Let Wisconsin have the sun. Then there will be beer on it, by god!
Reminder. Of. What.?
Also, wouldn’t Zap already know if he wonders that?
Ah, but in your smarmy comments you’re already thinking about Zap. Mission accomplished.
Also, the IMDB. I’m sure this is Elementary for you academic types
He’s dead, Jim.
(Honestly didn’t know that. But I feel his spirit lives on in Ricky on Trailer Park Boys.)
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.
I don’t wonder about beer on the sun, but I do wonder if Zap got Troy home in time for mock U.N.
Zap and Troy are still making their way home to this very day, stopping here and there to have almost interesting adventures.
This is relevant to my interests as well.
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”).
Don’t forget that Troy almost missed his “teens encounter Christ bus” also.
Somehow, I’d also expect that sort of question from Bob and Doug McKenzie.
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.
I agree. It’s one of my favorites! I wish we hadn’t lost the rights to it.
I appreciate this reference more than I should