That "Trololo" guy Eduard Khil, whose 1976 video of the song "I Am Glad to Finally Be Home" has infected the Internet faster than LOLcats. I don't know whether you can't get enough of him or can't wait until the next meme comes along to send him on his way, but I happen to love him.
And based on the number of Star Wars, Star Trek, Lost and other amazing parodies and mashups that have popped up online, sci-fi loves him, too.
Here are 11 of our favorite sci-fi spoofs of that song we'll never get out of our heads.
What really destroyed Alderaan? Turns out it wasn't the Death Star after all.
The island's mysteries never made sense—until now!
Star Trek: The Original Series
The U.S.S. Enterprise receives a transmission that is highly illogical.
A Clockwork Orange
If you thought "Singin' in the Rain" caused trouble for Alex, wait until you see what this song does to a droog!
Are you one of those who winces when Eduard Khil sings? Then this clip will show you why you're one of the lucky ones.
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Guess only humpback whales can hear some of Hill's high notes.
The true source of Darth Vader's powers isn't midi-chlorians.
Michael Bay Roland Emmerich finds a new way to destroy the world.
I always knew there was more on that cursed videotape than the filmmakers let on!
Oh, Peter Griffin, why won't you ever learn?
At the Boston indie fest Pax East 2010, the musical comedy duo Paul and Storm were joined by Wil Wheaton, who's something of an Internet meme himself. Watch the crowd go wild when when two Internet memes collide!