Bulk and Skull 14





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Published on Oct 27, 2007

Ms. Appleby's class projects become more & more unreasonable & unsettling if you look at them long enough. As you all should be familiar with, time capsules are nothing less ridiculous than burying a bunch of garbage underground so that when future generations build over everything that's here now, they won't find it anyway. But let's not forget, that this is a gesture of stupid chronocentrism. The 90s have nothing wonderful to contribute to the future. That is unless of course you think rap, gang wars, and shallow whining paranoia are good things.

So, here's question. Is Ms. Appleby having flashbacks of the Viet Cong delta while Bulk and Skull make their famous "Bulkwich"? That's the only valid explanation that comes to mind concerning her bizarre facial contortions as Bulk and Skull complete their assignment. Granted, they should have at least wrapped that sandwich in Reynold's Wrap when they were finished. But they're actually performing the sandwich making before the class! That is a treat. I can't recall the last time I saw a sandwich smythe on the Food Network.

As for getting mayonaise all over Paulie Schrier for at least the second time in the series... I'll let you decide if this deserves a "Mature" rating on YouTube. Just ignore Jason's (Red Ranger's) smart-assed remark about "changing the future". Because, you know, when we'll be dead, our brains decomposed & our neurons disintegrated into ash, the living will have such a profound affect on us.

Continuing on with the thread of "Angel Grove students are interminably stupid", why do people constantly walk UNDER A SANDWICH? Beside the fact it's totally assinine to walk through a doorway while people are coming through, are they eager for a heaping sandwich being dropped on them? Even complete strangers are utter jackasses to Bulk and Skull for no good reason whatsoever. Or are the PR writers trying to somehow make some nonsensical claim that people carrying sandwiches have no inalienable rights or something? Oh well, I thank God I'm not one of the idiots in the media who think retarded, impressionable eight-year-olds are a good target audience.

The sandwich gag was kind of forced (even by PR standards). Bulk and Skull drop their own sandwich on themselves. They practically did it on purpose. And somehow the PRs still manage to force out derisive laughter. Plus, you never wanna see wasted food, especially one of those party subs. Oh well, can't blame Bulk and Skull for that one.

This ep includes Bulk and Skull's Cockroach-kung fu. It's halfway surprising Kimberly won't date Skull even though he's a cockroach-fu master, because people will opt to date for any shallow reason, especially if it's to date someone for something as invalid as something they just made up. What's that, you save burning puppies and drowning kittens? I don't care, cause he's got flavored condoms!

How does Trini justify her claim that "there's no such thing as cockroach kung-fu" when Bulk and Skull are right there, having invented it? Her and Wikipedia. Believe it or not, you CAN'T post anything you want on Wiki, even if it exists and the information is true. Just another example of our media paranoia. I don't quite follow the marketing strategy on the roach-fu. Apparently all they need to do to gather onlookers is to say to themselves "We need publicity!" and then do the same thing as before. Hopefully you'll learn why Youth Centers aren't good places to spend time after school when you ponder why Ernie doesn't have a reaction to the unleashed cockroaches.

Make your own conclusions about Jason's (Red Ranger's) father. But the biker chick you might see in the background is Skull's mother! Bulk's and Skull's parents, here at last! Zack's father, Tay Zonday in thirty years. Skull's parents may seem a little intimidating, since they look like they were taken out of a bad Ross Hagen movie, but not all bikers are boozed up drugfiends! The cake on Bulk's mother is just an outright insult, one that even the PR writers ought to feel ashamed for. A perfectly nice woman walks into a room and receives the same treatment her son does with the same intended ridicule. I'm surprised the room didn't break out into scornful laughter as usual. Her dress does look nice, though, like a kind of abstract art painting. The blending of colors and the selection of them certainly are vibrant and pleasant to look at, in a bright sort of way. As we can see, Bulk's and Skull's parents are vastly different from each other, but at least the parents and kids get along fantastically.

Kimberly's father is apparently Jonathan Frakes, whom ran past at 7:50. Another foodfight reveals that there's no dignity for ANYBODY! AHH foreshortening! Billy's shock at getting B is the most disgusting display of narrow-minded naivety we've seen yet. Why aren't B&S eager leave the classroom? How do they teleport like that? B&S by now have learned that Billy & Co. don't like them, & mock the B.

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