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Old 10-11-2008, 03:15 AM   #106
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Did anyone think it was cool when Robert Stack said "rockers and bikers" in the segment on, I think his name was Lee Selwyn? For some reason that sticks in my mind.
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Did anyone think it was cool when Robert Stack said "rockers and bikers" in the segment on, I think his name was Lee Selwyn? For some reason that sticks in my mind.
HAHAHA I do remember that!!! It cracked me up the first time I saw it.
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HAHAHA I do remember that!!! It cracked me up the first time I saw it.
Yeah, the first time I nearly laughed, but then subsequent viewings when I was waiting for it, I dunno, he sorta savored the words.
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The segment where the woman is raped in her apartment building by the maintenance man who lives in the basement. The case is not at all funny. The voice of the guy in the re-enactment is hysterical, however. "I was just cooking some soup in a can." "I'd like to borrow a frying pan.". He had that booming voice and articulated every syllable in that exaggerated manner.
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Sorry to bump this ... in the John and Linda Sohus segment, when the investigators came to the house after the couple disappeared. John Sohus' mother says, in quite an exasperated tone, "They're not missing! They're on a secret mission!" And then the investigator says, "... okay ..." I swear I nearly lost it.

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I crack up at this one, even though I feel a little bad about it:

"I guess you think you're pretty smart, don't you?"

"Well, maybe."

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... in the John and Linda Sohus segment, when the investigators came to the house after the couple disappeared. John Sohus' mother says, in quite and exasperated tone, "They're not missing! They're on a secret mission!" And then the investigator says, "... okay ..." I swear I nearly lost it.
I also thought it was funny when Robert Stack said describing the mother "by all means an alcoholic". It was so matter-of-fact.
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I also thought it was funny when Robert Stack said describing the mother "by all means an alcoholic". It was so matter-of-fact.
Yeah! Only Robert Stack could get away with something like that. The way he would be all tongue-in-cheek about things, and sometimes looked and sounded like he thought the particular segment he was narrating was a load of crap (like the haunted house in Florida, for example)! He was the best.
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Just caught the Eric Tamiyasu segment on Spike today and was disappointed to find a lot of Eric Smith's bits edited out. I thought that guy was hilarious. Those snarky faces he made, and the "He was just some guy he bought spray from" line.
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Don Dixon -- always good for an unintentional laugh. The scary thing is that someone had actually married him.

I couldn't help but laugh when Anna Anton's friend said how Anna was sprinkling holy water around after hearing Greg Webb upstairs with another woman. Extra lols when the detective said Anna was known as a 'bar floozy'. It was the poker faced way that he said it.
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Don Dixon -- always good for an unintentional laugh. The scary thing is that someone had actually married him.

I couldn't help but laugh when Anna Anton's friend said how Anna was sprinkling holy water around after hearing Greg Webb upstairs with another woman. Extra lols when the detective said Anna was known as a 'bar floozy'. It was the poker faced way that he said it.
My favorite part of that segment is the part where the detective asks, "Were you two intimate?" Webb sits there and gives a vehement "No!" then three seconds later hangs his head and gives an affirmative answer in this "ok, ya got me" sort of tone. I think someone already posted about it, but it's hilarious.
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My husband cracked up at the truck driver under hypnosis in the Rhonda Hinson segment. "Is he even speaking English?!" he cried. I, however, being an East Tennessee native (our area and Western NC, where Rhonda lived, share a very similar accent and dialect) didn't even need to use the subtitles during the recording.
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My husband cracked up at the truck driver under hypnosis in the Rhonda Hinson segment...
I laughed when he said describing the car he saw "looks like the front end's been messed up...it's in primer, it's gray". Really descriptive.
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Any and all footage of the Society for Creative Anachronism in the Kurt McFall segment---especially the ones of the "swordfight."

And of course, "Hail earth, mother of all...hail earth, mother of all..."
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Just caught the Eric Tamiyasu segment on Spike today and was disappointed to find a lot of Eric Smith's bits edited out. I thought that guy was hilarious. Those snarky faces he made, and the "He was just some guy he bought spray from" line.
I agree! His bits were the best.....and the funniest. What he said made sense. Don Dixon sounded like a pathetic loaf looking for a friend. Sad indeed. Dixon did it. His man crush wasn't reciprocated and he killed Eric.
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