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Bruce Campbell and Ted Raimi Conduct Zombie Wedding Vow Renewal

This video is a bit of a paradox for the ZRC. On the one hand, allowing Zombies to renew their vows in public in a peaceful ceremony is a major step forward for Zombie Rights; I mean, even allowing Zombies to HAVE marriage vows is a major step forward.

And Bruce Campbell and Ted Raimi, longtime Anti-Zombie personalities both, almost manage to rehabilitate themselves here by hosting the august ceremony in question. Except..

Except that Bruce and Ted can’t help but slip in more than a few stereotyped cracks about Zombies, and ‘braaaaaains’, and what not. Now, Mr. Campbell’s potshots at his audience have to be taken in context; he’s often playfully adversarial with his fans, and it’s what they might expect. But please, could we skip the brain-eating and tone down the specifically Anti-Zombie material just a tad bit?

All in all though, it’s a pretty touching scene, and even slightly tarnished as it was, still could be the first of many positive steps toward gaining Marriage Equality for the Undead.


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