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October 25, 2007
Paulie Schrier and Jason Narvy are the funniest duo of our modern time. Yes, I'm serious. Their hilarious roles as comic relief punks Farcas Bulkmeier and Eugene Skullovich on the series "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" (a loose Americanization of a Japanese Sentai show) are forever immortalized on film. Bulk and Skull are based on the classic duo mold, and the characters were often the victims of the Power Ranger's bullying pranks. Bulk and Skull are admirable in their bottomless optimism and perseverence, and they are a shining ray of hope which shows us that you don't need to be "popular" or "talented", as long as you have friendship. They found this in each other: A close friend with whom they could be inserparable, irregardless of the circumstances or consequences. And that is the key to happiness.
They deal in classic slapstick bits, and not in the insulting and scornful "comedy" that perverts our society with dull, awkward stand-up routines and content-based satirical drivel commonly seen on late night "talk" shows. These two are instead part of a wholesome legacy of honest, timeless humor that is no longer fully appreciated by an unjustly demanding society of people who have given up on savoring life.
And so Bulk and Skull remain timeless and immortalized here. It doesn't matter if the Saban writers are dumber than a box of particularly stupid rocks, or if Jason Narvy as Skull laughs like the weasel from "The Animals of Farthing Wood". Enjoy.