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517 - Beginning of the End



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Hey, when they're driving away from Ludlow at 28:38 there are cars going the other direction! It's supposed to be a restricted area! Continuity, Gordon? They couldn't have found a background film without cars?


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Say what you want, Crow's Peter Graves Goes to The University of Minnesota still has a more consistent and compelling plot than most of the garbage coming out of Hollywood now a days. 😏 Live your dream, little guy!


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I'm surprised they didn't riff about the repeated stock footage for the rear projection screen. The same cars are going by at 12:09, 12:32, 28:31.


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Oh, and damn you spammers, Damn you to hell.


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Things we can no longer say:
Kein Namens - 9 months ago
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"How 'bout a drink to wipe away some memories?"


Kein Namens - 9 months ago
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The cop radios Urbana, but doesn't warn them about the HAL-8999...


Rocket J. Forklift - 10 months ago
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Tom is correct. While grasshoppers and locusts are the same species, there are important differences between the two. Differences Bert I Gordon was eager to gloss over. (And which Tom's Sinbad routine missed.)

Grasshoppers are fairly harmless. Locusts, on the other hand, are literally a plague of biblical proportions. When conditions are right, grasshoppers physically change into locusts. Their mandibles get bigger, their faces develop extra armor, they grow wings, they develop a voracious appetite, and they breed rapidly, producing huge devastating swarms.

Bert wanted to draw on the threat that locusts pose. But he only had grasshoppers to film. So everyone in the movie (including our expert entomologist) uses the words interchangeably. We see harmless grasshoppers walking around, investigating the camera, climbing on a postcard. But Bert tells us that it's a deadly swarm of locusts that could devour the world. And yet, if they were locusts, they wouldn't be quietly sitting in the woods for days after consuming a warehouse full of wheat. They'd have populated a massive swarm that would have consumed everything vaguely edible in the region before moving on to eat the next state over. Bert had to play down that threat because he didn't have the budget for it.

At least he put in a throwaway line about how these "giant locusts" didn't develop wings because they were too big. (Which doesn't make any sense because they bugs are otherwise exactly the same as regular grasshoppers, only scaled up. Of course, insect wings wouldn't work on that scale. But then, neither would their exoskeletons.) Really, though, the reason the locusts don't have wings is that they actually are just grasshoppers.


robbin505.4.u@gmail.com - over 8 years ago
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Soooo, radiation turned some locusts into giant locusts and the Army's answer is to drop the A-bomb on Chicago to stop them? A little radiation is bad but a lot of radiation is the answer.


Tom Hill - 11 months ago
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Something about the way Mary Jo bellows "Mommy's on the phooooone!" in the first host segment just fractures me every time.


Who is that voice in the DC-IL plane scene?
Je M'EnFous - over 2 years ago
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Right at 52:00 up to about 52:15 or so, when Peter Graves & the military brass guy are on the plane from DC to IL the pilot suddenly gets on the intercom-thing & tells him that they can't land at Paxton cuz of giant locusts in the way so he says to land in Chicago...anyway, I can't quite place it at the moment but that voice (we never do see who this pilot is; the plane scene is probably less than a minute). But I know that voice from somewhere: it sounds like maybe an announcer from something familiar from the 50s or 60s. Anyone else recognize that voice?


GaryInMotion - about 1 year ago
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New Cinema Edition of, "Beginning of The End" now showing...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaNbiccO-BE


Snuffy Wuffykiss - over 5 years ago
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Yet another 50's horror/sci-fi film using the magic, super mysterious power of "ATOMIC RADIATION" as its major plot hook.


David - over 7 years ago
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Here's a little continuity error I noticed for those of us interested in aviation.

In this movie the General says that "Warshington" has dispatched a B-52 armed with an A Bomb to wipe out the locusts in Chicago (as if an A Bomb would do less damage than a bunch of big grasshoppers). But when he contacts the plane by radio, the stock footage shows a Convair B-36.

I know it's hard to believe that a high quality production like this could make that kind of glaring error, but there it is.

Remember : Aviate, Navigate & Communicate.


Crimped357 - almost 2 years ago
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"one weekend a month MY ASS!"


RushTempo - over 1 year ago
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@23:59 -- "I'm Peter Graves." LOL


RushTempo - almost 2 years ago
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"Bring grenades... there are some in my staff car." Is that a common thing with military officers???


RushTempo - almost 2 years ago
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"I'll be your pied piper!" Jeez, back it off a tad, Peter.


Jeff Lingenfelter - almost 3 years ago
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Dang it, I really really like this episode. Darn near perfect MST3K fare. Also, I miss Biography.


Tony T. - over 2 years ago
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Does Sirius XM offer the marching band station?


Klaatu - over 3 years ago
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@ about 9:45 the cop reads an address.
Look it up in your city.


