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Space Janitors Rocks! I had been following The Guild on Geek and Sundry on Youtube, and when it finished up episodes of Space Janitors started airing, and I am hooked! The show has so many laugh out loud moments, and just general pop-reference fun. I get an adrenaline rush every time I see a new episode is out. The whole Rebel leader father scene in Season One, and the recent cat dance in the cockpit in Season 2 were some of the awesome moments created in the show. Just the ability to write "cat dance in the cockpit", and know that there will be readers who know what I mean, highlights the fun of this show! Also I am now following the show Satisfaction, as I saw that actor Pat Thornton was on the show, I also saw Brendan Halloran in a scene with Tommy Chong as well. I guess everyone is busy commenting on Youtube and that is why this IMDb site is not getting a lot traction. So here is my "Thank-you!" to Space Janitors for creating such a fantastic show! Kind of an extention of Mel Brooks parody in Space Balls, which I just noticed recently watching an episode of the British sci-fi classic Blakes 7, I think Mel Brooks was referencing the spaceship in Blakes 7 when he designed the Winnebego spaceship in Spaceballs, I had never seen Blakes 7 so never noticed the reference.
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