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618 - High School Big Shot



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chris kaprys - 29 days ago

so a good work ethic is important to "whitey" and to prove it she's allowed to lie, entrap, and take stakes in gambling. got it.


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chris kaprys - 29 days ago

as per the drill in the forehead after the commercial break to "relieve the pressure" .. that's a -real thing!- called "trepanning" that people used to do and sometimes still do. i got this crazy documentary on dvd several years back called "a hole in the head" after talking about it with this lady on another forum. interviews with people who've done it, talking to this real calm happy character with a funky dimple scar between his eyes on his forehead. references to it in film include the end scene of Pi. just for reference. world's a weird and wonderful place......


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Noah Zehrung - about 1 month ago

"Never put doughnuts next to kitty litter." HAHAHAHA


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James GreyWolf - about 1 month ago

So who DOESN'T want a mini T. Rex stuffed down his shorts?


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TANKK 3000 - about 1 month ago

Anyone else notice the fat guy playing the safe cracker also played the dude selling TRIBBLES in the Star Trek episode the trouble with tribbles? Lol


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Scott A. Taylor - 2 months ago

Like Crow said .. all this because the English teacher was a fucking Jerk! Sure ... punish the kid for doing someone else's homework by ruining his life. This just proves that strict, straight up, upright citizens of society are total jerks and should be avoided at all costs!! They seem to cause crimes to happen.


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Hailley Petey Plane - 4 months ago

The people in this movie seem to have an awfully casual attitude about marriage.


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Bender Rodriguez - 4 months ago

Bots trying to get into Gypsy's diary earned the Laugh all by itself. What is it about Crow getting busted up that floors me every time!


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Teri Gee - 5 months ago

This episode has such a depressing movie that I don't watch it very often (as in, not once in the last year), but being reminded of Giant Servo and Mike throwing Servo out of the theater...well, I'll watch it, and probably be depressed by Marv's absolutely depressing life.


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Paul Stiehr - 5 months ago

So is the short about the Breadman an allegory for the book of Job?


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I feel like this is the only episode where the Mads don't mention the short... or am I wrong?


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Rosebud - 6 months ago

28:16: Richard Dixon and John Nickolaus on the same credit screen, a long silent pause, and then all Mike could come up with was mumbling something like "(that should be) Jack Nickolaus"? I bet they regretted missing that one.


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Rufus T. Firefly - 6 months ago

What always kills me about this movie is how insistent it is that Marv is a genius, even though he never really does anything particularly clever (or adequate, really).


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Sean Barry - 7 months ago

As lame and cheesy as the short about the bread salesman was, they had a point about bread being important. Ancient Athens was brought to its knees when the grain shipments stopped coming in from the Black Sea. Man's gotta eat!


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Joseph Ewing - 8 months ago

This is the single most depressing story and Marv is undoubtedly the most pathetic character in film history. That saddest part is that the producers expected the audience to connect with Marv obviously because he's the only character in the movie who comes close to being the protagonist.


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Sarahbean - 8 months ago

Of course satin tap pants could ONLY come from Hell, so it makes sense that the devil in this short would be wearing them.


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Tony Banik - 10 months ago

"Funeral breads, War breads!"


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Joseph Ewing - 11 months ago

This is one of the episodes when the movie actually pissed me off. The fact that Marv is wimpy and friendless but inexplicably has a connection to career criminals to help with the heist. By help with the heist, I mean do the entire heist themselves with Marv's only involvement is going along with them. To top everything off, Marv acts like he's somehow in charge of the heist by giving orders like, "Hurry," and "Come on," and the two professionals actually listen to him and follow his retarded commands.


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Joseph Ewing - 11 months ago

How would this kid know a professional criminal and where to find him?


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Aileen Smithee - 11 months ago

The climax of this stinkburger is a touching reminder of just how many filmmakers, to quote Our Heroes, "Have some issues with women." :/


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Elisa Farrington - about 1 year ago

... I'm afraid my husband might be headed for trouble. Keith is a good, kind, decent man, but I think the desert has started to melt his brain cells. Let me explain. He works in the chemical lab of a power plant. Recently the company hired an assistant by the name of Frank. Well, in the course of training Keith has told him to “Push the button, Frank.” He then laughs hysterically for no obvious reason.


