Dean wakes up and finds himself in the desert in Tangier with a note attached to his chest. It's from Sgt. Hatred, who explains that he drugged the brothers unconscious and sent them away for their own protection. Rusty is dead, crushed by a disco ball, and his corpse is in the hands of the Monarch. Hatred concludes by writing that their godfathers will brief them on the rest. Colonel Gentleman arrives and welcomes Dean to Tangier...Read the full recap
Hatred: Look, I need your help.
Twenty-One: How'd you find me?
Hatred: Idiot, you're camping on our property. How dumb do you think I am?
Twenty-One: Uh, very?
Hatred: So, are you in? I know it's touchy for you, and you'll probably baby out on me. But I also know that you're a good man... under all that pudge.
Twenty-One: Yeah, I'm pudgy. And you're wearing a bulletproof vest from an old couch, I assume. Yeah, I'm in. Let's bring him home. (makes a cocking noise)
Hatred: Did you just cock your stick?
Twenty-One: Yeah, whatever. so, I just--so what?
The Monarch: We Westerners know nothing of torture. We simply nail a man's balls to a chair. Where is the poetry in that? Ah, in the East they know the exquisite beauty of torture. There they've turned a sound that makes virgins weep into a sound that makes a man roar with suffering.
Are all these tapes Sabrina the Teenage Witch
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(1996-2003) is a sitcom featuring Melissa Joan Hart
as Sabrina Spellman, who discovers she has inherited magical abilities. She lives with her two aunts and Salem, a warlock transformed into a black cat.
The Monarch: That's too King and I.
The King and I is a 1951 Rogers & Hammerstein musical detailing the King of Siam dealing with an obstinate English schoolteacher that he hires to tutor his children.
Twenty-One: Hench has killed hench.
In Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973), the apes chant "Ape has killed ape" when one of their number kills a young ape.
Hank: That I'm like some kind of super-cool, probably magic, Highlander cyborg clone?
Highlander is a TV, movie, and book franchise that features a secret race living among humans, the Immortals, who can live forever barring decapitation. They fight each other, collecting their opponent's Quickening, until there can be only one.