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If Fellini's 8 1/2 was released today, what would it's trailer look like? We like to think it would be bastardized thusly: (This is a really film-dorky thing, if it's not funny to you, then you are not as dorky as you thought, congrats!)
Striker finds himself is a favorable situation when he comes to the aid of day drunk hottie. However, he must quarantine Swat and Dewalt if he is to have any alone time with the girl. This forces Swat and Dewalt to find their ‘inner-selves’, while Striker finds out there is not much he can do without Swat.
When the Striker and Swat lock themselves out of the complex, they seek out the handyman, Dewalt, for some spare keys. However, the boys soon realize that Dewalt has bigger troubles than they do, when they find out that Dewalt has no need for keys.
Striker and Swat have a misunderstanding with a couple of their neighbors. However, when Swat’s alcoholic cousin, Big Jim, shows up for a visit, things get ‘cleared up’ real quick.
Striker and Swat help the handyman, Dewalt, fix Todd’s sink, but that’s not all that needs fixing. Resident shut in, Todd, has problems with his sink as well as people. Todd's biggest problem now…nobody has ever been in his apartment!
Swat blows Striker off for an apartment complex taco party. When Swat decides to 'get down' with some of the neighbors at the poolside BBQ, Striker launches an assault- only to be out maneuvered by Swat and the ever smooth 'Guitar Man'.
Striker and Swat get involved in a "whodunnit" when someone in the building leaves lint in the dryer. Obsessed with finding the culprit and pushing his form of vigilante justice, Striker drags Swat on a daylong journey to uncover the mystery behind the dryer lint.
This short film was completed in 2004 as part of the 48 Hour Film Project. The requirement was to complete a movie in 48 hours that contained a picture as a prop, the name 'W. Fritz Bean, a farmer' as a character, and "That's a very good question" as a line of dialogue. Judge for yourself how we did.
Bob goes out on a date with Betty, perhaps the first woman other than his mother to truly understand and appreciate him.
Another lazy Sunday in Bob's neighborhood; while Bob works on his yard, his nosy neighbor crosses the line, forcing Bob to take matters into his own hands.
This video created by several AV Club members. The masks used in this video are from SPFXMasks.com, and the music was created for the video; it's not a real band.
Bob goes home to visit his parents for dinner, you can really see why Bob grew up to be the man he is!
Psycho Bob decides to take some time off from his normal routine and goes to catch a movie, but there's a complication... there's someone worse than Bob at the same movie.
Bob goes to the gym to work out some of his aggressions, and settles a score while he's there.
Bob decides to take a leisurely drive through the desert, and he picks up a few hitchhikers along the way to keep himself company.