Best of the Worst: Wheel of the Worst #15

July 12, 2017243 Comments

The Canadians are back! And we’ve decided to torture them yet again with the dreaded Wheel of the Woooooooorst!!!!

Filed in: Best of the Worst

  • Cool.

  • MichaelKz

    See. Less time spent watching Bayformers the more time there is to film a new Wheel of the Worst.

  • Mistah J.

    An hour of the Wheel? Oooooooh no.

  • RLMkeepitup

    the wheel has been reborn, bigger and betterer than eva. Thank you Rich!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I’m pretty ambivelous about it.

  • Kevin Maginnis

    Holy shit, they found tricky people, haven’t seen that since I was 5.

  • RLMkeepitup

    leonardo the retardo, I wonder if he’s seen that shit tape

  • EDB

    Gymkata! I saw that in the theater when it came out. And I enjoyed it!

    I’m old. And stupid.

  • Adez

    Lol elderly jokes, glad to see Mike has such a sense of humor about himself, Mike about 62, right?

  • shags

    i’m 99% sure that isn’t Robert Stack’s voice on the narration for the old people video, but i cant seem to find who the voice belongs to

  • Oh this is literally perfect I just escaped the clutches of a hangover.

  • No way anyone will knock this wheel down – unless someone just flips the table. I hope that happens.

  • Help for Millennials had me in tears. Glorious.

  • Again with the millenial trash talk too – I think Mike and his friends escape that categorization by no less than like 5 years?

  • Mr_Show

    Yay!

  • That lady with the dog about 13 minutes in looks like Mac’s mom from It’s Always Sunny.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    What’s wrong with heroin?

  • Wheel of the Worst: The Next Generation

  • MichaelW

    Sounds like the Dos Equis’s most interesting man guy.

  • Joe Syxpac

    Hand over your car keys, Grammy.

  • Joe Syxpac

    Jay sounded like he was mulling over ways to destroy it already.

  • EJ

    There’s a guy who narrates every other History Channel and Discovery Channel documentary who sounds a lot like Robert Stack and I’m pretty sure it’s him. Dunno his name though.

  • It is a great and necessary addition.
    One of the facts was wrong though. The narrator was Will Lyman from “Frontline” on PBS. He was not on “Unsolved Mysteries.

  • Yeah, it is Will Lyman. I had to look up the “Unsolved Mysteries” thing. To see if maybe he had been a narrator for the show prior or after Robert Stack.
    NOPE. It is just a mistake that will never be fixed.

  • It kills my friends, thanks for reminding me.

  • EJ

    As lame as it is, it’s better than TMZ.

  • Hahaha that look in Jim’s eyes as he sighed – I think he’s got a crush on Leo.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Like the Electoral College?

  • Do you recognize my handle from Fark?
    Cause I have been complaining about that shit system for literally years.

  • I think he is 29, but living in Milwaukee ages people considerably.

  • “I was feeding my horse and I heard all these little voices in my heart” – pretty sure that’s most likely schizophrenia. Not slighting anyone off here, it’s a real issue.

  • Art Kid

    The wheel is like the Death Star. No matter how many times it gets destroyed they keep remaking it stupider.
    Actually it looks pretty good, I thought it was cgi for a minute.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Who doesn’t?

  • Ih8thecanadians

    The Canadians are the friends who think they are as good as the others and no one has the heart to tell them they aren’t.

  • Strelnikov

    Fuck!

    You beat me to it!

  • Ret Marut

    Me too. Well done.

  • Strelnikov

    This will become another joke, like that time Mike threw a beer bottle behind him, it shattered on the floor, and the neck flew up and on top of a refrigerator in the background.

  • Strelnikov

    On the whole, I can give most Canadians no grief, because they gave us SCTV.

    Conrad Black, however, is a turd.

  • PURPLE HEXAGON

    A movie called Funky Forest has a wonderful cartoon written telepathically by a dog.

  • TPB has earned Canada a permanent place in my heart.

  • MichaelKz

    Extra weight in the posterior. So, Mike and Rich would know all about that.

  • frankelee

    That many exposed metal rod ends is a real insurance liability. What happens when Rich passes out from diabeetus and loses an eye?

