I miss this show so much.
Now, now, Mike wasn't bad. Joel was better in the bumper segments (and I missed his Gizmonic inventions after he left), but Mike was snappier in the theater (he had been a writer on the show all along, after all).
Joel should never have left; this was the high point of his career.
And by the way, if anyone in Hollywood is reading this, I want you to go look at the director's commentary track on the "Ghostbusters" DvD. See that? See how the theater seats came up and three guys who worked on the film came on in silhouette to riff on their own film?
WE. NEED. THIS. FOR. EVERY. MOVIE.
Get Joel. Or Mike. Or both. Let them make fun of your movies as you release them. Let them do bumper segments. I will buy them all. You'll at least double the sales of your completely shitty titles overnight, and the SyFy channel will air them at midnight on the weekends, bringing in more revenue. You can't lose, you'd be idiots not to do it, and God will grant you passage to heaven if you do this for us, no matter how many starlets you bed or how much blow you inhale.
Exactly the questions I have always had about this song. It's supposed to be a lighthearted tune with a happy ending, but all I can think is these are two horrible horrible people.
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What episode from this is now then huh?
That episode also has Johnny Longtorso, one of the most realistically evil things Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank every invented.
Its a good song
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To answer Crow's question, cannibalism was popular during the early-to-mid 19th century.
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