Best of the Worst: Suburban Sasquatch

November 10, 2017189 Comments

The group dissects one of their absolute favorite terrible movies, Suburban Sasquatch! The terrifying story of a guy in a shitty gorilla costume ripping rubber arms off terrible actors!

Filed in: Best of the Worst

  • Joe Syxpac

    This looks terrible.

    Thank you!

  • Andrew Carter

    Watching clips of this movie gives me Gorilla Interrupted flashbacks

  • Mr_Show

    Yay!

  • Ret Marut

    I was bored enough to hijack a plane, but now I have something to occupy my time. Thanks RLM.

  • Ret Marut

    I like my hot dogs plain too! Anyone…?

  • Truly ambitious film-making. Is this a prequel to Gorilla Interrupted?

  • Galactic Shawn

    Jesus Christ this movie set the bar high

  • TheRealBadHatHarry

    You laugh now, but someday the works of David Miscarriage will be studied and marveled about.

  • What if Suburban Sasquatch and Gorilla Interrupted took place in the same universe?

  • Andrew Carter

    And written and directed by the guy who did “Tales From Genesis Space”. That might be where Wascavage got the idea to put up garbage bags on the wall and pretend it’s a cave.

  • Casey D. Mann

    My brother-in-law is a sasquatch aficionado. This movie is only one of many (including Little Bigfoot) titles in his amazing catalogue of movies about bigfoot (or the yeti). This is a highlight, but there is more out there for you guys to discover!

  • Bleurgh

    What is the bigfoot movie with the drunken amoral corrupt cop who goes around starting barfights? We watched it in the Manhole one night. It had a crazy Richard Attenborough cameo where he plays a guy who is JUST FUCKING CRAZY about bird-watching. Probably the best bad bigfoot movie I’ve ever seen.

  • Bleurgh

    Can we please have a BOTW or WOTW with nothing but bad Bigfoot movies? I’m sure there’s more than enough.

  • Mark Bisone

    Now that Kevin Spacecop has been flushed down the memory hole, I think “Best of the Worst” has a real shot at winning a Goolden Gloob.

  • Kiets

    Excuse me but, if I may interject here, I must disagree with Rich and Jack about the symbolism of the scene where sasquatch rips the poodle in half. See, the poodle, as a domesticated animal, represents the ultimate betrayal of nature against itself. The poodle has made a choice to live with man in the suburbs and is therefore complicit with man’s misdeeds and thus must be destroyed.

  • Gallen Dugall

    Still it’s a better movie than Hipster Sasquatch.

  • EJ

    My first thought when the director said his name was “David Miscavige? The Scientology guy made a movie??”

  • EJ

    That dog looked exactly like my dog. I still laughed.

  • EJ

    I guess if you’re gonna eat them in the car, it makes sense.

  • Spoiled Ants

    Me at 11:38 when they show a clip of The Recovered:
    “How did they get fat Zack Braff to play in their movie?”

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Wait, this isn’t a biopic about Jack before he joined Reverse Hair Club for Men?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    An endless supply of pizza rolls.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The one with DB Cooper and the four shirtless dudes?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    On that note, I think Slavoj Zizek should do the commentary track on Suburban Sasquatch.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    To Catch a Yeti is also a sublime piece of cinema.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    THE BAR: I’m so high right now, man.

  • Moist

    Nah, he’s a movie of the week, a t-shirt at best.

  • Moist

    What about the chili cheese dog conundrum? Like, you can never make them as good at home as you can get at a roadside shithole, but there’s an unendurable burden of shame associated with eating such a thing in public. And if you get one to go, once you’ve dragged it back into the depths of your cave the chili has shitted up the bun so completely that you might as well be eating Seth Rogan’s gym shorts.

  • Bob

    Who would win in Bigfoot vs. R.O.T.O.R.?

  • TheRealBadHatHarry

    That was Sassy Sasquatch.

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    Mike’s name is Stoklasa.
    I think that’s Czech.
    That’s why he looks so burly and exotic…

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    Yes but… did your dog laugh as well?

  • EJ

    I dunno, chili cheese dogs (and chili cheese fries) are one of those things that sound better in theory than they actually are. I usually regret ordering one about 2 bites in.

  • EJ

    Though, if you don’t think becoming domesticated is a natural evolutionary pathway, compare the number of dogs in the world to the number of wolves.

  • EJ

    He doesn’t waste his time with youtube videos.

