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|Old Spice Muscle Music|
So, when does Terry Crews attempt to turn the Pentagon into a circle?
|Pee Wee's Hand Club|
Pee Wee's Hand Club, then the Original Flasher Drill Team.
|Tom Snyder interviews KISS, Halloween 1979|
I didn't think Tom Snyder was stupid, just (somehow) awkward and obnoxious at the same time. Even when Snyder genuinely enjoyed himself, he still did that robotic laugh, and still came across as out-of-step with his interview subjects.
Also, Tom Snyder has pipe KISS can work on.
|Trailer for the new Star Wars animated series|
Star Wars Hero Squad
|Frank Zappa's PSAs for the ADA|
9. Gene Rayburn/"Match Game Question"
|Jay Leno's joke about Casey Anthony bombs.|
Since it's Jay Leno, he'll use that Casey Anthony reference for ten more years.
I'm surprised he didn't break out a Gary Condit joke, while he was at it.
|Pat Robertson: Adopted Kids Suck, Bro|
What "Pat Robertson" doesn't tell you is HOW that Colombian boy's brain was damaged. You see, "Robertson" is the wizard Shazam in disguise, and that boy was deemed unfit to be his champion.
|Family Matters: Steevil and Carlsbad|
Family Matters was dead for a few years, before CBS bought new seasons of this and Step by Step for $40 million:
The previous season, CBS bought JAG from NBC. If Family Matters did well on CBS, as JAG did, I'm sure those puppets would have ten seasons of their own sitcom by now.
|1982 World's Fair Commercial|
Hey, who has better vacation ideas than AAA? According to the publisher of their guidebooks, no one.
|The Lost Ones: TRAILER |
I think people are now amused by Penders' wanting to assume ownership on characters and concepts he created for the Sonic comics. He figures Sega, EA and BioWare stole concepts from his Knuckles the Echidna run, for Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood. There's also the issue of royalties from reprints and collections.
While I get why he wants money from works he wrote, big deal. He did work-for-hire. At a certain point, he has to realize his Knuckles knockoffs and Star Wars/Star Trek injokes don't have a long shelf life, much less this film version of a one-shot comic he did for Image in 2000.
|Batman vs. Luthor|
Luthor obsesses over/fights a near-godlike alien. Humans with human powers are rote to Luthor.
|JLU - Epilogue|
I wouldn't call Batman Beyond unloved. Considering the impetus for the series was to have Batman in high school, the end result was better than it should have been.
Now, if Bruce Timm and company wanted a challenge, they could have wrapped up something like The New Adventures of Batman, or shoved Road Rovers into JLU canon.
|Mr.Freeze's monologue to his semi-dead wife on their anniversary (BTAS)|
B:TAS had quite a few villains who didn't amount to much in the comics - Man-Bat, Clayface, Mr. Zero/Freeze - but worked within the confines of that show. Hell, the show even made Clock King work.
Both B:TAS and Batman: The Brave and the Bold have decent continuities. I don't know why DC's "real" continuity doesn't take more cues from those shows. For fuck's sake, there have been eight Clayfaces, and they can't match the B:TAS version.
|The Original Max Talking Headroom Show - Intro|
Actually, the UK talk show came before the New Coke commercials.
I also have to respect Max Headroom for shilling New Coke. The commercials made Max Headroom more popular than New Coke, but at least New Coke managed to launch something other than its own obsolescence.
|Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal (Complete)|
To be fair, he was a weirdo, but big deal. He managed to hide his intentions from the producers, and exposed the game's obvious flaw. More people would have found out eventually.
You don't even need the patterns to win at Press Your Luck. It's more of a timing issue than anything. Randomization just makes it harder to hit the cash-and-a-spin-in-perpetuity spaces.
If anything, Michael Larson bought the game show a couple of years on air. Savage Steve Holland/Bill Kopp animations only went so far.
|Baby Anti-Monkey Butt|
A product so good, the company spent five minutes filming a baby in a high chair, then "fixed" the mistakes in post.
|Ctrl+Alt+Del The annotated series|
The sheep/human switch.
|superior angle of the San Diego fireworks 'blunder'|
"Who wants to see one firework at a time? You're going to get them all at once, and like it!"
|HANK AND ROBBY PRESENT: BRONYCON 2012: 'HOOFWERKIN'' |
And, of course, we zoom in and out on the black guy wearing a Dolph Ziggler T-shirt.
|Frank Sinatra & Dinah Shore : From ' Dinah's Place TV Show ' Sept. 09th, 1970 - Excerpt P. 1 |
Dinah's Place was a 1970-74 NBC daytime series. This may have been a first-week episode:
The main problem with a seventies-era talk/variety show channel is wiping - Dinah!, being a syndicated show, might be easier to find, but networks tended to tape over shows to save money. I understand why networks did this, at the time - recording machines and broadcast-quality videotapes were expensive.
The networks also felt daytime/late-night programming was not worth archiving. Even if a complete run of Dinah's Place exists, the rights owners might not think there's enough of a market for it, and/or that it's not worth dealing with various union issues that might arise. It sucks, but those are the realities of commercial television.