Haha! It's interesting how the theme music can set the entire tone of the intro.
Damn funny, but I expect that from the site that gave us the Exceptional Four! (How the Fab 4 doin' anway?)
I need a shower.
er.. How are the Fab 4 doin', anyway? I need an editor.
^ Who are you, oh riddling stranger?
If you're addressing me as the "riddling stranger," UBM, I'm just a lurking fan (with some occasional typographical issues). You do a good job. Just thought I'd let you know.
^ Oh. Cool. Thanks for that. As for the Exceptional Four... they are preparing to do battle with a new villain... COMMANDER STEELE!
Wow. That was Lifetime-worthy.
Snap. Then we should've seen this very special episode comin'.
^ Damn. That was creepy as hell.
Just discovered your blog and love it! I think I find the video more disturbing than funny. Brought back memories of the "very special" episode when Dudley was almost molested. I was truamatized. Really couldn't understand why the he just couldn't have the bike...
That's almost up there with the redo of Mary Poppins with the theme from the Exorcist. That clip from the "very special episode' was creepy. It was a very clever move to use that particular actor who always plays Mr. Nice.
"Diff'rent Strokes" and "Webster" always struck me as good examples of white liberal good intentions gone awry. If it was all about equality, how come there was no show in which a white child was adopted by a black family?
Don't front on Gary Coleman, though. As a child entertainer, he was something special. The cho-mo clip reminded me of that.
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