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Category:Classic TV Clips, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:80s, wait for it, what a twist, effort, LA Law
Submitted:Xenocide
Date:04/08/13
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Comment count is 20
Prickly Pete
Someone please replace the scream with that sound Goofy makes when he falls off cliffs before I have to do it myself.
kamlem
The great door war of 2013 has begun.
Koda Maja
The door war never officially ended. The doors only signed an Armistice Agreement.

The Mothership
the doors can wait; the doors have all the time in the world.

Yellow Lantern
They should have done this shot-for-shot to get rid of Dr. Pulaski on Star Trek.
mouser
Thats how she landed on TNG.

SteamPoweredKleenex
In a way, it's worse: Some executive thought that because she'd had a bit part in TOS, the fans would love it if she was on the new show.

The clip show where it's mostly her, Troi, and an unconscious Riker shows just how poorly she (and Sirtis) can "act."

duck&cover
Speaking of "LA Law" alumni and science-fiction, I liked it when the "Stargate" crew fought for alien rights against Benny the Retard

SteamPoweredKleenex
Benny was also the villain in Darkman, wasn't he?

duck&cover
And Dr. Giggles, too.

garcet71283
Pulaski was to Star Trek what Jonas was to Stargate.

Sure they sucked, but they were in the best episodes of the series.

DriverStabby
For Mouser.

exy
I most like the fact that this is MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT #81. This must have been a memorable damned show.
StanleyPain
It was one of those weird late 80s/early 90s shows where it tried to combine serious drama with some really outlandish shit. It wasn't a terrible show, but it was really a product of its time. This was pretty much the jump the shark moment, though.

delicatessen
The perfect crime
Binro the Heretic
I seem to recall a 1990s primetime soap that killed off the villain by having her thrown off a building at the end of the season. The following season focused on figuring out who killed her. In the end, they found security footage of the wind catching her billowy dress like a parachute and lifting her off the roof.

This scene is actually sillier, somehow.
Adham Nu'man
She was just two days from retirement...

Who am I kidding, SHE WAS ALREADY RETIRED. HAW HAW HAW.

LOLZ!!!1
Caminante Nocturno
Hey, they made fun of this on Friends.
Robin Kestrel
The Otis Elevator Company would like you to know that, with proper maintenance, this hardly ever happens. It only happens to like 30 people a year, max, and half of those are elevator repair-persons who really should have been more careful.
Seven Arts/H8 Red
Leland got the goldmine. Rosalind got the shaft.
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