  • Gerald Potterton

    No DB Cooper in this one?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The Rifftrax of ROTOR is utterly sublime.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The Rifftrax of ROTOR is utterly sublime.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    This movie can’t compare with “Roller Gator,” mainly because “Roller Gator” is fucking terrible.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    And no random four shirtless dudes either.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    He lacks the anemic, inbred, over-privileged, cross-eyed appeal of a pale New England WASP.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Then who the hell watches all those “I Dare You Not to Laugh at These Vines” videos?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    If you want a miscarriage, Scientology is the way to go.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Wasn’t the original title “DB Cooper vs Sasquatch”?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    But the symbolism! Because man is encroaching in on nature or whatever.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    An oversized t-shirt like that one character was wearing. Damn, that thing could double as a tent.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    You are a word poet. Here, have this James Beard Prize for Excellence in Food Writing.

  • Mathieu

    Truly ambitious film-making. I wonder what the director’s influences were.

  • Truly ambitious comment – I wonder what the commenter’s influences were.

  • I mean – haven’t seen it but given that the topic at hand is fucking terrible movies, do you perhaps mean “miserable”? Ah – there’s a Rifftrax of it. I was just about to cite the difference between a “good-bad” movie and a “boring-bad” movie – in that nearly everything the MST3K guys pick is boring. I like me some MST3K but their movie selection leaves a lot to be desired – not enough 80s schlock or 70s weirdness.

  • And no aliens, unfortunately. Ey – you guys should do “Demonwarp”

  • On the other end of the ambition spectrum, you guys should check out “Demonwarp” (1988) – it’s also a movie about sasquatch – and it comes very close to feeling like a real movie, though limited by budget – the ideas at work in it are entertaining and silly enough to prop the movie up as an enjoyable viewing experience. What makes the movie so thoroughly enjoyable has to do with the unique take on Bigfoot that they went with – the IMDB description basically spoils it but you get what I mean if you read it. If you just watch the film though, from what I can remember the mystery of the plot unwraps itself gradually and will make you go “what?? that’s in the movie too??” – so it’s best I let you do the spoiling if you decide to look it up.

  • Well, anything that assists survival is a natural evolutionary pathway – dogs exist probably because we selectively bred the friendliest, most obedient type of wolf we could find. Then we moved onto more eccentric notions like “how fucking small can we get these goddamn things?” – hence shit like teacup chihuahuas etc.. It depends on what you consider the definition of the word “natural” to be, and as it stands I think to call something “unnatural” is to say that it was affected by man – because man is aware enough to self-reflect and therefore is only partially bound by the logical flow of nature. So when you have a complex metal or some such, people say it’s not found in the earth, so therefore it is unnatural – and thusly some might argue that since a pup that almost exclusively relies on its owner to eat might not do to well out on its own, especially in the wrong climate.

  • Well, anything that assists survival is a natural evolutionary pathway – dogs exist probably because we selectively bred the friendliest, most obedient type of wolf we could find. Then we moved onto more eccentric notions like “how fucking small can we get these goddamn things?” – hence shit like teacup chihuahuas etc.. It depends on what you consider the definition of the word “natural” to be, and as it stands I think to call something “unnatural” is to say that it was affected by man – because man is aware enough to self-reflect and therefore is only partially bound by the logical flow of nature (so to speak, let’s skip over the free will part of this discussion). So when you have a complex metal or some such, people say it’s not found in the earth, so therefore it is unnatural – and thusly some might argue that since a pup that almost exclusively relies on its owner to eat might not do to well out on its own, especially in the wrong climate. And yes you could say “well man is part of nature therefore our effect on nature is natural” – but then the word kinda loses any sort of coherent definition.

  • Well, anything that assists survival is a natural evolutionary pathway – dogs exist probably because we selectively bred the friendliest, most obedient type of wolf we could find. Then we moved onto more eccentric notions like “how fucking small can we get these goddamn things?” – hence shit like teacup chihuahuas etc.. It depends on what you consider the definition of the word “natural” to be, and as it stands I think to call something “unnatural” is to say that it was affected by man – because man is aware enough to self-reflect and therefore is only partially bound by the logical flow of nature (so to speak, let’s skip over the free will part of this discussion). So when you have a complex metal or some such, people say it’s not found in the earth, so therefore it is unnatural – and thusly some might argue that since a pup that almost exclusively relies on its owner to eat might not do to well out on its own, especially in the wrong climate. And yes you could say “well man is part of nature therefore our effect on nature is natural” – but then the word kinda loses any sort of coherent definition.

