I had only heard about it and read about it. Sealab 2021: BIZARRO! Everyone I know and pretty much every thing I've read about it said it was the single worst 11 minutes ever to be shown on the cartoon network.
Well, I finally got to see what all the fuss was about, and I just gotta say... I thought it was THE FUNNIEST 11 minutes I've ever sat through. This was even better then the IN THE CLOSET episode or the STIMUTACS episode.
Was it just me being drunk, or was I really THAT highly entertained by it that I've seen it 3 times in a row now and STILL can't stop laughing at it.
Cerebus: RIP 1977-2004.
"What do you think it's like being created by a manic-depressive, paranoid schizophrenic, hypochondriac, misogynist with delusions of grandeur and a messiah complex?"
I'd put Bizarro as #2 on my list of best Sealab episodes, right behind In The Closet.
I can't imagine anybody not crying with laughter after seeing it, or most Sealabs for that matter. BRILLIANT, I SAY, BRILLIANT
Marco: But we can chew nails and shoot 'em out as bullets, right? Quinn: Nails, chains -- you won't have titanium teeth for nothing. Murphy: Nails are like candy to robots! And we'll eat tires instead of licorice. Debbie: GAH! No we won't!! Murphy: Maybe YOU won't.
Eh, I didn't hate it, it made me laugh, especially Turtleface but I wouldn't rate it real high just becuase of how good some other episodes are. I think just about the whole first season would be rated over it in my book.
I feel the same as Quezzy. It was good for a laugh, but I thought it got old really fast.
My favorite Sealab episode was the one about the making of the movie "Tinfins". BUT FIRST, here are about 20 commercials for Grizzlebees. The ads were all hilarious, and the constant delay until the actual behind the scenes special made it all the better.
"Did Webb see it?"- Cal Meechum "Unless he's blind"- Joe Wilson "Check him. Oh, and Joe, until we find out what happened all three of us are blind"- Cal "I'll go poke Webb's eyes out"- Crow T. Robot
It's a great and rare thing you've done and continue to do, eke. Keep it up. I also want to note that there's parallels from eke's story that I empathized with (in reference to my experience as a recovering alcoholic).