Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by trekkiedane, Jun 8, 2007.
How did that get by the censors in 1966?! I mean, wow, Scotty - in several scenes - is trying to avoid corpsing, just how many retakes did they have to do because Shatner or Nimoy flubbed a line as a joke! And what was the joke since it was so good that hapless Doohan is still smirking for the second half of the scene?!
"Eye of the Tiger" played by a dot matrix printer
R.I.P. to internet sensation Rambro the Angry Ram. Time finally caught up to the ornery old cuss. His (at least) 2 equally obnoxious sons (Dodge and Thunder) will carry on his legacy. I'll miss him.
Conan O'Brien decides to find out why one of his employees keeps showing up late:
(I mean, aside from the shirt thing, the guys just seems like a dick)
A man tries to save a man who turns out to be a Christmas decoration:
Michael Rapaport's NSFW narration of an old møøse video is hi-larryous.
The problem with dance shows is that we never know if they're all wearing enough anti-antiperspirant and deodorant while dancing under those very bright and hot incandescent studio lights...
Confession time: I love "Let It Go" from Frozen waaayyy more than someone who is not in the target demographic age range probably should. Of course, it hopefully goes without saying that I also love Star Trek. I recently stumbled across this Star Trek-themed "Let It Go" parody song on YouTube, and thought I would share it with you.
This is pretty brilliant. If you like "Let It Go" and Star Trek, then you need this in your life.
Debs & Errol - "Make It So"
I'll call your bluff with the wrath of...
That's right kids, ABBA and the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers got a hotel room and they're the result. Not too shabby...
Bonus: What Doctor Who in 1984 might have been like if Americans made it before conjuring up Bill&Ted... complete with Lily Tomlin homage because they're not a bunch of ringie-dingies
(Midnight Star, almost as good as the Pointer Sisters...)
More Conan O'Brien: Evil/dirty Santa:
Note: The following contains spoilers. Do not watch if you prefer to waste tons of hours trying to figure out the game via walkthroughs, three decade-old magazine articles, et cetera:
You don't need to buy bombs either, the bulldog critters, which you'll see by the 4:30 mark, often drop them. Save up for the ring and top-end magic shield... but I suspect everyone already knows that.
(Worth it for a barrage of bad puns alone, but I can think of worse things...)
Just imagine if the US NES console had the sound expansion built in... The US version is good, but the Famicom original balances out and adds so much more...
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