Bizarre Beavis and Butt-Head Theories That Change Everything
I’m willing to buy that they might be cousins….. or maybe even half brothers…
The ” fetal alcohol syndrome” theory sort of adds up…
I just did a youtube search on ” high end auto repair shop commercial” and got:
Business Spotlight- New Hub Auto Service
A&G Auto Service & Repair commercial
How The Young Ones Changed Comedy (26th May 2018)
The Young Ones was a BBC sitcom shown via BBC Two from 1982 to 1984.
The NBC Saturday Morning Preview Revue (1974)
I cant find anything online about the origin of all those slightly sexualized string puppets. I dont see how they could have made all that just for this one TV Special, surely those puppets were part of some already established act somewhere. At a theme park maybe?
The credits say “Krofft Puppeteers” but that would just be the really big suit puppets we associate with Kroft wouldnt it? Who did those string marionettes?
Oh wait I just watched another youtube video about ” Krofft vs McDonalds” and we see a shot of Sid and Marty Krofft with a string puppet behind them… heres a video documentary with a string puppet on the wall:
OK so the Kroffts did all that. But I still think the vegas showgirls and the circus skit must have existed before this.
“Star Wars: Underworld” test footage + Making Of
Reportedly a live-action series that takes place between the events of ‘Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith’ and ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’.
I have some thoughts about the episode “Akiva’s Portrait“ (season one episode 7).
In one key scene, a Haredim man sees all the various cash in Gitti’s apartment. He comes back a few minutes later with a stocking over his head and a box cutter in his hand. He attempts armed robbery against Gitti. All Gitti has to do is yell at the robber passionately enough to get him to run away.
It is amusing enough that all she had to do was yell at him. He was armed with a sharp object and was ( presumably) physically stronger than her. But her passionate “mama bear” energy was enough to get rid of him.
What is interesting is that this is a TV show about a group of people who themselves never watch television. None of them have TV’s in their homes. I’m sure they know what TV is, and may have seen some bits of TV programs in their lives. But they don’t live in front of it like most Americans do.
The average “westerner” like most of us has seen dozens, if not hundreds or maybe even thousands of crime TV shows. Whether it was scripted dramas or documentary shows, there is hardly any kind of violent crime we haven’t seen or heard described in detail on TV. We have seen countless robberies and seen how the Police catch robbers, and the things ineffective robbers have done to get caught and the things clever, effective robbers do to get away with their crimes.
Although I hope none of us would ever DO any violent crimes, we know LOTS of ways to do do it. If one of us sees a TV show or even just reads a newspaper story about a crime, we can see right away what they did right or wrong.
When that Haredim man came back with a box cutter, I could barely tell he even had a stocking on his head. Its 100% obvious who it was, it was the same guy from the previous scene.
If this happened in an average American neighborhood, the crook would have thought of dozens of ways to rob that money.
He wouldn’t come right back, he wouldn’t wear the exact same clothes… he would have come up with a better disguise than just a stocking ( and where would a Haredim man even GET a woman’s stocking? Haredim women don’t wear those do they?) .
He might have waited outside the apartment a while to see if the women had left, or would have thought of the dozens of other criminal techniques he had “learned” from TV. Gotten a better knife or gun…. and used much more violence and aggression, something else “learned” from western TV.
Don’t lie, you googled plancks constant after seeing Stranger Things Season 3
you probably misspelled it…
its is plancks not planks
and oh yeah:
if you called the phone number that you saw on Murrays Rotary Dial number 6186258313 you would hear:
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Script by Joshua Martin and Matt Kordelski.
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Theres a documentary out wherein many Indian Americans feel the Simpsons character ” Apu” is a hurtful racist stereotype.
They are entitled to their opinion, and only they can say how they feel.
I think Apu was the first Indian character ever seen on American TV. (Wasn’t he? was there an earlier character?) He works in a convenience store, “Indians work in convenience stores” is a common generality. But how is he negative?
