Category Archives: 1980s
How in the world did this escape my notice?!
In case you’ve been in a cave, Dave is retiring, in 2015-ish. I’ve bought a few Late Night/Show Top Ten compilations over the years, and I never realized that this was, really, the first one.
This was the “official song” of my elementary school 6th grade class’ going away party.
Semi-NSFW: That Cut Scene From “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” Where They Disintegrate an Animated Pigs Head
Eww. I mean…holy crap, eww!
(Or the character that David Hyde Pierce played shortly before landing Niles on Frasier. This is the chronically suicidal character Theodore Van Horne on the short-lived sitcom The Powers That Be)
I’m only posting this because I think the phrase, “Very subtle, Mrs. Esterhouse.” is in this clip. But I can’t remember. And I can’t listen to the clip right now. So, you can watch this ‘meh’ clip from an awful movie if you want.
Background: Having HBO as a kid, and watching whatever HBO had to offer, when Caddyshack 2 played for a summer, seemingly 20 times a week, I watched it an awful lotta times. And I would occasionally use phrases from the movies in conversations with my brother, like, “Very subtle, Mrs. Esterhouse.”, or “Clear your mind. Think of nothing. Be…the ball. Nanananaaaa….”.