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Desc:Where are we going to find poles and cloth out here?
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:Crap, idiots, 1970s, filmation
Submitted:Binro the Heretic
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This may be the first and only time in cinematic history where someone tried to build a hang glider out of random materials* and it didn't work spectacularly.

*: "We can't find the village's two long poles and heavy cloth anywhere!"
Binro the Heretic
I vaguely remember this show from my early childhood.

The titular Ark II looked like a private jet fucked a bus and the result was an RV.

There was also an "intelligent" chimp that "spoke" in what sounded like fratboy belch-speaking.

It was basically one of those shows that came on after the cartoons and was designed to chase children out of the house to go play outside.
I tried to like it because it was kind of sciency, but it didn't really satisfy. Yes it was better than "Jason of Star Command" (which I guess came a couple years later), but the chimp was annoying. That said, I had a thing for the girl even though girls were still technically "icky" at that age.

Binro the Heretic
And to be fair it was a really ethnically-diverse show.

With a gigantic white guy in charge and no blacks. Not even Kinchloe; I always wonder what happened to him. I like to think that, in the good universe, there's a spinoff series called "Kinchloe's Kommandos", and it was a big hit even in the South.

Binro the Heretic
I meant "diverse" by 1970s standards.

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