bulk and skull

bulk and skull

Bulk and Skull 23

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The forces that be are extremely prejudiced against B&S by willing them to drown. Maybe this episode was written by a Texan mother. Ep2.19 is the one where Kim's purse becomes a monster & Tommy works to save it despite the fact that this purse is apparently some witch's heirloom which will entrap him in Kim's commitment spinnerets & end his carefree life as a bachelor having his life's blood sucked out of him by Suzie Q. The monster's name this episode is "Emasculator". Judging from the bizarre props we've seen so far in Season 2, Bulk and Skull have been raiding the "rejected bin" from Gizmonic Institute. Either Bulk and Skull are afraid of fursuiters or that bear is extremely low-crotched. It's very comforting that the little Bratz are telling Bulk and Skull that their suffering is merely psychosomatic. They'll make good adversaries for Patch Adams some day. Tommy, in case you've forgotten, is more than a little forgetful (he's even worse than I am), and despite the fact that Bulk and Skull aren't trick-or-treating and that he and his friends are dressed up too, he still criticizes them. In addition, who in their right mind would ever trust high school students as chaperons? I guess the writers must keep forgetting what with all the actors being in their mid-twenties (who the heck would hire teenagers as actors though?). Wondering where Jason, Zack, and Trini are? Austin St. John is off being Kyle McLachlan's stunt double, Walter Jones went to be uncredited as "Locker Zombie" in "House of the Dead 2" (so says IMDB), and Thuy Trang was in "The Crow: City of Angels". Suffice to say, I haven't seen these people in anything other than MMPR (which I don't intend to mean as a negative reflection on them at all) so instead I will use them as an example of how name-dropping on the internet is easy and formulaic. It's tradition, even! Goodbye, you three, you will be missed! Thank you for teaching us to martial arts about love, again. Bulk hypothesizes that the PRs can shrink themselves. What makes him think they have human identities? After all, what we've seen of the PRs, they DON'T have human identities, what with the angellic grace they're touched with that makes everything turn out oh-so-happy in the end. Why is it so light out when kids are extorting candy from strangers, and where is all the terrorist vandalism from the night before? Oh, wait, this is Angel Grove, land of the perfect little angels, and Bulk and Skull play Lucifer in the garden of Eden. Then they get attacked by Mrs. Jefferson. "We're scared of the broad daylight!" Tommy's hair makes him look like either Scott Cohen or Michael Easton kickboxing on someone's front lawn there. Or maybe just Tarzan. Ep 2.21 is the one where Tommy goes into the Harmonixer graveyard (Shadow Hearts, anyone?). The "Baby-chasing" sequence is one of the more bizarre, as you can see. First this guy loses his kid in his stroller then just hands him off to strangers so he can cheer on dorky ninjas in a smoke-filled room. Can anybody tell what the hell B&S's deal is with "the baby"? Check out that kid's weird facial expression though. Kids are pure evil. Hope that wasn't breast milk! Though given Bulk's record, it probably wouldn't be the first time.