Robert B. Weide is an American director, producer and screenwriter. He won 3 Emmy awards prestigious awards for television programs, famous for documentaries and comedy films.
One of his famous comedy shows was probably the Curb Your Enthusiasm from the 2000s, often telling stories that the protagonist was in a dilemma, awkward and sure to get the ending Not very nice.
The episodes in this show are often cut off at the climax when the end is clear in the audience’s mind but it hasn’t really happened yet, then the theme and credits of the movie begin to appear.
If you still have not figured out what Directed by Robert B. Weide is, or may have seen it before but don’t remember, the video below will help you understand the problem.
The series of comedy videos that use the ending ‘Directed by Robert B. Weide’ ‘Directed by Robert B. Weide’ is a much-used ending on Vietnam’s Internet in recent days.
Behind humorous or irony videos, we often see the words “Directed by Robert B. Weide” and unique theme music. The popularity of this “meme”, as well as many other “meme”, is quite random.
This is also the source for “meme” called Curb Your Enthusiasm Theme Remixes. The remixed theme and credits of the drama series spread quickly on the Internet when placed at the end of clips of irony situations.
This remixed version is said to be the first to appear in 2011, used by YouTuber Nikolaj Christensen in the video “The ending of The Mist (Curb your Enthusiasm edition)” . Up to now, there have been more than 23,000 views.
Over the next few years, “meme” has become the perfect choice for the online community to use in clips of irony situations. Including the clip about the MC Steve Harvey misread the name Miss Universe 2015.
It is understandable that this credit represents “the moment you realize you’re going to meet”, and it is present in many “dreadful” videos shared on the Internet in Vietnam these days.