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Miscellaneous Comics

  • One of Spidey's attempts in "True Believers" to prevent Joe Quesadilla from taking MJ away involves sticking her to a web. It doesn't work.
  • Also from "True Believers", Quesadilla's idea on how to compensate for Spidey quitting Marvel.
  • The life-size Britney Spears doll from the untitled Guava Guava Kristmas Klassic ("Change its diaper every hour, or else it dies!") seems pretty funny, unless you consider it a Funny Aneurysm Moment.
  • "Awesome Blossom"'s surprisingly accurate depiction of life in the year 2000 includes Blossom encountering a foul-mouthed Weeble.
  • Also, the parts where "Awesome Blossom" resorts to recycling Star Wars clips a la Muppet Babies.
  • One of the Kimwon features that Vess MacMeal's husband discovers in "Vess MacMeal Starring in: The More You Know!" involves acting as a steering wheel. An ad appearing over the wheel causes him to crash into a tree, but fortunately, the Kimwon can call 911... the ambulance driver crashes into a pole while using a Kimwon to drive to the accident site, but at least that Kimwon can also call 911!
  • From the last page of "Vess MacMeal...", Kim Jong Il revealing, "The Kimwon is made of people!" and the way Vess, her husband, and Junior respond.

Articles

 (after a commercial for Sheer Indulgence pantyhose) I would say they should have thought of the multitudes of children watching that night, but the part with the Wookiee watching the erotic video had already aired, and that was WAY more traumatizing.

  • When Paltridge reaches Amy and the Angel in his gallery of ABC Afterschool Special advertisements, he admits that he recalls seeing another movie with the exact same plot, except that Kermit the Frog played the lead character. (He reviewed that movie a few years earlier.)
  • Paltridge begins "Eulogy for Alf" by saying he originally planned to write a tribute to the then-recently deceased Ed McMahon, but considered changing it to a Farrah Fawcett tribute after she died, but ultimately, he knew he had to write something about ALF's death. After going through a lengthy and fabricated account of Alf's rise and fall, Paltridge announces he suddenly heard that one more celebrity passed away: Billy Mays, who he then calls the biggest loss of them all.
  • Paltridge's review of Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July includes a demonstration of how you could apply the Narmy quote, "I'm twying! I'm twying weeal hawwrd!" to anything that doesn't go as well as you'd hope.
  • The comments Paltridge makes in his Return of Jafar review about the ocassionally ghastly animation.

 [Jasmine]'s fully in the right to distort her face to Spumco proportions...

 Either she entered that pact with the woman from Death Becomes Her and swallowed her potion, or she's a robot. Which one is more plausible? Well, that woman doesn't exist, so....the robot, of course.

  • The stories Paltridge makes up in "Seven Failed Brand Crossovers" about the origins and failures of Cosmopolitan Yogurt and Clairol Touch of Yogurt Shampoo.
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