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    EPISODE 106 — Deep Blue Sea: LIVE!

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but the sharks at Aquatica are supposed to be Mako sharks right? In the beginning Thomas Jane pulls a license plate from a shark that clearly has the markings of a tiger shark. The shark looks nothing like a greyish-blue mako shark. If I'm wrong and there is a Tiger Shark at the complex, there was still a design flaw in the robotic shark. The extremely expensive robotic shark. A tiger sharks nose is flat and blunt where as a makos nose is pointy. Aside from the fact that they are both sharks, they look completely different. ... and my mom said that reading all those shark books from the public library was a waste of time. Tiger Shark: Shark from Deep Blue Sea: Mako Shark (note the blue-grey color):
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    EPISODE 103 — Zardoz

    While listening to the HDTGM team trying to figure out what Zardoz was about, I was reminded of another film that has a similar plot line. In 1988, Donald G. Jackson wrote and directed "Hell Comes To Frogtown," a movie that is set in a post apocalyptic world starring WWE superstar "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. Due to nuclear fallout, there are very few fertile men and women in the new world but a band of warrior-nurses form to track down the fertile men for breeding stock. Piper plays a character named Sam Hell, a wanderer who is tracked and captured by the nurses because of all the pregnant women he left in his wake. I can only assume that one or two of them were raped Connery style. The nurses only want Hell for his sperm and fit him with an explosive cod-piece in case he tries to escape. He is then forced to rescue captured fertile women from a group of outcast mutants, who are forced to live in the deserts away from civilization. The head nurse -played by Sandahl Bergman- originally has no interest in Hell, but soon falls victim to his sexuality and the two presumably fall in love. So we have a badass running around banging everyone, who is then captured by powerful women and forced into doing their bidding, and an outcast group punished by banishment. Could it be the Donald G. Jackson is a fan of Zardoz and used the movie as inspiration for his own tale? Maybe I'm only seeing the similarities because I want too. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hell_Comes_to_Frogtown http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zardoz