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Tiger Woods Is Sporting A Goatee, Which Can Only Mean One Thing…

That’s not really Tiger Woods at Augusta! Look at that goatee he’s got going there. That impostor is clearly his evil twin. If I have learned one thing from watching television, it’s that if a person who usually does not have a goatee suddenly has one, that person is an evil doppelganger.

This simple fact has been proven more times than I can count – in French – which isn’t a lot, but still. Although I am not the first person to point this out, allow me to enlighten you with a few examples of this strange phenomenon.

Evil Mr. Spock

Due to a transporter mishap in the episode “Mirror, Mirror”, an evil Mr. Spock makes his appearance.

“Evil” Cartman

In the South Park episode, “Spookyfish,” an Evil Cartman arrives from a parallel universe. Granted, “Evil Cartman” is actually a nicer and more pleasant version of the real Cartman, but there you go.


Bender’s “evil” twin on Futurama. Another example of an evil twin who is in fact not as evil as the original character.

Garthe Knight

You know, I have no idea what the hell was going on with this character on Knight Rider. Try wrapping your brain around this explanation from Knight Rider Wikia and see if you can make some sense out of it, because I couldn’t at first and then I realized that I was spending way too much time trying to understand a character played by David Hasselhoff.

So, there you have it. Is it possible that Tiger simply grew a goatee and it really is him at Augusta? Come on, people, don’t be so na├»ve.

Tiger Woods, with goatee beard and wraparound shades, plays it low-key at Augusta [New York Daily News]