Photos: A faux-rap battle rages

Photos: A faux-rap battle rages

Summary: A bicoastal rivalry between rap factions erupts in widespread parody and a battle for comic cred on the Net.

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  • Narnia, Lazy Sunday #1

    The rap-parody video "Lazy Sunday," also known as "The Chronic-what-cles of Narnia," generated millions of hits after migrating to the Internet from "Saturday Night Live." In the video "SNL" actors Andy Samberg and Chris Parnell rapped faux-angry about the dizzying array of snacks they would buy and eat before going to see "The Chronicles of Narnia."

  • Lazy Sunday #2

    "Saturday Night Live" actors Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg get snack nasty in their video "Lazy Sunday."

  • macchiato

    In "Lazy Monday," the West Coast counterpart to "Lazy Sunday," Los Angeles actor Mark Feuerstein and film editor Adam Stein play on stereotypes of Los Angelenos' penchant for lazy mornings at cafes.

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