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702 - The Brute Man



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Bolt Vanderhuge - 22 days ago

Is anyone else finding it impossible to watch past around the 45 min mark? As in the player literally won't play anything beyond a certain point? It happens to me everytime I try to watch this video.


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K.T. Robot - about 1 month ago

At 00:43, I love how Crow is so totally engrossed in Seventeen magazine.


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Bruce Box-Liker - about 1 month ago

"Matthew" breathing directly into the phone in the mid-show host segment gets me every time.


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Teri Gee - about 1 month ago

So...what's going on with this video? The full one I can watch fine until halfway through and then it stops.


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Emily Nelson - about 1 month ago

Also...why kill Joan? "This is for being wildly in love with me while I ignored you!" CRUNCH.


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Emily Nelson - about 1 month ago

Poor Tom Neal (aka Tom Dewey); he's really not as bad an actor as is shown here, like in the cheap (but good) noir "Detour." One of the mst3k movies had the same director as did Detour, too. Coincidence?! Probably.


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Rosebud - 2 months ago

I found a link on youtube! It's a 9 parter but they are all linked so it plays seamlessly. Just start with episde 1, which I linked. Enjoy!


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Sweets McGee - 2 months ago

Yup, gone man. Solid gone......picture & sound. Bummer.


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Stephen A Nathe - 3 months ago

the ORIGINAL "drunk chick"


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At 44:36, when the homicide detectives are breaking into the Creeper's river shack, this copy completely blacks out. No more video after that point. No sound, nothing, just dead. I've tried it several times and it always cuts out right there, for good.


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Teri Gee - 3 months ago

Speaking of chickens, a random chicken has moved into the lean-to of our shed in the backyard. Anyone want it? If you come to Idaho and catch it, you can have it for free.


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Jimmy Porto - 3 months ago

Never thought I'd hear "Shroud of Turin" as a Riff - and it was hilarious!


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Look at that, "Philanthropist Laid" It's always the philanthropists. Rock stars and philanthropists.


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i'm just gonna say it: Jimmy was cute & I'm sad he dies so quickly in this flick.


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K.T. Robot - 4 months ago

This episode is one of the funniest, from beginning to end. The laughs just keep coming, the timing is perfect, and Mike and the 'bots had a great time. From the chicken short, to the actual movie, and even the skits, thus is a laugh til you cry presentation that deserves many more votes than 79. I am utterly amazed!


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Dutchman - 4 months ago

Ohhh - right in the store! And the typewriter is making funny noises again!


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Elisa Farrington - 7 months ago

Goofus and Gallant. Anyone else grow up with Highlights?


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Kim Spence Dean - 7 months ago

"Chicken of Tomorrow" is one of my favorite shorts, but my real reason for watching this episode is to hear and see Mike crack up. He just loses it, and it's wonderful.


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TrekFan - 7 months ago

Also the egg came first, there were dinosaurs long before there were chickens and dino's laid eggs as well!


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TrekFan - 7 months ago

What they dont tell you is the skinny chicken has twice the flavor of the plump one! Also if you don't wash your eggs they will stay fresh almost indefinately, they come out with a coating of some kind of chicken goo that acts a barrier preventing things from reaching the egg and spoiling it...


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Alex C. - 8 months ago

Excuse me for going on another vegetarian rant, but now that I work at a grocery store slicing meat and cheese (don't ask; it pays well), I can tell you that roughly half of all rotisserie chicken get thrown away. Every night we toss out pounds of unbought chicken tenders, chicken wings, you name it. The chicken of tomorrow my ass. Us Americans are spoiled brats taking animal lives and throwing them away like rocks into the river.
RIP Clucky McCluckster. RIP starving kid in Africa.
And yes, I am being a self-righteous annoying dork right now. Deal with it.


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Realistic Action Batch - 8 months ago

The old grocer will never get old for me. Even after all these years I still sometimes just "fast forward" to that part, after watching Crow as the babysitter first, of course.


