In some episodes, there are a few comments that mystify us. I've listed them below. If anyone out there knows what any of them mean, please let me know and I'll credit you on the site. (Going forward, I'll be including time codes to make them easier to find; eventually I hope to add them to the older stumpers as well.)
The neat treat that’s fun to eat.
Colossus and the Headhunters
This is the [something] that started Boyd Security.
The Crawling Hand
Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell
“That city is power.” I still think you should see Bill Davis about that job.
Go kiss Tommy Meyer.
“Who’s out there?” Loving me.
Diggalicious? –Diggalicious. –Yeah. Diggalicious.
Oh, no, Dave's van!
The Giant Gila Monster
The Dell Fair program.
Enjoy this next upcoming event from Mark Weston.
Good old Steve Butkus.
Kitten with a Whip
And I thought the Tempworthly party was fun.
[1:19:25] Yeah, my first time with Belle Rossamain in that car there.
The Last Chase
“Captain J. G. Williams.” The aluminum foil magnate?
Constance Heat! I love her films!
“7070.” –Sunnybrook Lane.
Kids can’t resist a Mr. Blister pistol.
What about Farven [?], the state clown of North Dakota?
Operation Double 007
Outlaw of Gor
I like Wade, he’s just not a dancer. Let’s go.
[Sung.] Ride along with me, through the sea …
Ring of Terror
[29:28] C’mon you guys, there’s a fire at the Mort Sy Building. –Get the marshmallows.
[1:16:04] Punch it, Hal. I want to die with you.
It’s not easy growing the best potatoes in the world, but it’s worth it.
The Robot vs. the Aztec MummyHey, it matches my helmet and everything. Now all I need is the Sparkmaster playset and I’m done.
[51:15] Crow whistles an unidentified tune as the terrifying popcorn asteroids zoom past the ship.
The Slime People
All right, Ted, now we’re going to Barney’s Chili Shack and do the same thing.
The Thing That Couldn't Die
[35:40] My, you're a big one, aren't you?
[57:51] Oh, baby, where you got to go?
[1:20:32] Dave? [over a shot of an opening coffin]
The Touch of Satan
[1:03:37] It’s Anne Heller!
Women of the Prehistoric Planet
Filmed on location in Tommy Ronnick’s front yard.