The Richard Kiel Experience
|The Richard Kiel Experience|
An animutation-style tribute to TV and film actor Richard Kiel.
- Puma Man
- Hello Kitty
- Dancing Pipe
- Richard Kiel as Jaws (from The Spy Who Loved Me), Eegah, and Kanamit
- photoshopped woman
- Pip (from Chrono Cross)
- Dr. Frank N. Furter
- Radical Edward and Ein (from Cowboy Bebop)
- mutilated baby?
- A Hobgoblin
- donut-costume guy
- Mr. Creosote
- praying mantis
- bear's body
- James Bond
- gutted deer with tuberculosis
- Roger Wilco
- Father Mushroom
- Kero Kero Keroppi
- Yosemite Sam
- Bubbles (from The Powerpuff Girls)
- "Butchered at Birth" album cover
- Dave Thomas
- Uncle Sam
- Chester (Sifl and Olly)
- Schlitzie the Pinhead
- furry thing?
- woman with two costumed characters?
- member of the Upright Citizens Brigade
- thermal photography of a guy?
- Mr. Saturn
- Fat Albert
- Carrot Top
- mouse with a computer mouse
- x-ray of a human head
- Bert the Turtle
- The Grinch
- Mr. T
- dancing guy (also in Earth Vs. Funk)
- mutilated guy?
- purple goblin's body
- woman with latex glove over head (also in DooDooCaca)
- Chu-Chu (from Xenogears)
- Felix the Cat
- Hooters owl
- Adam Sandler
- Jargon Scott
- power droid
- New Age Retro Hippie
- California Raisins
- Kool-Aid Man
- Tonde Buurin
- Devil Puppet
- Pennywise the Dancing Clown
- Imperfect Cell
- thing in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer costume?
- David Bradley
- Timmy (from South Park)
- drunk porcelain figure
- My Melody
|Fake Lyrics||Real Lyrics|
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The song in this animutation is the original theme song to the anime "Kyatto Ninden Teyandee", which was later made into "Samurai Pizza Cats".
- Fun Fact: "Teyandee" is a colloquial phrase that when translated, approximately means "What the hell are you talking about?" (which is appropriate in the song, as the singer is describing cats that not only fight crime as ninjas, but also deliver pizzas. Any sane person would go "What the hell?" when confronted with these facts). Or, more simply, "What the fuck?", though probably not as vulgar.
- The text "Disney has taken your ABC away", shown during the "Dave Thomas Autopsy" scene, is a reference to a stunt pulled by a cable company owned by Time-Warner. After Disney bought out ABC, the station in question was briefly replaced by a blank screen with the scrolling text mentioned above.
- The Richard Kiel Experience was declared "The 3rd Most Frightening Movie on the Internet" in an episode of TechTV's "The Screen Savers".
- "Do not step on the momeraths" is a reference to Disney's 1951 animated version of "Alice in Wonderland".
- "Didn't I, didn't I, didn't I see you crying?" is a reference to a line in the Cheap Trick song "I Want You To Want Me", which has a similar melody.
- The subliminal message "Oh no! Pikachu!! Please don't sue!" may be a reference to the "Big American Party" sequence from the end of the first episode of Clerks: The Animated Series.
- Naturally, this film has several references to the works of Richard Kiel:
- "Richard Kiel pursues James Bond more than anyone else" is a reference to the recurring James Bond villain Jaws (played by Richard Kiel). Aside from Ernst Blofeld (who is always played by a different actor in each of his appearances), he is the only other villain to appear in more than one movie ("The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker").
- "Richard Kiel lives for millenia by drinking sulphur water" is a reference to the movie "Eeegah!". In the movie, the titular caveman (played by Richard Kiel) was supposedly granted incredible longevity by sulfur deposits in the cave in which he lived.
- The line "watch out for snakes!", used several times in this animutation, is another reference to "Eeegah!".
- Like Gender Neutral, this movie also contains many useless objectives including:
- Objective #12: The approximate melting point of an M&M is 98.6 degrees.
- Objective #13: The usage of breath mints and cough drops on school grounds is strictly prohibited and will result in mandatory suspension.
- Objective #14: Banging your head against a wall uses 150 calories an hour.
- Objective #15: Sex-craved male mice, who spend 5 to 11 hours per day pursuing female mice, could live years longer if they abstained.
- Objective #16: The hole near the edge of the sink is called a porcelator.
- Objective #17: The best recorded distance for projectile vomiting is 27 feet.