I somehow missed this Killing My Lobster parody of Oakland from 2009. It's a little bit outdated (I can't say I've seen anyone ghostriding or heard any whistle tips, of late. And Temescal is for fancy hip grown-ups; I'd argue that Hoover, Longfellow, and further west of Telegraph is where the young cool kids can actually afford to live these days), but it's still pretty funny.
The most accurate part in the video is the Zachary's extremist, who is supremely offended when her SF friend says, "Yeah... it was good, but I prefer Little Star" about the East Bay deep dish pizza restaurant with a cult following. I went to Cal, so for four plus years of my life, I too believed that Zachary's was the best deep dish the Bay Area had to offer. But then came Little Star. I've been chewed out by EBay friends for being excited about the opening of Little Star in Albany. For these Zachary's diehards, admitting a preference for Little Star is like spitting on their mothers' graves. Sheesh!
Speaking of dead things... I'm stoked that the defunct "alcoholic theater" mentioned in the KLM video is coming back from the dead. The New Parkway will be opening at 474 24th Street in Uptown on November 30! Like at the old, beloved Parkway, you'll be able to watch movies on the cheap while eating food and drinking beer and wine in comfy seats. But according to the website, it'll also have some new stuff, like an extended local fancy foods menu and more events. Stay tuned on the New Parkway's website for further developments.