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519 - Outlaw of Gor



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Jack Palance was in the "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" episode "Planet of the Slave Girls".


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Theseus9 - 21 days ago

Cabot, Cabot, Cabot....does Barney Rubble guy ever shut up?! Love the cardboard sets as well.


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chris kaprys - 2 months ago

i'm generally not moved to laughter by Gypsy, but appreciate her as a device that accommodates the other characters and sensibilities ... however her line after the first break right before she moves off camera just completely floored me. what a perfect beat.


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Matthew Boyle - 4 months ago

It cracks me up when Cabot pettily slaps one of the guards swords with his knife and Mike says "bitch!". Honestly it should've been edited out.


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Matthew Boyle - 4 months ago

"Protect the throne and the freedom of the people of Coruba" (or however you spell it). Ok, a few things wrong with that statement. First, if there's a monarchy (as throne implies) there can't be a whole lot of freedom. Secondly, the women in this society are definitely not free and finally even without the incredible degree of sexism there is also slavery! Why do movies about the ancient past (or alternate worlds that are like the ancient past) always seem to forget that freedom and equality before the law were not values held by the vast majority of those societies, including those who lacked freedom and equality before the law?


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Matthew Boyle - 4 months ago

Priest of kings? Wouldn't king of priests be a better title and arguably more powerful position?


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Snuffy Wuffykiss - 4 months ago

How the hell could they make a GOR movie with absolutely NO NUDITY??? Did the director or producer even read any of the books?


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Todd Carroll - 7 months ago

Just imagine what this town's Denny's looked like at lunchtime.

Gotta love the glimpses of the ranch house across the field in a couple of the wide shots.

Also, BUFFALO SHOTS.

# of buffalo shots + Jack Palance / Fabio Mike = me questioning my sexuality


quite disturbing....
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Mitchell - 7 months ago

@ 0:01:50 - Did Mike motorboat Tom Servo?!?!?


It Is A Puzzlement...
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Mitchell - 7 months ago

Why do people loose their need for prescription glasses when they are transported to Gor? Both Annoying (Kill Me Now!) Guy and CABOT (!) are wearing glasses in the bar.


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Mitchell - 7 months ago

I love the 1st scene with nerdy, annoying guy! There's a lesson to be learned there- nothing gets women's hearts racing like watching a guy make his way through the bar, hitting on every girl he sees! Smooooth!


Did someone say, "Cabot"?
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Mitchell - 7 months ago

It's hard to be sure because the boys sometimes talk over the dialog and the frequency definitely decreases sharply in the second half; but I counted 89 "Cabot"s throughout the film. Anyone count more?


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Ozzie Olin - 8 months ago

I always love the Minnesota references in this show. I've eaten at the Perkins on 494 a bunch of times.


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Matthew Boyle - 10 months ago

Priest of kings? You mean king of priests? The title goes first should be the greatest title. The priest of kings would just be a holy but not necessarily powerful king. The king of priests would be the most powerful priest.


Ironly, thy name is Cabot
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Gratuitous Lurking - 11 months ago

'As long as blood runs through my veins, I will always fight slavery and oppression!'

BOY, did you come to the wrongest of neighborhoods.


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Bruce Box-Liker - 11 months ago

I'm suddenly fixated on Cabot's first line: "Better than being in bed early than alone. ...Well, I'm leaving." Did I mishear something? Because there are at least three things wrong with these lines.


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Khan of Shakka - 12 months ago

The adapted Christmas star that the king of Gor fancies is a pretty good indicator that this guy ain't going to set the world afire. And as for his choice of a queen, who DIDNT make the cut? And if Cabot qualifies as a messiah in the land of Gor, what kind of future can the Gorians expect to have? I should,relax.


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Flynn Papandrea - about 1 year ago

HEYYYY CABBBBOOOOTTTTTT


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Teridactyl - about 1 year ago

The little guy looks like a 1/2 scale Rutgers Hauer.


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Last of the Wild Ponies - about 1 year ago

@10:19 Hey, it's Lone Star from Spaceballs!


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Dr. F and Frank's Evolution of Dance bit was way more coordinated than the Corruba Palace Dance Troupe.


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Tyler Marden - over 1 year ago

Can anyone PLEASE tell me what mike and the bots were laughing at when they were reading "Day (number) missedcall."


Houseplants of Gor
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Teri Gee - over 1 year ago

I have to say that I think Frank is a smoother dancer than Dr. F.


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What on Gor did Cabot do in the first movie that made everyone like him so much? I mean, the freakin' King himself was shouting out the windows like it was Beatlemania or something!


