Baywatching: The One That Got Away Obscurus Lupa | February 28, 2015 Harvey takes advantage of a serial killer victim. Also there’s a serial killer. Baywatch,TV,david hasselhoff
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Ahaha, the fish in the pan got me. ;P
I like Allison’s impressions of the characters, always hilarious. ;P
The “shirt buttons” joke was great– it made me think of the “I’ve been eating paste all afternoon” quip from an earlier episode.
Yo, this has got to be like the shittiest serial killer ever. He managed a total body count of zero.
Anyway, loving this as usual!
Which makes you wonder if he qualifies at all. Maybe serial harasser.
Been missing these reviews! Me and father love these.
Baywatch, the show that keeps on giving.
“eddie is emasculated some more” sounds promising
Man, every time that Baywatching theme starts up, I get instantly happy. 😀
This is one of my favorite BW in a while. I mean, not the longest of whiles, but it’s refreshing.
If I ever get a guard dog, I’m going to name him Knife Puncher.
Don’t you mean….a Calling Karp?
Somehow keeps getting better and better!
I was having a bad day and thought “I haven’t been on phelous.com in a while…”. I had a backlog of 3 Baywatching episodes (including this one) and it made me so happy. It’s the little things in life. 😛
Why is the marine biology stuff with all the test tubes and delicate scientific equipment in the same room as the karate lesson?
And Marine Biologist Lady doesn’t tell Mitch about the knife-wielding psychopathic fisherman dude because…? Judging by her body language in the scene and the fact she gets mildly defensive (“I’m fine, okay?”), I’d say she’s ashamed she was victimized. And yet, because she tells no one about the killer, he’s free to continue trying to murder people, therefore anything he does after she escaped is indirectly her fault.
And apparently she did eventually tell someone, but only after the second attack…
And I just realized my above comments came dangerously close to victim-blaming. For which I apologize.