He seems to be a very hard working man. In fact he seems to work at his store 24 hours a day. No matter when a Springfield citizen goes to the Quickie Mart, Apu is there, he doesn’t seem to have any outside employees who cover the night shift.
He is also seen to be a good father, husband and citizen. In fact he is shown to be a much better person than Homer or almost anyone else in Springfield.
Is the main problem his voice? His accent? Is it the fact that it is a white actor doing the voice of an Indian man? Would the the same complaint be there is it were an Indian actor playing the part?
White actors playing African Americans in “mush mouf” / “stepin fetchit” minstrel show black face was a huge problem for African Americans for decades.
Its not done anymore, no one would dare. Singer Harry Connick Jr was a judge on an Australian TV talent show and some Australians did a Jackson 5 spoof done up in minstrel show black face. Connick, who we can assume has been working with the finest African American musicians in the world, was appalled that this kind of act was still being done.
Fair enough, good on Harry. Until someone pointed out that Connick himself once appeared in blackface in a MAD TV sketch….
Does this make Harry Connick Jr a two faced hyprocrite? Or is it a matter of degrees. Harry Connick Jr did NOT appear in Minstrel Show BlackFace, but rather in relatively realistic light brown make up and relatively realistic curley black wig.
In the movie “Tropic Thunder” Robert Downey Junior plays an ACTOR playing the part of an African American character in some kind of parody of “PLATOON”. The producers and Downey HAD to know they would be scrutinized for this. Downeys makeup is very realistic, you could forgive someone for not knowing it is a white actor. Its so well done that I think many folks might assume its just a Black man in the part.
I never heard any complaints from the Black Community about “Tropic Thunder”. Some white media personalities tried to stir the pot and ask Black celebrities if they were offended by “Tropic Thunder”. Most said they didn’t care, they thought it was funny. they thought Downey was a great actor.
Maybe its that by the time “Tropic Thunder” came out there were plenty of other Black faces in positive roles all across TV and movie screens. You could get away with “Tropic Thunder” in 2008, whereas you couldn’t get away with it in the 50’s or 60s.
Tropic Thunder ‘s IMDB page
Tropic Thunder ‘s Wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropic_Thunder
So perhaps the problem some have with Apu is that he was the first and at the time ONLY Indian character on TV. And decades after the Simpsons premiere, he is, amazingly, STILL one of the ONLY Indian characters on TV.
No one complains when white actors do parody’s of other European ethnic stereotypes… How many times have we seen white actors do exageratted French accents, German accents, Scottish accents and no one says anything. But they have a right to that because…. They are white?
( Although a small but vocal group of Italian Americans who complain that Italians rarely appear as anything but mobsters).
Also notice there is a mild scandal if a white actor does a SPANISH accent or dresses up as a SPANISH person……. look at a map folks…. SPAIN is in EUROPE! Its right next to Italy.
Everyone loved Spanish actor Antonio Banderas playing a Mexican in ZORRO. Sure they share a common language, but Spain and Mexico are separate countries, thousands of miles apart, and, for the most part, separate ethnicities. On a separate but related note, many Mexican Americans, Mexican nationals and other South American will say that English is a language forced on them and they should be addressed in their native tongue… Spanish.
IMDB page for the movie ZORRO: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120746/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
Now please enjoy Spanish actor Antonio Banderas and British actor Anthony Hopkins playing Mexicans in ZORRO:
Spanish is just as much a foreign language forced upon Mexico and South America as English is.
Spain was a foreign European superpower who “colonized” (invaded) South America and forced their language on the locals just as much as England was.
I see many more Indian actors and comedians in movies and TV now than then. And none of them talk like Apu. But I still can’t think of any major Indian characters on TV. There is Apu on the Simpsons, the side character Raj on BIG BANG THEORY and…. thats it isn’t it?
IMDB page for Kunal Navyar : https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2471798/?ref_=tt_cl_t5