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Sebben and Sebben Benefits Package:
Sebben and Sebben Perks:
Daily toilet paper allowance
Chairs (for earners)
Air (for earners)
Unrestricted inter-office phone calls
Picked over meeting muffins (by the printer)
Two way stairs
A mostly pest-free environment
Free passes to already free events
Take your mistress to work day
Emergency Exits (For senior personnel only)
Friends of Harvey Birdman
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I have always wanted Phil's voicemail message on my phone but I have no idea how. Anyone know a way?
In the Incredible Hippo episode (season 4 I think) there's a scene where Reducto is ranting about something (probably shrinking) to Inch High Private Eye. They have a shot where IHPE is sitting and Reducto is not actually on screen but his shadow is projected hugely and menacingly on the wall. My question is what is this scene a reference to? Could be Bram Stoker's Dracula but I swear I saw a cartoon movie when I was young that had a creepy scene like this.
Just wondered if anyone here was aware. BACK OFF!!!
I see it listed, along with Birdgirl and Space Ghost Coast to Coast, but wanted to make sure it’s actually available. In Canada.
You probably don't recognize the name, but he was the narrator for that episode (and a brief bit about the cryogenic freezing process in the Attorney General special). He's also better known for having composed the music for the HBO in Space intro, including a rarely-heard version with lyrics(!); two other famous TV movie opens -- the CBS "projector" used in the late 70s (and more recently revived) and ABC's "star tunnel" of the early 80s, as well as HBO's World Championship Boxing theme (and more recently a news music package for his hometown station, Rochester's WROC channel 8). He's also done a lot of commercial voicework for ads produced by his company, including his fellow Upstate New York businesses Wegmans and Raymour & Flanigan (I didn't connect the dots on him being the voice of those ads and the voice of this episode for years).
The question is HOW he got involved. A part of me thinks it didn't necessarily have anything to do with his HBO work -- before Ma Bell's reorganization HBO and Turner operated at arm's length from each other. IIRC the episode was at least in part a parody of the orientation videos viewed by new employees of Turner (most obviously the part about Phil winning the America's Cup). But whatever the reason I'm glad they picked him, since his narration is really what sells the whole damn episode.
I know they re-used a lot of voice actors but I've slept on this connection for so long haha.
I felt like I set my girlfriend up for this one.
And now we’re rewatching it. This show is fucking insane and we adore it.
What episode is Harvey playing some sort of pipe instrument? It cuts away after he decides to play it and cuts back in with him sitting there still playing it.
Was gonna get it on my forearm and was probably just going to go with his classic pose with his arm on his hip. On the fence on whether or not I should get him holding the glass of whiskey from the episode where they give Harvey an intervention. What do you guys think?
Whenever I’m counting down or up I can’t stop myself from quoting Phil in my last couple of seconds by saying “9 alligator, 10 alligator” and so on. What about you guys?