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Celestial Healer wrote:
Sebastian, has anyone ever told you your enthusiasm, like so much about you, is infectious?

That explains where that rash came from. *scratches himself*

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I told you, it's just a coldsore, ignore the puss oozing out of it.

Liberty's Edge

Celestial Healer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Sebastian, has anyone ever told you your enthusiasm, like so much about you, is infectious?
Oh it could oh so be much worse, and you know it.
I'm serious. The show was before my time, I've never seen it, but Sebastian's enthusiasm makes me want to. Anything that could make him giddy like a schoolgirl has to be worth checking out.

Boomerang brings back things you would hope your parents (or loved ones :P) would never see again. I never want to watch Top Cat again.

Liberty's Edge

Sebastian wrote:
I told you, it's just a coldsore, ignore the puss oozing out of it.

It's kind of hard to do so, it's a lot.

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Sebastian, has anyone ever told you your enthusiasm, like so much about you, is infectious?
Oh it could oh so be much worse, and you know it.
I'm serious. The show was before my time, I've never seen it, but Sebastian's enthusiasm makes me want to. Anything that could make him giddy like a schoolgirl has to be worth checking out.

I find it's best watched in fast forward. Then you can say "Holy s~!&, did snakes just come shooting out of the GGBRW's astronaut helmet," back it up, and confirm that, yes, indeed, that just happened.

Silver Crusade

Sebastian wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Sebastian, has anyone ever told you your enthusiasm, like so much about you, is infectious?
Oh it could oh so be much worse, and you know it.
I'm serious. The show was before my time, I've never seen it, but Sebastian's enthusiasm makes me want to. Anything that could make him giddy like a schoolgirl has to be worth checking out.
I find it's best watched in fast forward. Then you can say "Holy s#%#, did snakes just come shooting out of the GGBRW's astronaut helmet," back it up, and confirm that, yes, indeed, that just happened.

ROFL

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May have found a fix for my HD starter problem. I installed a push button switch on the starter. Now all I need is for it to act up again so I can test it out.

Of course if it doesn't work, the placement of said button will leave me with only the option of push starting it. And that, is not fun.

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Gary 23 wrote:
taig wrote:
I noticed that, Gary.

The Gary notice you noticing The Gary.

All Hail The Gary!

The thing that made me laugh is last night I crept up behind Gary 23 and set a Nuka-Grenade in Gary 23's inventory and watched it explode. He blew into 6 pieces. :)


*blink*

Thundarr rules. That is all!

*blink*

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And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.

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Wolfthulhu wrote:

May have found a fix for my HD starter problem. I installed a push button switch on the starter. Now all I need is for it to act up again so I can test it out.

Of course if it doesn't work, the placement of said button will leave me with only the option of push starting it. And that, is not fun.

Why would HoustonDerek need a switch installed in him? How would you go about push starting him anyway? ;)

Silver Crusade

Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.

Heh. The first thing I did was suggest he had a disease, and then I compared him to a schoolgirl.

I'm such a good FAWTLy friend.

Scarab Sages

Sebastian wrote:

  • The Earth suffered almost complete destruction in the far off year of 1994 when a comet sucked off the atmosphere!
  • The Moon was broken in half by the comet that destroyed the Earth.
  • 2,000 years later, Earth is full of magic and the ruins of civilization (which ruins are still standing, mostly undamaged, despite the passage of so much time).
  • Thundarr fought a wizard wearing an astronaut helmet, who turned out to be, I s&## you not, a robot, who then turned out to be a glowing green brain in a robot body.
  • That point bears repeating: they fought a glowing, green, pulsating brain robot wizard (GGPBRW).
  • While fighting the GGPBRW, Thundarr cuts off its robot hand, to which the GGPBRW responds "You cannot hurt me." Uh, he just cut off your f~!@ing hand - I think he can hurt you.
  • While in a spaceship, going into orbit, they cut a hole in the ground, and leaped out, on horseback, landing in the water, and suffering no adverse effects.
  • He has a light saber.
  • They fought rat men who were riding motorcyles and wielding clubs that shoot laser beams in the ruins of Manhattan.
  • A bad guy animiated the Planet of the Apes-esque ruins of the Statue of Liberty, which attacked the heroes, including by shooting flames from its torch.
  • Say it with me: Robot wizard.

It was his "fabulous Sun Sword".

I loved that show. I was 11 when it first came out. I'll admit that watching it now is a little painful. But at least it didn't have quite so many corny "...and the moral of the story today is..." stuff that was in so many other cartoons of the times (like Thundercats). I vaguely remember the werewolf episode, the episode in Las Vegas, the giant statue of liberty that shot flames, the episode where Ariel got old and shrank, and wasn't there some "race" episode?

