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Anime and manga fandom Sports fandom Video game fandom. Professor Bueller : Many of his listeners won't be able to understand him, and those that do Joel [as Bueller] Erhardt , no! So that's what happened to him! Servo : Wow. Erhardt] : Enjoy! We'll scuttle the story and run her aground. We'll try so hard to slow the plot down! Ohhh, we'll make you a movie that's long and immense.

Way hey, slow the plot down! Just give us a script that makes no friggin' sense! He's chicken — never jumped at all. Crow [as Announcer] : What's this? He's forced his way into the announcer's booth. What's that in his hand? Oh no! Servo : Forget about life-jackets this is The 50's. Ted Husing : It read: "Want immediately one live bobcat, two cub black bears, and three six-foot diamondback rattlers.

Servo [as Harpo Marx ] : Honk! Crow [as Groucho Marx] : Make that three hard-boiled eggs. Don't you know you're wanted in Chicago?

Stories of subterranean civilizations make up just two of the four wonderfully awful films, here.

Servo [as Husing] : For voting twice? Ted Husing : Say, you made a mistake picking that tree. I'm afraid you're out of luck this time. Crow [as Bobcat] : Naaah, bite me! I will prevail! Mine is a noble race! And so Ross Allen fills one third of his day's orders.

What's next? Joel : Hurting the people you know and love? Crow : Chasing rabbits on a mini-bike until their hearts explode? Ted Husing : Now you've got a boatload of live cargo — a wildcat, three six-foot rattlers, and a couple of little teddy bears. It seems to me, I'd call it day, or call a taxi, or Teenage Caveman movie [ edit ] [A desolate prehistoric valley is shown. Joel : Not very. Joel : This script is like a telephone directory!

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Crow : But not as interesting. Someone, possibly the principal introduces the speaker in silence. Crow [as Principal] : Hello. Am I on? Is this thing on? You wanna look at that, Helen? Servo [as Matronly Woman] Joel : And Ayn Rand! Crow : chuckles maniacly Joel : Be cool! Be cool! Oh, that's good! Now let's get out of here. Oh, shoot!

I mailed it to myself! Joel : It's from Ed McMahon! It says I may already be a winner! Howya doin'? We're gonna have a great time! We're gonna be pals! It's the Woodstock of the 50s! Vic Damone's on next. Joel [as audience member] : Play "Whipping Post"! Look, look look at my crotch. Loooook at my crotch. Nearby, a lamp with Kay's name on the lampshade is seen. Narrator Joel [as Kay] : How do Pop-Tarts work? Kay : What are you doing to major in, Helen?

Louise : What are you going to take, Jean? Joel [as Jean] : I'm going to take Bob for everything he's got! Kay : You know what I'm going to do? I'm going to teach. Joel [as Kay] : Because I can't do. We have to be subjugated to men?! Voice Over : What is "Home Economics"? Crow : Boy, you'd think they would have told us by now Joel, Crow, Servo [singing] : Here we come, walking down the street Servo [singing] : It's a wonderful world when you're married, when you have a family Servo : And to re-enact the last scene from Anna Karenina.

Joel [as Ken] : Ha ha! My chick's dead! Ken : How will we do it? Rocky : Easy. Servo : Wha— wait a minute. Servo : Oh, I don't know; a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away? Crow : Yeah Joel : Yep. War of the Colossal Beast [ edit ] Mr. Servo : "A sick cookie". Joel : Oh. Joel, Servo, Crow : [singing to the background music in the opening credits] Come on and buy some crap from us You know that you want to And the white race will salute you As you prance and gad about! B Natural : Boy! Am I glad to see you!

Crow : Well, it's not mutual! B Natural : Knew your father, I did! Joel : Hey, leave my father out of this! B Natural : And your grandfather! And don't be too sure I wasn't in the garden with Mr. Servo : Yeah, you were the snake! B Natural : The spirit of music's inside all of you. Crow : No, I bathe. B Natural : In you Points straightforward while Crow imitates a missile hitting and Joel acts like he's hit [At the high school hallway, student Jim shows his new clarinet while Buzz watches. We could dance!

Crow [as Buzz] : Don't hit me! Buzz : No thanks I mean I've got a lot of reading to do. You know, that big history essay Jeanie : But that's not due for two weeks! Buzz : I know Jeanie Servo [as Buzz] I gotta finish my letter to Jodie Foster. Joel [as Buzz] : [in a whiny voice] That hurt. I'm all messed up inside. If only an androgynous man would come and visit me Servo : Meanwhile, the Midvale police visit his locker. Find out why they call him "Buzz". B Natural : Better wait 'til he calls on me, though Servo : Yeah, calls for Satan. Buzz's Mother : All right, dear. Oh, and Buzz? Crow [as Buzz's Mother] : This time, don't make so much noise when you "read.

