TV Episode | TV-14 | | Comedy
The Critic balks at the 2013 horror thriller The Purge. He points out how illogical the whole idea is and how serious the movie takes it. He does however relish the over-acting villain. ... See full summary »
The ending featuring animation of Pinky and The Brain splitting up features the original voices, Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen respectively. Doug Walker had them record the dialogue while the three were all appearing at the same convention.
That's not a law.
Tamara: Could be.
Nostalgia Critic: No it can't.
Malcolm: It makes so much sense!
Nostalgia Critic: It clearly doesn't.
Tamara: It seems like the road America is going down.
Nostalgia Critic: It's amazing how much it's not.
Malcolm: And how would you know, Mr. Expert?
Nostalgia Critic: Because it has nothing to do with crime! Crime is ...
The Critic repeatedly refers to the character played by Rhys Wakefield as Henry. Wakefield's character is only known as "Polite Leader." Henry is the boyfriend who is killed early in the film.
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