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"Stripperella" on TNN


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#1 of 49 OFFLINE   MarkHastings

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Posted June 26 2003 - 04:55 PM

I thought this was HYSTERICAL. I was actually surprised at how many jokes there were. The scene with the animated wall revealing the tiny tv with the tin foil on it Posted Image That was classic!

Did anyone else find this more amusing than they originally thought?

#2 of 49 OFFLINE   Steve_Knutzen

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Posted June 26 2003 - 07:03 PM

Tons of great stuff. I loved the Dr. explaining his reasons for wanting to make all models fat: his mother was a model, he was going to be a model and had was going to go to model school until he was disfigured in a model accident...and his grandparents were killed by models.
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#3 of 49 OFFLINE   Dan Rudolph

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Posted June 26 2003 - 08:40 PM

Was that Mark Hamill as the villain? TNN squashed the credits and I couldn't check.
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#4 of 49 OFFLINE   MarkHastings

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Posted June 27 2003 - 12:36 AM

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The voice of the guy who gave Stripperella her assignments sounded VERY familiar. That voice was definitely from another cartoon (Simpsons, Futurama, Family Guy)???????

How about when he was trying to get the automatic wheelchair to work and got pissed off:
"It's a good thing I'm not crippled!" and he threw it in the fireplace Posted Image

#5 of 49 OFFLINE   Peter McM

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Posted June 27 2003 - 01:03 AM

Stripperella was definitely the best of the three new shows last night. But, sadly, that's not saying much for the other two. I thought giving the character Pam Anderson's barb-wire tattoo on her left arm was just a bit much.
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#6 of 49 OFFLINE   Jerome Grate

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Posted June 27 2003 - 01:22 AM

I loved it, enjoyed some of the risque' statements like agent 69 and did you notice her grappling hook, it looked like a dildo before it opened out. I'm on this one, is it true widescreen, I'll have to wait for some with a widescreen monitor to tell us.
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#7 of 49 OFFLINE   MarkHastings

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Posted June 27 2003 - 02:31 AM

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is it true widescreen
That was the first thing I checked. I had the screen paused and made sure that when I expanded the picture (cropping out the black bars) that none of the picture got cropped as well.

It looks like it was an exact match Posted Image

#8 of 49 OFFLINE   Jason Seaver

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Posted June 27 2003 - 04:14 AM

Easily my favorite of the new TNN/Spike cartoons (of course, I couldn't even make it halfway through Ren & Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon). I don't know how much personal involvement Stan Lee has in this show, but the end result was pretty funny. The scanner in the tongue stud was probably what got the biggest laugh for me.
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#9 of 49 OFFLINE   MarkHastings

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Posted June 27 2003 - 04:31 AM

I just noticed that Tom Kenny does various voices. Maybe that the voice I recognized. It's probably the same voice from Sponge Bob (The announcer to Mermaid Man and the fish reporter)

#10 of 49 OFFLINE   Tony Whalen

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Posted June 27 2003 - 07:28 AM

Well I had a few chuckles (like the TV wall thing) but I enjoyed Gary The Rat more. *shrug*

#11 of 49 OFFLINE   Adam Lenhardt

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Posted June 27 2003 - 03:58 PM

I thought it was pretty solid. TNN may have some cult classics on their hands.

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Posted June 27 2003 - 08:30 PM

The last act had obvious scan lines that were very distracting. This problem seems to occur a lot on this channel. I don't know what this channel does that causes this, but I don't see this on other channels. This is on a 48 in. widescreen HDTV monitor.

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Posted June 28 2003 - 05:28 PM

I didnt realize Stripparella was animated. I heard Pamela Anderson and figured well... it was something Pamela Anderson was in. She is pretty hard to look at these days, well for about the last 10 years. But I guess cosmetic surgery and bad makeup cant affect your voice. The descriptions in this thread sound pretty good. Think I'll give it a try

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Posted June 29 2003 - 03:12 PM

That show was a lot funnier than it had any right to be.

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I'll watch the next episode and hope it is as funny. Girls aren't too badly animated either. Posted Image

#15 of 49 OFFLINE   MarkHastings

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Posted June 30 2003 - 02:08 AM

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Girls aren't too badly animated either.
Yeah, I'm sure the animators are LOVING their job Posted Image

Where else can you go to a strip club for "research" Posted Image and then right off your expenses Posted Image

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Posted June 30 2003 - 04:57 PM

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Was that Mark Hamill as the villain? TNN squashed the credits and I couldn't check.

Just watched a repeat (because TNN put too many commercials in on Thursday and my TiVo missed the ending) and the credits weren't squished until just after the last voice credit appeared. Yeah, that was Mark Hamill as the villan. And Kid Rock was "Stiffy Woods" the heavy metal singer.

The voice of Chief Stroganoff was Maurice LaMarche. He's done lots of stuff but I always recognize his voice as Brain from "Pinky and the Brain".

I also noticed a lot of jagged edges in the last act. It looks like they forgot to render it at full resolution.
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#17 of 49 OFFLINE   Morgan Jolley

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Posted June 30 2003 - 05:15 PM

I caught part of it and have to say I thought it was funny. It's a lot like Son of the Beach in some ways, which is good, but it's also like other funny adult cartoon shows.

#18 of 49 OFFLINE   MarkHastings

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Posted July 01 2003 - 01:44 AM

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The voice of Chief Stroganoff was Maurice LaMarche.
Yes! He did a lot of voices on Futurama.

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Posted July 01 2003 - 02:06 AM

Maurice LaMarche was also the voice of The Brain on Pinky and the Brain.

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Posted July 01 2003 - 08:04 AM

Thanks for that newsflash, Jay. Posted Image

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The voice of Chief Stroganoff was Maurice LaMarche. He's done lots of stuff but I always recognize his voice as Brain from "Pinky and the Brain".

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