Zeitgeist Meister - almost 4 years ago
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Those locusts sound more like tree frogs.


Ueda Yuuji Fan - about 4 years ago
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Was this a copyright claim? This episode is available on ShoutFactoryTV.


Kent Allard - about 4 years ago
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Wait - This isn't a stick-shift... AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!


Veklorr Vigorr - over 4 years ago
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This one was pretty good. Looks like Mike is finding his footing here with the host segments.


Nathan Siruta - over 4 years ago
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I liked this movie!


Mitchell - almost 6 years ago
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Is this post hostile to other Club MST3k Forum members?
Or does it use language that wasn't allowed on the original TV show?


Matthew Boyle - over 5 years ago
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Did cars actually have phones in them like that in the 50's? Must have been an expensive type of car to have a phone in it as well. Also, the woman's contact at the news agency tells her there are no atomic facilities in Ludlow "secret or otherwise", how the hell would he know whether there were secret facilities? It wouldn't be very secret if the news guy could easily access it


Calum Sanderson - about 5 years ago
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This is my favouritest episode of MST3K, I dunno why. It's the perfect blend of the gang and b-movie sillyness and it all works so wonderfully.


Jane Sproul - almost 6 years ago
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I love how losing your speech and hearing also apparently takes your ability to run from the obvious threat.


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Teri Gee - over 5 years ago
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I realize that I'm probably really slow here, but in the Peter Graves at the UofM segment, Tom says, "I'm only doing this because I need the screen time, pin beak."

I just got it! Crow's beak is literally made of a bowling pin! Before I was just thinking that he meant it was narrow, but it's not really. I'm sure everyone else had already realized this, but I liked seeing it.


Stereo Catz - over 7 years ago
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Why is everyone sitting in the front seat?


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NS - over 6 years ago
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Is Audrey Ames bugging you, Peter?
Do you wish she was docile and sweeter?
She's bold and assertive
And so fun to flirt with,
So don't let the grasshoppers eat her!


Mark Goncalves - almost 8 years ago
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The enlarged locust would require a lower temperature of 14 degrees to kill them due to their greater mass so it wouldn't work nuh uh.


Robert Brown - over 7 years ago
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So, I've come to think of this crew as a reliable source of general information, and I am seeking an answer I can't seem to track down anywhere. Do any of you know where Peter Graves went to college?


Bruce Box-Liker - over 7 years ago
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"How do they get so big?"
"Well, radiation causes photosynthesis, that is, the growing process, to continue night and day."

Even if that made sense for making fruit grow bigger, how does that apply to the grasshoppers?


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Even for Bert I. Gordon, this snoozer is soooo foul! (Hey! Let's ignore that Dr. Bland Blond's negligence killed thousands, and let's abandon halfway through any pretense that Reporter Barbie™ is there to do anything other than worship him.) Bleah! The jokes when they capture a giant grasshopper almost make up for the pain, though.


Teri Gee - about 6 years ago
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I was just thinking that this is one of the few movies who use stock footage as a genuine part of the movie. All those shots of locusts that Peter uses when he's giving his presentation in Washington are probably just a series of stock footage films, at least, that's my guess. When the locusts are actually attacking, Bert I. Gordon uses locusts on postcards.

...I guess he'd used up all his stock footage locusts.


Bruce Ellsworth Reed - over 7 years ago
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I gotta question. Tanks, flame throwers, M-1's, massive amounts of troops can't stop them on their march to Chicago, but when they crawl up the buildings in the City, why are they are easily killed be sub-machine guns?


James GreyWolf - over 6 years ago
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Oh my god, I was right. General John Hanson (Morris Ankrum) was also.... dun-dun-duuuuunnnnnnnn... Dr Ralph Flemming from Rocketship X-M... the scientist left behind who has to hear Lloyd Bridges tell him about the death of Dr Karl Eckstrom... an old friend.


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Duncan Hirohito - almost 6 years ago
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Pardon if I seem au contrueau ples-dumount in my pointing out that in France, Moesure Bertram Izzy Gordon is respected for his "frontineauveau" approach to story unravelling. His negation of acting talent and the substitution of crass tableaux for story progression marked him as a talentless hack with a pennant fever of an undetermined origin or aim. And really, you guys have got to give "Cinderfella" another look-see. Jerry Lewis' be-bob down the red carpeted staircase at the ball is a master mime/clown/star performance. Au reavoir


Jerome Montgomery II - almost 8 years ago
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The had car phones back then wow


James Krummel - almost 8 years ago
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The fifteen act play by Crow and Tom Servo's reaction are definitely worth my vote. Love those two very much. Also, seriously love Peter Graves. Star of one of my favorite movies: Them!


