Monday, October 26, 2009

IT'S A BAD BAD BAD BAD NOIR

Only through the magic of VHS can you win $100,000 by subjecting yourself to a soft boiled mystery multiple times.

13 comments :

therandomizer said...

Where the hell is Magnum?

cw! said...

HEY, great show at the Magnet last night. I met you afterward, and you asked me if I was the guy who commented all the time, and said he was going to come.

I was not, but I am now the guy who came, and said he would start commenting all the time. And so it begins.

Keep on being awesome, and wearing adorable puppet heads.
-chris

Ampaire said...

CONTEST RULES ADDENDUM:

After you have claimed your prize, Karl Productions Inc. may drain your blood and remove your organs to sell on the black market. You may be legally obligated, at any time, to give a foot massage to any employee of Karl Productions Inc.

Destination A Go-Go said...

Y'know aside from a taste for seafood
Det. Taggart's also got one hell of a punch.
The Treasure Hunt phenomenon of the '80s was a pretty cool blip on the radar.


p.s. Magnet was great last night.
sorry i missed you guys afterward but I couldn't find anyone wearing tigers..

Pip Harper said...

So... who won?

Matt from Denver said...

My parents had this video.

marty said...

Thought I recognized Kelly LeBrock in there...whatta dish.

And was Taggart trying to win the cash so he could buy himself a shirt? Also nice that he was in Joey Tribiani's acting class when they taught the "smell a fart" facial reactions.

Heather said...

Screw you, Iowa! No Money Hunt for you!

Anonymous said...

"girl?!" she looked about 70!!
did anyone actually win this?

EITfan said...

Check out the imdb entry for the solution to the phone number!


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0375983/

OriginalDavid said...

wow. just read the imdb stuff.
i would be quite upset. just imagine how much blow the 1980s yuppie couples were doing when they watched this "1000s of times".

JohnH said...

Yeah, I wouldn't doubt the whole thing was a scam ultimately. There is no language in the rules saying that family and employees of the producing company are ineligible.

Laurent said...

Haaa.. this brave Higgins... always funny as hell.