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610 - The Violent Years



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Robert Brown - 10 days ago

So the threat to white male hegemony is white girls who act like men?

This movie was ahead of its time.


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Nick Farmer - 11 days ago

"You are acceptable as a mate. Take me now."
"Ain't love sumthin'?"

GARY SINISE!


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hippiekarl7 - 12 days ago

The little Dr. who comes out at 39:00 was the photographer for the Dirty-Picture Racket in 'The Sinister Urge'......


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Zod - 28 days ago

No laugh for this one. This film was a chore, and even the host segments weren't all that funny. Ah well, not every film can be a Mitchell...


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Another one some jerk decided to DCMA. Why would anybody *WANT* to buy the copyright over some old shlock like "The Violent Years"?


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Hailley Petey-Plane - about 1 month ago

What is up with the girl in the short? As soon as the guy is "tall and good-looking" and drives a convertible, it means he couldn't possibly be top of his class, or a woman-hater (whatever that's supposed to mean in this context), or have no time for girls? Those are not mutually exclusive, at all.


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This episode is incredibly underrated if only for the short and the host segments. The movie itself is okay, but the rest of the episode just has me rolling on the floor laughing until I explode. holy cow.


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Rufus T. Firefly - 3 months ago

After they point out that one of the girls looks like Harpo, it's all I can see whenever she's on screen. Seriously, the likeness is uncanny!


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Judy unplugs the blender and gets Alex in to "fix" it--this reminded me of a story my mother told me. When she was a teenager in the early 50s, she used to go out on the lake in a little boat with her girlfriends and then pretend to be stranded so the boys would come and help them. Apparently they did it one too many times and the boys stopped coming. Ah well. It was nice while it lasted.


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Gal Dagon - 3 months ago

"Did he say the kitchen is "set this way to save work, time, and unnecessary sex"?


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Adam Neubauer - 3 months ago

I just for the first time heard crow say, "I have angoraphobia!" Clever lad.


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C. Joseph Osborn - 4 months ago

I feel like the script for this film was written by someone who had just an enormous amount of dog crap burned on their doorstep by local kids.


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Sean Barry - 4 months ago

What is this short about? Kitchen appliance ad?


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Sean Barry - 4 months ago

Hahaha, 69 laughs....


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Scott Bubb - 4 months ago

Wynona!


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Scott Bubb - 4 months ago

TVs Frank just KILLS me in this episode! "What a HOOT!" "Mike-mike-mike-m-m-m-m-mike-mike-mike..." "I like Kramer!"


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Atom Manhattan - 5 months ago

Woooah wait a minute hold up...did she just say (1:03:05) that dude's name was 'Barney Stinson'?


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Electricity! It gets your daughter laid!


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Mike-Mike-Mike-Ma-Ma-Ma-Maaaaaa... Oh, Frank


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Kimono Dragon - 8 months ago

Notice make-out guy 43:00. I didn't know Gary Sinese was making movies in the 1950's! I guess the chick-gang has a thing for Lieutenant Dan!


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EAG46 - 8 months ago

If I were the parents, I would file an immediate appeal and demand custody of the grandchild. No way in HELL would two rich grandparents lose custody. Add the fact that the judge was a friend of the parents, and you have judicial prejudice up the wazoo.


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Childe Harold - 9 months ago

"He's quite a woman-hater in his way"...WHAT ABOUT THAT IS SUPPOSED TO RECOMMEND THIS GUY


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William Johnson - 9 months ago

Okay, I know it is a badly written short by in 'Young Man's Fancy', how is it that Alex(ander Phips) has no time for girls? I mean, the subtext we all read into it is that Alex and 20's-Boy are gay lovers ... fine, it makes sense in an ironic, funny way ... but this was not brilliant satire: this was a straight-up face-value short on 'time study'.

I get that Alex is busy ... but was 20s-boy just saying that because he knew his sister would slobber all over him? And, in the end, he seems to have a loooot of time for girls ('double bag it son) so I never knew where that whole concept came from.


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So it’s her parent’s fault that Paula was a sociopath?


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*Sigh*… New petition against tax…


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P-E-S-T.


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Wait, electric sink? Their power bill must be tremendous.


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James Krummel - about 1 year ago

I remember seeing this back in the mid 90's on late night television. I missed a portion of the intro skit because my friend and I just lost it at Crow's reaction to Tom's new head. We were in tears. And again when Mike pulled his head off after the commercials. Good times.


