Tales from the Darkside: Season 3, Episode 9

Baker's Dozen (23 Nov. 1986)

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Elderly cookie baker Ruby Cuzzins teams up with ad exec Henry Hogan to profit from her baking skills with a plan that includes greed, spousal abuse, and voodoo.

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Elderly cookie baker Ruby Cuzzins teams up with ad exec Henry Hogan to profit from her baking skills with a plan that includes greed, spousal abuse, and voodoo.

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Nothing special, but good.
2 August 2006 | by (Long Beach, California) – See all my reviews

Ever wanted to see someone make voodoo dolls out of cookie dough? If you answered yet, than this little ditty is for you. It's about what I just said. An elderly black woman becomes partners with a man in making voodoo cookies. She makes her husband her slave by turning him into a rat simply by molding the cookie dough. It's a clever idea that doesn't work as well as you would think it would, but is still fun. Also, the end of this is surprisingly violent and kind of funny. I recommend you try and find this episode because voodoo cookie dough only comes around once in a while. Can be found on volume 6 of the show.

My rating: Good episode. 23 mins. TV PG V


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