show: aliens in america

Fridays on the History Channel

Fun fact for those who don’t live in the U.S.–every Friday, the History Channel (a network that runs programming on historical events and whatnot) runs a marathon of Ancient Aliens, a show that presents various hypotheses about how aliens are responsible for basically everything in human history including what you ate for breakfast. It’s also the source of this meme:

America really is obsessed with extraterrestrials, I guess. 

The truth is out there

There are a ton of alien species some people believe visit Earth, but these are the most popular.
The Reptilians, the Grays, and the Nordics.

I could talk forever about this, like the reptilians are usually considered the original inhabitants of Earth but are always lumped in with aliens. Also, they were invented by an American science fiction writer but were made popular in modern alien lore by an Englishman.

The Grays are an all American invention which is also why we see them most in fiction. The Americans make the most alien movies and shows.

Finally there’s the Nordics, not to be confused with the actual Nordic people. They are called Nordics because they look like Nordic stereotypes and because they were originally only reported in the Nordic countries. They have since been replaced in Nordic UFO rapports with the Grays.

I used Norway to represent the Nordics here because he is pretty damn in love with himself and it’s so rare that I get to show that part of his personality.

You’ve seen them and loved them. Just flipping through the telle you will see how our Indian origin actors are securing memorable roles on the tube. Here’s a post on all the Indian origin actors in Hollywood. You make us proud. 

Adhir Kalyan 

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Name Pronunciation: |ʌdhɪr|

Born: Durban, South Africa

Where you’ve seen him: Spooks, Aliens in America, Nip/Tuck, and recently Rules of Engagement. He’s also done a number of roles in movies like Fired Up, Paul Bart:Mall Cop and No Strings Attached.

Danny Pudi

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Name Pronunciation: |dæn̩i:|

Born: Chicago, USA.

Where you’ve seen him:  Done a few episodes of ER, Gilmore Girls, Greeks, he is now seen as a regular as Abed Nadir in Community.

Aziz Ansari

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Name Pronunciation: |ɜ:zi:z|

Born: South Carolina, USA.

Where you’ve seen him: Done a few roles in shows like Reno 911 and Scrubs, he now plays he role of Tom Haverford on Parks and Recreation.

Maulik Pancholi

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Name Pronunciation:|maʊlɪk|

Born: USA

Where You’ve seen him: on Weeds as Sanjay and in 30 Rock as Jonathan. He also voices the character of Baljeet on Phineas and Ferb. 

Kalpen Modi A.K.A. Kal Penn

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Name Pronunciation:|kəlpen|

Born: New Jersey, USA.

Where you’ve seen him: Kumar in the Harold and Kumar film series, Taj Badlandabad in the Van Wilder film series. Also in The Namesake.

Kunal Nayyar

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Name Pronunciation: |kun̩ʌl|

Born: England but raised in New Delhi, India

Where you’ve seen him: He has acted in very few productions but he’s best know as Rajesh Koothrapali better knows as Raj in The Big Bang Theory.

Naveen Andrews

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Name Pronunciation: |n̩əvi:n̩|

Born:London, England.

Where you’ve seen him: On Lost, Bride and Prejudice, The English Patient , Provoked.

Sendhil Ramamurthy

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Name Pronunciation : |sen̩ðhɪl̩|

Born:Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Where you’ve seen him: as Dr Mohinder Suresh in Heroes. He’s acted in the Chris Pine movie, Blind Dating. Also, It’s a Wonderful After Life, a Horror - Romance.

Dev Patel

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Name Pronunciation:|̩deɪIv|

Born: Harrow, England.

Where you’ve seen him: British drama Skins; Danny Boyle’s, Acamedy Award winning film, Slumdog Millionaire. Also M N  Shyamalan’s, The Last Airbender

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I just found this on Youtube. It’s Avan in “Aliens In America”

…seeing him talking about teensex ( or sex in general) and throwing condoms at the crowd just made me laugh … Call me immature, I don’t care xD