I don't know, I think this is trying just hard enough.
1. Dr. Misterio's voice and physical appearance do not match at all.
2. I didn't notice his goatee until he turned his head in profile.
3. This is exactly the kind of VHS I'd have rented when I was about 7 or 8.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Dr. Misterio barely shows up after this in his own video.
The video is more about his almanac of fun than it is about him. It's full of cool craft ideas.
You don't introduce someone like Dr. Misterio and then do nothing with him.
At 1:22, they clearly began filming before Dr. Misterio was ready.
|blue vein steel |
is this Canadian?
Correction, IT FIGURES was made in Alberta (what was their version of TVO called? "Access" if I remember correctly.), but it certainly was shown on TV Ontario on weekday afternoons during the school year.
Never mind, the IT FIGURES from Alberta was an exercise show. I must have been conflating that title with some other math-based educational show that was either made by or shown on TVO that might have had a pun on "Figures"
in the title (and no, I'm not thinking of Math Patrol, I'm thinking of something aimed more at older children, like maybe intended for math classes around grade 5 or 6).
Why does he laugh so evilly after saying enjoy
Is this video an ironic Dr. Misterio prank?
YES, IT IS I, DR. MISTERIO. GAZE UPON MY STOCK FOOTAGE, ACQUIRED AT MINIMAL COST. WE BELIEVE IN FRUGALITY HERE IN THE DARK REPURPOSED GARAGE OF MYSTERY.
|Kid Fenris |
The opening of Dr. Misterio's theme song made me expect Bonnie Tyler to start singing.
I fell asleep last night with the lyrics to this in my head and I dreamt of Dr. Misterio. He could fly.
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