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In the episode, When Calls Galactus, Terrax attacks Earth (Manhattan). Galactus isn't terribly pleased to learn that his herald has defected, so he comes back to Earth to do away with Terrax. One problem, Galactus needs to feed, and the only planet in the vicinity is Earth! Since Galactus no longer has a herald to search out planets for him, he attempts ...
I believe you're thinking of the Simpson's "Wonder Years" spoof. Here's a clip: link The episode is called Three men and a comic book:link
This is from Episode 11 (S02E05), and Walt correctly identified that it's the "Neanderthal man speaks French" scene, but it's not a great description because that only describes the punchline of the scene, and they certainly look more like cavemen. I'm really struggling to find another source to back it up but it does exist out there copied from some old ...
Fairly sure that this isn't a Friends episode at all. Lisa Kudrow plays Denise in PS I Love You and there are parts of that film where she is going around talking to guys and asking questions Are you Single? Are you Gay? Are you Working? If she got the right answers (as in, Single, Straight and working) then she kissed them. if she didn't like his ...
As this Wikia page explains, this episode is a sequel to 2 other episodes where the Goths were featured most prominently: Raisins from season 7 (where Stan becomes a Goth) and The Ungroundable from season 12 (where Butters becomes a vampire wannabe). The title of this episode is probably a parody of Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and maybe alludes to Dawn ...
The answer is: Ted's Moment of Glory S6E5. From IMDB: Ted is tempted with an offer to host a game show in New York City. Do Mary and Lou really want to see him go?
You might be talking about this clip (sorry about the quality, it's the best I could find) from Kill the Alligator and Run (Season 11, Episode 19) where Homer attends a Kid Rock concert. He starts singing along in gibberish around 0:07: ...
Sounds like the episode Child's Play in the 1984 anthology series Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense: A family awakens to find themselves trapped in their own home, all windows and doors sealed by impenetrable walls. Now they are faced with a bitter sequence of paranormal events forces that have taken over their lives. They discover a solid metal ...
According to TV.com, among various online sources, this quote is taken from episode 12 in season 3 ("The Watchers").
According to various online sources, it was on the very first episode in 1977. Here's one of these sources discussing the announcer in that clip, Michael St. John: There was also a wonderful incident involving him on the first 'It'll Be Alright On The Night', in which he was promoting an upcoming episode of 'Within These Walls'; instead of the clip he ...
As I mentioned in the comments, the only close match I can think of is the season 2 finale The One With Barry And Mindy's Wedding. Joey auditions for a part in a Warren Beatty movie and when Joey has to kiss a man, he's called a bad kisser. Phoebe agrees to kiss him to prove otherwise (her assessment: "Good, very good. Firm but tender"). Joey then spends the ...
I found it! It's the 11th episode from Season 6, The Mermaid Theory.
This was indeed from SNL, and was called "Allen: The Video Game Junkie". The video is here, on Charleston Gameroom's Facebook page. This is a 80s SNL skit that featured Allen: The video Game Junkie & Phillis the hooker who earns money the hard way...a quarter at a time!
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