C&C - Black Dynamite - "Taxes and Death or Get Him to the Sunset Strip!" [7/29]
A new episode airs Sunday night at 11:30 PM Eastern. This is actually the premiere episode in production order.
Broadcast Order: Season 1, Episode 3
Production Order: Season 1, Episode 1
Writer: Brian Ash & Carl Jones
Director: Carl Jones & Justin Ridge
Cream Corn had Michael Jackson, Bullhorn became a porn star. I thought Honey Bee would get addicted to something this week.
So the IRS are like Terminators?
Do NOT f**k with the IRS!
Does Black Dynamite ever smile? ...or is he like Huey?
So the IRS is like the Mafia?
I love how B.D. is the only person that doesn't think Richard Pryor is funny.
Guess who just got...Shaft-ed. (I know, I know, I'm terrible.)
So the IRS are like accountants who levy your assets and garnish your wages until your back taxes are paid off?
The bleeps tonight are more than making up for Deadman Wonderland's recent slacking.
Last edited by Kitschensyngk; 07-29-2012 at 11:13 PM.
Ah, we've all tried multiplying by two for as long we can in our heads. Good exercise for the mind.
the IRS are super serious almost as much as the accountants last request whorephanage? this Richard guy is making less than some Dethklok members! those IRS guys dirty tricks know no bounds they're not laughing with him, but at him, poor poor comedy-man oh snaps, Black Dynamites been had! Paul is indeed loonie good call Bullhorn Richards performing standup for bums? thats pretty nice of him BD versus a kung fu gang and fans thats crazy! amd cocaine is his main man in the end...
I was wondering if they were going to reference the time Richard Pryor caught himself on fire from a freebasing accident, and they did, but with someone else going all Human Torch.
I love how overly serious Black Dynamite is.
"I don't get you. Or your comedy. Or comedy is general."
I also love how everything in this series is so over the top, like the IRS going Terminator on anyone who doesn't pay on time.
“A gentleman is a man who can play the saxophone, but doesn't."
― W.C. Fields
This episode got 1.736 million viewers and a 0.8 A18-49 rating.
Richard Pryor scenes were very funny XD
I'm not sure what to think of this board when a Black Dynamite thread only has 12 (now 13) posts in it after a week since it aired..