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Good Show Sir Comments: Jack the Beanstalker
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I can’t see Jack.
MAGIC SEEDS – NO!
GALACTIC HISTORY – YES!
AN AFFRONT TO DECENCY – PROBABLY!
Prince Valiant meets Misty in the adult-oriented adventure no-one wanted to see!
More like jackin’ the beanstalk.
“Sod the golden egg-laying goose, I’ll take Dyan Cannon in spaghetti…” Grim fairy tale indeed.
In the 70s, Peter O’Toole’s career went downhill fast, and he appeared in some quite slummy releases.
We can run the galactic economy off the orgone energy released by super-models.
These two seem to be made for each other. She’s got the longest eyelashes in the galaxy and he’s got the longest—face.
His evil mission: to give all women the same haircut at him…mwaaahahahaha!
Thank goodness for the power of cropping.
I think Rowan Atkinson was a much better casting choice.
Is it like girltalk but more leguminous?
A female Doctor with Richard III as the first companion? Sign me up.
That poor woman is being held in some painful energy net that’s got hold of her at all of her important points, and that man’s just standing there leering. If she wants help, and she does, she certainly won’t be able to rely on that creep.
I’m not sure if they’re extracting or injecting some fluid into this poor woman. Whichever the case, I can’t fathom why they would need to do it with her, um, ‘mammular regions’.
This is what she looks like after she’s done.
Magic seeds… no! Galactic History… Yes!’
Why not both?
@DSWBT – No way I’m clicking that link. Not gonna do it.
@B’mancer: Would you click it for a Klondike bar?
Inside the walls of the Barilla pasta factory.
@B’mancer: it’s okay, it’s just a link to another (ridiculously similar) GSS cover.
@JuanPaul: I shall be purchasing another brand of pasta if true! Cruel to women and unsanitary. Plus full of creepy medieval British men (or cosplayers thereof).
Since you were wondering-
Literally a sci-fi version of “Jack and the Beanstalk”.
@RachelJ: In which case the haircut is explained, but not the electric pasta. And we find out the author’s true name.
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