This week's film is a deep sci-fi story about ants that leaves Crow wishing he'd brought a pair of boots into the theater.

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This week's film is a deep sci-fi story about ants that leaves Crow wishing he'd brought a pair of boots into the theater.

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1 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's nice to see Dr. Forrester and Dr. Erhardt in the beginning. They often didn't appear in the episode at all. It's great to see them interact even if it's not that funny. I appreciate having them promote the Pizza and Pasta place as a local ad! It's nice to also see Joel without his mullet. I'm just put off by his appearance like that. Gypsy's voice seems to be the worst of all. It does seem like the show was starting to get good here.

This is arguably the best movie that was ever featured on the show. I guess you could say it was nice to see something (sort of) good for an episode, so that made it enjoyable. It's weird when they use "Phase I" as their first riff. There were still some really good ones here especially, "You know what they say. The camera puts ten pounds on an ant". It's especially funny because I thought I thought of that joke first! I also liked, "The best thing with a movie like this is that when you're done with the cast, you can step on them!". ***


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