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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bill Bubble Guy, Jul 30, 2008.
Really? What game did he first appear in?
I don't know I was guessing. I don't even know who Nack the Weasel is.
Oh., that I just gave away the answer, lol! Well in that case the answer is true and I think that is the only game where Nack appears. He's kind of like knuckles and he set's up traps all around the island, only he's a weasel.
Heres a quote from wikipedia
It seemed to me like he was just a sort of replacement for Knuckles as Triple Trouble came out along with Sonic 3.
Oh man, I almost forgot about this thread...
Okay, I got a good one for you guys, though it might throw you off, but here it goes...
True or false - the set of Hogan's Heroes was used to film sleaze.
Yes, but not regarding actor Bob Crane's homemade stags, but rather after the show finished production in the 70s, another production company obtained the rights to use the set for a WW2 movie about a female mad scientist running a prison/medical camp, and... let's just say, giving her prisoners the "Bob Barker treatment" if you know what I mean.
I never saw it thankfully, but I read up about it... I wonder how HH fans reacted to see "Stalag 13" transformed in such a manner?
Okay I'll let you go again. I don't feel like making up a question at the moment and then coming back and answering it. My mind is warped out from grading papers for several hours today at school.
True or false - H.R. Pufnstuf was based loosely on the story of a man who was stranded on an island inhabited by a magic, floating, talking orb.
Right, it was a joke TV Land once used to describe the premise, but both Sid and Marty Krofft said H.R. Pufnstuf was derived from an attraction they developed for a Six Flags park.
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