  • Gary V

    What? No Transformers? (I gotta be the 84rd person to ask this)

  • Ret Marut

    While I haven’t see the video, I tend to agree w/ Mike. The Telepathic Animals tape does indeed raise curious questions. And not just about the validity of telepathic–or ANY–communication w/ animals. More so, it prompts thinking about the function of language and communication among humans. Not to bring Wittgenstein into this, but he does raise interesting questions about just what language IS and how it relates to our (human) form of life. Indeed Wittgenstein argues that the two are–to borrow from the Giant, or ???????, if you will–“one and the same.” To imagine a language is to imagine a form of life. So, is communication with animals possible if we don’t share their form of life? Does the lady consider this? Is that why she asks people to “become” an animal? Very very thought provoking discussion guys. Oh and Mike spitting beer was good too.

  • MichaelKz

    That dimension hopping dog has seen some shit.

  • Bleurgh

    Golden showers are that thing your shithead president likes getting from Russian prostitutes yeah?

  • Neuroticmoose

    I wanted them to land on Tricky people so bad, it’s about a dinosaur that fights pedophiles

  • Neuroticmoose

    Everything is Terrible did a great supercut of that tape, making it look like its about a 90’s hip hop dinosaur who fights pedophiles

  • Bleurgh

    I genuinely believe Colin loves appearing on RLM, but I am started to suspect that Jim hates these guys guys. Maybe the videos this week just broke him though.

  • LeonTrollski

    I had lights camera action growing up. Think its the first thing on the wheel that ive owned. Hope it stays on there and they hit it someday.

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    Has it become more common for you to see other drivers making angry gestures at you? Maybe it is time to rethink your career, Zack Snyder.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Leo DiCaprio sure is dreamy, but he looks like Notch Johnson on those beach videos.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    And it has human eyes!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Leo transformed from a dreamy young actor to an Oscar-winning actor.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Um … no. Should I?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The Milwaukee version of a mid-life crisis is to drive around in a rusty Chevette and drinking lots of Old Fashioneds.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    TMZ is reason enough to pray for a comet to hit earth.

  • Joe Syxpac

    The Wheel has had sooo many pedo vids already.

    There were two of em in episode 2.

  • Joe Syxpac

    The Wheel has had sooo many pedo vids already.

    There were two of em in episode 2.

  • Peace among worlds!

    To be clear, most Canadians think Conrad Black is a turd as well. Those who don’t think it, know it.

  • Bleurgh

    Sorry guys, there was something I wasn’t clear on after watching the video as it wasn’t explicitly stated, but maybe one of you guys can help me out by clarifying it for me. Will the Wheel of Misfortune be replacing the Wheel Of the Worst? Thanks.

  • TheRealBadHatHarry

    Yeah, you beat me to it. If nothing else I thought they’d recognize him from Little Children.

  • The Wicker Man (BWF)

    Oddly enough, I am listening to an old episode of Coast 2 Coast am on U7 wherein Art Bell is talking about pet psychics/mystic pets. 12/19/02 with Sylvia Brown.

  • the_great_laertes

    I don’t know about the Stalin-making-ape-human-hybrids thing, but it is true that in Mao’s China during the Great Leap Forward they tried crossbreeding pigs with bulls in order to make bigger, fatter pigs.

    (It didn’t work.)

  • EJ

    The Soviets really did try to make ape-human hybrids. Google “Ilya Ivanov,” he’s the scientist who carried out the experiments. Bear in mind that Soviet biological sciences were heavily influenced by the works of Lysenko, who had a lot of completely wrong ideas about genetics.

  • EJ

    There are a lot of them out there. Anyone else remember “Red Light, Green Light” from their elementary school days?

  • Lowrent

    How about a few sit-ups every now and then.

  • EJ

    What, you don’t like seeing the homeliest, worst-dressed people in Los Angeles mocking celebrities for gaining a pound or two?

  • alex doucet

    They should have made a pack to re-watch golden road in 35 years. That would be an interesting discussion.

  • Urdus

    if you mass murder the intelligence of your country strange things can happen.

  • EJ

    It’s also about having ideology trump science. Stalin claimed that Lysenkoism was more compatible with Marxism and therefore true, regardless of scientific evidence. (Marx himself would probably have been surprised to learn that his writings had anything to do with biology.)

  • EJ

    For a loose definition of “dimension.” Pretty sure my dog thinks “outside,” “the park,” and “riding in the car” are other dimensions.

