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Re: Bickety Bam... explained
Posted By: Speedball, on host 207.10.37.225
Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2001, at 09:22:59
In Reply To: Bickety Bam... explained posted by Stephen on Monday, January 29, 2001, at 18:09:37:

> > > > Wow. That name RULES! I'm going to say it one time, just for amusement. "Stephen-Bickety BAM!-Keller." Just add Bickety BAM! somewhere in the mimddle of your name, and, WHAM! Instant Coolness.
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> > > > Lif-BICKETY BAM!-ace
> > >
> > > Um, wow... I think I have a new permament nickname... That is, until Stephen assassinates Liface and I go underground because I know I'm next.
> > >
> > > Don the "BICKETY BAM!" Monkeyman
> >
> > Yeah, well, when I saw Bickety-BAM!, my first thought was that of "Cooking LIVE with Emeril Lagasse and Stephen-Bickety / BAM!-Keller as the Main Course."
> >
>
> Blah. It's a (very obscure) Mallrats reference. Sometimes my Kevin Smith obsession just goes a little bit *too* far...
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> Ste "Silent Bob stole the schematics from some foolish carpenter and found a weakness just like the *&^*ing Death Star. You knock this crossbeam out and -- bickity bam! -- the whole stage comes crashing down." phen

Ya know, I saw Mallrats on Network television. Of all the stupid things to do. Since they dubbed over swears you almost never hear Jay's real voice, and the scene with the 'topless fortune teller' makes almost no sense. Face it, some movie just can't survive the 'editing for content' and still be entertaining.

Speed'thats not the only movie with Stan Lee in it. He has a 'blink and you missed it' cameo in X-Men'ball