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HURF BLURF DUH - 2009-10-26

Anyone who genuinely wades through all 7 parts of this gets the PoETV Cast Iron Eyeballs Award for 2009. Must present doctor/emergency room bill for verification.

Jefka - 2009-10-26

I made it until about 3:00 minute mark when I started to seriously evaluate how I spend my free time on the weekdays.

dementomstie - 2009-10-27

I actually really enjoyed the second part for the most part, but then I've always been a fan of H.R. Puffenstuff and seeing Witchy-poo made me laugh. Yes, I'm easily entertained. I turned it off after Tim Conway died the second time during the trucker skit though.

chumbucket - 2009-10-27

it's amazing and most evil that multipart works for something such as this

Binro the Heretic - 2009-10-26

I watched this when it originally aired. I was six years old.

I knew Lynde from his recurring role on Bewitched, his numerous appearances on The Hollywood Squares and as the voice of Templeton the rat in the Hanna Barbera animated version of Charlotte's Web.

This was also the very first time I ever heard of Kiss.

I was more excited that Witchie-Poo from H.R. Puffinstuff and Pinky Tuscadero from Happy Days were guests.

God damn, I'm old.

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-10-26

No kidding! I'm going to start calling you Grandpa Binro from now on!

Michael Houser - 2009-10-26

Ah, I remember when Pinky Tuscadero was on the front cover of Dynamite Kid's Magazine. So many warped and horrifying pre-awareness-of-actual-sexual-intercourse thoughts!

Jefka - 2009-10-26

Wow. That's old. The moment Binro flops his arthritic body down at his desk to post on POETV he probably pees a little.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-07-10

And I shall call you "son". I was in High school.

Turns out, Paul Lynde may have been gay.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-10-26

"I was faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat."

My god this has musical numbers. I mean I shouldn't be surprised but...wow.

Mr. Bad Example - 2010-03-07

It was the seventies. *Everything* had musical numbers. You couldn't pick up your dry cleaning without it turning into a five-minute salute to disco or some such thing.

cognitivedissonance - 2009-10-26

I hear the Bush Administration threatened to veto when the United Nations put this on the list of arcane torture methods not allowed in prisoner of war camps.

oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2009-10-26

god damn you each minute spent with paul lynde is a minute spent in paradise

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-10-27

This would be incredibly strange for someone completely unfamiliar with American pop culture.

chumbucket - 2009-10-27

I think we can safely say that there existed a "Paul Lynde is popular" era that is most definitely over. But I do recall the world was slightly insane during this brief time.

cognitivedissonance - 2009-10-27

It was concurrent with "Elliot Gould and Barbara Streisand are sex symbols" phase.

Pillager - 2010-10-03

I blame the Cocaine.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-07-10

During the sixties and seventies, Paul Lynde was omnipresent. Every sitcom had a Paul Lynde guest appearance.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-07-10

Actually, I'm pretty sure Paul Lynde played two different characters on two different episodes of "I Dream of Jeannie": a wacky effeminate IRS Agent, and a wacky effeminate astronaut trainer. So, you see, the man had range.

boner - 2009-10-27

Holy shit!

Rape Van Winkle - 2009-12-15

I made it to 1:02. Is he supposed to be schizophrenic? Is that woman his wife?

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