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Michael Kanuckel - about 1 year ago

This is one of my favorites- mostly for the short.


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hippiekarl7 - about 1 year ago

So her and the devil both work for DuPont.......that's dark.


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Jeff Schofield - about 1 year ago

"But you go out with Vince!" LOMBARDI!!!! I wish Crow would've done that EVERY time they said his name.... too awesome


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Charles Todd Helton Architect - over 1 year ago

The specialty breads short is one of my all-time favorites - it comes to a sharp point!


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Mike Carmona - over 1 year ago

The opening tune sounds like a jazzy version of the Friday the 13th theme.


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Marv's heist plan doesn't seem to take into account the part where his boss ends up with his tongue pulled out through his slit throat for not having the money to pay the triad guys.


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As a person with chronic migraines, I know what it is to want to run a power-drill through your own head.

Good stuff.


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starman 76 - over 1 year ago

'ah, the simplest of tasks for T. Hewitt Edward Crow' at 1:13:41


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James Perez - over 1 year ago

I honestly wonder what they used to make the Giant Servo puppet.


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Frank's lackluster scolding of the dinosaur is probably one of my favorite Frank moments.


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i just dont understand why the angel is the one trying to do the tempting... this short makes no sense! :p what a goofy idea. lol


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i think tom pittman, who played marv, is actually pretty good considering the material. i looked him up on line and was sad to find he actually died shortly after this film at 26. :(


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

Wow, Tarantino-like carnage ending (hmm…wonder if he ripped off anything from this one too?). In any case, as I have noted many times my friends, just one hot girl carrying heavy “daddy issues” can take out more men than an Armored Division.


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

P.S.-- I found the original guide to sitting properly on a loaf of bread, in case anyone needs it. Ta-daaa!


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Fuzzy Skinner - almost 2 years ago

The short is one of the best of the whole series. Probably my second favorite behind Progress Island USA.


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Scooter Atreides - almost 2 years ago

Okay. Granted--Betty is a stone cold, manipulative, gold-digging trollop. But her teacher's treatment of her is unsettling inappropriate, and would cost him his job nowadays.
I mean he basically told her, to her face: "You're a sweet piece of tail, but dumber than a bag of hammers"....JESUS! The harassment lawsuit that would result from a teacher talking to a student like that these days would bankrupt the school district!


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Rowsdower Jr. Sr. - almost 2 years ago

I still don't know how this ep stays so low on the totem pole with the quality riffs on this awful movie. The way they tear into the depressing guy and his even more depressing dad is almost magical.


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Kimono Dragon - almost 2 years ago

Who else noticed the "Police Squad" music at every dramatic scene? "My name's Drebbin. I carry a badge."


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John Harms - almost 2 years ago

Marv really has no head for crime. The whole idea about a heist is to keep it under wraps until after it is done.


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Scooter Atreides - about 2 years ago

It's like I Accuse My Parents as written by Sylvia Plath.


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EAG46 - over 2 years ago

My mistake, that wasn't Harry Mudd. That was Tribble-pusher Cyrano Jones as the safecracker. You Trekkies out there know who I mean.


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Neil Connery - over 2 years ago

When she sticks her tongue out and servo cracks "no thanks, i use toilet paper"... wow. if only i had that baby in grade two. hmmm... how do i bait someone into sticking their tongue out?


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Alex Stefanic - over 2 years ago

High School Big Shot: A misrable story about misrable people and their misrable lives.


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I love the diner scene where Mike hums "Tom's Diner" by Suzanne Vega. 1:04:35


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Peter Trinidad Niederbrach - over 2 years ago

Wait, Heaven and Hell is keeping track of Bread Salesman? Sounds like a Gospel of Wealth thing... Or a Ferengi Divine Treasury thing. xD


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Frankie DeMario - over 2 years ago

LOL Giant Servo is the best part!