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Corn Spy [message #181173] Thu, 09 September 2010 14:14 Go to next message
weary flake is currently offline  weary flake
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"Corn spy? I've been called a lot of things in my
life but never a corn spy" from mst3k Hellcats,
in response to the mumbly type speech in that
movie.

For some reason I found this line unrelievably
hilarious.

I'm also still amused that there is a book version
of the Hellcats movie and that I'm reading it, about
a third or so through now. There are so far only
minor plot differences, and the book is interspersed
with verbal pornography. The movie is better, the
book's too wordy, too much exposition. One plot point
is that Linda and Monte have a go at it and Rita
watches. Scorpio the drug contact in Mexico is more
threatening in the book but at the same time is more
of an ogre in the movie, with his drug-teasing.
Maybe I should check out if there's a novelized
version of Wild Rebels or a Sidehackers novel in
print.
Re: Corn Spy [message #181281 is a reply to message #181173] Fri, 10 September 2010 22:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: Mattu

On Sep 9, 11:14 am, weary flake <wearyfl...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> "Corn spy?  I've been called a lot of things in my
> life but never a corn spy" from mst3k Hellcats,
> in response to the mumbly type speech in that
> movie.
>
> For some reason I found this line unrelievably
> hilarious.
>
> I'm also still amused that there is a book version
> of the Hellcats movie and that I'm reading it, about
> a third or so through now.  There are so far only
> minor plot differences, and the book is interspersed
> with verbal pornography.  The movie is better, the
> book's too wordy, too much exposition.  One plot point
> is that Linda and Monte have a go at it and Rita
> watches.  Scorpio the drug contact in Mexico is more
> threatening in the book but at the same time is more
> of an ogre in the movie, with his drug-teasing.
> Maybe I should check out if there's a novelized
> version of Wild Rebels or a Sidehackers novel in
> print.

what and risk blindness?
Re: Corn Spy [message #181283 is a reply to message #181173] Sat, 11 September 2010 02:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Re: Corn Spy [message #181287 is a reply to message #181281] Tue, 14 September 2010 09:57 Go to previous message
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