Mike and the bots semi-suffer through this '70's jiggle-fest while the Mads turn them into the cast of "Renegade."



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Greydon Clark provides the movie, which features a brigade of scantily clad vigilantes (and one underage brat) fighting against a local drug syndicate providing narcotics for school kids. In between the movie, Crow feels he might have amnesia but finds out it's actually Ambrosia when Mike whacks him with a wooden mallet. Down in Deep 13, Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank fight bad ratings by dressing as their favorite '70's relief pitchers and turns Mike and the bots into the cast of "Renegade." Later, Crow rewrites Earth VS. Soup into a more jivey upbeat '70's environment but Gypsy gets mad because she doesn't have any lines. In the end, after Mike impersonate's Fonzy and Aaron Spelling's house eclipses the SOL, Crow and Tom introduce the Shame-o-meter to measure the shameful performances provided by Jim Backus before it's short circuited by the shameful appearance of the Mads dressing up as Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King to make up for their previous costumes. Written by Titus Yorick

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11 March 1995 (USA)  »

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"Get her! Rip her apart!"
11 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best episodes that I have seen of the entire show. I especially love the opening sequence. It features Crow getting amnesia, but he actually forgot what he really had, so he didn't get it, or something. It's great how we see the scene end right before Mike gives him another hit with the mallet. We then see him constantly miss him! Now that's great comedy. I'm glad I already knew how huge Aaron Spelling's house was to understand the joke. Mike probably deserved to get blown up for dressing like Fonzie. I know almost nothing about "Renegade".

The riffs in this movie were among the funniest I've ever heard. I especially went nuts at, "Hey, that's my womb!" and then immediately, "Here, try this nightie on!". Another great one was, "Okay, we'll give you a chance to act". I also loved, "Take your pants off!", "Where's the shipment?", followed by, "A shipment of pants?!". They even referenced Bruce Jenner as a woman and this was made in 1995! They even mock being topical. Great stuff as always. ****

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