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The Curse of Dethklok 

Dethklok performs at the Arctic Circle. Problems ensue when their chef gets dismembered in a freak helicopter accident, leaving the band to figure out how to make food for themselves.

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Dethklok's hardcore fans travel to Norway to see them play one song - the Duncan Hills Coffee jingle. The crate in which Dethklok stands on ends up crashing and they miss the landing zone - crushing their fans below while the fans who weren't crushed get scalding hot coffee poured on them. To make matters worse the firework display during the show goes terribly wrong when one hits the helicopter that their chef is on and he falls out of the helicopter and is chopped up by the propellers. Being unable to pay for the chef to be on life support Dethklok come up with the solution of sewing the chef back together although some parts do not fit correctly and are put on backwards. Guest voices: James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett of Metallica. Written by Amanda LeFebvre-Goldsworth

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6 August 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Nathan Explosion yells over the loudspeaker at the grocery store, he makes references to three different Cannibal Corpse songs: "Rotted Body Landslide," "Every Bone Broken," and "Hammer Smashed Face." See more »

Quotes

Toki Wartooth: What's this place called?
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: This place, I believe, is called 'food libraries.'
Toki Wartooth: Fooood... libraries...
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: Fooood... libraries...
Pickles the Drummer: It's called a grocery store you douchebags! I'm sorry about douchebags, I got... I got low blood sugar.
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Featured in The Sopranos: The Blue Comet (2007) See more »

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Crazy
29 August 2016 | by (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) – See all my reviews

This show is crazy. The over the top "brutalness" of this show is funny, but horrific at the same time. Very short run time, and I'm going to have a heck of a time writing that much about each of the episodes, but I'll do my best. This seems like a South Park like show, and this really hit home when the coffee was spilled onto the fans at the concert when their faces were melted off and they continued to yell and dance to the music. Not a huge fan of Murderface, despite the amazing name. His voice and how disgusting he is disturbs me. Pickle automatically became my favorite I believe, but probably just because of his name.


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