Aquabreeze - over 6 years ago
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The Jayne Mansfield joke was over the line, but hilarious at the same time. Then again, Mansfield's daughter (who was in that crash, by the way) is my favorite actress, so I'm biased.


The humanity - almost 7 years ago
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The proto-Pearl intro segment isn't very funny. A sign of things to come once Frank leaves.


Gregory Jon Bradford - over 6 years ago
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Warning: Plot complication- they never confiscated her camera. In fact she is seen getting back into her car with it.


B RYE the MST3K Guy - over 6 years ago
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Boxing Forrester is a hunchback lol


starman 76 - about 8 years ago
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Crow vomits three times during the film's opening credits


David Adams - over 6 years ago
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"HEY FRAAAAAAANK!" Makes me pee myself laughing every single time.


Diane - aka Starbreeze - over 6 years ago
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I've seen the guy from Green Acres at 16:43 in at least 3 different Burt I. Gordon movies. They must've been friends or something.


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So, what other Bert I. Gordon films have they done? The only one that comes to my mind was the astonishingly predictable The Magic Sword


Major goof
Michael Springer - about 7 years ago
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Great continuity when Audrey is stopped at roadblock. She clearly puts her giant camera back in her car, but later claims the troops took it when talking to the general.


Bryson Gerard - over 6 years ago
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I remain unconvinced that Peter Graves went to the University of Minnesota.


Allison Peepington - about 7 years ago
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I love Mary Jo in this. I had the misfortune of having to live in a small town trailer park in Indiana for a couple years in the late 80s, and the MST3K crew nailed the experience of how your neighbors would overshare the details of their personal dramas regardless of your level of interest. I knew so people just like Arnie, Chopper, MJ's character (and the kid, sooo many of those kids...).


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Mary Jo is freakin' hilarious in that beginning sketch. She's kind of a genius. As much as I like Bridget, MJ is really the stand out gal on the show.


happyking - about 7 years ago
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I crack up when Frank punches Dr. Forrester in the butt at the end. Reminds me of this episode of Home Movies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDVG3R2Swe4


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It occurs to me that Peter Graves was a hell of an actor. Anyone who could deliver the lines in this movie, so seriously, without cracking up, is a real talent. For example, 36: 00 thru 38:00.


Keep your eye on the guinea pig - over 7 years ago
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Being from Illinois, what really cracks me up is when Mike says "Guys, this is so NOT Illinois" and "That's one of my favorite mountains in Illinois." Comedy gold!


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"Not available in your country." Time for another shot!


Señor Underpants - over 7 years ago
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It's always so strange when a perfect set-up is lobbed over the plate and the guys not only don't take a swing at it, they sit silently for several seconds. With as musical as they are, I'm surprised they didn't follow the line "Alright, men. Into the woods" with a song snippet from the musical, "Into the Woods." Instead, they just let the whole riff-space go by in silence...


Stephen A Nathe - almost 7 years ago
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Blues Brother shout out: "Yep, this is definitely Lower Wacker Drive..."


Aaron Mathews - over 7 years ago
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Sound is a bit out of sync


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Stephen A Nathe - almost 7 years ago
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a tennis ball, an accordion, and a picture of Don Amechi!


Kelly Slane - almost 8 years ago
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Anyone else want a re-comfy bike?


Crypto Dentist - about 7 years ago
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Rare Tom Servo high-five at 4:18


Alex Stefanic - about 9 years ago
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First episode of MST3K I ever saw. Love at first sight.


Stereo Catz - over 7 years ago
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41:00 The appropriate line would have been “I’m Peter Graves and this is Biology.”


Scooter Atreides - about 7 years ago
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Honestly, compared to standard MST3K fare, and considering the time period and genre--this isn't that bad of a film :)


Bruce Ellsworth Reed - almost 8 years ago
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1. I used to live in Elmhurst and Lombard, and family from Salem/Pana area, so I gotta love this ep. 2. I remember applesauce jars! We used to use them to catch fireflies.


Kimono Dragon - over 8 years ago
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(54:40) Even if Audrey, fighting to be taken seriously in the man's world of 1957, was dumb enough to wear the black dress with her breastacological area popped out... There are giant locusts eating Chicago! Is that REALLY the time to get all Victoria's Secret on Peter Graves?


champton321 - over 7 years ago
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So I've got a question. The grasshoppers were supposedly irradiated by a heavy dose of U238, and grew to enormous proportions (and somehow gained superhuman intelligence and cunning, apparently.) Judging by what happens at the end (don't wanna go spouting spoilers here), wouldn't it cause problems with other animals as well? I mean U238 does have a half-life of about 4.2 billion years (give or take a millennia.) :P

Now that I think about it, there's so many other plot holes in this movie that I could write an entire 10-volume encyclopedia on them. Not to mention the fact that it was so danged painful to watch in the first place. Ugh, this movie hurts the brain! Now I'm in need of YEARS of intense Adlerian Therapy. (10 points to the first person to explain this referrence.)


