A series of short sketches, most of which parody late-night television and the low-budget movies one often finds there. Other skits include a man being attacked by his apartment, a funeral hosted by classic comedians, and a teen-age boy's big night turning into a nightmare. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The "release date" for the Amazon Women on the Moon segment keeps changing. "We now return to our feature film, the 1950s classic, Amazon Women on the Moon..." says some of the dialogue. The movie within this movie is dated in the film as being both a 1953 and 1954 release. The picture that it is based on, Cat-Women of the Moon
(1953), was first released in 1953. At one point in Amazon Women on the Moon
(1987), the film segment of the same title is referred to in a voice-over as "Amazon Women of the Moon", using the word "of" instead of "on", as with the title of its source Cat-Women of the Moon
(1953). See more
When Arsenio grabs paper towels off the roll to blot beer from his face, he unrolls a large amount which hangs down to the counter. When he wipes his face, there is only a half-sheet of towel on the roll, then switches back to several hanging sheets in the next shot. See more
That's not a baby, that's a Mr. Potato Head!
Older versions of the Universal Studios and Universal International logos are incorporated into several faux credit sequences that appear during the film. See more
Referenced in Undercover Brother
Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose
Written by Irwin Levine
and L. Russell Brown
Performed by David Alan Grier See more