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HypnoHelioStaticStasis - over 2 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 - over 4 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 - over 2 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 - 7 months ago
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Who's Brian Funk? (Additional writer credit).

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


NS - over 5 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!


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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 - almost 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.


Wyatt Mars - almost 2 years ago
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Only one of these has the actual full episode.


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


Jeffrey Adam Grewe - almost 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 - over 4 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 - over 4 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 - over 5 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.