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Gina Pazienza - about 1 year ago

alex doesn't have any time for girls, he is too busy with boys is what i was thinking


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Mike Carmona - about 1 year ago

Just like Tom said, the ENTIRE short felt like someone forgot to stop filming.


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William Johnson - about 1 year ago

This one doesn't seem to get the love on here it deserves! One of the best shorts they ever did and the movie is a classic (in the MST3K sense).


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Mitchell - over 1 year ago

That judge usually looks like his eyes are closed when he's talking. Did he write his lines on the inside of his eyelids or is he even putting himself to sleep?


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Mitchell - over 1 year ago

Nothing like a message movie that sledgehammers home its moral right at the start via voice over narration. The 50's were so subtle.


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Mitchell - over 1 year ago

Geez! Did Geppetto carve this dialogue?


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Mitchell - over 1 year ago

Why would she be stupid enough to allow a reporter from her Dad's office to walk into her co-ed slumber party? What a maroon! What an ignoranimous!!
And then she gets even stupider!!!


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Mitchell - over 1 year ago

What could possibly be worse than being a "thrill seeker" and being forced to listen to that judge's stilted, slower than continental drift sentencing speech?


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RevJJVQ - over 1 year ago

Mike mike mike mamama mike mike mike mamama mike mamama mike mamama mike mike mike!


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Big McLargehuge - over 1 year ago

Am I out of Reba? Do I need more Reba? Or any Wynnona??


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Frostyshark - over 1 year ago

Best opening ever!


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wth is this short about?! is it an ad for electric appliances? it reminds me of that short with the angel and the couple trying to leave on their honeymoon but the hubby has to write a song first and its an ad about phones....


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Edmund Wolfe - over 1 year ago

....I am in love with Tom's theme song... it's the kinda self-aggrandizing egotism that I can get behind!


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Jonathan Otto - over 1 year ago

Mike wears Chuck Taylor's with a jumpsuit. Who knew?


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Wow, this was a spicy one. So I guess Paula Accused Her Parents, but didn't have the same luck as that other guy.


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Hunter Hall - over 1 year ago

#rifftrax


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Hunter Hall - over 1 year ago

i did a c-secton..i was unable to find anything


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trumpy - over 1 year ago

That Esther Hoffman Howard bit is pure gold. Makes the horror of 'A Star Is Born' almost worthwhile.


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Paul-Gabriel Wiener - almost 2 years ago

I love this show, but this episode is seriously disturbing. They've always been kind of playfully sexist, but this really crosses the line. Two lovers in a car get held up. One of them gets dragged off into the woods, stripped, and gang raped at gunpoint. And Mike and the bots not only cheer it on but keep going back to how so many other people must be lining up, hoping it'll happen to them.


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GallariaIchiban - almost 2 years ago

So wait, in the short, if that iron isn't electric then why is it plugged into the wall?


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Olivia P - almost 2 years ago

Huh. Ever since Mike came, these episodes have been having more sexual jokes...makes me a bit uncomfortable...


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Kimono Dragon - almost 2 years ago

47:57-Kevin lifts Servo until his arm shows. They're just puppets? Who knew? My life is a sham! I'm going back to what's real: National elections, NBA Officiating, Federal Reserve currency, Patriots Super Bowl wins, the WWF...


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Stephanie~ - almost 2 years ago

Turn your crank to FRANK! Gets be every time because here in Maine we have a 107.5 FRANK FM. But it's Classic Rock, lol not Country.


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Vicious Pen - about 2 years ago

lol Crow's reaction at the start, to servo's head, just kills me.


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Gal Dagon - about 2 years ago

I will never sleep again.


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Brian Fry - about 2 years ago

i could be mistaken, but isn't that scally(sp?) from Racket Girls at around 39:40?


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Robert Ferguson - about 2 years ago

Servo LOST IT


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HOLY SHIT PEOPLE. This is the origin of one of the songs I loved as a teenager. The speech the judge gives at her sentencing at the end of the film is excerpted in the song "So What" by Ministry from their awesome album "The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste." Go on iTunes and listen to it. When I got to this part of the film I just couldn't believe my ears. I never knew where they got the clip for the song, so it was a huge wonderful surprise.


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wildstarr - over 2 years ago

Only one segment was dated. You do realize this episode came out in 1994. The other host segments where topical


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NS - over 2 years ago

It's like they were trying to make the host segments as dated as possible. Some good riffs, though.