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[1996-03-05-ECW-TV] Pulp Fiction

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Wow. Stevie Richards and the Blue Meanie introduce themselves as the Fabulous Ones.

 

"You may remember us from our days in Memphis."

 

That was a riot! The subsequent Blue Meanie/Bubba Ray miming and beatboxing is great too.

 

And of course, Brian Pillman. There's a scene of him in a limo (wearing tie-dye pants) with his attorney reviewing his contract. "Early termination? That's an extreme concept."

 

And then Brian is sitting naked on his couch complaining about how Eric Bischoff "stripped him of everything".

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Ah man the whole dancing part was just great. I forgot all about Dances with Dudley. Who was that guy?

 

Was Pillman's attorney the same guy that was commissioner of USWA in late 96 Elliot Pollick?

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The Pitbulls change things up--this week, their threats are toward the Bruise Brothers. There's one I'll be sure to add to the Supplemental Viewing section. "Can of whoopass" is said on a wrestling show for perhaps the first but oh so not the last time. Sandman and Missy Hyatt make eyes at each other. Missy's still pretty hot at this point. Stevie and "Stan" Fargo strut for us. Dances with Dudley attempts the same. I wonder how many takes that Buh Buh Ray/Meanie bit took without either one cracking up. Brian Pillman cackles in his limo. "Wassamatta you?" JT Smith asks us. The Eliminators cut their weekly promo on the Pitbulls. Taz and Alfonso don't appreciate the ECW shakycam. Big Dick Dudley grunts. Pillman misinterprets the Constitution again.

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The tag division stuff is nothing I am really invested in at this point. Pillman again is disturbing talking about Eric stripping him of everything as he was naked. Overall and effective Pulp Fiction.

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