This video was terrible and should never ever be released to the public.
I find it personally offensive and controversial in numerous ways, and with its extremely high production quality it is poised to spread like a virus over the world wide web.
The effects of this could be devastating:
Fog Creek Software, who is already flaunting how comfortable and cool they make their developers, stand to represent themselves as people who both manage developers and have a sense of humor. This puts tremendous pressure on both developers and managers to act human.
By drawing parallels to a popular television show and character, and by focusing on several aspects of developer culture that are not mired in technical lexicon, this video may actually be found humorous to non-developers.
This video makes it very clear, even if thinly veiled in tasteless humor, that people without Asperger's or other analogous social disorders are disadvantaged as potential employees. I have tried in vain efforts to make myself more marketable, to force myself to understand your world of lolcats and 4chan but I can not crack this glass ceiling. The prejudice needs to stop, not be fueled by dissemination of this video.
I vote an emphatic NO. You should be ashamed of yourselves.
Found this very very average copy on YouTube - you can't see much but at least you can hear it.
I think the intro demo is going to become Volume 7 - Management, of the Make Better Software training series. That's why it hasn't been posted.