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Whelp, 30 minutes of Jerry Lewis' infamous 1972 Holocaust clown movie have turned up online. Dubbed in German mind you. Jerry put it under lock and key until 2024 when presumably he won't be alive anymore, so I guess if you want to watch this (maybe you don't!) now's the time!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9zy-VQLL9IOh and I finished Trek. I laughed at Charles Napier singing those silly songs on that crossbow with strings or whatever it was in "The Way To Eden," so I guess that sort of salvaged an episode that ran 50 minutes but had about 9 minutes' worth of ideas. I sort of liked checking out Mariette Hartley as "Zarabeth" in "All Our Yesterdays" but the episode was like "City On The Edge Of Forever" written by a bored old sad writer who just needed to get a script completed. "Turnabout Intruder" was pretty damn stupid, both Shatner and the redhead were horrible actors in that one. I'm going to rewatch some of the better earlier episodes and then move on to the films. Don't pay the ferryman! Don't even set a price!
Eh, "The Day The Clown Cried", isn't the worst thing I've seen, Lewis should have grown a set of elephant balls, and just released it, and let the chips fall where they may.Speaking of Trek, I've sure you've heard about Anton Yelchin.
Yeah, heard about Yelchin. RIP. Apparently the kind of car he drove was being recalled because of gears shifting into neutral by themselves or some oogie boogie shit. He was less annoying as Chekov than Koenig was, I thought they were doing weird stuff with Chekov towards the end there. Rewatched "The Man Trap" and "Where No Man Has Gone Before," which are simplistic plotwise but due to just being early on in the show, function better than anything in season 3.
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