I pity the fool who doesn't respect their mother....
Bart and Lisa scam a delivery service out of enough boxes to build a castle in their back yard.
A battle ensues when the company wants their boxes back.
From the Simpsons episode Rome-old and Juli-eh.
This is a newly created digitization of the demonstration video advertising the Magnavox Magnavision VH-8000 Laser Video Disc Player, featuring Leonard Nimoy.
The video has been taken from the original LaserDisc, played on a Pioneer LD-660 LaserDisc Player.
As spokesman for Magnavox, Leonard Nimoy demonstrates the first consumer LaserDisc player made, the Magnavox VH-8000 MagnaVision. He is introduced to and guided through this product by a glowing, beeping rock.
Leonard Nimoy, aka Mr. Spock on Star Trek, sings the praises his favorite hobbit, Bilbo Baggins.
Commentary by the Rifftrax crew of Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett.
Fan video of Nimoy in Mission Impossible (season 4).
Song by Peter Murphy: All Night Long.
Mason Reese is a huge Star Trek fan.
Mason was also a former child actor who appeared in numerous television commercials in the 1970s, particularly for Underwood Deviled Ham, Post Raisin Bran, and Dunkin' Donuts' Dunkin' Munchkins-brand "donut holes".
In the role Robert Wagner was born to play, Nimoy stars as All-American race car driver Tom Kovack who tackles mystery and adventure after he is endowed with psychic powers in a racing accident. A failed TV pilot, it is notable for it's fun, kitchy opening and totally kick ass theme song.
Leonard Nimoy tries to prove that William Shatner is not a nice guy and tells us about the time Bill stole his bike.
From The Simpsons episode (season 4): Marge Vs. the monorail.
R.I.P Leonard Nimoy.
People expect alot of options from fast food restaurants.
From 1982, Tomorrow's World takes a look at how early data encryption works when sending messages across the internet.
From Tomorrow's World on the BBC
An early interview with Chris Farley in character as Matt Foley from Saturday Night Live (SNL).
From Late Night with Conan O'Brien
The badminton birdie many Americans hit around their backyards can fly faster than 200mph in professional games! The key to the birdie's speed is its unique aerodynamic shape and materials combined with a complicated kinetic chain of movements by players.
Bill Murray at the 25th Anniversary SNL special.
From Saturday Night Live