The filmmakers seem to have hired an Iron Butterfly cover band to do the soundtrack, which makes all the dangerous risk-taking seem alluring..
In this dangerous world, God help all kids who don't have a child-sized cat friend with feline Tourette's Syndrome.
So popular, they have been collected on DVD.
Not to be confused with this other "Charlie says!"
Electricity: too cheap to meter!
'Dr. Rich Lather' commercial - Englewood Hospital from Kurt Ritta on Vimeo.
See, here's what I don't understand: when the two hands are shown scrubbing towards the end, are they the same intelligent face-bearing hands depicted earlier, bashing their facial features against one another till they all fall off? I mean, that's the logic of this nightmare world, right? But if so, where's the screaming?
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Those crazy mixed-up kids and their wacky venereal diseases....
Our simpleton from "Coughs and Sneezes" returns.
If these hams weren't so delicious looking, I'd rank these videos even higher
on the boredom scale
we have explored here before. Philip Jones is the new maestro of the somnolence-inducing monologue.
And I thought the whole point of a spiral-cut ham was, "no carving involved"...?
It's that time of the year again!