Sean Barry - about 7 years ago
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Saw this recently on Netflix but it deserves another viewing lol.


Rufus T. Firefly - about 7 years ago
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I can't wait for the sequel about giant snails and ladybugs.


Yusuf Naqvi - over 7 years ago
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I cry with laughter when the grasshoppers attack Chicago. Grasshoppers ride the CTA and visit the Loop, swarm up a postcard of a building, fall to goofy deaths and finally swarm along Lake Michigan and look suspiciously like they were filmed from a downward angle into a shoebox. "Don't linger on that shot!"

Most of this movie is rather tame, but that finale is one of the best moments of MST3K.


K.T. Robot - about 7 years ago
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I fell in love with TBOTE on its debut. I think its because I live in Decatur, about an hour from the hot spot. One of the best things about it is that I was able to "recruit" several MSTies by circulating my tape.


Kevin Ennis - about 8 years ago
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she clearly walks back to the car with the camera, puts it on the seat next to her and drives away, so when did her camera get confiscated?


Jacob Hill - almost 8 years ago
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At one point the movie says that the Illinois National Guard has been called out, and no Blues Brothers reference?!


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Jesus, Audrey's car is a barge. You could rent out space in it...


champton321 - over 7 years ago
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"Whoops, watch it, you're stepping off the building!"

"HAH! Wacker!"


Stereo Catz - over 7 years ago
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1:26:36 When you pause that shot those are clearly cockroaches.


Elisa Farrington - over 7 years ago
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'I can't remember ever seeing a single grasshopper... and then today, nothing but grasshoppers!' - Just before watching this episode for the first time I found a grasshopper in our kitchen. We have lived in this house for 12 years and I can't remember ever seeing a single grasshopper. I think that's weird.


Stereo Catz - over 7 years ago
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22:30 Crow’s expression… killer.


Craig Pinkava - over 7 years ago
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Oh, the third time, How stupid am I-I-I...


Elisa Farrington - over 7 years ago
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So, at 24:40 we are given a clue when Peter tells Audrey that grasshoppers snuck into the lab.... along with caterpillars, beatles and snails. Dealing with the grasshoppers was really the End of the Beginning.


Bruce Ellsworth Reed - almost 8 years ago
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00:19:45 *lol*, "Oh, he's right-handed!" It's becoming a stigma. Oh wait, I have to agree, I am left-handed! About time we rule the planet! *evil laugh*


Mike Carmona - almost 8 years ago
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Tom's impersonation of Frank Nelson at 00:19:26 gets me EVERY SINGLE time!


Robert Ferguson - almost 9 years ago
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Crows' jaw just hanging slack at the 1st break....


Frostyshark - almost 8 years ago
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I love how everyone answers the phones, especially @ 19:20ish


Fredrick Stafford - almost 8 years ago
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Bad script, absurd Bert I. Gordon special effects and direction aside, you have to admit at least Peter Graves showed up and gave it his best. I am sure at the time he thought more memorable roles were ahead; little did he know 23 years later he would forever forge his legacy by asking a young boy if he had ever seen a grown man naked…


Joseph Ewing - almost 8 years ago
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The sound in this episode, or this copy of it, is so inconsistent. I keep having to turn it up because I can barely hear it and then it gets crazy loud.


Rhys Patterson - about 8 years ago
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So this is the prequel to the Exorcist 2 the heretic right? All I remember about either movie is locusts. Love how they cast peters graves as the James earl jones character. Really against type


Kevin Ennis - about 8 years ago
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at around 11 minutes, how'd they miss the joke "car two-fiftyfour where are you!"


Alyssa Who Will Not Be Named - about 8 years ago
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I swear the first 45 seconds of the actual movie is just a big chunk of RADAR SECRET SERVICE...hot slabs of driving!


Super McWonderfull - about 8 years ago
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I love how FRANK didn't take any guff from Dr. Forrester at the end.... Then knocked him out, and instead of hitting the button... he knocks the camera out.... CLASSIC, I love this show, and I am so glad they never sold out and kept it B-Budget, even tho they were an A+ CREW.


Classicats - over 8 years ago
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I'd really like it if somebody would upload just the "call the mads" host sequence. I love this one.


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I salute whoever sent in that postcard with Earl "Fatha" Hines on it. Actually, I sent in a card from the same great collection of postcards. Don't remember which one but it didn't get on the air, alas. :/


Chris Bennett - almost 9 years ago
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Living in Chicago makes this episode even funnier. Sooo many funny references to the City with the Big Shoulders.
"All quiet in the Western Suburbs...We were pinned down in Elgin...Aurora was pretty bad..."