  • Demonwarp gotta go on there.

  • LameSame

    You can always watch on hijacked plane

  • Moist

    This means the world to me. Without the tireless work of the incomparable James Beard I never would have been able to formulate the humbly submitted phrase “shitted up the bun.” Dear God, I accept this prize in Jesus’ name. Amen.

  • Brian Levine

    This has inspired me to finish my script for “Summer Sasquash”. Its the heartwarming tale of a murderous creature that grew from a magical vine planted by a precocious eight year old who vows vengeance on all the bullies who tormented his dyslexic younger brother.

  • Lord Culvert

    The girl is not authentic Indian! However, I want to have sex with her.

  • ikdks

    I’ve know a lot of failed artists over the years, and they all have hours of pseudo intellectual analysis of their own work, what they lack is talent.

  • ikdks

    I’ve know a lot of failed artists over the years, and they all have hours of pseudo intellectual analysis of their own work, what they lack is talent.

  • Arthur

    You are a word poet. Here, have this James Beard Prize for Excellence in Food Writing.

  • RLMkeepitup

    sexy indian children in the family album is not awkward

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Fuck off and die, plagiarist!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I prefer my pseudo-intellectual anal-sis from Slavoj Zizek.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Roy Moore? Is that you?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Well vodka and a heavily underline copy of a Joseph Campbell book he found at a Goodwill store.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    “[T]his readiness to assume the guilt for the threats to our environment
    is deceptively reassuring: We like to be guilty since, if we are
    guilty, it all depends on us. We pull the strings of the catastrophe, so
    we can also save ourselves simply by changing our lives. What is really
    hard for us (at least in the West) to accept is that we are reduced to
    the role of a passive observer who sits and watches what our fate will
    be. To avoid this impotence, we engage in frantic, obsessive activities.
    We recycle old paper, we buy organic food, we install long-lasting
    light bulbs—whatever—just so we can be sure that we are doing something.
    We make our individual contribution like the soccer fan who supports
    his team in front of a TV screen at home, shouting and jumping from his
    seat, in the belief that this will somehow influence the game’s
    outcome.”


    Slavoj Žižek

  • Pop Culture Reference

    As long as Kevin Spacecop keeps his hands out of an underage person’s space-pants.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Now the phrase will be acted out in a piece of German hardcore pornography.

  • Lord Culvert

    She is Mexican

  • Lord Culvert

    fuck off libturd

  • Moist

    Yeah. “Now.”

  • The Brosevelt

    In defense of the director Mr. Miscarriage (autocorrect and I chose not to make the correction). Although I enjoy laughing at Jay’s little guy defense, he is onto something. At least David Miscarriage went for it and made a movie. There is a charm to Mr. Miscariage and his movie that is not found in that gypsy-adidas wearing other director and his vampire movie staring austistic Shrek.

    During the clips of Mr. Miscarriage’s commentary, where he pretentiously found meaning in every scene, my mind wandered to a lot cocktail party intellectuals I have encountered. The difference between this crop of assholes and Mr. Miscarriage is that David went for it and made his big foot movie.

    I am sitting here commenting on it and David, like Roosevelt himself, stepped into the arena and made a movie. I am enjoying my favorite movie critics talk about because Mr. Miscarriage had the guts to make a movie about a strange nippled big foot.

    So, I salute you Mr. Miscarriage. You did it. You son of bitch, you did it.

  • ikdks

    Hey Disqus, how many times do we have to report this guy? No wonder the russians are eating your lunch.

  • Moist

    Or you cold go the Summer Sasquatch route wherein the last remaining members of a Yeti clan in Oregon are hunted down by merciless “locally sourced” foodies. Kind of a Tucker & Dale inversion thing.

    Squash is gross.

  • Moist

    It’s possible to know what the Dunning-Kruger effect is and to suffer from it as well. FML.

  • ikdks

    Ironically, a lot of people don’t understand dunning kruger. It’s such a good smart ass put down that people only understand it as a quip.

    Not only are some people so dumb that they don’t know they’re dumb, but smart people think that everyone else is smarter than they are.

    Basically, everybody thinks they’re average. If your dumb, it mean you think you’re smarter, if you’re smart, you think you’re dumber.

    Everybody naturally puts themselves at the center of the universe.

  • Moist

    “If your dumb,”

    Your? ROFL you idiot!

  • ikdks

    Over the top, there, don’t you think? Bit petty, maybe?

  • Moist

    My ability to use an apostrophe and call out apostrophe misuse is all I have going for me.

