Joel and the Bots have a casual day on the SOL and endure another incoherent Hercules movie (Le fatiche di Ercole (1958)).



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Episode cast overview:
Joel Hodgson ...
Jim Mallon ...
Frank Conniff ...
Bridget Jones ...
Amazon Woman
Mary Jo Pehl ...
Magic Voice / Amazon Woman


Joel and the Bots have a casual day on the SOL and endure another incoherent Hercules movie (Le fatiche di Ercole (1958)).

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17 June 1993 (USA)  »

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Tom Servo: [during a showing of Pietro Francisci's "Hercules"] They came across a pack of Trojans in the road.
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References The Nutty Professor (1963) See more »


I Remember It Well
Music by Frederick Loewe
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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Look out, Aeschylus!
2 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

And now we're back to Joel. It was weird to watch a movie that took place before movies that had already appeared in the show. I didn't watch the episodes in order, so I didn't know what was going on. The best part out of the theater was Dr. Forrester showing off his invention where he literally had a table attached to his body. It's great to see him whack Frank around. I also love how Frank gets back at him by using it later. I had never heard of Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds before, but I did know about that song.

The riffs were as good as ever. The one that made me laugh the most was, "Hey, we came to get Scruffy, our lion, Oh my God!". I also liked, "Wait, this is Ancient Greece! They didn't have ruins yet!". While it wasn't that clever I also liked, "What are you doing? That's my good spear!". We get a nice conversation with the characters with the phrases, "Don't look at our butts!" followed later with, "You know the bigger they are, the cuter they get", "Their butts?" and "No, no!". They also had, "A lone ram committed suicide today". They kept calling him "Herc" reminding me of my brother and I don't know if that's good or not. ***1/2

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