Mr. Coffin was sensational throughout. Way better than Mr. Peanut, who was also briefly considered for the role.
Hannibal's taking a complicated and dangerous international mission solely to zing a guy!
Now I know what to do if an amoral military colonel should trap me in my garden.
Hannibal's on his own with a tummy full of poisoned milk. If you don't know he's a vigilante, it sounds like a the plot of a Little Golden Book.
They have to find a guy named Tiny Roscoe, whose name has GOT to be a double entendre.
James Madison laid down the law and worked with underprivileged kids. James Madison was the B.A. Baracus of early American history.
The villains' security is pretty slight: a few tripwires, a few hidden cameras, a few guys dressed like Elmer Fudd eating cheese.
To recap: one guy doesn't want to sell weapons to two guys who don't really want to buy them. Can we start over?
There's something about a 5:30 am event aimed at stopping a 2 pm event on a show that airs at 8 pm that makes my head hurt.