We see two stories told over four time lines, which wind down to a devastating ground zero collision, as we watch a double tragedy unfold in a small Oklahoma town. The two stories are told ... See full summary »
Tim Blake Nelson
Mary Kay Place,
And I thought I was the only one who remembered this show...
Seriously, when is this show gonna get a DVD release? I still have some of the skits on tape to this day. Classics such as "This Old Whore House," "Raging Bullwinkle," "Spamby," "The Joy of Tattooing" (with a DEAD ON Bob Ross impersonation), "ATT&A" (the phone company with the naked woman in the tub), the gangster family that always cursed (tagline: "You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll grab your balls!)
Wow, 10+ years later, and I still remember sneaking into the living room at 14 years old to watch this show with the volume turned down low so my parents wouldn't know what I was watching. (The same held true for Friday Night Skinemax and Showtime's various Emmanuelle and Red Shoe Diaries films... those were the days...)
This show was just as funny and clever as Mr. Show with Bob and David, which came out a year later. And if THAT show can get a DVD release, surely "Hardcore TV" should.
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