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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #45 on: November 09, 2006, 09:01:02 PM »
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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #46 on: November 09, 2006, 09:07:27 PM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!
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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #47 on: November 09, 2006, 11:51:52 PM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 
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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #48 on: November 10, 2006, 04:35:57 AM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa
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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #49 on: November 10, 2006, 11:22:53 AM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa

It's an act, dude.  It's a persona.  He's said if he acted like himself in all those movies and TV shows, it would "freak out all the squares".  The only thing that was close to the real Kermit in the Muppet Show was the segments where he would tamely "flirt" with the female guest stars. 

Animal, on the other hand, is a real romantic.  He's been called the James Bond of Drummers.  He's lived together happily for over 30 years with his wife Miss Mousey. 

And Fozzie's a thrice-devorced coke fiend.  (Though he's reportedly doing well in rehab, according to his fiancee, Prairie Dawn.)
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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #50 on: November 10, 2006, 11:29:59 AM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa

It's an act, dude.  It's a persona.  He's said if he acted like himself in all those movies and TV shows, it would "freak out all the squares".  The only thing that was close to the real Kermit in the Muppet Show was the segments where he would tamely "flirt" with the female guest stars. 

Animal, on the other hand, is a real romantic.  He's been called the James Bond of Drummers.  He's lived together happily for over 30 years with his wife Miss Mousey. 

And Fozzie's a thrice-devorced coke fiend.  (Though he's reportedly doing well in rehab, according to his fiancee, Prairie Dawn.)

I kinda had my suspicions about Animal, he plays the wildman type but when you look into those eyes...
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No DVD shall escape their sight
Let those who tremble in bad movies light,
Beware the power, Rifftrax's might!


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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #51 on: December 12, 2006, 07:25:43 AM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa

It's an act, dude.  It's a persona.  He's said if he acted like himself in all those movies and TV shows, it would "freak out all the squares".  The only thing that was close to the real Kermit in the Muppet Show was the segments where he would tamely "flirt" with the female guest stars. 

Animal, on the other hand, is a real romantic.  He's been called the James Bond of Drummers.  He's lived together happily for over 30 years with his wife Miss Mousey. 

And Fozzie's a thrice-devorced coke fiend.  (Though he's reportedly doing well in rehab, according to his fiancee, Prairie Dawn.)

I kinda had my suspicions about Animal, he plays the wildman type but when you look into those eyes...

It's always the drummers. Tis why women love drummers!
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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #52 on: December 12, 2006, 12:11:05 PM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa

It's an act, dude.  It's a persona.  He's said if he acted like himself in all those movies and TV shows, it would "freak out all the squares".  The only thing that was close to the real Kermit in the Muppet Show was the segments where he would tamely "flirt" with the female guest stars. 

Animal, on the other hand, is a real romantic.  He's been called the James Bond of Drummers.  He's lived together happily for over 30 years with his wife Miss Mousey. 

And Fozzie's a thrice-devorced coke fiend.  (Though he's reportedly doing well in rehab, according to his fiancee, Prairie Dawn.)

I kinda had my suspicions about Animal, he plays the wildman type but when you look into those eyes...

It's always the drummers. Tis why women love drummers!

What are you guys, Mayans?  I wanna put in a brick!

The actual story behind The Muppet Show is far more disturbing than you might think.


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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #53 on: December 12, 2006, 01:50:17 PM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa

It's an act, dude.  It's a persona.  He's said if he acted like himself in all those movies and TV shows, it would "freak out all the squares".  The only thing that was close to the real Kermit in the Muppet Show was the segments where he would tamely "flirt" with the female guest stars. 

Animal, on the other hand, is a real romantic.  He's been called the James Bond of Drummers.  He's lived together happily for over 30 years with his wife Miss Mousey. 

And Fozzie's a thrice-devorced coke fiend.  (Though he's reportedly doing well in rehab, according to his fiancee, Prairie Dawn.)

I kinda had my suspicions about Animal, he plays the wildman type but when you look into those eyes...

It's always the drummers. Tis why women love drummers!

What are you guys, Mayans?  I wanna put in a brick!

The actual story behind The Muppet Show is far more disturbing than you might think.
What about the 'Behind the music' for the Rainbow Connection on RObot Chicken? One of the funniest bits they've ever done. That and the phone call from Vader to the Emporer.
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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #54 on: December 12, 2006, 01:57:05 PM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa

It's an act, dude.  It's a persona.  He's said if he acted like himself in all those movies and TV shows, it would "freak out all the squares".  The only thing that was close to the real Kermit in the Muppet Show was the segments where he would tamely "flirt" with the female guest stars. 

Animal, on the other hand, is a real romantic.  He's been called the James Bond of Drummers.  He's lived together happily for over 30 years with his wife Miss Mousey. 

And Fozzie's a thrice-devorced coke fiend.  (Though he's reportedly doing well in rehab, according to his fiancee, Prairie Dawn.)

I kinda had my suspicions about Animal, he plays the wildman type but when you look into those eyes...

It's always the drummers. Tis why women love drummers!

What are you guys, Mayans?  I wanna put in a brick!

The actual story behind The Muppet Show is far more disturbing than you might think.
What about the 'Behind the music' for the Rainbow Connection on RObot Chicken? One of the funniest bits they've ever done. That and the phone call from Vader to the Emporer.
"What the hell is an Aluminuim Falcon?"
If you want to know my opinion on the matter, here it is:  I like concentric boxes.  And will do anything to extend this great chain of concentric boxes.

Also, A GIANT ANTIMATTER SPACE BUZZARD!!!  Hehehehehehe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  (Couldn't really think of any other way to stick one in there).