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Jeff Bradford - over 1 year ago

Is it glutial maximal tushical crackical bunyula morning til night?!


Barney Fife, we miss you
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BiffBurns - over 1 year ago

Man, that dude gives sidekicks a bad name. He was probably never a sidekick in real life because he could never get past the assault portion of his interactions with the cool guys. The sad part of this movie is when you know his execution is not going to take place.


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fabio is officially my favorite invention exchange ever


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Corvid - over 1 year ago

When Watney asks the girl in the bar what her sign is, around 10:00, does anybody have a clue as to what her response is? I have no idea...


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Cris Marko - over 1 year ago

Whenever I see a semi-accomplished actor (say, Jack Palance) working in such a terrible movie, I always wonder what could he have possibly been thinking while filming this steaming pile of crap.


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Sarahbean - over 1 year ago

How come this movie is suddenly no longer available in my country?


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Eileen Fay - over 1 year ago

Wow! Frank and Trace were really spectacular in the dance at the end! Kudos to Ms. Kirsten Lind, the choreographer. I thought they did great!


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Dave - over 1 year ago

Was never much of a Mike fan until the Breastica Boobular song. The new gang's timing never clicked for me, but I can't tell you how many times I rewound after Gypsy's "Hey guys - How's the movie?"


Many Gor stories, thankfully only 1 movie.
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Karl Hart - over 1 year ago

To my utter surprise, as I was looking through some audio books, I found that there were (I think) a large number of novels around the shenanigans of our intrepid hero on the party planet of Gor. And I mean a lot.. probably more than 15 or so. Thank the Frank that they (as far as I know) only made 1 festering poop pile of a movie and not a lot. I was tempted to have a look at these stories, to see if they were indeed any good. But I didn't, I remembered this movie and ... well... kinda chickened out.


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Jeremy DeMond - over 1 year ago

Gotta say, MST3k is one of the last places I'd expect to find a Firesign Theatre reference.


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The humanity - over 1 year ago

Frank and Forrester's dance number at the end is the best part of this whole episode


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Adam Buccilli - over 1 year ago

Anyone know the "Tall!" (dun-un-unun-nuh-nuh) reference? Kinda curious


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Bender Rodriguez - over 1 year ago

That synth music over the Dr. F and Frank tango at the end - pure 90s baby!


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C. Joseph Osborn - almost 2 years ago

I think my favorite thing about this movie is the series of increasingly ridiculous hats Jack Palance is forced to wear. I like living in a universe where that actually happened.


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Teri Gee - almost 2 years ago

You'd be nude except for the sailor suit.


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Adam Tercero - almost 2 years ago

Before there was The Evolution of Dance on Youtube, there was Frank and Forrester!


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Allison Peepington - almost 2 years ago

So, a few years back a friend of mine invited a group of us over for movie night, during which he sprung "In the Name of the King" on us. I sat there nursing a beer thinking I was in for a cheesy movie experience when Ray Liotta's first turn on screen as Gallian comes up. After about a minute, Tom Servo's line in the Jack Palance host segment pops into my head "After 4 days of shooting, finally got script today. Guess what, I'm not playing Thomas Aquinas. I'm supposed to be some kind of freakin' Wizard !" complete with the voice. I spent the next 5 minutes giggling uncontrollably, and repeatedly would have fits of giggles whenever Gallain/Liotta was onscreen.


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Stephen A Nathe - almost 2 years ago

strut, pout, put-it-out, what you want from women...!


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Sean Barry - almost 2 years ago

At about 1:02:30 some background music starts up that sounds a lot like something out of Super Mario 64... :)


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Sean Barry - almost 2 years ago

I love how in these movies, whenever the main characters camp out in a dangerous situation, they never set a watch.


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Sean Barry - almost 2 years ago

This movie reminds me of a computer game I used to play in the late 90's called NOX. A loser gets magically transported from his trailer park to another planet (by a rock on top of his TV set, no less) and becomes a legendary, sword-wielding savior of the land etc etc. Insert cliche here.


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Sean Barry - almost 2 years ago

Why do filmmakers love obnoxious characters? Why?


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chris kaprys - almost 2 years ago

i think i have to turn this off! somehow i've never seen this episode before. i'm at my second airbnb stay over, in budapest tonight, and i'm worried i'll get poorly reviewed if i keep this family up with my laughing. i'm trying to just smile and hold it in, but this is pure gold and it has me in stitches... oh man..


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Alyssa Transitoria - almost 2 years ago

Do NOT do the 'Cabot' drinking game with hard liquor! Stick with beer.


