To take a break from the monotony of producing me-too reality programs, the entertainment industry has set its covetous eyes upon the loser-generated content of YouTube. Obviously, if you can make it on the Internet, you can make it anywhere. The most recent victims are Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan who, after investing $600 into a Darth Vader costume, became a YouTube sensation with their ongoing comedy "Chad Vader," the lesser of the evil Sith lords. Now, as with LonelyGirl15, television and film executives are hunting down Chad Vader's creators in the hopes of instilling some funny into mainstream media. For now the duo's only return on investment is a new YouTube program that splits revenue with some of the site's filmmakers.
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