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Desc:The crossover we all knew was coming (in 1989).
Category:Classic TV Clips, Horror
Tags:Friday the 13th, arsenio hall, jason voorhees, funny?
Submitted:OxygenThief
Date:10/29/07
Views:2246
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Hugo Gorilla
The funny part is that Jason had more name recognition than the actors to plug a low-budget slasher movie in a five minute segment.

Four stars for Super Zombie Jason.
Hooker
Man, Arsenio Hall sucked.
x
And how.

Pandatronic
If Valve ever goes about making a "Meet the Pyro" video, I imagine it'll be a lot like this.
Jeff Fries
You mean the flame-wipes?

fluffy
The funniest Arsenio's ever been.
Rabid Vegan
Good god.
Caminante Nocturno
I want the music they play when he enters to play everywhere I go. Just for one day.
sosage
When POETV first started, I wanted to find and post this vid so bad. Yet I couldn't find it anywhere. Now that I've seen it after God knows how many years...I'm kinda glad I didn't wind up being the one to post it. This was the beginning of Arsenio's downward slide.
Jeff Fries
He's silently judging him.
Testicles of Doom
+5 for the horror rendition of "New York, New York"
-1 for Jason's lack of sliminess
-1 for Arsenio Hall (it should minus infinity)
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Also, I failed at math.

Hooper_X
Pretty good, although everyone knows that Michael Myers is the real quality interview.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Arsenio generally sucked, but this made my day.
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