A Senate candidate finds a seductive reform school dropout hiding in his home in Kitten with a Whip (1964). The crew throws a Mexican fiesta like the one in the film and chat with a real kitten with a whip on the Hexfield.

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A Senate candidate finds a seductive reform school dropout hiding in his home in Kitten with a Whip (1964). The crew throws a Mexican fiesta like the one in the film and chat with a real kitten with a whip on the Hexfield.

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Tom Servo: Russ Meyer's Goldilocks.
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The sound of children beating up Frank as a "Frank piñata" is still being heard over the end credits music. See more »

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References The Flintstones (1960) See more »

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Bedrock Twitch
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Written by Joseph Barbera and William Hanna
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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"Wait, that brick is talking to me"
14 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While not one of the more memorable episodes of the show, this is still quite fun. This episode is notable for the beginning sequence where Crow actually manages to travel down the Umbilicus and personally see Dr. Forrester! When I first heard of this, I thought it might have been done just briefly as a gag. Instead, it actually was pretty important to the story. Mike actually referenced Jeff Dunham and one of his puppets, Peanut, in this. I didn't even think that guy became famous until the 2000's! Now this shows how timeless the show is.

I saw an annotated version and really was fascinated by how many references they made. They really are fond of the joke where they say, "Is Cathy there?" with, "She's trying on a bathing suit saying Aack!". I know that was used in another episode. I didn't know Ann Margaret dated Elvis. Great to hear a joke about how bad the Cubs are when they finally won this year! I liked "The hottest Garfield episode ever!" and, "This changes nothing! I'll still sell you into white slavery!". Mostly as good as ever. ***1/2


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