|Caminante Nocturno |
I had so much contempt for this show, it's not even funny.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I'm asking people to vote based on evil quotient here.
The really upsetting part about this show is that not only wasn't it funny, it also wasn't historically accurate. So it was unfunny and anti-educational. Really, what was the goddamn point?
And ROUS, you posted the goddamn theme song. We're supposed to rate a five because that reminds us of how much it sucked?
Rodents of Unusual Size
Well, originally I wanted to post the episode where they had Roosevelt and Churchill as superheroes and Hitler in the form of a devil, but I couldn't find it.
OK, based on amount of evil in this show it gets 5 stars, but I want to say that there occasionally was SOMETHING going on with the show. I don't know why I actually watched this, it was terrible but I did, AND I noticed two things that stick with me to this day.
1: There was an episode about famous poets and there were three evil poets: Edgar Allen Poe, The guy who invented Haiku and Sappho. Poe kept putting monsters in the poems, the Haiku guy was cutting books in half with a samurai sword to make them shorter and Sappho was saying how much she hates men. And so the show made me laugh because... it's Sappho the famous lesbian poet and what do they do, the have her run around saying "I hate men!". OK, so that was more horrible when I started writing it out, so that gains an extra star?
2. There was a Boston Tea Party routine that was The Cheese Shop sketch from Python. Not similar, it WAS the Cheese Shop sketch, a guy(who sounded like and might have been John Cleese) would ask for a type of tea and a guy (who sounded like and could have been Eric Idle) said "No, we don't have any of that". It amazed me, I'm still amazed to this day. I don't see how that is supposed to edutational. It doesn't teach you anything and the Cheese Shop sketch is SO DRY, little kids wouldn't laugh at it.
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