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Fredrick Stafford
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Gregg Hammerquist - about 7 years ago
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Conservative, huh? We'll get along.


Fredrick Stafford - over 7 years ago
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"Anger and intolerance are the twin enemies of correct understanding." - Mahatma Gandhi


Fredrick Stafford - over 7 years ago
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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. =)


Fredrick Stafford - over 7 years ago
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"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
    612
  2. The Final Sacrifice
    787
  3. Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues
    355
  4. Overdrawn at the Memory Bank
    450
  5. Master Ninja I
    273
  6. Master Ninja II
    167
  7. The Wild World of Batwoman
    241
  8. Werewolf
    567
  9. Agent for H.A.R.M.
    288

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804 - The Deadly Mantis - almost 8 years ago
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Man, tough week for Dr. Ned Jackson! There he was cruising along all fat and sassy as chief paleontologist in D.C. and seemingly just about to close the deal with sexy magazine chick Marge, when a deadly Mantis shows up followed by a smooth talking Air Force Colonel. Next thing you know he’s just a tag along third wheel asked to hold the camera! Damn bugs!


705 - Escape 2000 - about 8 years ago
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Hmm…ok I think I understand. There was no actual plot just a little plot-lette for us to fill out. Got it.

So the hero was the Valerie Bertinelli dude…I mean the crusading vampiress reporter…or um the mercenary guy with the pyromaniac “son” who looks nothing like him…

Our villain was the president of the…no it was fallen on hard times actor Henry Silva…actually the backstabbing assistant who wanted…

The laughing Italian guy in the sewer served our story to…um…yeah…

And the main theme was staying in the Bronx…rather…leaving the Bronx…rebuilding the Bronx as a futuristic…uh…for um the purpose of…

I have to go lie down.


617 - The Sword and the Dragon - about 8 years ago
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Serious Comment: Nearly 20 years later, every political issue mentioned in the
Supercalifragilisticexpealiwacky sketch is still current and totally unresolved!

Non-Serious Comment: So IHOP waiter Ilja pulls a sword on Crow for asking for a ham substitution, big deal! Just try asking a surly nicotine jonesing Denny’s server at 3am for an extra pack of grape jelly!


614 - San Francisco International - about 8 years ago
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Now if only Torgo could show up and throw a wet blanket on Dane Cook as well!


905 - The Deadly Bees - about 8 years ago
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This movie held the distinction of being the most nauseating annoying useless waste of time ever produced by the United Kingdom until Russell Brand…


912 - The Screaming Skull - about 8 years ago
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Mickey, Torgo, and Piers Morgan…...would the least repulsive among you please step forward.

NOT...so fast Piers!


911 - Devil Fish - almost 8 years ago
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Alright, I laughed off all your Hercules movies and took the high road and just overlooked Escape 2000. Colossus and the Headhunters was a sucker punch that can never be forgiven, and I did call for sanctions after Danger! Death Ray, but this one tears it Italy! How much more do you expect us to take?! I say it is time to expel the Italian Ambassador, recall ours from Rome, and immediately sever all diplomatic relations. As part of reparations we will keep the lovely Chef Giada De Laurentiis, give back to you all things Chef Boyardee, and be willing to call it even. Just no more movies!


305 - Stranded in Space - over 8 years ago
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Understandably this series pilot was not picked up in 1973, yet Buddy Ebsens’s unwatchable Barnaby Jones was? Eight seasons of basically an older version of Glenn Corbett (who by the way appeared in two episodes of Barnaby Jones) sleepwalking through tepid plots; nice job ’73 season!


507 - I Accuse My Parents - about 8 years ago
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Hey, how did this one come out? I was at Jack Taylor’s place down at the beach for the weekend.


602 - Invasion USA - about 8 years ago
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Ha! You wish, but just keep dreamin’ Lenin….we’re still here and only moderately Marxist at this point.


208 - Lost Continent - almost 8 years ago
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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.


803 - The Mole People - about 8 years ago
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Hmm…still no mention here of the Robert Smith cameo as Pearl’s “well oiled hunk” Howard. I am beginning to think my idea of starting a retro-MST3K fan club to meet at my favorite sports bar might not be well received…


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