  • Angela

    I like the Canadians and would love to see them permanently replace Jack. Commuting from Toronto might be a pain though.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Would any of them still be alive?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Communists don’t know shit about how biology works.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I’m surprised Trump hasn’t made Art Bell his press secretary.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I thought that was Trickle Down Economics?
    **slide whistle**

  • Pop Culture Reference

    TMZ covering the US Congress would be like looking into a mirror for them.

  • MutePrint

    That’s the joke inside a joke gag, referencing the wrong narrator because they are millennials themselves and don’t know who they think he is, mystery solved.

  • EJ

    No, I think you’re just the second. The other guy asks it a lot though.

  • EJ

    Congress would be aspirational for the TMZ crew. Put them in dull blue suits and red power ties and they’d actually look better than they do now.

  • Joe

    I get what Rich was going for with his grab to smash the VHS, but personally several of their suggestions for destroying the tape I think would’ve been much more interesting.

    Otherwise great video though.

  • Pulp

    Honestly, the belief that all creatures possess some sort of spiritual essence, is as old as mankind itself.

  • I actually found that more satisfying than most of their overly convoluted ways of breaking them.

  • EJ

    They need to bring back dissolving things in acetone. That was strangely compelling to watch. Especially the star wars figures.

  • Bleurgh

    That was the best part!

  • peterablex

    Doug & Bob McKenzie are back! Yay!

  • RLMkeepitup

    he also does Forensic Files and is my favorite narrator

  • durhay

    A little help for Millennials … Thundercats was a cartoon show from the 1980s

  • EJ

    Doesn’t he do basically every History Channel documentary? I’m picturing some grainy WWII footage and him saying something like “…but the Nazis had yet another trick up their sleeves!”

  • EJ

    Probably also a reference to Plinkett constantly saying “Geez, you kids oughta learn your history” before spouting yet another incorrect fact.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Wheel of the Wurst #15, Sponsored content brought to you by Usinger’s.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Acetone also works as a nice mixer for craft cocktails.

    A little help for Millennials … acetone is a poison. Don’t drink it!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Acetone also works as a nice mixer for craft cocktails.

    A little help for Millennials … acetone is a poison. Don’t drink it!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    … unless they voted for Stephen Harper and have Conrad Black cheesecake posters next to their bunk beds.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Lloyd Sherr was the narrator for all of those Modern Marvels episodes.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Little Children: The History of the US Congress?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Jet fuel can’t melt the new Wheel. Wake up, sheeple! Oh sorry, wrong room.
    **sees self out**

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The folks on TMZ look like rejects from an unaccredited carney school. In addition, each one has a sleaze-sploitational glaze on them that makes Al Goldstein look like Gandhi.

  • People born in the early 80s are still considered “millennials” therefore a good chunk of them probably grew up watching Thundercats.

  • Joe Syxpac

    Art Bell transcended his soul to Venus to live with bigfoot back in the late 2000s.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Did he have 4 shirtless dudes as his pallbearers and DB Cooper give the eulogy?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    A dinosaur that fights pedophiles?

    **begins outlining Spotlight-Jurassic World crossover fanfic**

  • Pop Culture Reference

    So a better writer than Ayn Rand?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Jack could be permanently replaced by a box of hammers and I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.

  • Joe Syxpac

    Millennials are the same as Generation Y, the children of Generation X, who are themselves the children of the “Boomers”, all children born during or right after WWII. In order for a Millennial to be born in the early 80s his/her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother would have all had to had children around 10-12 years old.

  • Joe

    Don’t tell me you wouldn’t have been up for them finding a way to throw it at Leonardo Dicaprio.

  • Dustin Scarsdale

    Say, Where’s the Transformers 5 review?

  • jimmy

    Did anyone else notice that when Mike spun the wheel, he spun it counter-clockwise but the above shot showed it spinning clockwise?

  • I’ve been over literally dozens of articles to that cite 1982 as the starting birth dates for millennials, so idk.

  • RLMkeepitup

    really, haha

  • Well sure, not a feasible choice but I would enjoy that.

  • TheVerySpecialK

    Well, that confirms it: Mike did 9/11.

  • Ret Marut

    Is it future, or is it past?