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NavySandman - almost 2 years ago

Latissimal Dorsical, hung like a horse-ical, calipyligical ball!


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Glenn S - about 2 years ago

Do think you think pants would've put this film over budget?


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MrCroobie - about 2 years ago

This is quite possibly one of the best TV shows ever, with one of the best theme songs.


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Alright, so just before the guys head in for the first movie break (23 minutes or so in), look at the girl in the background. She does some serious breast-repositioning. The sad thing is, this movie is so sleazy I'm not entirely sure catching that was unintentional.


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A Silhouette - about 2 years ago

Cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot -Inhale- Cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot cabot etc.


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Crypto Dentist - about 2 years ago

Just... just... GAH! WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THIS MOVIE? Who on earth saw the first five minutes of this and said, "Yes, this is acceptable film making"?


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Great Scott - about 2 years ago

Sleazy sidekick guy, Watney or whatever his name is, is the least likable character I've ever come across in MST3k, I almost didn't get through this one the first time solely because of his inane chatter.


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Great Scott - about 2 years ago

The evil lady kind of has Michele Bachmann crazy-eyes doesn't she?


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TheiguanaQuint2 - about 2 years ago

Toobular Boobular Joy, HEY!


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Karl Hart - about 2 years ago

The mads dancing at the end? MAD! HILARIOUS! Brilliant!


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Fun Fact: The Hunter's Name is "Ost," which is also the Danish word for Cheese. No fooling.


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Kyle Runes - about 2 years ago

I love the scene where Cabot is talking with his teacher and says, "We have no more enemies." Yeah, sure. That army of bandits that waylaid you less than a minute after arriving didn't seem hostile at all ; ). I also love the scene where Cabot infiltrates the slaver camp. Well done, Cabot. You followed the slave caravan for hours and then sneaked around in women's clothing for hours more without ever formulating a plan. After sitting through half of the slave auction, you grabbed the hottest slave girl and ran like hell, leaving the other fifty-or-so slaves in no different a situation than before, except for the fact that, now, their tents were of fire. What a hero!


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Cabot's platinum haired friend is pretty good-looking, imo


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John JK Harty - over 2 years ago

Errmmm... So jut how desperate for work was Jack Palance when he signed up for this turkey then? Anyone want to hazard a guess?


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After all that-----the 'Tango del Muerte' felled TV's Frank.


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Kelly Slane - over 2 years ago

The pose for "Waiting for Godot" is the bomb! Granted, they're all amazing...


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James Krummel - over 2 years ago

Worth watching for Tom Servo's impersonation of Palance alone. Love it!


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J.D. Martell - over 2 years ago

I love Gypsy saying, "We can't have nice things, can we."


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Mike Carmona - over 2 years ago

Cabot's "Mini-Me" sounded like, and was the height of Kermit The Frog.


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Stephen - over 2 years ago

Best musical number in any MST3k host segment.


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Bruce Box-Liker - almost 3 years ago

Is it really a good idea to poison your husband's wine, and then tongue kiss him after he drinks it?


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Austin Strong - almost 3 years ago

This movie kills innocence with buffalo shots and a spear from a guy in a goofy hat.


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David Raasch - almost 3 years ago

17:17 When the King, in his funky crown, says "Oh, I can't find the Christmas tree star anywhere!" I happened to be swallowing some coffee at that moment, but I'm afraid upon hearing that line, I shot coffee out my nose!


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Frostyshark - almost 3 years ago

I nearly spit out the chips I was eating when they did the donkey noise around the dance at the 23:15 mark.


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Sabrina Domingues - almost 3 years ago

Fabio! Fabio! Fabio! That's right, we are all Fabio!


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Andrew Jones - almost 3 years ago

Weird thing is In the BDSM scene I often see men and ladies quoting the GOR books and rather than some hyper-sexualized sub/dom thing all I can imagine is this dumb movie.


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Gal Dagon - almost 3 years ago

This episodes has two of my top-5 host segments. And the invention exchange is one of the funniest ones in the Mike era too.


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Rhys Patterson - about 3 years ago

This is another Italian made film where the dubbing of the main character just throws me off. They filmed in English most of the cast was English speaking but because the man guy both had a heavy accent and a not very macho tone of voice they dubbed his voice even though in some version of either this one or the first one you can still find the original audio track. It's like the Hercules movie with Arnold. He was dubbed and it was clearly not Arnold talking. I am sure they could of found another lead that looked AND sounded the part. It's not like he was star power these were his first movies! I think someone was sleeping with somebody. It may not have has anything to do with the cast but there was just too much flesh around not to have something going on. It's like a Cinemax cave painting!


