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What begins for Chode and crew as a routine mission to protect a pissed-off princess will soon become a filth- splattered saga of dismembered royalty, indestructible clown assassins and desperately horny housewives. What vile act has Chode committed to bring down the ultimate wrath of Bobo? Can Gus, Six, T'nuk, Whip and Bob stop a time-traveling killing machine from ruining a booze-soaked birthday party? How much does a lap- dance cost at the Grope-A-Cabana on Omicron 9? The voices of Stephen Root, Maurice LaMarche, Jenny McCarthy, John Melendez, Gayle Garfinkle and Rick Jones star in this all-new feature length movie packed with plenty of sex, violence and &^%!#* too extreme for broadcast TV! Written by
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Wow, am I the first to comment on this? This was a little gem, actually. If you are a fan of the Sci-Fi channel series, you'll enjoy this film version.
The plot is that Chode McBlob and his crew are planning for a birthday party/scam. Meanwhile, a killer-clown android from the future, the Arnie-3000, has traveled to terminate Chode before he can impregnate the daughter of Dark Clown leader, Darf Bobo.
The film rips on classic horror movies, Indiana Jones, the Terminator, and Desperate Housewives.
The film was a compilation of TTR's third season episodes (which didn't air in the US) linked together with some new animation. There really are four separate stories going on here. Still, they seem to flow together reasonably well.
Update- Having now seen the episodes this movies was edited from, I have to say it isn't quite as good as I thought it was. The episodes were much better.
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