Friday, March 22, 2024

Relive the Hilarity: How to Watch "Chad Vader - Day Shift Manager"

Take a trip down memory lane and revisit the side-splitting antics of Chad Vader, everyone's favorite disgruntled supermarket employee, in the classic YouTube series.

By Rodger Mansfield, Technology Editor
March 22, 2024

Remember the epic "Chad Vader: Day Shift Manager" comedy series that took YouTube by storm? 

If you need a good laugh or want to introduce a whole new generation to this internet gem, you're in luck! 

"Chad Vader: Day Shift Manager" is a hilarious parody of Star Wars, cleverly weaving in pop culture references and workplace humor. 

It's a must-watch for fans of offbeat comedy and a nostalgic reminder of early internet sensations.

Here's how to do it.

Chad Vader: Day Shift Manager was created by Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan, two friends with a knack for offbeat humor and a love of Star Wars. 

They originally produced the series as a passion project for the competitive short film website Channel 101. 

After achieving massive popularity on YouTube, they continued the series and run their own production company, Blame Society Productions.

Rediscovering "Chad Vader: Day Shift Manager" is just a few clicks away.  

Head to YouTube and prepare for a delightful trip back in time filled with awkward customer interactions, epic lightsaber battles in the aisles, and Chad Vader's hilariously exasperated sighs.

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