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The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent 

The crew watch an education short about the wonders a home economics major can do for young women in The Home Economics Story (1951). In The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the... See full summary »

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The crew watch an education short about the wonders a home economics major can do for young women in The Home Economics Story (1951). In The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent (1957), lonely viking women set sail to rescue a group of enslaved men. Joel and the Bots consider the waffle and present an iron that can turn waffles into pancakes at the invention exchange. Written by skillwithaquill

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Theme from Mission: Impossible
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Waffles?
10 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It was weird how this episode had the shortest inter theater sequence in the entire series. Granted, I haven't quite seen every episode, but I'm fairly certain it's true. This whole episode was about waffles! I admit that it did get tedious after awhile. I still love the opening sequence where they make the raw chicken come back to life. Could you do that with just several pieces of meat like bacon? Anyway, this one came with a short, although for some reason Dr. Forrester didn't mention it. That seems to happen a lot with the Mads.

Anyway, some of the best lines from the short were "Look, look, look at my crotch!" and (after the narrator says, "What will Mom and Dad say?") "Who knows? They only speak German." The movie had great riffs with the most memorable one probably being, "There's silhouettes of theater seats in this movie!". It's nice how they also point out the book and movie references they made. I should go back to reading novels. Oh, and after being told to be cursed by the storm Gods, the riff, "And apparently give them bad haircuts" was great too. While not one of the episodes, still a load of laughs as expected from my favorite show. I miscounted and it was actually my PREVIOUS review that was my 100th here. Oh well! ***1/2


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