Noel and Igor dive into their latest episode of Starhunter, in which DVDs can be fickle bastards, and the similarities between this show and Firefly/Serenity become increasingly suspicious.
Igor and Noel dive into their latest episode of Starhunter, where the broader story ramps into gear with a government conspiracy, alien-engineered Lawnmower Man superpowers, a proud Scottish warrior in a kilt, and nekkid bewbs.
Noel and Igor dive into the latest episode of Starhunter, in which an armed drone is used to take out raiders in a desert.
Igor and Noel dive into another episode of Starhunter, where things get better, trust is misplaced, and that bastard won’t stop laughing.
Noel and Igor dive into the first episode of Starhunter, in which they agree that at least the music is nice.
The Showcase arises out of its hiatus as Noel is joined by Igor to introduce the latest Showcase subject: the 2000 Canadian scifi series Starhunter.
Noel and Tony take a look at the one-shot special for Computer Warriors, which explains why that flashlight is never where you remembered leaving it.
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.
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.