Stinkmeaner 3: The Hateocracy – S03/E05
- Episode synopsis
- HBOMax Synopsis: Colonel H. Stinkmeaner had no family and no friends but he did have a mean crew. Three of Stinkmeaner’s old crew arrive in town to exact payback on the Freeman family. Is revenge a dish best served old?
- Episode synopsis
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- Police sketches
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- Riley can’t fight
- How did no kids see the fight?
- Naruto / Cowboy Bebop
- Flying Guillotine
- Deadliest Warrior
- Robert’s belt
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- The fighting combo done on Riley by Esmeralda is a parody from Naruto, which in itself was a shot for shot remake from the Cowboy Bebop movie.
- The beginning of the episode of Stinkmeaner clones attacking the Freemans, Dubois, and Uncle Ruckus is a parody of the beginning of the film 28 Weeks Later. Robert’s escape is another reference to the film.
- Lord Rufus Crabmiser resembles and talks like Fred Sanford from “Sanford and Son”, Lady Esmeralda Gripenasty resembles and talks like Esther from “Sanford and Son”, and Mr. George Pistofferson resembles J.J. from “Good Times.” He can even be heard shouting “Dynomite!” when Bushido Brown is decapitated.
- Stinkmeaner and his crew “roamed the earth” after being kicked out of the retirement home similar to Caine in the series Kung Fu.
- The shot in which Bushido Brown’s decapitated head rolls towards the Freemans’ feet bears a strong resemblance to a scene in Afro Samurai , where the protagonist’s father is decapitated in a similar way.
- It’s revealed that Stinkmeaner used to live in a retirement home, before getting kicked out for causing too much trouble for everyone.
- The Flying Guillotine is a reference to the featured weapon in the Master of the Flying Guillotine.
- This is the first episode to be rated TV-MA-V.
- Intro: #Makeachange by K.I.R.K. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.
- Outro: Good Times by Audiobinger is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.