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Jose Oquendo
Jun 20, 2004

At the end of 2018, a study was published by London Metropolitan University showing that certain bacteria, normally present only in intestinal tracts or feces, were found on McDonald's self-service screens.


So this is the second time they tried to get an Uncle Buck TV series going. Weird.

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Jose Oquendo
Jun 20, 2004

At the end of 2018, a study was published by London Metropolitan University showing that certain bacteria, normally present only in intestinal tracts or feces, were found on McDonald's self-service screens.


Gaz-L posted:

Look, they still haven't gotten over John Candy or John Hughes, OK?

Waiting for another go at Ferris Bueller.

Jose Oquendo
Jun 20, 2004

At the end of 2018, a study was published by London Metropolitan University showing that certain bacteria, normally present only in intestinal tracts or feces, were found on McDonald's self-service screens.


tsob posted:

I'm looking forward to the Muppets both because it looks fun and because I've somehow managed to never see the Muppets. I've seen them referenced, but never actually seen more than a few seconds in passing of any of the shows or movies.

WTF. Dude like that other goon said, go watch The Muppet Movie right now. Then go track down some episodes of The Muppet Show. It's very creative and ahead of its time.

Jose Oquendo
Jun 20, 2004

At the end of 2018, a study was published by London Metropolitan University showing that certain bacteria, normally present only in intestinal tracts or feces, were found on McDonald's self-service screens.



That is a sad looking IMDB page, Kevin Meaney.

Jose Oquendo
Jun 20, 2004

At the end of 2018, a study was published by London Metropolitan University showing that certain bacteria, normally present only in intestinal tracts or feces, were found on McDonald's self-service screens.


The biggest crime in that intro is the fake-rear end looking giant pancake. At least in the movie it appeared to be real. Thats just like a piece of cardboard.

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