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Below are the 8 most recent journal entries recorded in Unidentified Arts and Entertainment's LiveJournal:

Friday, November 7th, 2008
11:17 pm
Referee bit?
There used to be a commercial that featured some baseball manager yelling at an empire, and he said, "Hey, you over officious jerk!" I have no idea what that was a commercial for.
Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
12:07 pm
Unidentified movie #4
One time I saw a TV movie about a vampire. He watched the sun rise on television monitors, and it really depressed him. I can't remember anything else about the movie.
12:06 pm
Unidentified movie #3
A long time ago, I saw a TV movie about a woman who is trying to escape from prison. She loved the warden's daughter (or the mayor's?). At the end of the movie, she was at a hydroelectric dam, trying to rescue the girl? Or something like that. What the hell was this movie called?
Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006
9:41 am
Was it on Frasier?
I remember seeing a commercial for some TV show, and it had the following lines in it:
"How do I look? What does this dress say to you?"
"It says, take me! Take me! TAKE ME TO THE CIRCUS!"
Saturday, December 10th, 2005
4:25 pm
Unidentified movie quote
"Nickel and dime, my friend, nickel and dime."

Was this from Cast A Deadly Spell? Or what movie was it?
Saturday, December 3rd, 2005
1:41 am
Pretty quiet...
This community has been pretty quiet. You know, anybody can post anything they want about the various arts or entertainment things they remember but cannot identify. Maybe someone can help out or something.
Saturday, October 15th, 2005
9:05 am
Unidentified TV
I remember seeing a workout/exercise show on during the eighties that began each time with video with blurred afterimages. It showed women doing jumping jacks, and you'd see afterimages of their arms as they were moving. The background was garishly colored, like bright pink or something.
Friday, September 23rd, 2005
11:01 am
Wanted List #1
There was a British film where an automated office building was killing people by absorbing their BTU's. One guy tried to escape by throwing a chair at the glass window, but the evil computer zapped it and turned it to dust. You couldn't touch any metal surface or electrical object, or it would evaporate you.
In either a TV show or a movie, a couple was arguing about eating raw vegetables. The wife said that you could "taste the vitamins and minerals," and the husband said, "Yeah, because it's raw!!"
It was a movie in the style of Ice Pirates, but they drove around a tank with a plastic bubble on top, and the bubble contained a large machine gun. They drove through a cave and fought bad guys.
This might have been Seinfeld, but some show had a lady who said she was "breezy" and the guys said she couldn't be breezy because she said she was "breezy."
It was a British program on PBS that featured a guy in a white room, wearing white clothing. He talked with a brain in a tank.
It was a prime time soap opera involving newscasters, and the theme song was No More I Love You's.
A puzzle game from Japan where you moved around Mahjong blocks to escape the room.
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