Since I don't get NatGeo (but yet I get NatGeo Wild, and NatGeo programming is available on Time Warner's VOD service), I'm sort of hoping that Rifftrax will allow it to be streamed on demand on the cable services that allow for NatGeo shows to be shown on demand.
Also following some of the Twitter chatter on the shows, and it sounds like there was a great turnout for it. They're not being super-specific about actual numbers that I saw but "#1 show in America" has been bandied about
And it sounds like Richard Terry – the bat hunter – is a cool guy and decent sport. I always like hearing that.
Last Edit: Apr 3, 2014 10:40:27 GMT -5 by Mod City
Well anyway, hi there, folks. You know, I'd been having trouble with velvet leaf, uh, cutworm and, uh, foxtail and, well, that's when the representative from Monsanto came out to my farm. He recommended a pre-emergent, inferral mixture of Lorsban with Atrazine in a tank mix and I told him to get off my land. - Farmer Joel
Just watched the Demon Bat one, didn't like it as much as the first. Still, it had lots of laughs. Cripes, that bat hunter was such a flake.
Peter Graves’s life and career were marked by a generosity of spirit and loving attitude toward his fellow man, which were altogether missing in the pitted soul of James Arness. Often, James Arness’ mother would remark to friends that she loved her son Peter Graves so very, very much. While she hated James Arness, and cursed the day her womb had been blighted with such a creature.
DVR'd it and I watched all 3 on Friday night! I loved it! Like most everyone has already mentioned, I hope this can be a reoccurring thing and they tackle another Swamp Men episode. Loved them all, but the Swamp Men and cadaver dog both had me in stitches! I will also be buying the VODs from Rifftrax! Great stuff and very cool to see (or hear) them on TV again!
Last Edit: Apr 5, 2014 2:52:44 GMT -5 by sirhamhat
it was a mixed bag. The first hour was mostly good. The one with Demon Bat was m'eh, until the end. The Swamp guys did zip for me. The dude with the bird that followed him around was a hoot, even without riffs.