  • durhay

    These people have Maalox Jubilees every evening.

  • These things are really spiraling out of control. What’s most disappointing is when they copy my posts and then their duplicates get more upvotes than my originals.

  • Huh it’s apparently such a mess that they’ve actually added an “impersonation” option for reporting posts. That wasn’t there before.

  • EJ

    You guys seem so much happier discussing no-budget schlock like this than you do talking about Marvel movies

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I know what you mean. The same thing happens to me. These bots hurt my self-esteem.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Think about the children! Wait, that’s probably not the best thing to do with Roy Moore and Kevin Spacey sleazing around.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    And her dad is Italian. It’s a multi-cultural trainwreck of talentless tolerance. A veritable ethnic rainbow of galactic ineptitude.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Locally sourced foodies? Now that’s ethical cannibalism I support.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    … and rigging our elections! Hey-o!
    **sees self out**

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The ability to “cut and paste” and Russian crypto-currency financing.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Booze and sadness. Mainly booze though.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The Russian copybots enjoy watching German sheisse porn and reading David Irving.

  • EJ

    The upvoters are bots though too.

  • EJ

    The upvoters are bots though too.

  • EJ

    The upvoters are bots though too.

  • EJ

    The upvoters are bots though too.

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    We all are!

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    FYI you ignorant fhacks: The correct answer is “La Pollohontas” because she is a female (remember what those look like?). La PollAhontas, however, translates into something like Cock-a-hontas, which seems most appropriate considering how well endowed that sasquatch was. You know what they say about big feet… Hasta la vista, gringos de mierda!

  • Brian Levine

    Bad things happen when you start taking yourself seriously. Green Day, for example.

  • Brian Levine

    Because the myriad of leftist Hollywood bigwigs were all too busy?

  • ikdks

    M Night, for another.

  • Brian Levine

    Spot on.

  • ikdks

    Uh… yeah. Why do you think all the other sites are dropping diquis in favor of facebook and Gmail based comment software? Diquis is lousy with russians.

    I used to argue with them at real clear politics. You would catch them misusing idiom, like they understood the words, but not the metaphors behind the words. Even good english as a second language gives itself away if they talk long enough.

    Some supposed Republican tried to quote Reagan’s “tear down this wall” but came up with something like “take this fence down”, like he translated it from russian wikipedia.

    Finally i came up with my own little shibboleth, where i told them to say “Putin is a big ol nancy boy and likes it in the back side.” They would never do it.

    Then when they switched over, the comments went from hundreds to dozens.

  • Moist

    I think lady chickens have a specific word of their own. In Spanish, anyway. We should see about getting one of those in English.

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    Are you then… bothurt?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    That’s unpossible!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Tip of the hat, sir, on your pun.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    What’s with the “Night” thing anyway? Does he know how silly that sounds?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    That’s not a denial and you know it.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Putin is a big ol nancy boy and likes it in the back side.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Or if you’re Amish, since condiments on a hot dog is prideful to THE LORD.

  • Moist

    Yeah, he’s known it the whole time. Bruce Willis told him. What a twist!

  • Bob

    Yes, you are absolutely correct. I fall asleep to it (and Birdemic) every night these days. I used to do the same with BOTW playlist, and the Plinkett Prequel reviews. I just wish there was a way to spell the pronunciation of Rod saying “Solar Panels/Power”.

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    But seriously now, what’s with those copycat posts?

  • Moist

    “Why don’t you have a seat, hairy man-ape?”

  • ikdks

    C’mon guys. Moore is not where you want to make your stand. He was banned from the mall, for god’s sake. When the election is over and the partisan furor dies down, you’re just going to have a creeper in your house.

    And if you think this was a partisan hit job, yeah, you’re probably right. Clearly people knew about this guy for years, and are only saying it now.

    But that doesn’t make it a lie. Do you understand what i’m saying? Two things can exist at the same time, it isn’t one or the other. It is a political hit job, and Roy Moore is a kiddy toucher.

    People, no doubt, had opposition research on this guy for years but didn’t have a reason to use it until now, and so they leaked it to the washington post, the post confirmed it because there is evidence all over the state, and outed the whole sorted mess.

    Furthermore, the best thing Alabama could do for the Democrats is elect Roy Moore and send him to congress. It is proof that the GOP has no soul, and will kiss the devil on the lips if it serves their purpose.

    What i think is funny, and that no one in the media, right or left, wants to acknowledge, is that Alabama doesn’t seem to have a problem with adult men fucking 16 year olds. It’s like Thailand down there.

