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Fensler Films is a video production company, based in Chicago, Illinois and headed by Eric Fensler. The company gained a reputation for a series of short films which parodied the public service announcement safety messages used at the end of every episode of the 1980s animated series G.I. Joe. Fensler re-cut them, in some cases adding new animation, and dubbed them over with new audio, frequently nonsensical non-sequiturs. A number of the films specifically poke fun at the low quality of animation common in cartoons of the era, pointing out poor in-betweening and lip syncing. Fensler Films received a cease-and-desist order from Hasbro resulting in the removal of all G.I. Joe videos from the official site. Recently, they have reappeared on the site.
Two seemingly mentally retarded children are in a kitchen. In fairly unintelligibly slurred speech, the first boy questions the second’s ability to cook, while the second dismisses his concerns out of hand. The curtains in front of the stove catch on fire and the boy operating the stove tries to say the word “fire” but only stutters it instead, saying something along the lines of, “Fi-fifi-fifififififi.” Blowtorch runs in, shouting “Porkchop Sandwiches!” This line is one of the most frequently quoted by fans, and Fensler has until recently sold T-shirts sporting the phrase. He arrives at the kitchen door and in a panic-ridden voice orders the children: “Oh shit, get the fuck out of here! What are you doing? Go, get the fuck out of here, you stupid idiots! Fuck, we’re all dead! Get the fuck out!” His panicked tone of voice contrasts oddly with his calm body language. Outside, he tells them, “My God, did that smell good!” prompting a stream of gibberish from one of the boys. One of the boys says something along the lines of, “Detective, I did no going and then you tell me do things, I done runnin’…” This is met with Blowtorch’s staring toward the camera, followed by a closeup of that same stare.
Fuck You Baltimore!
Don’t forget this classic Baltimore TV prank!