|10 seasons. 213 episodes. 0 ghosts.|
How do they still have their jobs?
|Um...hurray for climate change?|
The documentary is going to be called How to Clone a Woolly Mammoth and like I said, don't hold your breath for the startling reveal of a freshly-cloned Buttercup II eating peanuts out of some scientist's hand. While the corpse is in relatively good shape, they haven't yet found any viable cells. A better title would probably be How to Want to Clone Woolly Mammoth.
|How to Clone a Woolly Mammoth joins Downton Abbey, American Pickers and|
everything else on television as a show not about successfully cloning a woolly mammoth.
|Pictured: An animal shelter, where they'll |
just give you a new goddamn dog.
Anyway, maybe it's not such a bad thing that cloning doesn't work the way rich idiots think it does. I mean, there's a decent chance that early humans hunted Buttercup and her species to extinction and the last thing we need is a woolly mammoth revenge-based stomping spree.
|"Hey assholes, remember me? Remember meeee!?|