    It’s like everything we ever heard about Alabama, that they are backward corrupt creeps, is playing out of the national stage.

  • ikdks

    Oh my.

  • sofiya

    The one with DB Cooper and the four shirtless dudes?

  • noam paul

    Spot on.

  • Moist

    Yeah, I visited some relatives in Alabama and one of them openly offered to take me to a whorehouse to “make a boy out of me” and I was like 13 at the time.

    I really should have taken him up on the offer.

  • ikdks

    Yeah, if you pay close attention you can tell from the beginning.

    There are plenty of clues.

  • ikdks

    reported

  • RLMkeepitup

    can’t wait for the red letter holiday special hosted by Rich in a sweater

  • Moist

    Spot on.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Or Rich in a sweat lodge.

    **briefly thinks about Rich and Josh being shirtless, then plucks out eyes**

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Or Rich in a sweat lodge.

    **briefly thinks about Rich and Josh being shirtless, then plucks out eyes**

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Cor blimey, guvnuh!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    We can all … wait for it … marvel at the no-budget schlock.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The clicks are used to pay off Vladimir Putin’s rentboys.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    GOP: Gargantuan Orgy of Pederasts. Hey-o!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    **leans into mic**
    Urrrrrrrrrrrrr …

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Barrett Coldyron’s cowboy poetry is truly magical. Plus the stop-motion robot skeleton doing jazzercise to the boardroom of government power brokers is also spectacular in its ineptitude.

  • EJ

    Hey, it is Big Boy season.

  • EJ

    They banned him from the local mall, so clearly at least some people in Alabama don’t think it’s ok.

  • EJ

    There are a ton of species that are dependent on each other. E.g. lichens are a symbiosis of various species of fungi and algae, most of which couldn’t survive without the other. But together they are really successful. So even semi-viable breeds like shih tzus or English bulldogs are applicable – they couldn’t survive on their own, but that doesn’t matter, because we take care of them and make sure they reproduce.

    Dogs just happened to hitch their wagon to a clever ape that turned out to be the dominant large predator on the planet, and they’ve been wildly successful because of it.

  • EJ

    I would pay some amount of dollars for a Rifftrax-type series hosted by Slavoj Zizek and Noam Chomsky where they uncovered the deeper socio-political underpinnings of terrible b-movies. Starting with Mad Foxes.

  • EJ

    Nah dog it’s all of your political posts. The algorithm identified RLM as a political message board and now some poor schmuck in Yekaturinburg who doesn’t even speak English got assigned to copy and paste random posts and upvote them.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    ZEK IN SIBERIAN INTERNET CAFE [looks at camera, shrugs, cigarette hanging from lower lip]: Eh, it’s a living.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Suburban Sasquatch takes place in the same cinematic universe as The Happening, since the director believes the Sasquatch is a hybrid Noble Savage-as-Christ figure. He’s the hirsute Messiah who will save humanity from the trees farting or whatever. He needs to rip the arms off of people. It’s about Nature! DON’T YOU GET IT?!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I suffer from the Diane Kruger Effect. Dammit, I rented “Troy” and “National Treasure” again!

  • Moist

    That was a false flag operation intended to sell more Orange Juliuseses.

  • Moist

    Terrible joke. But at least you’re a job creator. For Russian trolls.

  • Bob

    I’m starting to get a little ridiculous about it. To think how hard they labored to make the detonation cord and “Blood Eagle” combine for a big “payoff” in the death scene. Coldyron’s Isuzu changes from 2 doors to 4 doors and back no less than five times during the movie. The high-falutin’ language of the conference with all the Beach Boy’s lyrics: “Good Vibration, Heroes and Villians, I Get Around.” Barrett is the name of the .50 caliber rifle that Clarence Boddiker steals in Robocop; C.R. Steele (the skunk-lady’s name) is shorthand for Cold Rolled Steel.
    To me, it’s fascinating because it avoids so many B-Movie Tropes. No rape, no boobs, no real profanity except for the other F-bomb (which wasn’t really that bad in ’87), no blood. And, the audio is mostly fine (unlike Birdemic), the color grading is fine (unlike Samurai Cop, you can follow the plot (unlike The Room, but it is still so breathtakingly bizarre for being just a Robocop knockoff.
    I would love it if the team did an in-depth of this this one like Hollywood Cop or The Last Vampire on Earth.

  • ikdks

    i was thinking GOPedo.

