Good vs Evil

Sunday Night Evil

Season 1, Ep 9, Aired 10/10/99
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  • Episode Description
  • A wrestler, Testicules, appears out of nowhere and Henry and Chandler think he has made a deal with a Morlock to become WWF superstar. Under pressure from their bosses, Ford and Decker, to get more 'renouncings' they decide that they need to make sure of this one. Henry enlists the aid of his old friend, and top WWF wrestler, Mankind and they set about trying to find out why the Morlocks are trying to infiltrate the WWF, as well as save the soul of Testicules.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tony Denman

    Ben Smythe

  • Richard Brooks

    Henry McNeil

  • Susie Park

    Walker Rothenberg

  • Marshall Bell

    Ford Plasko

  • Deacon Jones

    Corps Narrator/Himself

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (9)

    • Chandler: (Trying to disarm the bomb) Can't even hook up a VCR, what am I doing here?

    • Testicules: Being good makes you weak! Mankind: Being bad makes you the devil's butt-boy!

    • Announcer: The champion seems to have lost Mr. Socko! He's bare naked from the wrist down!

    • Chandler: Dude, you're about this close to going from "Testicules" to "Cules."

    • Chandler: (doing a passible imitation of "the lion" yoga excercise) You wanna refresh my memory--why am I doing this again? Mankind: Oh. I just wanted to see you on all fours.

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    Notes (2)

    • "Mankind" really did lose two-thirds of his right ear in the ring in 1994.

    • Mankind: Mick Foley was a wrestler in the WWF (now WWE) at the time of this episode's broadcast. USA Network also showed WWF wrestling. He appeared as "Mankind" and his persona (the costume, moves, even down to "Mr. Socko") were as shown in this episode.

    Allusions (1)

    • Testicules: Every day, in every way, I am becoming a better professional wrestler. Testicules' mantra is a takeoff of the mantra from The Power of Positive Thinking (1952) by Norman Vincent Peale, which goes, "every day, in every way, I am becoming better and better".

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