Just. A. Reminder.

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Let Wisconsin have the sun. Then there will be beer on it, by god!

And cheese.

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Reminder. Of. What.?

Also, wouldn’t Zap already know if he wonders that?

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Ah, but in your smarmy comments you’re already thinking about Zap. Mission accomplished.

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Also, the IMDB. I’m sure this is Elementary for you academic types

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He’s dead, Jim.

(Honestly didn’t know that. But I feel his spirit lives on in Ricky on Trailer Park Boys.)

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What I love about this film is that it’s almost interesting. If John Carpenter had helmed it, it could have been a gem. Kurt Russell as Zap? You know you see it. It’s an idea failed by all of the elements of film making.

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I totally see it. Hockey hair and all.


(This picture is Crow-approved)

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Yes. :beers: :sunny: :ice_hockey:

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I don’t wonder about beer on the sun, but I do wonder if Zap got Troy home in time for mock U.N.

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Zap and Troy are still making their way home to this very day, stopping here and there to have almost interesting adventures.

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This is relevant to my interests as well.

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One of my favorite running gags in The Final Sacrifice is all the geeky after-school activities they have Troy being into (Like “Nursing Home Volunteer Bus” and “Language Camp”).

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Don’t forget that Troy almost missed his “teens encounter Christ bus” also.

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Somehow, I’d also expect that sort of question from Bob and Doug McKenzie.

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I liked Bruce Mitchell. He seemed a congenial sort and a great sport about the riffing. The Final Sacrifice is no more dopey than any number of 80s TV shows. It’s not great, but it’s enjoyably goofy.

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I agree. It’s one of my favorites! I wish we hadn’t lost the rights to it. :sob:

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I appreciate this reference more than I should

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