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Old 05-19-2015, 08:05 PM   #856
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I loved that sweater tied around his shoulders, haha.

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haha that must be it. I shall go back to my villa I will write you a check ......J/K

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Old 05-20-2015, 01:13 AM   #857
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haha that must be it. I shall go back to my villa I will write you a check ......J/K


Best line apart from him trying to up his accommodations to something "more suitable." As if he was a King or something!
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Best line apart from him trying to up his accommodations to something "more suitable." As if he was a King or something!
I know right? I mean the reenactment of this was so scandalous. I thought all of the participants did a good job. This guy goes from trying to upgrade his accommodation for his fraudulent vacation to killing himself and a dog or someone else in the next moments. I def need to review again.
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I was 7 when I saw it on NBC, but that one with the two ghosts in the house. Supposedly one was a female and would bump people in the shower or some such none sense. During the interview, the woman who owned the house related a story that her nephew came over, used the shower, and then said "Okay, what's with that shower?". Even as a kid, that struck me as a wtf story to tell on TV.

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The was a segment from around 1990 (not sure if anybody remembers it) about a Colombian drug ring (led by Pedro Uribe) whose base of operations was, for a time, a nice house in an affluent Northern New Jersey neighborhood. Robert Stack was explaining how the gang tried to allay suspicion and make things appear normal by having a group of people posing as a mock family living in the house 24/7. So, I though it was funny/ironic that RS went on to explain that the members of this "family" were known to change frequently. To me, at least, that seems pretty suspicious in itself and would undoubtedly attract potentially negative attention.
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I recently re-watched the "Crash and Dash Robbers" segment, and there's a part that made me laugh: these robbers are ramming cars into businesses and then looting the goods, and this one store was robbed multiple times. Robert Stack goes, ".....finally, they decided to fight back."

Then it shows them calmly walking in the store with a video camera on a tripod.

The way Stack says "fight back," you'd think they were gonna do some badass stakeout or take down the robbers themselves or something. But nope, they got a camcorder baby, boo-ya!
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I just watched the one about that Illinois family that had bad luck with Lighting, The Olesen's. One funny scene was with the sisters. One was getting off of work being picked up by her sister. While walking to the car, the face of the sister getting electrocuted was funny. It looked sooooo faked lol
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I don't know why, but I chuckle over the whole re-enactment and interview about the floating head the guy saw in the kitchen at the General Wayne Inn.

I like how he says he only saw it for a split second but then says "I'll never forget the details."
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I don't know why, but I chuckle over the whole re-enactment and interview about the floating head the guy saw in the kitchen at the General Wayne Inn.

I like how he says he only saw it for a split second but then says "I'll never forget the details."
Oh man I haven't seen that segment in a long time. When my son was about 5 or 6 we watched it and he started laughing his butt off when the car started going haywire. Now anytime I see it I can't help but laugh.
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Oh man I haven't seen that segment in a long time. When my son was about 5 or 6 we watched it and he started laughing his butt off when the car started going haywire. Now anytime I see it I can't help but laugh.
That whole segment was gold. I liked the self-starting car as well.

Also, I liked the ghost who would blow on the back of the women's necks while they were sitting at the bar and the women would in turn blame the guys standing around them.

What made it even better was something I only noticed after subsequent viewings...while most of the women in that re-enactment responded angrily or confused one woman actually says (if you listen closely under Stack's narration) "hey, that feels good!"

I about lost it when I noticed that for the first time.
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That whole segment was gold. I liked the self-starting car as well.

Also, I liked the ghost who would blow on the back of the women's necks while they were sitting at the bar and the women would in turn blame the guys standing around them.

What made it even better was something I only noticed after subsequent viewings...while most of the women in that re-enactment responded angrily or confused one woman actually says (if you listen closely under Stack's narration) "hey, that feels good!"

I about lost it when I noticed that for the first time.
haha i will look for that.
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Can't believe I never realized this one before. In the Ted Loseff segment, the wife gives this lame excuse that "the dogs were sick" all over a sheet. So more than one dog decided to hunker down in the same spot and puke? That's laughable. I'm not a multi-pet owner, but how often do your dogs vomit together? lol
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Noreen Reiner....the way she flopped around with her visions. My husband walked in and asked if I was watching "church people" lol
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I just watched the Ralph Probst one. The scene when that gangster is in the hospital threatening both officers, he look and sounded like a wanna be Moe Green form the movie, "The Godfather"....
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Can't believe I never realized this one before. In the Ted Loseff segment, the wife gives this lame excuse that "the dogs were sick" all over a sheet. So more than one dog decided to hunker down in the same spot and puke? That's laughable. I'm not a multi-pet owner, but how often do your dogs vomit together? lol
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