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1006 - Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues



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The Original and Best
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The original Boggy Creek Monster. https://archive.org/details/TheLegendOfBoggyCreek_961


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Smokingspoon - 22 days ago

I've lost count of how many times I've watched this episode.


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Poop Ing - about 2 months ago

Sasquatch was always my favorite Cause he was a loner who hated the popular monsters yet longed to be one.


Boggy Creek 1
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Richard - 2 months ago

I love this episode. Some funny riffing. There WAS a Legend of Boggy Creek - I saw it as a kid in the 70s and it scared the crap outta me. I'm pretty sure Boggy Creek 2 would have scared me back then too. I was a nervous kid.


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Paul-Stewart Routten - 3 months ago

Charles B. also directed and starred in "The Town that Dreaded Sundown," another tale taking place in Arkansas. Likewise, Cindy Butler and the famed Shakespearean actor, Jimmy Clem had starring roles.


A Real S&%t Job story
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Funky The Monkey - 4 months ago

If they think having alittle poop on the leg is gross, here's a short nauseating tale I was told by my old geography teacher who does work for the Peace Core from time to time.

One time when he was in a part of a foreign country that lacks toilets and all outhouse, his wife dropped something by accident in an outhouse. They were at a hotel and complained to the manager that they dropped an item in the outhouse. The manager simply called in this guy. More like a boy in his early teens to preteen with nothing but boxers on. He had a flashlight with him. And the manager told this boy to look inside the outhouse for the missing thing. This kid was hired for this stuff. So the boy goes to the outhouse and opens it up. The hole for all the human waste must be feet deep and was feet long. He wasn't joking when he said the boy actually just jumped into that *&^% like he was going to take a bath or no big deal. With the flashlight just dug around in literal s&%t to find the thing. The boy does find the thing eventually and hands it to them before jumping out smelling like daises. They do hose the kid down too, but that's all they do. That was this kid's job to work around outhouses like that. Well that's what he told not just me but the class too. Well if they knew this would happen, they would just leave the thing in the outhouse. They didn't know this would happen. XD

Now that...is a real s&%t job.


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Teri Gee - 5 months ago

During the opening of this episode, I found Tom Servo's slinky arms and hands to be almost mesmerizing. I couldn't look away from them. They're always moving! It was almost a relief to have the movie start. I can't see them anymore.


Fist full of rats
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Mega Rat2000 - 8 months ago

If Otis Tucker never regained consciousness, how do they know what happened to him ?? Did forensics recreate the crime scene ???


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SaturnHex - 9 months ago

The only link we had has been removed from youtube and I can't find another full movie version anywhere.


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Duncan Hirohito - 10 months ago

Oh yeah there is a Boogy Creek 1 but it had its only showing at the All Events Complex in Rapid City, Arkansas as part of the Arkansas Arts Expo in 1983. It was really just a collection of bogeymen folklore as recalled by the older residents of Plattville County. But that is the same county that consistently ranks in the top 3 for unsolved fatal maulings by unknown animals AND which contains the Wild Monkey Rehab Project run by the U of A. On the other hand, it all seems like a scheme for the thinning-haired prof with the brief gym shorts to spend the night In the camper with a couple of chicks.


We had joy we had fun
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Dragon my Tail 2day - about 1 year ago

There was a 1st one ???? I thought Mr. Pierce was trying a "George Lucas" and saying the 1st episode was actually episode 4 errrr 2 I mean.
Remember visit the tomb of the unknown cracker !!!!


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Jeremy423 - about 1 year ago

It already seems like trouble when the film is a sequel and you've never heard of the original


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Jeremy423 - about 1 year ago

Ahh Crenshaw...may your fires burn for all time sir...for all time!


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The great thing about this movie? U really, REALLY don't need 2 c the FIRST one 2 b all caught up... AHAHAH, can u imagine the first one?!?!?!?


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Snuffy Wuffykiss - over 1 year ago

Radar!!!