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Fredrick Stafford - about 3 years ago

Like most action sequels this did not quite live up to the original…however, often times the third movie recovers some of the magic (Indiana Jones, Die Hard, etc.) so we still have something to look forward too…CABOT!


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Lisa Bont Tjapkes - about 3 years ago

We've broken through the space-time continuum, and passed the savings... onto you!


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Mark Monahan - about 3 years ago

Hard to believe that this is a sequel, Even harder to believe that the first one is worse!


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Just for the record, this female organism doesn't worship at the alter of Fabio. (Like Gypsy in that sketch, I find the whole thing laughable...kind of like when he got hit in the face with that bird.)


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Elijah Coleman - about 3 years ago

What's the song they sing at about 48:37? "Abba zeega zabba zeega oh-oh"


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Thomas Wack - about 3 years ago

The best actor in the whole film was heavy shovel guy.


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Kiri T. Unicorn - over 3 years ago

I would pay money to see Mike in "Oh! Calcutta!"...in a sailor suit.


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Stereo Catz - over 3 years ago

This seems like a pretty blatant rip-off of the "Of Mars" franchise.


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Stereo Catz - over 3 years ago

How many Flintstones references are in this episode?


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Scooter Atreides - over 3 years ago

So, a quiet, nerdy college professor discovers a parallel dimension filled with scantily clad slave girls where he is machismo incarnate: A paragon of strength and heroism that every woman wants and every man wants to be....

Jesus! Twilight was a less blatant example of an author's sad and juvenile personal fantasies :P


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Scooter Atreides - over 3 years ago

Y'know, I love this episode-- but I can never seem to remember the name of the main character....if only someone else in the movie would say it out loud...


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Scooter Atreides - over 3 years ago

As a side note: I love how they gradually developed Gypsy from rather dull, cow-like creature, ...to basically the SOL's "brain" embodied...to wise, responsible, surrogate mother-figure.


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Bruce Box-Liker - over 3 years ago

I found the movie that comes before this one, "Gor", on Netflix. It's worth watching, as it's even worse than this one.

On another note, as ridiculous as this movie is (one of my favorite episodes, incidentally), am I the only one who thinks that the theme music is actually pretty cool?


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Kelly Slane - over 3 years ago

Seriously, what IS it with that HAT?!


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David Sircin - over 3 years ago

After watching this episode I realized that Christian Bale's Batman is really just a bad Jack Palance impression.


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Desiree Ashcraft - over 3 years ago

The last scene: priceless!!!!


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Glenn Wobick - over 3 years ago

If I have to hear the name or word Cabot at any time I will kill that person. STOP WITH THE CABOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Jason Edwards - over 3 years ago

So I count about 65 'Cabots' before the dink even gets into the castle at the 0:20:00 mark. Anyone manage to count all the way through?


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Andys - over 3 years ago

The USA network movie rant may be slightly dated, but if you change USA to Lifetime, it still holds up.


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Childe Harold - over 3 years ago

Dune reference!


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Jeanne Marie Sebastian - over 3 years ago

Soooo.. Gor is a sleazy Narnia..


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My big question is: what the hell happens to the Camaro? Is it just trans-substantiated into some kind of weird stasis in a third alternate dimension? You never see it after Cabot and his fat geek buddy "warp out" and end up on Gor. The story doesn't even deal with it; it just disappears. Lucky for the audience, I guess; otherwise they'd have been abused with a boring-assed twenty-minute comic-relief scene where the band of desert marauders tries to make sense out of this weird chariot lying in the desert all busted up.


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Alex Stefanic - over 3 years ago

From what I understand, the Gor books (of which there are about 500) are pretty much just fantasy action porn. Which begs the question, why didn't they just make the movie a porno? It probably would've turned out better than this clunker.


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NS - almost 4 years ago

I like how Mike's relationship with the 'bots really comes through in the host segments. If Joel was a father-figure, Mike was the cool uncle who would buy you irresponsibly huge ice cream sundaes and let you ride on the back of his dirtbike.


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LostHighway - almost 4 years ago

♪♫ It's breastica-boobular chestica-mammical pendular globular fun ♪♫


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - almost 4 years ago

Yep, serious blackout drunkenness in just minutes! Play it today!


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Dan Rudy - almost 4 years ago

Warning: game may induce alcohol poisoning by the forty-second minute.


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Frankie DeMario - almost 4 years ago

Drinking game to this movie: You take a drink after every time you hear CABOT