« Underthinking It: Stuff Wrong with the Wikipedia Article about the Yu-Gi-Oh! Egyptian God Cards Underthinking It: Top 10 Things to do with Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom or Maybe Infinite Jest » Underthinking It: Top 10 Best YouTube Video Uses of “In the End” by Linkin Park fenzel Featured, music April 1st, 2012 2:00pm Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share on Reddit Share on Stumbleupon Share on Tumblr Welcome to Overthinking It, the site that subjects the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. There's much more where this came from, so if you like this article: Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook Get the Overthinking It Podcast Check out our YouTube Channel Grab articles via RSS 10. 9. 8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzpBMsZi984 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. BONUS FEATURE: DOUBLE BONUS FEATURE: 8 Comments on “Underthinking It: Top 10 Best YouTube Video Uses of “In the End” by Linkin Park” Haxxxorzz69 Apr 1st 2012 5:03 pm # Boooooooooo! Linken park is gay and if u lik it ur gay!!!1! Dusto Apr 2nd 2012 3:08 pm # Hey man, to each his own. I’m sure your taste in music is lacking as well if you make stupid comments like that. Also, I hope you typed that up on a cellphone or I fear for the future generations. Talk about lazy. Blake Shrapnel Apr 4th 2012 5:47 pm # I think someone was simply trying to get into the spirit of underthinking it and went a bit too far. Certainly not ME obviously. I’m much to learned and intelligent for such base tomfoolery. asadok Apr 2nd 2012 4:40 pm # The Sonic one left me with chills. It is certainly an understudied mode of representation. Contribootin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dlqxBLAdNI Dale Apr 2nd 2012 9:26 pm # ass crack in the Charmed video :12-:17 in. petrlesy Apr 3rd 2012 4:17 pm # the only one i watched cause it has boobs HonestObserver Apr 4th 2012 2:08 am # You guys missed a chance for current-controversy relevancy points: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99kS02nPoEM Pierce Inverarity Apr 14th 2012 10:07 pm # This post is incredibly depressing, and it’s not because the Linkin Park song is just so heart-breakingly poignant.