Librarians Remake Beastie Boys' 'Sabotage' Video, Win Internet

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Librarians remake Beastie Boys Sabotage video
Librarians remake Beastie Boys Sabotage video

Few music videos are quite as indelible as Beastie Boys 'Sabotage.' Nearly 20 years later, every frame of Spike Jonze's 70s cop show approach to the classic rap cut is ingrained in our brains. Which is precisely what makes this cheeky remake of the already-cheeky video so perfect.

Mike Ferbrache and Duane Freeman -- a comedy duo who also work at Francis W. Parker K-12 School in Chicago as a third-grade teacher and counsellor, respectively -- convinced the school's librarians to recreate the classic video, complete with book cart chases.

Let's just say library fines have never seemed so daunting. Enjoy!

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