I was popular! B Natural : Whether you know it or not, you sent for me! When you reached down to grab that music, to make yourself feel better, you awakened the spirit of music inside you! That's me , B Natural! Servo : [excited] So I'm attracted to guys now? B Natural : You sing a baby a lullaby, and it coos. Crow [as Jerry Lewis ] : The lull-a-baby-bye! B Natural is talking about joining the school band. B Natural : And wait 'til you see the kicks you get out of it, Buzz.

Servo : Kicks! B Natural : The glamour of the uniform B Natural : The thrill of traveling for a band competition Servo : The all-night coke jags in cheap motels! B Natural Crow [as Buzz] : Yeah, that's nice B Natural : When you want to show dignity, Buzz, try a French horn! Joel : Uh, Mr. B, what would you know about dignity? B Natural cavorts before the lifesized musical staff as "his" instruments play together. Servo : Ladies and gentlemen, please accept our sincere apology for all of this. Crow [as Buzz] : Forget music, I wanna dance! B dances to some music.

Servo : See, Buzz? It's really fun to be psychotic. B appears in the music store and begins talking. Crow : [in a midwestern voice] Oh cripes. Polish, polish, polish. That's what I do all day. Watch for the red man, you're wrong. Crow : This trumpet is flatlining! Joel : Say, that guy's got a way with a ballad. Crow [as radio host] : Well, the old clock on the wall says that's all for the Stridex Medicated Band hour B Natural appears and gives the "okay" symbol. Servo : Ah, but in real life, Johnny is last chair with the preschool band. War of the Colossal Beast movie [ edit ] [Joyce Manning and others, looking for her giant brother Glenn, are in a Jeep rolling down a Mexican back-country road.

Take one down, pass it around, 99 years of solitude! Servo : No, no, the whorl pattern is completely wrong. Sheriff : [upon discovering a giant footprint] Whatever made this must have been sixty feet tall. Joyce : Glen was sixty feet tall. Crow : Think there's a connection? The Unearthly [ edit ] Posture Pals short [ edit ] [as the short begins, a logo for Avis Films appears.

Servo : The story you're about to see is true. No names were changed because no one was innocent. Crow, Servo : Hi, Sally. Joel : 'Cause they're on the payroll. Joel : Yeah, they'll go to Burger King and get crappy hats. Narrator : Tommy, Jimmy, Jane, and Mary are very interested in this announcement. Servo : Hey, who wouldn't be?

Narrator : But they are not happy with what they see. Servo : They're disgusted and filled with self-loathing! Narrator : For Tommy is indeed surprised Crow [as Tommy] : No! Joel : He's got VPL. Servo : Hey, and let me tell ya Narrator : Now Jimmy is disturbed to see Crow [as Jimmy] : Nuh-uh! Nothing doing! That ain't gonna work! It's not flying with me, Pops! Narrator : He's leaning backward out of balance, just like a house about to fall. Servo [as Narrator] : Just like his dad on Friday night! Narrator : And what gives Jane her worried frown? Joel : Valium?

Narrator : Look at the board. It's plain to see that Jane must practice standing straight to grow up like a lovely tree. Servo : All of a sudden, it's iambic pentameter here. Narrator : Our Mary is a happy girl Servo : imitates repeated burping Narrator Crow : She should jut go home to bed.

Green Eggs and Ham. Servo : Thank you, Sam-I-Am. Arms swing easily at the sides. Crow : Yes, very much so. Narrator : —when Jimmy stands off-balance. Crow [as Narrator] : Tears of shame pour down Tommy's face. Joel [as Jimmy] : Ms. Tommy drew a bong! Tom : Heh-heh Narrator : At last, the big day has come. The class is taking their second posture test. Tom : Yeah, after Slim-Fast! Joel : And who will have a Sealy Posturepedic childhood. Narrator : And the other three children win the other posture crowns.

Servo : Definitely a fix. Narrator : Don't you agree that these four children deserve to win after trying so hard to improve their postures? Joel, Crow, Servo : NO! Crow : Their chances of ever being cool are ruined for life. Appreciating Our Parents short [ edit ] [Little Tommy examines his neatened room. He looks in his closet. Servo [as Narrator] Joel [as Narrator] : Tommy's the Lathe of Heaven. The Unearthly movie [ edit ] [The camera focuses on Dr. Conway lantern-jawed John Carradine as he reassures new patient Grace. Conway's office for an appointment. Gilchrist turns to enter Dr.

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Conway's inner office. Conway's mournful after-dinner organ performance, Mark gets up to check on Natalie. Crow [as Mark] : Yeah, that's why I'm leavin'. Servo [as Groucho] : I can't think of anything else! Conway's guests. Joel : Well said. Conway's dim-witted servant Lobo occupied. Girmar : Must we go to sleep now, Father?

I want to see Santa Claus some more. Bomar : I want to see more toys! Kimar : No, go to sleep! Cricket lighter. Servo : [in nerdy voice] You know… if they cancel Battlestar Galactica , I'm gonna kill myself. Santa's going to whimper like a whipped pup. Joel [as Santa] : Don't worry, we'll give them to dyslexic kids. Girmar : Look, Santa!

