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- Vinyl (1965)
- Seconds (1966)
- Rosemary's Baby (1968)
- A Hollywood Invasion of Casino Halls
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- In The Heat of the Night (1967)
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Sealab 2021: The Season Two Hump * Weird & Wacky *
Genre: Animation Sci-Fi Comedy Series
Starring: Harry Goz, Erik Estrada ("CHiPs")
Directed By: Adam Reid, Matt Thompson
Overview: In this updated modern revisiting of the 1972 Series "Sealab 2020", we see a far more farcical and... adult comedy, of scientists living under water, doing... who knows what.
Those of you who know the maturely-geared animation company Adult Swim probably LOVE Adult Swim. I know I do. They started with the ever-so-mildly-cheeky content of "Home Movies", and now have quite a plentiful bunch of titles under their belts, including "Space Ghost Coast To Coast", "Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law", and most notably "Aqua Teen Hunger Force", made ever more famous by rapper MF Doom, a feature film, and by a most-terribly botched ad campaign that ended in Bomb Squad intervention, arrests, a $2-million fine and the resignation of Cartoon Network Head, Jim Samples, which as any Gen-Xer will tell you, is super awesome.
With other fantastic content like "Metalocalypse" and "Robot Chicken", just to chip the tip of the iceberg, it's not any far stretch to say that Adult Swim will be kicking around for a long while yet.
Sadly, this is not the case for "Sealab 2021", which was cancelled after its fourth season, not surprising given the mediocre episodes found in Season Two (2002), a far cry from the wicked awesomeness of the first season, to say the least.
One ten-minute episode, "Fusebox" though hilarious, is seven minutes of the same cel, adding a few bubbles and fish. Original and funny, I still would have appreciated not watching radio. Another episode, "7211", was merely a redubbing of the original script of the dramatic undersea adventure of "Sealab 2020". For as much as it was probably the best episode of the original series, I don't WANT to see the original series, I want to see the hilarious adult version.
These two episodes made me wonder if the creators just blew their budget on coke and hookers.
As for the rest of the show, very few stood out as being truly solid episodes worthy of the high praise I gave it the season before.
I was expecting many more A-class ideas, but I guess they blew their wad in the first season.