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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #55 on: December 12, 2006, 04:27:14 PM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa

It's an act, dude.  It's a persona.  He's said if he acted like himself in all those movies and TV shows, it would "freak out all the squares".  The only thing that was close to the real Kermit in the Muppet Show was the segments where he would tamely "flirt" with the female guest stars. 

Animal, on the other hand, is a real romantic.  He's been called the James Bond of Drummers.  He's lived together happily for over 30 years with his wife Miss Mousey. 

And Fozzie's a thrice-devorced coke fiend.  (Though he's reportedly doing well in rehab, according to his fiancee, Prairie Dawn.)

I kinda had my suspicions about Animal, he plays the wildman type but when you look into those eyes...

It's always the drummers. Tis why women love drummers!

What are you guys, Mayans?  I wanna put in a brick!

The actual story behind The Muppet Show is far more disturbing than you might think.
What about the 'Behind the music' for the Rainbow Connection on RObot Chicken? One of the funniest bits they've ever done. That and the phone call from Vader to the Emporer.
"What the hell is an Aluminuim Falcon?"
If you want to know my opinion on the matter, here it is:  I like concentric boxes.  And will do anything to extend this great chain of concentric boxes.

Also, A GIANT ANTIMATTER SPACE BUZZARD!!!  Hehehehehehe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  (Couldn't really think of any other way to stick one in there).


the irony is that that I just read a 4 page thread in one post...
"What began as the desperate measure of a band of struggling puppets became an international phenomenon." Lol although I've never actually seen the muppet show:(


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Re: Has this happened to anyone else?
« Reply #56 on: December 13, 2006, 06:21:39 AM »
They included it in the collector's edition tin release of the first season of Voltron. Thought that was pretty cool of them.

Still yet to pick that up...

Don't bother. Turns out, it's full of episodes of Voltron. Yikes!

I never would have guessed...

I know how that goes.  I picked up the DVD of Looney Tunes: Back In Action fully expecting it to contain the hypnotic David Lynch film Mulholland Drive.  Was I ever sorely disappointed.

Perhaps I should have said "Don't bother. Turns out it contains some of the most tedious, logic-free animation the '80s had to offer."

How many times do you think we can quote each other in one thread before we cause the server to implode in on itself or something?
Dunno, but the pattern is kinda pretty. Let's quote more,  but try to maintain a thread of conversation so the Mods don't put the kibash on it. :^) Also, I liked Loony Tunes: Back in Action. The key is to watch with no expectations. :^)

No expectations, with your eyes closed, cotton balls in your ears, and preferably full of painkillers.

Space Jam was definitely better, in that Space Jam actually succeeded in making me laugh consistantly.  (And most of the time it was when I was supposed to laugh.)

Space Jam makes me laugh just thinking about it. The Looney Tunes characters abduct Michael Jordan to help win a basketball game against aliens. What's not to love?

Loved Space Jam. Roger Rabbit is the king of Animation/Live Action combos though. :^)

I'd kick Roger Rabbit in the nards if I had the chance.

How does a insane and stupidly retarded rabbit get it on with a busty piece of (cartoon albeit) ass like Jessica?
Space Jam was good for Bill Murray
Yay!  I like concentric boxes!  We tried counting on another board I post on and we got to about 25 pretty concentric boxes.  Yay, boxes!

Dude, Roger Rabbit can get all the tail he can handle any time he wants.  He's that much of a bad@ss.  He and Kermit the Frog go out lady-ing every night.  That's why Kermit never hooked up with Piggy.  He's had every lady in Southern California, and after that, he has nothing left for Piggy. 

Kermit?! But he seems the romantic type, whisking women away for a weekend in Paris or sending them roses to there workplace... he can't be a playa

It's an act, dude.  It's a persona.  He's said if he acted like himself in all those movies and TV shows, it would "freak out all the squares".  The only thing that was close to the real Kermit in the Muppet Show was the segments where he would tamely "flirt" with the female guest stars. 

Animal, on the other hand, is a real romantic.  He's been called the James Bond of Drummers.  He's lived together happily for over 30 years with his wife Miss Mousey. 

And Fozzie's a thrice-devorced coke fiend.  (Though he's reportedly doing well in rehab, according to his fiancee, Prairie Dawn.)

I kinda had my suspicions about Animal, he plays the wildman type but when you look into those eyes...

It's always the drummers. Tis why women love drummers!

What are you guys, Mayans?  I wanna put in a brick!

The actual story behind The Muppet Show is far more disturbing than you might think.
What about the 'Behind the music' for the Rainbow Connection on RObot Chicken? One of the funniest bits they've ever done. That and the phone call from Vader to the Emporer.
"What the hell is an Aluminuim Falcon?"
If you want to know my opinion on the matter, here it is:  I like concentric boxes.  And will do anything to extend this great chain of concentric boxes.

Also, A GIANT ANTIMATTER SPACE BUZZARD!!!  Hehehehehehe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  (Couldn't really think of any other way to stick one in there).


the irony is that that I just read a 4 page thread in one post...
"What began as the desperate measure of a band of struggling puppets became an international phenomenon." Lol although I've never actually seen the muppet show:(

The VH1 Behind The Music: Electric Mayhem sketch on Robot Chicken was both hysterical and made me sad. Those characters are like old friends to me.

Howard Stern: "So, Janice, what it was it like with Tommy Lee?"
Janice: "He gave me hepatitis C. I only have three months to live."
Howard: You gonna show me those tits?"
Janice: "Fuck you, Howard, I'm dying!"

Hilariously harsh.  :'( And just for the hell of it:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/Rfybn-Y1QY4" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/Rfybn-Y1QY4</a>
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