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  1. Kirstie’s last name in the movie, Ubriacco, means “drunk” in Italian. Maybe a little glimpse into the state of anyone involved in the making of this film?
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    Episode 165 - Ninja Terminator: LIVE!

    The ninja master/santa claus from the opening scene didn't really sell me as the leader of an "evil empire" that needed to be overthrown. He just laughed and smiled a lot.
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    Episode 165 - Ninja Terminator: LIVE!

    I was just going to comment on the last picture. We've already seen Blondie and the Professor's faces in that scene, why just have their hands in view? That solves it. I think it's worth noting my favorite quote from the movie, from that scene. After showing Blondie the bomb and explaining its sophistication. Blondie: "But will it blow my enemies up?" Professor: "Well I'd say, SKY HIGH, eh? Heheheheh"
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    Episode 165 - Ninja Terminator: LIVE!

    A few things about the robot-delivered VHS tapes: When the Sweaty Steve Irwin ninja gets his hara-kiri video, he is in his ninja gear practicing his stances... or... whatever. We then cut to him popping in the tape and then sits on his couch. SHIRTLESS. Is it me, or did it seem like he was prepping for a jerk-sesh? When Harry and his wife are watching the snuff film, the camera angle changes from Machiko getting beaten to her first-person perspective. Is this just a Godfrey Ho cut-and-paste or did they hand her the camera while they were interrogating her?
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    Episode 157 - Surf Ninjas: LIVE!

    Did anybody else think it was the ninjas burping in the first attack, and not Iggy belching offscreen after his "anchovy omelet"?
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    Episode 147 - Gamer: LIVE!

    I also thought the "nut butter" dialogue was a set-up for some retort a la "Deez Nuts". Did anyone make mention of jokingly asking his sister "wanna make out?"? Gross.
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    Episode 146 - Dreamcatcher

    I was more concerned with him not taking ANY type of cover, despite, being in, you know, a fucking forest. If they were in the desert, an open field, I get it. But here? I thought the Buckos were "better" than "regular Army"!
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    Episode 146 - Dreamcatcher

    I would have appreciated a flashback scene where Pete pisses all of his friends' names in perfect cursive. Or, even better, "No Bounce, No Play".
  9. Theory: there have been at least 20 Kabai Senghs. Senghs are just as shitty at their pirating as Phantoms are at superheroing.
  10. I have to believe that the bridge holding onto the truck is just a testament to the outstanding craftsmanship of the Rope People. Two recurring HTDGM movie tropes worth noticing: Cabbie sidekicks: Jewels from the Phantom, Peter Boyle in the Shadow, and, of course, Pretzy. Using weapons as a tool instead of a, you know, a weapon. I'm not just talking about the Phantom's guns here. Just like in Ninja Turtles 2, during the Pirate Adventures sword fight, the heroes would only use their swords as a shield, opting instead to punch, kick or elbow complete strangers who are actively trying to STAB THEM TO DEATH!
  11. "If you lived here, you'd have rockin' frog tits"
  12. The human scavenger from the first scene of the movie apparently named "The Poor Dufus". This is getting more Fury Road by the minute - I think we can safely assume that George Miller created the Doof Warrior based on that character's name alone. When R-squared and Sandahl Bergman enter Frogtown, there's a sign: "Welcome to Frogtown - If you lived here, you'd be ___" The blank is smudged out. What in the Sam Hell did it say???
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    Episode 133 - The Quest

    Omission: I'm surprised you guys didn't talk about the sumo wrestler's titty jiggle/waterbed sound effects that accompanied almost every one of his movements. I was also a big fan of the shot of the two fat sumo kids that accompanied him to the tournament. Come to think of it, he was probably the most nuanced fighter in the film, and that is saying very little.
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    Episode 127 - Kazaam: LIVE!

    Agreed. This guy is pretty much a watered-down version of Crisp from Kindergarten Cop. Max should be terrified of his dad.
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    Episode 127 - Kazaam: LIVE!

    When Shaq shows up for the impromptu Flying French Toast breakfast, he introduces himself to Max's mom as "Jefferson Allensworth Lamb: Jefferson for he who founded our fine constitution, Allensworth for he who founded a community of free blacks, and Lamb, because I like to eat lamb chops." What the fuck? This is basically saying "Hi, I'm a giant stranger that just made up his first, middle and last name. PS I showered in your son's bedroom." Far too trusting, Max's mom!