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Rod Sturdy - over 1 year ago

Dem Dar Back Wood collage kids

I would have liked to have seen the ending turn into a Scooby doo ! you know ...
It's Mr stiney the boat man I would gotten away with it not fer you medeleing KIDS ! !


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SaturnHex - over 1 year ago

Not gonna lie, I have a Tanya crush


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Matthew Boyle - almost 2 years ago

well the little one had my features. Disgusting but funny


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Matthew Boyle - almost 2 years ago

I was beginning to realize how much of this country is and should remain untouched
servo: as blue smoke poured from my motor


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Matthew Boyle - almost 2 years ago

"He's about three miles down, first cabin on the right." Are you suggesting there are other people who live anywhere near Cremshaw? Either they are his relatives or I feel sorry for them. They're supposed to be going into backwaters and the directions are given like they're going to the bathroom. You know, first door on the right or whatever.


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Duncan Hirohito - almost 2 years ago

So the nair-rater holds the chair at the Univ. of Arkansas in Boogey Creek Studies. Just wait until he gets back to campus with his eyewitness account of his encounter. The Board of Guv'ners just might keep him in mind in case President "Bud" LeCarboneau ever decides to return to the family business down at the filling station.


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John Scotto - over 2 years ago

What exactly was Crenshaw saying when he says, "I'll throw down on you before "nine gars gonna menna"?


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Brian Shuttleworth - over 2 years ago

My question is if Otis Tucker had a flat tire, all alone and "never regained consciousness" and was never able to tell anyone what happened to him... how in the world does Doc know the story?


And the Limericks Continue
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NS - over 2 years ago

In the woods, our mic sensors keep watch,
And we wear our pants tight in the crotch.
When the flashbacks are over,
At last we'll discover
Crenshaw was the real Sasquatch.

There's no use in prevaricating
About these wild tales you're relating.
You insist that they're true,
But your stories of poo
Hurt your believability rating.


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K.T. Robot - over 2 years ago

You know, 300 pounds spread over an 8 ft frame equals a rather skinny monster.


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James GreyWolf - almost 3 years ago

This has been bugging me for a while. If you have a radar screen with four progressive circles around the center signifying distance and the largest circle is 200 m and the distance between each of the circles is the same, It would NOT signify distances of 200, 75 and 50. It would signify 200m, 150m, 100m and 50m. Where the hell he comes up with a circle signifying 75m is beyond me.


and they never heard from him again...
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Rosebud - almost 3 years ago

Have to agree with the consensus that how come our guys didn't pick up on the guy who never woke up telling the story of his attack? I guess some of the real gems they leave for the viewer to figure out on their own. So in my case...I didn't pick up on it either until I read these comments!


This film brought to you by...
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Rosebud - almost 3 years ago

written, directed, produced, filmed, and edited by Charles B. Pierce and Sons.


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The Princess Elizena - almost 3 years ago

"We had to tie Tim in the trees to keep him safe from the Creature." It's Mike's gentle, lilting tone of voice that makes it so good.


"I saw the little creature"
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I'm seeing this right now for the first time since they went out of reruns on SciFi. Possible new instant favorite here.

I'm giving it a laff solely on the basis of Doc's line "I saw the little creature".


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How mysterious and/or legendary can the creature really be if it tends to take long midday strolls across wide open landscape with its young?


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Stephen A Nathe - about 3 years ago

boy, Tim's a real strong blip on my Gay-dar...!


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The humanity - about 3 years ago

I've always loved how Tom would break out into song, especially at 18:40 when he breaks out into "Wings of a snow white dove", which in no way fits the film.


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Scooter Atreides - over 3 years ago

One of the small handful of eps I never bothered to finish--along with Hamlet, Final Justice, and Track of the Moon Beast (yeah--Season 10 isn't my favorite)

Gonna give it another shot tonight--let's see what happens :)


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Frederick Jacob Luebker - over 3 years ago

Brain Guy's song is great. I especially like the abrupt ending. "That's it."


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What Tha - over 3 years ago

Hahaha. The "their going to wrestle" bit cracks me up. Giggling like a teenage boy.


