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Pete Holmes Gives M. Bison Some Realistic Finance Advice in "Street Fighter Red Tape"

The Pete Holmes Show may be nearing the end of its run on television, but that hasn't stopped Holmes from continuing his delightfully silly series "Street Fighter Red Tape." It's finally M. Bison's turn to sit across the desk from Holmes for some real talk concerning just how over budget his plans for his fight tournament/world takeover plan are — expensive cars, business class international flights, trained elephants, and all.

Pete Holmes Calls Vega's Claw an Insurance Liability in 'Street Fighter Red Tape'

In the second episode of his new Street Fighter-themed web series, Pete Holmes interviews Vega, the fancypants pretty boy from Spain who insists on wearing a mask, fighting with a huge claw, and crawling up chain link fences to avoid getting his beautiful face hit. Holmes tries to explain to Vega just how big of an insurance liability the claw is given he's the only fighter with a weapon, and it's nice to see Vega exposed as the cheating wuss he truly is.

Joel McHale Plays a Clueless Guile in 'Street Fighter Red Tape'

Here's the newest installment of Pete Holmes's web series Street Fighter Red Tape, in which Joel McHale plays the valiant American hero Guile, who has fought in all kinds of obscure no-gun wars.

Pete Holmes Renames Ryu's Spinning Kick in 'Street Fighter Red Tape'

Ryu has always seemed to make himself overly complicated in Street Fighter, and Pete Holmes has addressed that in what I hope is the first of many episodes of his new series "Street Fighter Red Tape," in which he guides Ryu (played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar) through some "pre-approved fight statements" as well as some deeper questions involving Ryu's sexual preferences.

Kumail Nanjiani Plays the Unmarketable Dhalsim in 'Street Fighter Red Tape'

In the newest installment of Pete Holmes's Street Fighter-themed web series, Kumail Nanjiani plays the slow and stretchy Indian yogi Dhalsim, who Holmes calls out for being completely unmarketable and a walking contradiction who doesn't even know what yoga is.