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The Tiger King/The Office Crossover You Didn't Know You Needed

Netflix doco Tiger King is providing plenty of ammunition for new memes.


If you haven't yet heard about Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, it's the latest true crime documentary to take the world by storm, repeatedly topping Netflix's internal top 10 list--and now it's being mashed up with Netflix's most popular show of all time.

Revolving around a cast of very real but still larger-than-life characters, Tiger King has provided plenty of fodder for new memes--and it was only a matter of time before it got mashed up with other popular TV shows.

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The Office actor Rainn Wilson has mashed up his character Dwight Schrute with Joe Exotic, the documentary's titular Tiger King. The resulting photo is a true gift to the internet, blessing us all with "Dwight Exotic".

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Of course, Dwight isn't the only character to have been mashed up with Joe Exotic's self-proclaimed, mullet-sporting, "gun-toting gay redneck" style. Comparisons between Exotic and the President of the USA have resulted in this far more horrifying image:

The TV series has spawned more than just memes, however--a Florida sheriff is hoping the documentary's popularity will help him solve the decades-old cold case of Don Lewis's disappearance.

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness is streaming now on Netflix in a seven-episode limited series.

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