Joel and the 'bots make futile attempts to puzzle out what's going on in the unintelligible biker film, The Hellcats (1968). Meanwhile, the 'bots and Joel have bad colds. Joel invents a sign-language translator. Tom Servo writes in his diary about the time (before his voice changed) that he, Joel and Crow tried to re-enact a typical "Star Trek" scene: the recurring one where someone has William Shatner by the throat. Crow flashes back to the time Joel gave a lecture on what floating things are funny and which aren't. Joel remembers the time he put cardboard cut-outs in front of the camera lens. Everyone takes time out to hug. Written by
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Numerous jokes by Joel and the 'Bots refer to Mr. Adrian's right hand man as director Robert F. Slatzer. Slatzer actually played Mr. Adrian himself. See more
[with a bad cold
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References Hiroshima Mon Amour