This time out, a slave and kickboxer from the future, who's bloodline comes from the Earth's distant past, escapes from his slavers and comes to Earth, where a dinosaur tracker and its masters come to find him and punch cardboard boxes.
And there's a subplot with an aspiring nun having a crisis of faith that meets our Jean Claude Gosh Darn wannabe, and her adventures with the future man punching large-chinned cyborgs somehow makes her believe in God. It is all rather vague on the how, so whatever.
Such a bad movie, and the utter weirdness of story and situations sure gives them a lot to play with. The jokes come pretty fast, and are of pretty high quality. The designs are crap, the acting is awful, and the sets are laughable. A solid episode all around for mocking. Although things go a bit silly and fillery once the credits roll, and Mike starts doing shadow puppets. Still funny, but it definitely felt like they were killing time. I also suspect since this was the final season, they did some things they'd always put off before.
I did like them trying to blame it on Joel's recent return visit a few episodes prior. Which I'll actually get to in a few weeks. Gotta love the weirdness of their DVD releases thanks to licensing issues.
"The movie that delivers more huhs? per second."