Importance of Advertising
The city has 1.5M people.
The company that made the shoes (or the heels anyway) sells hundreds of thousands in that area PER WEEK?!
Those people gotta take better care of their shoes!!
Who is the sharper sleuth: Detective Lewis, or Lieutenant Matt Carson?
6:35 "But despite an appealing package…" I wish I had an appealing package… :-(…
One of their best episodes
"This balance of power keeps ice cream in check!"
"I had a story in Highlights!" this joke bring me endless joy
Could someone re-upload this episode in HD, this quality is awful.
OK….if I've got this right, the doctor believes that the "so-called" dead can be communicated with. I can understand someone wanting to communicate with the dead part– but what's with the "so-called" part? I always though that being dead was like being pregnant: either you are or you're not. You can't just be a little bit dead and then try to fool everyone by saying that you're completely dead. (or visa versa) Right? RIGHT?!? Or am I missing something?
"Complete history of transistors . Oh I'm in for the evening"
Gosh I need a Krasker cut.
Crows solo slaps
"Where did you get the crossbow?"
"From Metro Archery in Blaine!" – Tom Servo
Churchill called it
13:20 who was doing the whistling? it was weird how faint it got
A Haiku For You
I Am The DevilAnd I Pay My Rent On TimeCrossbows And Rene
Whoa irksome and stunning nice vibes cool special effects whoever made this I would like to thank you so much for the movie
54:28 – 54:35That is a long-ass name. 😛
Churchill was right…
How does the film manage to make a murder mystery involving contacting the dead so utterly, mesmerisingly boring and tedious? The bloody freezer advert was more engaging!
My bad. I used the wrong verb tense in that last post.
They said they wanted a complete autopsy. There is an arrow in her chest. It is just funny how matter of fact this films are.
“These convenient, horizontal shelves…”
31:20 the time when negligèes were for indor use only …
Artichoke … Artichoke!
The Leni Riefenstahl line … awesome!
And by using really beautiful blondes, the US was converted from eating the delicious steak with potatoes – like the one John Wayne has in "The Man Who Killed Liberty Vallance" – to barbecueing hamburgers and hotdogs …
lol! Mount Pilot!
I wonder how many people got the 2001: A Space Odyssey reference at 7:30.
Great legs on the Selling Wizard, and no mistake. And that automatic defrosting mechanism in the freezer cabinet? Phworrrr!
Don't rot away Renee…🎵
You know I don't mind this movie so much. Call me crazy but it wasn't that painful. Riffing was excellent though.
49:40 Crow's line is so wrong but goddamned hilarious nonetheless
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