  • Neuroticmoose

    I was born in the 90’s and Cartoon Network did reruns of Thundercats

  • harumph

    I live a few miles away from that casino/slaughterhouse. The owner recently got a year in prison for trying to pass off cancerous beef as USDA approved. True story.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I want to know what the Nerd Crew thought of Transformers 5!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Trump couldn’t possibly be connected to it, since it is still in business.
    **slide whistle**

  • Pop Culture Reference

    9/11ths of a push up before his heart exploded?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    If they are furries, would they be millennial falcons?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Take off!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    “Like how Saddam caused 9/11 and global warming is a hoax?” — Donald Tr__, I mean, Harry Plinkett

  • This might be my favorite episode of “Best of the Worst”.
    It has so much going for it.

  • Thanatos

    To destroy this wheel first they have to disable the shield.

  • Thanatos

    Alcoholism and/or diabetus won’t let them reach that far.

  • Thanatos

    If they had just given it to Leo I’m sure he would immediately destroy it himself.

  • MichaelKz

    The Last Knight is even testing the most positive of the franchise’s supporters.

  • Brett Burrett

    Pact

  • I was born in 89 and I definitely grew up with Thundercats. Granted we stopped paying for TV at about 4 and I rewatched a lot of recorded VHS tapes of my favorite cartoons – so my knowledge of what was airing when gets spotty past that point.

  • LameSame

    I just vomited at the very thought! For real! Vomit everywhere! Everywhere!

  • LameSame

    I think you’re confusing 9/11 with Space Cop. It happens.

  • Spoiled Ants

    The new wheel is rigged.

  • LameSame

    I was thinking it was one of my least favorites. But I was only passively watching it… gotta sit on down and watch it through.

  • Spoiled Ants

    They released the review 4 weeks ago, but it’s only for Patreon supporters who donated over 50$, and we have to keep it a secret.

  • Spoiled Ants

    All they have to do is wrap the tape in raw meat. Leo will eat it the next time he goes full method acting.

  • alex doucet

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  • alex doucet

    Yes but wheres the beef??

  • alex doucet

    Wilford Brimley is still alive. Perhaps you’ve never heard of liberty medical?

  • Peter Bj√∂rklund

    Oh no! Stalin broke Mike!

  • Brian Levine

    Not a fan of Wheel of the Worst. Mostly unwatchable videos. Like Michael Bay movies.

  • RLMkeepitup

    isn’t that a bit of the point, they watch them so we don’t have to?

  • kylemz

    I was born in ’81, don’t consider myself a “millennial”, and was unaware of Thundercats until several years ago. That cat looks like He-Man to me.

  • peterablex

    They’re like the infantry of video

  • EJ

    Yeah there was one a long time ago where Jack got so frustrated he yelled “WHOSE IDEA WAS IT TO WATCH NOT-MOVIES” and I gotta say I agree with him.

  • I don’t subscribe to all this generational categorization and I probably only finally looked up what “millenial” actually meant when everyone started writing blogs about how everything was their fault.

  • EJ

    You joke, but RLM gets name-dropped by heavy hitters like JJ Abrams now. I feel like they could have made a few calls and mailed a tape to Leo and there’s a good chance he would have filmed himself personally destroying it.

  • dimi

    So does obesity.

  • dimi

    Neill Blomkamp said he wants to be on one of your shows (?)

    Organise it already

  • Brian Levine

    Or the Scrubbing Bubbles of video.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I love The Blacklist!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Sounds like confirmation bias to me.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I’ll take the Wheel over the Electoral College any day. At least the options are better.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    When did RLM become Scientology?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    In the nude covered in butter?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Beneath the fat.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    As if RLM can afford insurance.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    He’d have to heat the wheel to a hundred and twenty million Kelvin just to break through the Coulomb barrier.

  • Spoiled Ants

    Since Hipster Jay

  • Joe Syxpac

    Not saying yer wrong. Just saying that all them early millennials musta descend from a line of extremely promiscuous young ladies.

  • Joe Syxpac

    Very cool!

  • Joe Syxpac

    He didn’t die, he just sent his soul to Venus via pyramid crystals and left his body in stasis.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    So perfectly in line with his beliefs as a High Church Episcopalian.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Does shouting the name “Martha!” count as an angry gesture?

