The Horshack Redemption #33

Gilligan and the Professor countdown their top best and worst toys of the 1970s before moving on to the feature: Take This Job And Shove It (1981). Enjoy.

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Robert Hays and Martin Mull - two rival businessmen climbing the corporate ladder

Eddie Albert as the greedy capitalist pig

Uncle Leo from Seinfeld plays a fairly big role as the asshole foreman of the beer factory

David Keith and Tim Thomerson are two ignorant rednecks working in the beer factory.  Trouble comes when their buddy from the old days, Robert Hays, arrives to take command.

Dear God, Robert Hays' friends are thoroughly unlikeable.

Barbara Hershey and pretty much every southern character spend a lot of screentime hammered.

A perfect opportunity for gratuitous nudity (via Robert Hays' old flame played by Joan Prather) squandered.

Art Carney rebels!

The infamous toilet paper football game.  A low point not only in this movie, but a low point in movie history.


  1. Geez, I forgot how many big names were in that pic!

  2. Great review as always but I laughed loudest at your list of terrible toys, you guys are the best, keep it up.