And what kid didn't want a lizard/dinosaur/horse?

I'm actually very surprised that it isn't out on DVD yet...

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Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Thundarr rules. That is all!

*blink*

Sheeeeeeet, She-Ra would kick Thundarr's ass. In fact I think Rainbow Bright might have done it before too.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.

Heh. The first thing I did was suggest he had a disease, and then I compared him to a schoolgirl.

I'm such a good FAWTLy friend.

And as we see here the people of FAWTL greet each other in the traditional way, with a series of several swift kicks to the groin.

Silver Crusade

I'm off. Take care, all!

The Exchange

Moorluck wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:

May have found a fix for my HD starter problem. I installed a push button switch on the starter. Now all I need is for it to act up again so I can test it out.

Of course if it doesn't work, the placement of said button will leave me with only the option of push starting it. And that, is not fun.

Why would HoustonDerek need a switch installed in him? How would you go about push starting him anyway? ;)

Well, you start with a trip maneuver and if that doesn't work you push him down the damn hill...

Or I could be talking about my Harley you smart arse. :p

Scarab Sages

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

Shadow Lodge

Sebastian wrote:
0gre wrote:
Sebastian you have just savaged my favorite childhood show... I'm going to go cry now.

Weren't you a teenager in 1980, when it came out? Shouldn't you have been doing teenage things like...uh...playing D&D, instead of watching cartoons.

Also, I love that show. I've commanded the puny AI that operates my DVR to record every episode that airs.

WTF, first you savage my childhood, then you try to age me 5 years. I'm old enough already!!

The Exchange

Moff Rimmer wrote:

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

The Equalizer

The Rifleman
Punky Brewster
What? I had a crush on Punky, so what?

The Exchange

Wolfthulhu wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:

May have found a fix for my HD starter problem. I installed a push button switch on the starter. Now all I need is for it to act up again so I can test it out.

Of course if it doesn't work, the placement of said button will leave me with only the option of push starting it. And that, is not fun.

Why would HoustonDerek need a switch installed in him? How would you go about push starting him anyway? ;)

Well, you start with a trip maneuver and if that doesn't work you push him down the damn hill...

Or I could be talking about my Harley you smart arse. :p

Oh, that makes a lot more sense! :D

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0gre wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
0gre wrote:
Sebastian you have just savaged my favorite childhood show... I'm going to go cry now.

Weren't you a teenager in 1980, when it came out? Shouldn't you have been doing teenage things like...uh...playing D&D, instead of watching cartoons.

Also, I love that show. I've commanded the puny AI that operates my DVR to record every episode that airs.

WTF, first you savage my childhood, then you try to age me 5 years. I'm old enough already!!

Like I always say, If you're old enough to get into the strip clubs, then you're old enough.

Of course I also say, If she's old enough to drive, then she's old enough to....
(j/k)

The Exchange

Moorluck wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

The Equalizer

The Rifleman
Punky Brewster
What? I had a crush on Punky, so what?

Had? Hell, I still do!

Hotness


Moorluck wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Thundarr rules. That is all!

*blink*

Sheeeeeeet, She-Ra would kick Thundarr's ass. In fact I think Rainbow Bright might have done it before too.

DEMON DOGS!

The Exchange

Wolfthulhu wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

The Equalizer

The Rifleman
Punky Brewster
What? I had a crush on Punky, so what?

Had? Hell, I still do!

Hotness

Yeah, and that's AFTER the breast reduction!

(That ought to be against the law if you ask me.)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Thundarr rules. That is all!

*blink*

Sheeeeeeet, She-Ra would kick Thundarr's ass. In fact I think Rainbow Bright might have done it before too.
DEMON DOGS!

What?

Dark Archive Bella Sara Charter Superscriber

Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.

Thanks, good to be back, though it may be a brief stay. The eye of the s**%storm.


The Road Kill Jesse James wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

*blink*

Thundarr rules. That is all!

*blink*

Sheeeeeeet, She-Ra would kick Thundarr's ass. In fact I think Rainbow Bright might have done it before too.
DEMON DOGS!
What?

Lords of Light!

Dark Archive Bella Sara Charter Superscriber

Moff Rimmer wrote:


And what kid didn't want a lizard/dinosaur/horse?

In my first 3.0 campaign, the second adventure involved the PCs finding and rescuing their horses. One of the horses was an "orc warhorse" and I described it just like the horse from Thundarr.

The player loved that horse.

Scarab Sages

Sebastian wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.
Thanks, good to be back, though it may be a brief stay.

Off to watch Fifth Element?

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Let there be *click*!


Sebastian wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:


And what kid didn't want a lizard/dinosaur/horse?

