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Gunslinger 

Not Rated | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | Episode aired 9 October 1993
In Gunslinger (1956), the widow of a murdered sheriff tries to stop the crime in her town with the help of the man hired to kill her. Joel and the Bots discuss mortality and how to have the... See full summary »

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Joel Hodgson ...
Jim Mallon ...
Gypsy
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Frank Conniff ...
TV's Frank
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In Gunslinger (1956), the widow of a murdered sheriff tries to stop the crime in her town with the help of the man hired to kill her. Joel and the Bots discuss mortality and how to have the best funeral before taking the 70s to task for being a terrible decade. Written by skillwithaquill

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Toward the end of the host segment in which Joel, Crow and Tom Servo are sitting in caskets while discussing death, Servo's control rod is clearly visible. See more »

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Joel Robinson: [a shot lingers on a building accidentally catching two people on horses unmotivated in view] Uh, cue the horses!
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References The Benny Hill Show (1969) See more »

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It Must Be Him
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Music by Gilbert Bécaud
Lyrics by Maurice Vidalin
English lyrics by Mack David
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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Another great episode!
4 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

My favorite segment in this is probably the part where they're all in the caskets. Then again, the one where Tom Servo warps space and time is quite funny too. I guess I got my counting wrong. I thought Mike was in the episodes of this season. I guess it's just hard to count the seasons. This is indeed the first Western that these guys ever riffed on. It's great to make new kinds of jokes like this. There are just too many classics to remember. Gypsy just sounds hilarious when she's singing. Maybe my favorite parts are jokes about the guy putting the gun in his pants to the point of hurting his crotch.

That guy does look like Mr. Driesdale. I'm glad I get the more obscure references. Well, it's always hard to tell. The most memorable joke might be when she says, "She wouldn't dare show her face", to which Tom says, "Doodley doodley doodley, her face!". It's hard to remember the exact lines these guys use. Anything with the dancers was great. I believe it was "dirty spank, dirty spank" or something at first. ****


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