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Here's That Coke Ad, Now in Klingon, Dothraki and Pig Latin Comedy troupe gets even more inclusive

If there's one good thing to come out of the recent lunatic-fringe freakout over Coca-Cola's multilingual Super Bowl ad, it's definitely this parody featuring languages that didn't quite make the original cut.

Comedy troupe Garlic Jackson, which previously (and brilliantly) mashed up "Blurred Lines" with The Cosby Show intro, have dropped a new audio track on the Coke spot, "America Is Beautiful." The parody's additions include the dulcet tones of Star Trek's Klingon and Game of Thrones' Dothraki. I'll let you hear the rest for yourself. 

Here's the original ad:

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