The Baltimore Ravens square off with the San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday. Competitiveness between the opposite coast cities has already inspired plenty of trash talking between Baltimoreans and San Franciscans -- Charm City versus the City by the Bay.
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Football is a great American pastime and all, but imagine if the Super Bowl took a pop culture twist. Instead of burly men in tight pants, each city was represented by a television show that took place in their respective cities.
Imagine no more because we've matched up the Baltimore and San Francisco's most representative TV shows -- The Wire and Full House, of course -- in a battle for Super Bowl rivalry bragging rights. That's right -- The Wire and Full House, in the same video.
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Trash talking hits a new level when Omar Little's "you come at the king, you best not miss" faces Stephanie Tanner's "how rude." Barksdale versus Gladstone, Prop Joe versus Kimmy Gibler -- have mercy.
Let's all cheer for a Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins Super Bowl next year so we can see a Perfect Strangers, Dexter mashup.
Warning: Video contains NSFW language.
This story originally published on Mashable here.