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Netflix BroPicks for May 31

With June right around the corner, everyone is in the mood for good ol' summer fun. Summer blockbusters, summer sports, and summer Netflix watching. Let's take a look at the best Netflix films and shows we found to help you kick off your summer early.


Drawn Together: This Comedy Central instant classic puts everyone's favorite cartoon characters, or at least parody versions of them, into a Real World/Big Brother reality show house. Follow Captain Leslie Hero (Superman), Princess Clara (Disney princess), Wooldoor Jebediah Sockbat (Sponge Bob?), Foxxy Love (Foxy Brown), Toot Braunstein (Betty Boop), Ling-Ling (Pikachu), Xandir P. Wifflebottom (Zelda), and Spanky Ham as they struggle to live with one another, their sexualities, and their egos.

The Three Stooges
Forget the Will Sasso, the Three Stooges are more than just timeless comedy geniuses and this 90-minute film brings you behind the scenes of the real lives of Moe, Larry, and Curly. Loaded with scenes from their comedy shorts, this is a must-see for any comedy fan.


Ghostbusters
Cant wait for the soon-to-come Ghostbusters III movie? Make sure to check out the Bill Murray-Dan Aykroyd classic also starring Harold Ramis, Sigourney Weaver, and Rick Moranis. See how the Ghostbusting business first got its start and remember a time when Sigourney Weaver was still hot.

Ken Burns: Baseball
If you call yourself a sports fan you have to check out this PBS documentary mini-series on the boys of summer by the master Ken Burns himself. See the creation, evolution, and glory days of Major League Baseball as Ken Burns effortlessly guides your from the days of Cy Young, Ty Cobb, and Babe Ruth to the days of Barry Bonds, Pedro Martinez, and Albert Pujols.

Russell Peters: Red, White, and Brown

This insanely hilarious special turned Russell Peters from a little known Canadian-Indian comic into literally the biggest comedian in the world. Peters is like an Indian Eddie Murphy, doing flawless impressions of his Indian dad, Chinese people at the mall, and everyone else he has encountered on the road to selling out the biggest arenas in the world.