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Jen Bates - over 3 years ago

No matter the episode I lose it every single time something so completely ridiculous happens that they can't even make fun of it, they just chuckle uncontrollably.


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Cris Marko - over 3 years ago

So let's get this straight... the script wants us to believe the creature is "going crazy lately, jumping old people" because it's offspring was caught? Don't animals just attack the thing that attacks their young? Not random old people...?


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Sweets McGee - over 3 years ago

This video cut out midway for anyone else?


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Keep your eye on the guinea pig - over 3 years ago

His name was... S-Snow... Head...


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Keep your eye on the guinea pig - over 3 years ago

The "sexy" sax music when Crenshaw takes Doc to see the little creature!


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From Wikipedia, about another one of Pierce's movies: "He received some criticism for the graphic violence portrayed in the film, particularly one scene where the killer ties a woman to a tree, attaches a knife to the end of a trombone, then repeatedly stabs her while playing the instrument."


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Joseph Ewing - over 3 years ago

19:16 That kid actually almost actually kicks his own butt with his heels when he runs.


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Such as Seals - over 3 years ago

Guys, I'm still not sure if Crenshaw was an actual actor or if they just found this dude and rolled with it...


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Just Johnny Baca - over 3 years ago

"Uh, can I borrow a cup of shirt?" priceless.


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Julie Fedon - over 3 years ago

Dr. Batch...this fall.


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Such as Seals - over 3 years ago

Yes, these river bottoms...


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Sarahbean - over 3 years ago

As a proud native of the natural state I want to slap Charles B. Pierce so hard!


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suzy lux - over 3 years ago

Well at least this passes the Bechdel Test ;)


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Mod-God - over 3 years ago

"...And the legend continues, to be not heard about by anyone"


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NavySandman - over 3 years ago

"Just think of me as a She-belo" Tom, you were so ahead of your time, brother.


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NS - over 3 years ago

00:03:05 Mad science.


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - almost 4 years ago

*lmao* This movie is a gem! It almost makes one feel bad for city folk. Don't know anything about guns, can't use a stick, have no concept of what a 4 wheel drive car can or, more importantly, CAN'T do, and don't even know how to use a simple winch. *shakes head*


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - almost 4 years ago

Whoa Whoa! Did I hear that correctly? They are taking a 30-30 into the woods to hunt a monster that could potentially kill them? Yeah, great idea, you have to right on top of him to do any damage! 30-06 would have been the preferable choice...just sayin'. Me thinks Hollywood tampered a bit here! *lol*


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Jerome Montgomery II - almost 4 years ago

This is before the Arkansas Razorbacks joined the SEC.


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Jerome Montgomery II - almost 4 years ago

"Papa was a rolling stone"


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Jerome Montgomery II - almost 4 years ago

Is there a Boggy Creek part one?


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David - almost 4 years ago

A Waffle House recently opened near my house. My wife is totally sick hearing me sing "Ridin' down the road, lookin' for a Waffle House ..." every time we pass it.


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Jonathan Otto - about 4 years ago

This is just an episode of Finding Bigfoot


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Michael S - about 4 years ago

Joe Bob Briggs pointed out years ago:
The legend of Boggy Creek made tens of thousands of dollars,
Boggy creek II made tens of dollars...


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - about 4 years ago

I hereby apologize on behalf of my name for that irritating, constantly complaining, bitchy character.


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madmaxmiami - about 4 years ago

There he is? They must have a better camera than I do because I can't see a thing.


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starman 76 - about 4 years ago

okay, legs bent, butt protruded, stomach pooched out, good - 36:40


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Alyssa Who Will Not Be Named - about 4 years ago

I love it how in the midst of all the tension, the girls keep applying cosmetics...


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@12:19 -- Is that director & lead actor Charles B. Pierce doing the radio announcements? Hey Charles: Share the wealth homie.


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@ 35:32---EEEw! They made their cut off shorts such short-shorts that the pockets hang out below the leg line. BlaahH!


