Dethklok unleashes a troll that wreaks havoc across Finland, and forces the band to play without electricity.

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Barkeep (voice)
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Dethklok unleashes a troll that wreaks havoc across Finland, and forces the band to play without electricity.

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This is the only episode in which Nathan Explosion actually sings. See more »

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[first lines]
Nathan Explosion: [into a recorder] Idea for song: 'Mur-' 'Murder'. A guy- a guy gets murdered. And eaten. At an all... you can eat buffet.
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: Last time I was in Finland...
Nathan Explosion: Yeah.
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: Last time I was in Finland, I must have, you know, luckied about, hmm, 500 girls.
Nathan Explosion: Oh, and that happens forever. Yeah.
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: Ballspark estimate. Whatever.
Toki Wartooth: Not like it's so hard. You're in the biggest band in the world.
Skwisgaar Skwigelf: Women have, uh...
Toki Wartooth: He brags about eating lollipops, he works in lollipops factory.
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The Tipping Point for Metalocalypse
25 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you've watched up to this episode and don't get the humor, you aren't going to. This felt to me like the episode where the show really got its legs, or at least the viewer did. Almost like an extreme, animated, death-metal "Sienfeld", the band seems to get little done besides bickering about the annoying minutae of existence, while their actions and/or inactions have disastrous consequences. The carrying-on about the crappy cell phones could easily be a Kramer-conceived scheme that he got George, Elaine and Jerry roped into. Too funny! If you got this far in Metalocalypse and are laughing, just keep on going with it. It gets even better from here.


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