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Kids hilariously reenact Emmy-nominated shows (VIDEO)

From Mad Men to Game of Thrones: These adorable kids parody your fave Emmy shows

Just in time for the Primetime Emmys, the same kids who brought you Kid Oscars are back with a new hilarious spoof video called Kid Emmys.

In the three-minute video, these adorable kids take on your favorite Emmy-nominated shows including Breaking Bad, Mad Men, House of Cards, Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey and True Detective.

The video, which was just published on Monday, already has nearly 200,000 views.

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The video starts with Game of Thrones, with the kids arguing over who gets to be king in the throne room. Daenerys swoops in with her dragons (stuffed animals in this case) and quickly settles the dispute. She gets to reign. "All hail to Queen Daenerys," the boys agree after they've been smoked by the dragon. The silent scream completes the win.

Next, it's on to True Detective. We can hardly tell what this kid is saying as Matthew McConaughey's character Rust Cohle, but it doesn't really matter because that wig and mustache are to die for. Cap it off with McConaughey's signature, "All right, all right, all right," and this clip is set.

After that, we get up close and personal with Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood from House of Cards and sexist with Jon Hamm's Don Draper. The Mad Men segment is made even better by the fact that the kid can barely remember his lines.

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Then it's off to Downton Abbey for some more jabs at women. (Hmm, the oppression of women seems to be a popular topic in television right now.) 

Finally, the spoof takes on Breaking Bad, complete with Jesse's beanie and Walter's beard and sunglasses. "This is the last time I trust my chemistry teacher!" 5-year-old Bradley Bundlie exclaims as Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman.

Watch the full video below.

The 66th Emmy Awards air this Monday, Aug. 25 on NBC.

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