A spoof on the film Titanic (1997).

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In this - by out-of-character stepping Phil Hartman introduced - Titanic (1997) spoof, Dave is the captain of the ship who warns the crew for icebergs but gets jeered. Nevertheless, he tells sailor Matthew to be on the look-out for icebergs. Bill is a bourgeois passenger who doesn't want the riff-raff from third class to be on the same deck as the elite. Joe is the mechanic and Lisa is the beautiful young, stylish woman who's wooed by Walt. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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12 May 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Dave speaks into the system communicator to Joe and Joe asks whom it is and Dave replies it is himself, Joe says, "Dave's not here, man"; this is a quote from a famous Cheech And Chong skit. See more »

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Joe says he's come up with an idea to detect objects far away, which he calls Radar, but the idea of Radar was already invented in 1904, years before the 1912 sinking of the HMS Titanic. See more »

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Jimmy James: You know, despite what Joe says, I think the boat is sinking.
Dave: Well, that's what I've been saying all along. What made you come around?
Jimmy James: Well, I think it was when Joe drowned.
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After Phil Hartman's introduction, a Titanic-themed opening sequence plays: Irish music plays over sepia tone images of artifacts from the "wreck" of WNYX being cleaned, with the actors appearing as pictures on lockets. See more »

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