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Rondo's character, Hal, leads a life with a few surprisingly similarities to that of Rondo himself. Don't believe me? Read this: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0369061/bio


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Can we just take a moment to appreciate the utter brilliance of the Sandy sketch at the beginning? What an utterly loathsome character, and one of my all time favorite bit parts in Deep 13.


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Jerome Montgomery II - 11 months ago

The chicken of tomorrow is a 6 piece with taters and biscuts.


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Shut Up Iris - 11 months ago

8:57 I sincerely doubt their assertion that "very special photography" was used to peer inside an incubating egg. More than likely, they took a handful of eggs and just started busting them open...and that makes me so sad.


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

Mr. Scott is a walking ad for pomade.


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

Oh man, I had to pause the movie and catch my breath after that scene with the evil Pepperidge Farm commercial narrator grocery owner and Jimmy. I couldn’t stop laughing for twenty minutes.


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

Rondo Hatton’s final role. His iconic likeness is the inspiration for comic book characters Lothor(The Rocketeer) and The Creep(The Creep).


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

The most efficient way to sex a chick is to squeeze the shit out of them and gauge the color. That has been your fact of the day.


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

Servo won’t go to prison. He’s a robot and not subject to the laws of men.


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Jeremiah Boeninger - 12 months ago

I love how a short promo video that starts out about chickens actually ends up about how much we need oil.


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Lewis Nitzberg - 12 months ago

Crow chicken-singing along to the end music of the short... oh lawdy!!!


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Slappy Loon - about 1 year ago

Someone help me, I just watched this episode last night for the first time.

Hampton University is a historically all-black college. Why were the Hampton University students at the dance all white people? Why use the sign in front of an all-black college while filming, but use all white people as extras?


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105:50ish "Sorry about all this, Mrs. Lot." Such a great line but without the visual it wouldn't make any sense, so posting the riff seems pointless. But HA!!


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32:00 If she's blind, and according to her later in the film, she has been for many years, why would she automatically reach to turn on the light?


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chris kaprys - about 1 year ago

37:36 yay shout out to one of my favourite bands!


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o[ ]~~~ "the Acid Queen" Rose B - about 1 year ago

That moment when the chicken talks suggestively to the narrator may be the single creepiest moment in any of these shorts.


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Rhys Patterson - about 1 year ago

So this is how things would play out if you looked like a dick Tracy villian? You get named after a scooby doo monster and kill grocery delivery boys by the docks


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Phil Carstens - about 1 year ago

I don't get it, was the Chicken of Tomorrow an ad for trucks?


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Fuzzy Skinner - over 1 year ago

There is just not enough love for this episode.


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Jonathan Kratz - over 1 year ago

Your new eyes have arrived!


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Scooter Atreides - over 1 year ago

Is that the same Jack Pierce who did the makeup for Boris Karloff's "Monster" in the original Frankenstein?


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Jeremy Burgess - over 1 year ago

Professor Cushman was laid to rest today in a tiny battery powered car. LOL classic good.


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Big McLargehuge - over 1 year ago

Mr. Haskins, the enraged old man running the store in this movie, is by far my favorite old man ever.


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Adam Marinello - over 1 year ago

Hang down yer head, Tom... Dewey...


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Kimono Dragon - over 1 year ago

Cliff says, "I stole his girlfriend, and made out with her in front of him. Then I destroyed his education and career, and made him look hideous. I just can't imagine what made him snap!" I chortled when he bought it.


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Kimono Dragon - over 1 year ago

I swear, the next "Little Miss Muffet" reference... Alright already! Pat Moffatt, sounds like Muffet... curds and whey, I got it!!!


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Robert Ferguson - over 1 year ago

Why on EARTH do they keep TRYING to subliminally sell me PETROLEUM goods ? Were our parents THAT DULL ? (1950s - 1960s) I just thought {Chevron with Techron} I would voice that. Well.... {Texaco} Thanks again


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Alex Stefanic - about 2 years ago

There's blacksploitation, sexploitation, goresploitation, and even nazisploitation, but this is the only bigfacesplotation movie I know of.


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RevJJVQ - over 2 years ago

I just love watching Mike lose it during 36:00!