AAAHH!! DUCK!! It's the Water Missile of Death!!!

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AAAHH!! DUCK!! It's the Water Missile of Death!!!

Post by Dr_Dad »

Okay, folks, the part of the enhanced CD of "Poodle Hat" that everybody is talking about is "Al's Home Movies"! Over eight minutes of Al goodness and laughter!

This thread is to ask -- what is your favorite moment or moments on the Home Movies?? Mine include:

"Hey, everybody! Look at the freak on the ostrich!!";

"Yay! Notebook paper!! WOO-hoo-hoo-HOO!!";

and the Halloween outing of "Daniel Boone and his transvestite friend".

My favorite of all? The title of this thread, of course!

So what's yours????? :D

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Post by Squirrelygirl »

The computer system I'm using today wasn't able to open the files. I'll have to wait until I get home, and hope my computer there won't let me


If I can't open the files at then, I guess I'll just have to accept defeat like

a mature adult and jump off the roof. :crazy:


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Post by pickledwiener »

Mine's gotta be the water missle of death also, but the circles section is a close second.

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Post by OneNote »

The bit about him being 8 and getting into Hard Drinking.

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Post by JKaudio »

There's this one part right as it begins that lasts up until about the time that it ends. That's MY favorite part! :P


P.S. In other words, too hard to choose one part!

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Post by BillyW3 »

Beat me up! Come on! Just beat me up!

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Post by Justmac »

I love the home made Twister game. 'Milton Bradley's not getting OUR hard earned money.'

"Right on Mom! Stick it to the man"

I also love the 'Ostrich Boy'. LOL

My kids have watched these home movies over and over and over and over again. They LOVE it as much as I do.

You know what's fun? If you you click on 'play' and then FF. You can watch the movies with Al narrating ala Alvin the Chipmunk. :biggrin: It's so easy to amuse a 5 and 6 year old. OK, I found it amusing too.

Debby <--- easily amused and proud of it


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Post by Medemia »

If you get towards the end and press the rewind button, you can listen to the whole thing backwards in chipmunk too (actually, it seems like all the words are the right way, just in reverse order).

I liked the Southpark Kenny comment and the running in circles comments (sometimes I would get big groups of people and make them run in circles with me).

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Post by Clever_Username »

I'm still laughing about that flower cycle he rides.

"Seriously, BEAT ME UP!!!"

The home movies, the Ben Folds mix of 'Why...?', and being able to follow the lyrics of 'Bob' are some of the coolest extras I've ever seen on a music cd.

Well, there's your extra content....WERE YOU ENTERTAINED?!!!

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Post by Happy Steve »

Those home movies were absolutely hysterical!

I kinda remember Al doing something similar to this before. Specifically, I recall him saying stuff like "Whenever I was bad, my mom would staple a watermelon to my face." and "She'd take out my spinal cord and sell me to the circus as The Boneless Boy".

Does anyone remember when Al did that?

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