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Bob Ross Remixed video gives PBS YouTube channel major cred

The PBS Digital Studios YouTube channel only has three videos currently, but it's becoming a "MUST SUBSCRIBE" type of channel. Its first video, "Mister Rogers Remixed", garnered more than 5.7 million video views. The latest remix involves a remix of "The Joy of Painting" host Bob Ross, and it's just as amazing:

PBS is creating these to help generate support for donations to local PBS stations, so if you're so inclined, feel free to throw some money their way. What other PBS "legends" do you think should get the remix treatment? My vote is for Julia Child.

In case you missed the Mister Rogers remix, here it is:

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