OOH OOH I GOT ONE
IN THE EMPTY SPACE INSIDE OF THE CEMENT STOOP ATTACHED TO MRS. SHEINSWARTZERFURGER'S TINY HOUSE THERE IS A SPECIAL TINY SHOP THAT CATERS TO TINY GREEN DUCKS!
BUT NOT FAR AWAY LITTLE JOEY SMERTZ IS RIDING HIS TRICYCLE! AND HE ALWAYS RIDES ON PEOPLES' LAWNS!
I like this game.
Deep inside every bag of microwave popcorn, there are always a few kernels that never quite get popped. Shunned by society, these unpopped kernels have banded together, and are now responsible for that buzzing noise you hear when you turn on the light in certain bathrooms. Without their tireless efforts, society would surely collapse. For they are...THE CORNOS!
But meanwhile in Austria, the nation's favorite son, Kaiser Wolfgang Von Pianomusic, is busy composing a symphony. It is beautiful!
Binro the Heretic
You know those little crackers shaped like goldfish?
If they escape being eaten, they hide under your kid's bed and build a little city from their lost toys.
I'm not making that up, by the way. It's a real ad campaign.
You just know it's going to be parlayed into a feature-length movie.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Far, far away in an abandoned Russian heavy chemicals factory, a tiny band of deformed midgets decided never to grow up, and became a band of traveling fudge salesmen, with a magic spell cast on them to play the tuba whenever they saw Siegfried and Roy!
Meanwhile, in a Burmese child army camp, a magic talking bucket of piss comes magically to life! Following him are an army of giant mutant locusts with multiple heads all named Chuck! The two magically collide when an interracial ghost family hosts a convention for reincarnated health inspectors and sends them to hunt down
And soon they all find that they have a common enemy in a wisecracking, crossdressing vaudeville actor and a hippy named Hiram Bingham, both of whom are immortal vampires on the lam from the FBI after impersonating Elvis Presley!
So ... is King Max's money in escrow? I'm not sure I understand this.
|Caminante Nocturno |
The shaky-cam and guitar riff that accompanied King Max's castle make me think that his treasure is actually a gigantic pile of drugs, and he just keeps forgetting that he used them all up.
Actually, that's probably a much better plot than whatever the hell this show had.
Kids like Smurfs. Kids like dogs. The rest will write itself.
|Binro the Heretic |
Oh, dear god. I remember this.
The Smurfs were at the height of their popularity and everyone was trying to duplicate their success.
Those were dark days.
|Jet Bin Fever |
Better than that infamous 90s cartoon, The Bizkits.
|Crunchy Frog |
For maximum evil, find the special "preview new CBS cartoons for fall 1983" TV show. Featuring James Best (TV's Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane) throwing out corny gags and acting amazingly excited about every new show.
On the plus side, the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon and Saturday Supercade also premiered on CBS that fall.
Binro the Heretic
The D&D cartoon was actually great. The episodes were written by Mark Evanier and, despite a cookie-cutter premise and a lot of executive meddling, he still made some great episodes and decent characters.
Also, Ralph from "Happy Days" was the voice of the cavalier and Optimus Prime was the voice of the main bad guy.
He is a king whose only subject seems to be his court jester and has to hunt for his own stolen treasure pretty much by himself.
He doesn't really understand what the word "king" means.
It's like an animation studio wanted to do Kurosawa's 'Ran', but put two dudes in charge from a corporate management incubator in Simi Valley who didn't watch the movie, hated Japan, and hated animation in general. After months of revisions, cocaine, and firings over creative differences, we got The Biskitts!
I heart this thread.
thems were some tiny-assed dogs yo
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I have never heard of this, and that is saying something. I have researched some pretty obscure crapola from that era. And why wouldn't the villain have a giant cat?
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