In which our main villain appears, characterizations change, a hero pulls the sword from the tree, a demon watches a child urinate, and a spaceship gets drunk.
Tony and Noel are finally free to burn their copies of the Pole Position dvds so as to slightly lessen the chances of this show falling into an unsuspecting victim’s hands.
Tony and Noel wrap up the last five episodes of Pole Position, in which our heroes search for clues at a restaurant named The Red Herring, there be gold in them thar hills beneath the lake, the prettiest queen in town wrestles a barracuda, the super cars are foiled by a clown driving a hamburger, and the word “bear” refers to more than the producers of the show meant for it to refer to.
It’s Noel’s pick this month, and Tony and Angie suffer alongside him as they look at The Guyver, which is not only the first live-action American film based on an anime/manga series, but co-stars a big-lipped alligator man enacting a string of big-lipped alligator moments.
Noel takes a look at the fourth episode of the original Tenchi Muyo OVA series, where it’s really hard to find an acceptable screengrab when a character spends half the episode buck-ass naked.
Noel dives into his latest installment of Tenchi Muyo, where rain washes all the bad away.
The drastic measures kick in as Noel and Tony race through the next five Pole Positions, where scientists come in threes, video games make the perfect smuggling tool, tiny robots living in soda machines steal pieces of paintings, the animal sidekick is enslaved and force to loot a national monument, and Zoltan the Magnificent goes poof.
Noel takes a look at the second episode of the Tenchi Muyo OVA series, where dads like to secretly videotape their sons having sex.
Noel and Tony slam into the latest Pole Position, flailing and screaming as they realize they’ve hit a show that’s broken their blog and their wills, and certain measures need to be taken for the safety of all.