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Joel [as Santa] : We'll have to sell this stuff to Wham-O! Crow : Santa Claus, killed in Vietnam. Forrester : Ohhh, Frank! What a lovely watchband! This must have set you back a pretty penny! TV's Frank : Well, actually, I, eh… didn't have any money, so I… took the liberty of hocking your Rolex and… to pay for that, heh heh… Dr. Forrester : You… hocked… my… Rolex. TV's Frank : Yah… Dr. Forrester : Well, it's the thought that counts. Open your gift. TV's Frank : Oh, boy! I bet it's a book! Forrester : Yes, it is a book, Frank.

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Oh, Henry! This is the sheriff's office! Crow : Office?! That's a car. I might need you. Max : I'm going off duty for the day. Holly : Oh sure, a loner, I got the scene. Just reading the classified ads in the local motel until Dick Powell comes running down the television alley at midnight with a gun in his hand.

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Trumball : You got a warrant, sheriff? Servo [as Sheriff Kyle] : Yeah, I got a made-for-tv warrant right here. Crow : I hear his theme music, he's around here somewhere McAlister : I am not for hire. Okasa : We are all for hire. In dark times McAlister : The dark times have gone. Servo : You guys speaking in haiku all of a sudden??? Servo : We'll be the judge of that. Max : We're being followed!

Servo [as McAllister] : Of course we are! We're in an action-packed, made-for-tv movie! Take a turn here on Steven J. Cannell Boulevard! Max : Don't tell me why they're following us. I like surprises. Crow : Well, here's a surprise Servo [as Okasa] : Damn. He knows Doug Henning. Max : You all right? Joel [as McAllister] : I'm fine, but I'm out 20 bucks.

Let's head back to the magic shop. Check it out. Are you? Carrie : Yeah, I'm here. Oh Max, a long day. Max : I hear ya. Nothing comes. Season 4 [ edit ] Space Travelers [ edit ] [The astronauts are discussing sleeping to preserve oxygen] Crow : Well I have sleep apnea so I won't need much. Chase : [singing] The Lord said, "Laugh, laugh, laugh! The horror! Servo : That makes thirty dollars! He's a little depressed. Morrissey : [turns to Dr.

Forrester] He hurt me with that remark. Did I mention that I cried? We're basically evil, granted, but a lot of what we say is just good-natured ribbing. Morrissey : Well, it hurt me. Morrissey : This is a song that I wrote in a time in my life when I was very, very, very sad. Breakfast, actually. It's called "Hairdresser in a Coma": I cried last night, I died a million deaths.

Thinking of your sweet face, and the way you sing. I cried inside, we lied and died. And then I cried again. I must have weep for hours Servo [as Yogi] : Oh Jeez, I told you to floss!

Joel : This guy's just funny, you can't explain it Servo : He'll pass a stone in a minute that'll make ya howl. It's good! Joel : Oh, this is so offensive on so many levels. Not allowed. Crow : The illegal smuggling of mimes. Nobody ever talks about it. Joel [as Woody] : Oh yeah?

Well you're a Mick : I mean, back where you came from you may be somethin', but— Crow [as Woody] : Nope. Pretty much squat there, too. Mick : We ain't stupid. Bolo : Nobody's calling anybody stupid, Mick. Crow : Not on screen anyway. Teenagers from Outer Space [ edit ] [The mature alien captain emerges from the spaceship.

Spacecraft Captain : We are the supreme race! We have the supreme weapons! Servo [as Captain] : We have the supreme pizzas! By the elements alone, they will grow to millions of times their original size in less time than it takes for the sun to rise and fall. Robot : You mean a day? Crow : Ahh, turn Rush Limbaugh off!

Betty : Where are you from Derek? Joel [as Derek] : A place called "Studsville". Population: "Me". Servo : Yes, about a kajillion times! Clown 1 : Ooohhh Joel holds a pair of wire cutters and prepares to snip a wire. I came up with this Holo-Clown Sequencer to cheer up the Bots but now I can't get it to shut off and it's getting hard to sleep at night and I'm tasting metal! Clown 2 : [to Gypsy] Hey, little girl! Do you want a salted nut roll? Stop screaming! You think I like being stuck in limbo with you?

Get on your orange and yellow knees and kiss my clown feet that I haven't killed you!! I wish we had more like him! My research also fuels my teaching. As a teacher or rhetoric and writing, I want to help students become sophisticated critics of and contributors to the worlds of rhetorical text that surround them. I want students to understand themselves as writers speaking in meaningful conversation with other writers.

I want students to merge their own interests and experience with an intellectually rich appreciation of rhetorical invention, style, and audience awareness. I believe, further, that undergraduate writing should be read, discussed, and celebrated as writing. A Michigan native, hockey fan, and insufferable cold-weather snob, I now live in Norman, OK, with my wife, cats, hamster, guitars, and books. You are commenting using your WordPress.