|Walker - 2012-10-09 |
For some reason the "mop and glo, dude" line is the only thing I remember about any episode of this show from my childhood. Thanks, YouTube!
|Hooker - 2012-10-09 |
Remarkably inclusive out-of-tough-white-writers-idea-of-a-biker-gang gang, unless they were just usian the asians as ringers for their bar fights.
yeah who has ever heard of a white biker gang
I meant touch instead of tough, but I'm think you misread my comment regardless of that.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-10-09 |
A highly plausible scenario.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-10-10 |
Damn those bikers and their insatiable need to imprison women and beat up their idiot valley cousins!
|The Townleybomb - 2012-10-10 |
This is exactly why I didn't own a working television betwen like 1990 and 2002.
|gmol - 2012-10-10 |
This guy was the star in some Van Dam franchise sequel like "Blood Sport 3" or "Kickboxer 9"...I remember the cognitive dissonance of seeing him in it.
I'm sure not being able to act also helped on that front.
Dude beat up his wife because she was a druggie beating up his kids. GOOGLE mofo. Also this video isn't evil.
That's what else I remember him from - also I've actually watched both Class of 1999 and Class of 1999 II. Both set in the "near future" and featuring out-of-control combat robots disguised as teachers secretly being fielded in inner city hellhole schools as a "test". I think. Stacy Keach and Pam Grier were in the first one, I think. It's all so hazy now.
|Mister Yuck - 2012-10-10 |
God damn it. Now I remember watching this show. Thanks a lot, asshole.
|Bort - 2012-10-10 |
Patrick Duffy cannot be killed; he just respawns in the shower.
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