  • ikdks

    i was thinking GOPedo.

  • ikdks

    You see, how hard was that?

  • ikdks

    They made him a judge afterwards. They nominated him to run for Senate..

  • ikdks

    What? Nooooooo.

  • ikdks

    What? Nooooooo.

  • Brian Levine

    Dick the Christmas Boy?

  • Brian Levine

    Don’t be D.C.’ved. Overhyped CGI can still Mar vell developed scripts. Just because a story was once Timely, doesn’t mean it won’t have Dark Horse status as a film.

  • Somebody Else

    It’s exciting to think they’re oiling themselves up even now to go to the local multiplex theater and cram themselves in with the mouthbreathers to watch The Justice League: The Movie.

  • Moist

    Were you also excited for the latest Transformers review?

  • Somebody Else

    I wouldn’t be excited for anything with that sourpuss attitude!

  • Somebody Else

    I wouldn’t be excited for anything with that sourpuss attitude!

  • If it’s a complete wreck, it’ll make for an entertaining review, but if it falls in middling territory, it’d probably be best for everybody if they skip it. Mike probably won’t have a good time either way it turns out. My sources tell me that it’s somewhere between “middling” and “a complete wreck”, and that the tonal shifts are exactly what you’d expect in a Whedon vs. Snyder mashup universe. So idk.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    “Oiling themselves up”? You mean like what Vladimir Putin does before he goes to a bathhouse?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I think we’re all missing the most obvious point here: Suburban Sasquatch is a far superior film than The Phantom Menace. The director is also less pretentious than George Lucas.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    BOOM! … also makes comics. Idk about IDW.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Bong hits 4 Yakov Smirnoff!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    **Wilhelm scream**

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Me fail English? That’s unpossible!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    So by “family values,” is that a dog whistle for defending pederasts?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    ALEX JONES [startled]: Don’t look at me. My show is all an act. [gets down on knees and pleads with the Illuminati] Please let me have custody of my kids. Puh-leeeeeeeeeeeeease!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I guess, if you’re into that whole brevity thing.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I’m not looking at Vladimir Putin’s heroic Russian “heterosexual” penis! And I’m not going to feel it either! At least not without a chaperone from the Russian Orthodox (and Totally, Totally Not-Gay) Orthodox Church standing by my side.

    I’m on the side of the proletariat, not the trolletariat.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I think RLM did a Something of the Worst (Wheel, Best Of, etc.) for ROTOR.

    If you’ll excuse me, I have to rhapsodize like a Dollar General Cormac McCarthy about the sunrise and then give my horse some coffee.

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    Finally! Somebody said it!

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    When Mike doesn’t have a good time… I do.

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    “Exciting” is not the first word that pops to mind… Somebody kill me, pleahse.

  • EJ

    *sad balalaika sound*

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Don’t forget Andre 3000.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    When were Green Day ever good?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    All the rest are in some Evangelical Lynch Mob Hootenanny.

  • Thanatos

    Who says a Mexican is not a Native American? Mexico is in North America. There were no border lines!

  • Thanatos

    Who says a Mexican is not a Native American? Mexico is in North America. There were no border lines!

  • Thanatos

    Roy Moore was waiting for you at that whorehouse. Good thing you didn’t go.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Really? Seems like a spurious assertion. It would come as quite a surprise to all those Border Police.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    And the Kingsman 2 review.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I would love to see Strange Nippled Bigfoot and Fat Dracula team up in their own schlocky No-Budget Cinematic Universe.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Rich is a Tums man.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Modeling career fell through?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The problem is those two guys are impossible to listen to. Zizek sounds like Daffy Duck ate a thesaurus and Chomsky’s quiet mumbly monotone makes him sound like a drunk chewing packing peanuts.

    Ira Glass, on the other hand …

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    That’s no way to talk to Robin Williams.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    *Exurban Sasquatch
    *Subdivision Sasquatch
    *Trailer Park Sasquatch
    *Nature Conservancy Sasquatch

  • langweilig

    hallo. i noticed mikes andy kaufman reference and checked him out on the internet (because i am quite into future technologies). Andy Kaufman was not a thing in germany, so i did not know about it, but i think he is great. thanks for the tip. i enjoyed your show as well. thank you for that too. btw i think that “pop culture reference” also lives in his grandmas’ spare bedroom.

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    Strange Nippled Sasquatch will be the name of my prog rock band. Take a listen to my magnum opus, “In the Court of the Crimson Strange Nippled Sasquatch.”

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