In my first 3.0 campaign, the second adventure involved the PCs finding and rescuing their horses. One of the horses was an "orc warhorse" and I described it just like the horse from Thundarr.

The player loved that horse.

What manner of mutant horse is this? No matter! Ookla! You ride the one horn!

Ariel! Ookla! RIIIIDE!


Moorluck wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

The Equalizer

The Rifleman
Punky Brewster
What? I had a crush on Punky, so what?

Who didn't? Er, ummm.....yeah, I totally stand by that. :)

Dark Archive Bella Sara Charter Superscriber

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.
Thanks, good to be back, though it may be a brief stay.
Off to watch Fifth Element?

That falls in the category of so bad it should be purged from humanity, lest it bring shame to our civilization upon being viewed by our descendants.

The Exchange

Sebastian wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.
Thanks, good to be back, though it may be a brief stay.
Off to watch Fifth Element?
That falls in the category of so bad it should be purged from humanity, lest it bring shame to our civilization upon being viewed by our descendants.

I'm glad someone actually shares my view. Most of my friends around here love that damn movie...

Scarab Sages

Sebastian wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.
Thanks, good to be back, though it may be a brief stay.
Off to watch Fifth Element?
That falls in the category of so bad it should be purged from humanity, lest it bring shame to our civilization upon being viewed by our descendants.

Note to self -- bring Fifth Element to show Sebastian's son next time in California. Check.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

I have a feeling this may be the best *click* ever!

Spoiler:
Well, at least until I get that remote working...

Scarab Sages

shuffles through the thread while considering running a marathon of Thundarr episodes and following it up with The Fifth Element


Sebastian wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.
Thanks, good to be back, though it may be a brief stay.
Off to watch Fifth Element?
That falls in the category of so bad it should be purged from humanity, lest it bring shame to our civilization upon being viewed by our descendants.

So, how would you rate Hudson Hawk?

Personally, I found it entertaining.


Moff Rimmer wrote:

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

Max Headroom


Wolfthulhu wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

The Equalizer

The Rifleman
Punky Brewster
What? I had a crush on Punky, so what?

Had? Hell, I still do!

Hotness

Wow! She could stand to eat something, but wow.

Scarab Sages

Mmmmmmm.....hot chick.

Scarab Sages

Sharoth wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

Max Headroom

That's in two days. Better get my order in...

Liberty's Edge

Moff Rimmer wrote:
This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Nobody ever reads my posts... :(

But yeah, I remember when Soleil Moon Frye had guest-starred on the Wonder Years as the first girl in the class that got breasts. ;)

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Sebastian, has anyone ever told you your enthusiasm, like so much about you, is infectious?
Oh it could oh so be much worse, and you know it.
I'm serious. The show was before my time, I've never seen it, but Sebastian's enthusiasm makes me want to. Anything that could make him giddy like a schoolgirl has to be worth checking out.

Oh it is.

The Exchange

Wolfthulhu wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.
Thanks, good to be back, though it may be a brief stay.
Off to watch Fifth Element?
That falls in the category of so bad it should be purged from humanity, lest it bring shame to our civilization upon being viewed by our descendants.
I'm glad someone actually shares my view. Most of my friends around here love that damn movie...

That movie is the biggest piece of junk ever to his celluloid. I would rather be tortured with Plan nine from outer space or just about any Ed Wood flick then to suffer another minute of that crappolla.

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The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
And Sebastian's Back! Welcome back buddy.
Thanks, good to be back, though it may be a brief stay.
Off to watch Fifth Element?
That falls in the category of so bad it should be purged from humanity, lest it bring shame to our civilization upon being viewed by our descendants.

So, how would you rate Hudson Hawk?

Personally, I found it entertaining.

The scene where they time the theft to the song and snap their fingers to the beat the entire way through had me rolling.

The Exchange

Sharoth wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Here are a few of my favorites that haven't made it yet -- what are yours?

The secret adventures of Jules Verne
Max Headroom
Brimstone

Max Headroom

I still wish to make an 80's themed restaurant and have a Max Headroom video display where a person is hired to speak through it to the people in the lobby. Kind of like an adult Chucky Cheese.

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Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
This remembering Thundarr makes me think about all the DVD sets that aren't out on DVD yet.

Nobody ever reads my posts... :(

But yeah, I remember when Soleil Moon Frye had guest-starred on the Wonder Years as the first girl in the class that got breasts. ;)

There is not enough brain bleach in the world to remove that from my poor head.

The Exchange

Is there something wrong with me that I had Immigrant Song stuck in my head but over the course of the day it changes to the Get Smart theme song? Naw there can't be. Otherwise why would I waste a perfectly good break posting here??

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