Fuck!!! First it was gay Willy, now…..

Professor Rape

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I heard that set was fucking nuts. The ‘dad’ had to be pulled off the puppet because he got so mad at it.
There was no floor coz they needed room for the puppet. So the actors had to navigate across beams or they'd fall and injure themselves.

The show was fucking shit and unfunny. Some episodes were written by early Simpsons showrunners and those were sort of watchable.

After the last episode was done filming, Max wright left right away without saying bye to anyone. Nothing wrong with that, I've never said bye to anyone at any job ive left.
 

LaylaCumiasMoistHotPocket

A circle of N-words
he became a crack addict and fucked homeless niggers

still like the show tho
It was in The National Enquirer . I’ll see if I can find the headline.


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How ya like them apples, Cumia? Pristine white TV Dad Max Wright. His delicate little aryan posterior was plundered by a Nubian savage. Gay coal burners must infuriate him even more.
 

LaylaCumiasMoistHotPocket

A circle of N-words
There was no floor coz they needed room for the puppet. So the actors had to navigate across beams or they'd fall and injure themselves.

The show was fucking shit and unfunny. Some episodes were written by early Simpsons showrunners and those were sort of watchable.

After the last episode was done filming, Max wright left right away without saying bye to anyone. Nothing wrong with that, I've never said bye to anyone at any job ive left.
Looking at it now, awful and dated humour. But its nostalgia recalls my childhood. Back to a time when mentally ill young men with bolt on tits would’ve been encouraged to jump from an overpass.
 

Wigger

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There was no floor coz they needed room for the puppet. So the actors had to navigate across beams or they'd fall and injure themselves.

The show was fucking shit and unfunny. Some episodes were written by early Simpsons showrunners and those were sort of watchable.

After the last episode was done filming, Max wright left right away without saying bye to anyone. Nothing wrong with that, I've never said bye to anyone at any job ive left.

Hmm...that explains this clip

 

Easily_Remembered

It's not REALLY Ray Wilson
I remember hearing a radio interview of one of the writers. He was an active heroin addict the whole time writing for the show.
He wrote a pretty entertaining book, called Permanent Midnight. It details his time on the set of ALF among other things.

They made it into a movie with Ben Stiller, but I can't remember what the movie was called.
 
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