  • Poopfeast420

    The guys aren’t funny when they’re trying to be funny (which is what is required when you’re trying to make watching a vacuum repair video or whatever entertaining) in fact they’re not really funny when they aren’t trying either. What they (mike and jay only) are is super knowledgeable and insightful about the film production process, which is why half in the bag is all anyone gives a shit about.

  • That Richie Derwald guy looks like that Tim N Eric character who sings and throughout the show looks to be in worse and worse physical condition.

  • Oh dear.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Or the Smash Mouth of video.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The Warsaw Pack? Communists are werewolves?

  • alex doucet

    Yes!!!!!!

  • Joe Syxpac

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t Sara Gilbert basically the fluffer for the Pussy Posse?

  • Joe

    When did JJ do that?

  • Candy Blizzard

    It’s Robert Foxworth, not Robert Stack. I’m shocked Mike didn’t notice. They even zoom in on Mike and Rich like they both recognize the voice from Star Trek.

  • Candy Blizzard

    It sounds a lot like Robert Foxworth as well, but I think Lyman is right.

  • alex doucet

    I sincerely hope you approve of the grammatical correction I’ve made to my initial comment Brett Burrett. All minor grammatical errors on the internet must be sought out and identified. Without perfect grammar we are all nothing more than godless incontinent savages. I am sure you wood agree.

  • Brett Burrett

    I sincerely hope your ego develops better resilience for future encounters with the human race – it will serve you well

  • alex doucet

    *you’re

  • alex doucet

    It’s so dense

  • Pop Culture Reference

    I think you mean Gilbert Gottfried.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Wheel of the Yurts? OK, Airbnb hipsters.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    That’s just Rich.

  • EJ

    Sorry, I don’t remember. It was in some interview about Star Wars a few years ago. I can tell you I know a few people involved in various creative jobs in Hollywood and seems like everybody is familiar with at least the Plinkett reviews, if not RLM as a whole.

  • alex doucet

    There once was a man named Brett Burett
    Grammatical errors caused him great dismay
    He’s an uptight bloke
    Who can’t take a joke
    I sincerely hope he lightens up someday!

  • Thanatos

    I want to know what the nerd crew thought so I can think the same thing!

  • RLMkeepitup

    “I’m here, things are good” #cockadoodledandy

  • Brett Burrett

    Shrewd dudes

  • Brett Burrett

    LOL

  • Brett Burrett

    These guys hate both millenials and the elderly equally. They’re my kind of chronological-based misanthropes <3

  • sigaba

    RIP George Romero.

  • RLMkeepitup

    damn it. the godfather of the dead.

  • Crixxxx

    That’s not Robert Stack. It’s Will Lyman, narrator of PBS’ Frontline.

  • LameSame

    I’ve never heard anyone ever say the RLM guys aren’t funny, or that their humor isn’t a big part of their draw. I was also under the impression that BotW is the real crown jewel, not HitB. Which is to say you and I are probably both horribly mistaken and the truth is somewhere in the middle.

  • DasKleineTeilchen

    and thanks for a whole genre, george. dont let them bite you.

  • DasKleineTeilchen

    “DO IT! JUST DO! IT!!” there at least 2 new gifs with rich, the destroyer of thundercats.

  • EJ

    The strangest thing about a VHS tape dissolved in acetone was that whatever white plastic the reels were made out of was immune. The case and the tape itself would be reduced to black muck but the reels would be pristine.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Are Jim and Colin fulfilling some obscure Canadian community service by doing this?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    And Martin Landau.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Caption: Middle-aged tubby guy shouts at moon … gets winded, has to sit down.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Dammit! Now I want RLM-branded E-meters!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Milwaukee is no Houston.

  • Chowderbatter

    Yep. Instantly recognized him as I’m a lifelong Frontline addict. Golden Road is even on his IMDB page. I’m surprised to find out it came out in 2004. VHS in 2004?!

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    They did shout it quite angrily in BvS so I’d say YES!

  • Chowderbatter

    Can Penelope talk to Canadians?

  • Chowderbatter

    Regarding the riff about a person communicating with grizzly bears, how are the RLM guys not familiar with Grizzly Man?

  • Chowderbatter

    Canada does not have a military, volunteer or otherwise.

    So, all Canadians of legal age are required to guest on at least eight American talk shows, podcasts, game shows, or web series to fulfill their two year commitment.

