captain was enjoying his power to turn everyone into trees a little too much. Unfortunately for humans everywhere, he’s officially lost it in Part II and plans on eventually destroying the human race (and possibly woodpeckers) completely.

Even the Planeteers have been reduced to trees – with the lone exception (and possible savior in Part III) being Ma-Ti (Heart), who loses his ring and is banished to the corner of the treehouse. “I knew I kept you around for a reason,” Captain Planet says after demanding a towel. “To be my personal bitch.”

Ouch. Check out Part II (with a Part III coming later) below.

Captain Planet 2 from Don Cheadle

 

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