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Sunday, April 06, 2008

He Will Be Back in 3978


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At Sun Apr 06, 08:50:00 AM, Blogger Swinebread said...

Zaius Wins!

At Sun Apr 06, 09:50:00 AM, Blogger Dave The Angry Rhode Islander said...


At Sun Apr 06, 10:50:00 AM, Blogger Darwin's Dagger said...

No more bright eyes. I wonder if they pried that gun out of his cold dead hands yet? (Too soon? Tasteless?)

At Sun Apr 06, 11:19:00 AM, Blogger mwb said...

But who will you fight now Zaius?

At Sun Apr 06, 11:52:00 AM, Blogger Distributorcap said...

its a mad house, its a mad house

At Sun Apr 06, 12:08:00 PM, Blogger dmarks said...

The damn dirty ape undertakers are coming for him now.

But really, come on. Where are the Soylent Green jokes?/?

At Sun Apr 06, 10:12:00 PM, Blogger SadButTrue said...

Holy Moses, you mean he wasn't already dead? When I heard the news I thought, 'yeah him and Generalissimo Francisco Franco.'

Sorry if that seems irreverent, but I don't cotton to gun nuts much.

At Mon Apr 07, 04:55:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Swinebread: Yay! Except that in 1,971 years, it starts all over again!

Dave The Angry Rhode Islander: Hey, that's Nova's line! (Or Dr. Zira's...)

Darwin's Dagger: Hee hee! I don't care if it's too soon. That's a good line!

MWB: Dr. Monkerstein, of course!

Distributorcap: Too true.

Dmarks: Liberals! Soylent Green is made out of liberals!

SadButTrue: I don't actually bear him any ill will, even if I didn't agree with his views. He was a conservative from a different era. Men like him were nothing like Rush Limbaugh and Bill O'Reilly. The fact that he played both Taylor and Zaius in both versions of "Planet of the Apes" is very cool, I thought.

And I know what you mean about the 'Generalissimo Francisco Franco' factor. I have said the same thing about other celebrity deaths.

At Mon Apr 07, 07:47:00 AM, Blogger Dean Wormer said...

His cameo in the new planet of the apes was one of my favorite things about that film. That he slammed guns in his lines was just delicious and, if I remember right, led to some accusations of being misled against Tim Burton and the film company afterwards.

At Mon Apr 07, 12:55:00 PM, Blogger Dave The Angry Rhode Islander said...

Darwin's Dagger -
I didn't think it was too soon in one of my posts.

At Mon Apr 07, 06:09:00 PM, Blogger GETkristiLOVE said...

So as a big NRA guy, is it safe to assume we can pry the gun from his hands NOW?

At Mon Apr 07, 08:55:00 PM, Blogger skippy said...

hey, did you guys know that soylent green was people? it was people!

At Mon Apr 07, 10:15:00 PM, Blogger Executive Sous Chef R. Alan said...

So now that he's dead how soon before that ship with the future apes lands here. I'm confused. Is James Franciscus still alive?

At Tue Apr 08, 03:22:00 PM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Dean Wormer: I agree. Heston's cameo was about the only part I liked about the new film also. Oh, well. Let sleeping mutants lie!

Dave The Angry Rhode Islander: Poor Chuck Heston. Everyone is so mean to him.

GETkristiLOVE: If you say so. I don't want to do it - You first!

skippy: OMG, IT'S A COOKBOOK! ;o)

Executive Sous Chef R. Alan: Time travel can indeed be confusing. James Franciscus dies/will die in the underground hideout of the neocon-mutants in 3978.

At Wed Apr 09, 07:32:00 PM, Blogger M.Yu said...

This is his Omega, Man


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