    If they don’t fulfill this requirement, they are sent to the Canadian equivalent of Gitmo… Edmonton.

  • Papa Figo

    I bet they are smuggling something. Probably Canadian bacon into Canada.

  • Papa Figo

    Yeah, shamanic religions have the best drugs.

  • Spoiled Ants

    That Rich sure knew how to beat the brains out of that videotape. Those were some pro-moves on a Capone level.

    A little help for the Millennials:
    Al Capone, also lovingly called Scarface by his friends, was a guy who had a temper during the 1920’s to 30’s.

  • Robotpals

    Is asking for the Transformers 5 review replacing replacing things?

  • Robotpals

    What’s with all the help for millenials? If they’re the least bit interested (spoiler: they’re not), they can just ask their phones. The contraptions even talk back to them.

  • EJ

    So they didn’t before about a million years ago?

  • EJ

    Hail Tarvu!

  • RLMkeepitup

    Mike stopped referring to 9/11 after space cop, says it all

  • RLMkeepitup

    we have to appeal to the youth demographic!

  • kensu

    “Oh look, I’m at the bank.” (throws anchor through (closed) driver’s side window)

  • Jay made a joke about it on a previous episode of Half In The Bag.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    A more diverse panel might help in that regard.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    The camp commandant is none other than Zapp Rowsdower.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    If I watch any more Frontline, Xanax’s stock will go up a quarter point.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Where’s my RLM-branded peyote, you hack frauds!

  • Robotpals

    As an aside, a friend of mine was old-plaining about how Hot Topic doesn’t have gothy stuff anymore. I then told her that she was old-plaining about something being gone that I old-plained about.

  • Turock

    Ohh… They phased ‘She-who-can-not-be-named’ out

  • Brett Burrett

    Considering she’s a lesbian I don’t know exactly how you mean that, but I’d say yeah, probably

  • Brett Burrett

    Noooooooooooobraiiiiiiiiiinnnssss

  • Brett Burrett

    For extra points dear millenials please refer to the movie “Untouchables”.

  • Brett Burrett

    I think they have told you everything you need to know, Polymerase Chain Reaction

  • Bubs

    That was actually an alternate timeline. This is a soft reboot.

  • Robotpals

    Biggest laugh = “Thundercats?!?” They needed that one screenshot of Lion-O.

  • Robotpals

    Geoerge Romero was Martin Landau’s godfather?

  • RLMkeepitup

    you don’t see that many gothic old folks, not nearly enough

  • frankelee

    They’re not going to review Planet of the Monkeymen? Is it because Rich Evans is too racist to get through that episode in one piece?

  • EJ

    My favorite Romero factoid is that he and Fred Rogers (yes, “Mr. Rogers”) were good friends. Romero invited him to the premiere of “Night of the Living Dead” and Mr. Rogers’ verdict was, apparently, “It’s a lot of fun, George!”

  • EJ

    Goth would actually be a good look for a lot of old people. More so than some fat 30 year old, at any rate. And they’re gonna die soon, so perfect excuse to have a morbid outlook.

  • EJ

    I love how they think making three right turns instead of a left turn is madness. Clearly, they’ve never driven in L.A.

  • kensu

    Movies are long, non-interactive video presentations shown on large screens to groups of people.

  • Poopfeast420

    ‘Goofy and likeable’ is probably more appropriate than funny, but I’m willing to concede I was hung over and heavy handed when I wrote the original post. Personally I’m much more engaged when they’re giving their unique insight into why something doesn’t work, rather than just watching an air-conditioner installation video or something which was never meant to be entertainment and then making a big deal about it being shit.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    What? No Cameron Mitchell!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Are we in the SausageFest timeline?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    Fidget spinners!

  • Pop Culture Reference

    And Wizard can explain to us dumb rubes what aspect ratios and color temperatures are.

  • Pop Culture Reference

    If I write a sentence with a split infinitive, will you faint or have a stroke?

  • Pop Culture Reference

    This is America, we let the hired help do that. Then we take the credit and threaten to deport the hired help. It’s why America is awesome.

  • Dragonknightleader

    They mail it to Max Landis and he passes it onto Leo. That’s brilliant!

  • Dragonknightleader

    Or how utterly, utterly wrong he was on everything. Capitalist countries were WAY more productive, efficient, and happier while any countries with socialist economics were bad at everything.

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