It Is Clear That Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks Should Rap More

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Some of us have known about the travesty/work of art since it came out in 87. Shame you have only now discovered it.

At one point in the 80s I am convinced that certain contractual obligations were made and that as many stars as possible had to rap.

See: Superbowl Shuffle:
https://vimeo.com/74972893
C3P0 raps:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7sxNlA9…
Even Mel Brooks got in on it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yu2NqfIS…
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Revenge of the Nerds 2 rap is still my jam! http://youtu.be/OVciTJNGAb0
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Ghastly.
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If only jokey remakes of old TV shows could be half as entertaining as Dragnet...I'm looking at you 21 Jump Street and I see you hiding Charlie's Angels.

Christopher Plummer as the evil evangelical preacher. It's really worth seeing.

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Music by The Art of Noise if I recall. My teenage self loved this at the time.
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Dragnet was a delightful send up of cop movies.
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I wouldn't go as far as #6, but it's a fun film. An excellent use of pre-dissolution Dan Ackroyd.
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'oh, thank god, vibrator repair.' i love this movie!
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You really brought me back with this, David. And I'm still not sure how I feel about that. I feel so uncomfortable about having remembered a few of the lyrics to this, likely 26-27 years after having seen this video.
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One year for Halloween a friend and I dressed as members of People Against Goodness and Decency. No one got the joke. What a terrible, awesome movie.
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PAGAD? No wonder no one got it!
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I loooved this song and bought the cassette maxi single that was filled with EXTENDED REMIXES. In my defense, I was a huge Art of Noise fan and wanted to be Tom Hanks. That's a piss poor defense, now that I think about it.
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You've got a lot of repressed feelings, don't you, Schmader? Must be what keeps your hair up.