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Lisa Matriccino - 16 days ago
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Hey! Robert Denby, JC, and the reporter/dad from San Francisco International - all in one film?! Trifecta!


Lainie Wiley Coyote
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The TV Robert Altman wannabees thought they'd make some trenchant statement about feminism by casting a 3rd-rate Lindsay Wagner as their reporter/hit woman/conveniently inept femmy fatally. Let's take a moment to appreciate this, along with her awful hairdos and dopey name, which sounds like it was painstakingly crafted by throwing those DIY poetry magnets at the breakroom fridge. Like rolling in the hay with a guy who sounds like one of Homer Simpson's sisters-in-law isn't infinitely scarier than risking a fall to one's death.


HypnoHelioStaticStasis - about 3 years ago
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Bram Stoker's Dracula had more football than this film.


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The National Anthem, played at the beginning of a football game, and Joel sits down in the middle of it (and makes the bots sit down, too). Oh boy. Here we go.


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Aww, man. Joel doesn't recognize Voltron. That's the saddest thing in this whole episode.


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Holy crap, naughty riff at 20:15! Am I hearing this right?!
Crow: "Do you have any of those little cocktail weenies?"
Servo: "Joel does."


Robert Brown - almost 5 years ago
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Not only do we have a football movie without a single frame of football game in it, we have to watch Donna Mills seduce David Jansen. I didn't ask to see that, didn't want to see that, and wish I hadn't seen that.

This is a good episode, but a tough one to watch.


Hawthorne Rollings - about 3 years ago
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This is one of the unwatchable ones. I still can't re thur the whole thing.


Throw this movie in the whirlpool
big_Greg - about 1 year ago
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Who's Brian Funk? (Additional writer credit).

"Laney" + cheesy hair style = Farrah Fawcett Minor.


NS - almost 6 years ago
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I thought I was ready. After I survived apes and ants, dinosaurs, mutants, androids, airplanes and turtles, I thought I could handle anything. No one told me there would be football!


The Good, the Bad, and the Talented
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This one 'featured' a young M. Emmet Walsh (who would appear older and about 50lbs heavier in such classics as "Blade Runner" and "Blood Simple"), TV's long-running Tom Selleck, and even old friend Michael Petaki (J.C. from the grimly hilarious experiment "The Sidehackers", and that TOS ep. where he picks a fight with Mr. Scott).
I hope we all sleep better at night knowing that Harry-O/O'Hare, United States Treasury is keeping the NFL ("for entertainment purposes only") safe for 'legitimate' oddsmakers and their customers. Go Cougars!!!


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I didn't think it was possible for a movie filled with intrigue, sex, parties, and murder to be so utterly, insipidly dull. The guys make a good go of it, and there are some good riffs, but, in the end, even Joel has to admit defeat. "I can't say anything funny about this. I'm at a loss." I'm betting that's the only time in the series that happened. (I've seen every episode except the second half of season 0.) Servo has to pick a fight with Crow just to get things going again.


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About 40 minutes in, they start talking about 3D and Elvis. Somehow, I missed the hype at the time, but apparently the 1989 Superbowl halftime show was rather unique.
http://popdust.com/2011/02/04/the-true-story-of-the-weirdest-super-bowl-halftime-show-ever/


Rick Halm - over 2 years ago
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This one is awesome simply because it has Bubba Smith of Michigan State, and, Donna Mills of Knots Landing. Two worlds collide.


Skorchh - over 2 years ago
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Only one of these has the actual full episode.


Jaguar Wong Abides - over 4 years ago
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Hey! It's the White Shadow.


Jeffrey Adam Grewe - over 4 years ago
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I really loved the animosity between Servo and Crow this one..." put your head between your knees and do a backflip.... or something....i dont know"


Ray Garraty - almost 5 years ago
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Ken Howard of 'The White Shadow' fame has been in some decent films such as 'Michael Clayton.' This isn't one of them.


Fredrick Stafford - almost 5 years ago
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I am football obsessed. In the off season I have been known to watch anything even remotely connected to the game to get me through. Then I saw this. I can honestly say I would have preferred to spend the 90 minutes listening to Joe Theismann discuss his prostate issues.


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Y'know, I'd still rather watch this again than sit through another bunch of overblown Super Bowl ads.


Brian Kijowski - almost 6 years ago
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The Warren Beatty film Crow refers to during the scaffold chase is "The Parallax View." Too bad there weren't any railing deaths in this movie.