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Bruce Box-Liker - over 4 years ago

Aside from the radar that can apparently weigh people, my favorite plot hole here is the story of the man who was attacked by the Creature and never woke up. Considering that the guy could never have told anybody anything about what happened to him, Doc's recounting must have amounted to "There was once this guy who died. Maybe the Creature killed him, which would be odd because this would be the only story of the Creature attacking anyone! Isn't it fascinating to ponder the theoretical implications of the possibility of a story about the Creature maybe exhibiting behavior contrary to the other hearsay that our research is based on? Or maybe Ancient Aliens did it."


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~14:30: It's the keyboardist from Fame! (-Mike re a woman who walks in & she DOES look like Bruno in that longshot!)


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Daniel Lopez - over 4 years ago

Lord O'mercy, I gotta tend to mah fires....


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Uh, er...

Some of the nature scenes were, uh... nicer than all those to be found in the average Coleman Francis epic. :/


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Raymond Conklin - over 4 years ago

"Welcome to the Cub Den of Love..."
-I don't think they really thought that through...


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Sean Mackin - over 4 years ago

I think Mike's potatoe would have worked!


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Brian Kirk Barberg - over 4 years ago

Its Bubba Johnson, on steroids! where are the congressional hearings! lol


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LostHighway - over 4 years ago

"Mike... Crow... Flemish glassblower..." :P


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - over 4 years ago

In the scene when the creature has come into their camp, the professor keeps telling everyone to be quiet, but he talks nearly nonstop-- about how they need to be quiet, it's important.


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Zachariah Durr - over 4 years ago

My god, the behind-the-scenes of this movie must've been insane. Whatever actor played Kremshaw brought too much reality to his role.


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Diana Lanni - over 4 years ago

I am a big MST fan, so I was really happy to find this movie - one I hadn't seen and high rated. I don't get it. When is it funny? I watched the first hour and gave up. Does it get funny later?


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Jerome Montgomery II - over 4 years ago

Bigfoot rip off


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RevJoan - over 4 years ago

ok- in Doc's story about the Otis Tucker incident-
How the heck did Doc know the story if Otis never regained conscience again to tell it...
Doc's 'star student' didn't catch that???
"Bad script! Bad! No-No! Sit! Staaaay-


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Fuzzy Skinner - over 4 years ago

They messed up the Temptations reference twice in this episode. Servo says 3rd of December but its actually September. Although I'll admit December seems to flow better.


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MB - over 4 years ago

Funny how BoBo lists Fon du Lac with Tokyo HA


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Smakk Attakk - over 4 years ago

Ah, one of the funniest episodes I think I've ever seen.


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Michael Albright - over 4 years ago

Everybody sing with me! "On the wings of a snow white dove..."


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Big McLargehuge - almost 5 years ago

I love the mama Boggy / baby Boggy banter over the end credits. Cute. Now say baby boggy banter three times fast! Go!


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Stereo Catz - almost 5 years ago

This has got to be the only Sci-fi channel era episode I haven’t seen before. It was good even though it makes fun of my native south a lot. Still I love those guys too mush to be mad at them.

By the way, there are no wolves in Texarkana.


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Stereo Catz - almost 5 years ago

I don't remember there being a dog in this movie, unless you count Jimmy Clem.


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Gal Dagon - almost 5 years ago

A Yo-Yo Ma halftime show would be epic.


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Did anyone ever figure out what Tanya said in that one part?


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Jeffery Arthur Paul - about 5 years ago

I love living in Arkansas and watching this movie. Makes me so uncomfortable about my surroundings. The people, not the boggy creek monster,


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Andy Jones - over 5 years ago

It also looks like it's been shot through a thin film of vaseline.


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Andy Jones - over 5 years ago

The opening sequences in particular of this film is as mellow as Bob Ross tranked up on horse valium.


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David Pietrusza - over 5 years ago

It's funny, but it's not Trace Beaulieau.


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Frankie DeMario - over 5 years ago

Need to work on your cameltoe, son.