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Desc:The Ricker meets a blind date on the computer! Grokking ensues.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Science & Technology
Tags:computer, sitcom, silver spoons, grok, strangers in a strange land
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Comment count is 11
Billy Buttsex - 2007-10-12
What kind of world am I living in, in which a poe subscriber can't even hear the whole truth about a grokker's ears?
GoodAaron - 2007-10-12
I tried to upload the rest of the episode with the multi-part submissions button, but something went screwy with PoeTV and I kept getting some kind of strange "Author #Error" message.

You can watch the rest of the episode in Part 2 & 3 in the "related videos" that pop up at the end.

Hugo Gorilla - 2007-10-12
Three stars for Erin Gray and one more for pre-Meow War flaming.
Xiphias - 2007-10-12
I have never seen this show before. The jokes hurt me.
sosage - 2007-10-12
These stars are for nostalgia only. Painfully cruel nostalgia. Waking up the next morning and finding her ugly ass laying in your bed style Nostalgia.

Also: Tempest and a fucking race car bed!
joyofdiscord - 2007-10-12
Ah, days of innocence when a kid could be praised for trying to setup a real-life meeting with an online stranger.

The liberal use of that kiddie laugh track is supremely annoying, too. What pre-teens are going to laugh at a Stalin joke?

Also, am I reading too much into things, or is that a morning-wood joke from the dad at the start of part 2? ("In the morning you may be surprised how small your ears get.")

Attention, CONTINUITY ERROR! Her ears aren't visible in the photo, yet in part 2, Ricker says "have you ever seen such a great set of ears"

This whole video is proof that the sitcom is mankind's lowest form of entertainment.
baleen - 2007-10-12

good job. i understand this better.

Dumb Lamer - 2007-10-12
What's up with the laugh track? It's used when they aren't making jokes. It makes as much sense as the one in David Lynch's Rabbits.

Maybe I should just play hangman with a real moose.
K Clobber - 2007-10-15
Yeah, the hangman moose thing had me a bit stymied. What does that mean? I mean, seriously, what the fuck could be the significance of that line in any culture?

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-10-13
I vaguely remember hating this show. Ricky Shroeder has always been a douchebag. There's something about it that was just too squeaky clean fake, it and Punky Brewster were just sugary messes of 80's fluff.
Old_Zircon - 2009-09-14
5 because this is the only episode I distinctly remember seeing when it first aired.
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