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Domain name humor in Catastrophe

Having fun with fake top level domain names.

In this scene in Catastrophe, Sharon and Rob make up fake top level domain names.

If you want a good laugh, you should definitely check out the Amazon Original Series Catastrophe. There’s even some domain name humor in the season finale of season two.

Sharon and Rob are fighting, and Rob points out that they need to make arrangements for the kids:

Sharon: You can e-mail me.
Rob: OK. Is your e-mail address still Impatient[explicit]@Mean.jerk?
Sharon: Yeah. Yeah, it is. Is yours still FatIdiot@BadBreath.[explicit]?

Rob then walks to the car, where his drug-and-alcohol addicted friend Fergal is waiting for him. Fergal turns to Rob.

Fergal: Dot [explicit]. That’s awesome. Is that an actual domain name? Because if it is, I will buy that.

My guess is the part I’ve blanked out here (a derogatory term commonly used in Britain) would not pass ICANN’s rules for a top level domain. But you never know what will happen in round 2!

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