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Fredrick Stafford
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Gregg Hammerquist - over 2 years ago

Conservative, huh? We'll get along.


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Fredrick Stafford - over 3 years ago

"Anger and intolerance are the twin enemies of correct understanding." - Mahatma Gandhi


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Fredrick Stafford - over 3 years ago

Ever live rent free inside someone’s head? They become unhinged and lapse into bizarre fits of egotistical judgmental passive-aggressive rage; sad really. Well, it’s kinda funny too. =)


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Fredrick Stafford - over 3 years ago

"Think you can take me? Well, go ahead on. It's your move." - Deputy Sheriff Thomas Jefferson Geronimo III, 1008 - Final Justice


Favorite Episodes

  1. Mitchell
    489
  2. The Final Sacrifice
    640
  3. Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues
    287
  4. Overdrawn at the Memory Bank
    352
  5. Master Ninja I
    213
  6. Master Ninja II
    134
  7. The Wild World of Batwoman
    182
  8. Werewolf
    451
  9. Agent for H.A.R.M.
    214

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809 - I Was a Teenage Werewolf - almost 4 years ago

Disrespectful, sociopath, milk throwing bully gets some harmful injections and is then cut down in a hail of gunfire…yeah, ok, I’m good with that.


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421 - Monster A-Go Go - almost 4 years ago

I get the feeling the director went out for a “liquid lunch” everyday and sent back a slightly less drunk hobo to finish up for him.


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909 - Gorgo - over 3 years ago

“Gorgo?! Oh blast! Alright, back in the coach lads.” And with that the disappointed London chapter of the Torgo Fan Club waiting in line at Dorkin’s Circus; sadly removed their knee humps and meticulously sweat stained hats, lowered their crooked staffs, and retired to a local pub for a bitter night of sulking.


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So I decided to try some of that smooth “Deathstalker” game at my local pub. I came in with fake English accent which I quickly dropped; told my attractive server girl I DID NOT kill her twin sister, constantly referred to myself as a HERO, ordered a baked potato, potato skins, French fries, tater tots, and a baked potato, challenged a balding guy to several lame sword fights, and NOTHING; no hot virgin fell in love with me, no BDSM play with a sexy nympho, no one wanted to join me in a vague revolution, although when I left I distinctly heard cheering behind me. Oh well, guess I will just go back to my old “Mitchell” moves.


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208 - Lost Continent - over 3 years ago

FOUND! The “lost” last five minutes of Lost Continent…

The survivors finally make it back to civilization and find out the rocket was already obsolete before they even left. The search party was just an elaborate ruse to get rid of Major Joe Nolan (Cesar Romero) for a few weeks so the commanding General could nail the base hussy, Marla. That night Major Nolan confronts the General at the Officers Club, his face contorted in rage. “Now just take it easy, Joe,” the General says, “I can explain.” Major Nolan draws back his fist. The General cowers, “I swear, Joe, I didn’t know about all the rocks.” Major Nolan is ready to strike, ablaze in anger, then pulls his punch, laughs heartily, holds out his hand for the General to shake, says, “You sly old so and so…you really got me good this time, General, I have to give you that!” (laugher) “Hope you were careful, General, and if not name it after me!” (wild laughter) “Now buy me a beer!"

THE END.


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109 - Project Moonbase - over 3 years ago

Of course they had to get married right before the ending credits. It was 1953 and they had to keep it respectable. The audience knew those two were going to knock space boots all the way back earth!


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503 - Swamp Diamonds - almost 4 years ago

Ever stop to think that most of us are the eventual result of “What to do on a Date?”


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311 - It Conquered the World - almost 4 years ago

For laughs go to a meeting of your local city council and give the “Graves speech” word for word during the open public comments portion.


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801 - Revenge of the Creature - almost 4 years ago

Ha, oldest trick in the book! Sit back and wait for a leftover prehistoric beast to unceremoniously slaughter your romantic rival and then use the ol’, “We can take a leisurely cruise up the river and have dinner in Jacksonville” line to close the deal. If I only had an “Ocean Harbor Buck” for every time I pulled that scam!


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817 - Horror of Party Beach - almost 4 years ago

Didn’t you find it just a bit SUSPICIOUS that: this movie was shot in 1963 and released in 1964; while the DRUNK guy in the dark suit also played an FBI agent in the movie JFK which was released in 1991 and set in 1966 about the events of 1963?! Yet, the prices on the gas pump when the New York girls tanked up appeared to be: .26 cents a gallon for regular but .36 cents a gallon for HIGH TEST!

I think you know where I am going with this….

Conveniently, Hank sports a tennis sweater in the last act of the movie; however, no tennis racket or any other associated ACCOUTREMENT of the game is ever visible! And finally, the periodic table symbol for SODIUM is NA! All just a simple coincidence? Ha, hardly!


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Turkey Days 1991-1995 - almost 4 years ago

This makes me weep for the sunny slopes of long ago; the go-go 90’s; a roaring economy, a President who was only slightly socialist (as opposed to full blown Marxist), sub $2.00 a gallon gas, a wonderful new thing called the World Wide Web to explore, and MST3K in current and weekly production!


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814 - Riding with Death - almost 4 years ago

You know I completely understood voyeuristic Abby’s advice to Sam during the big race to, "give it the old college try," as Harvard has a long tradition of producing the nation’s finest stock car drivers. Hence, its reputation as "NASCAR U."


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