oHOTmu or NOT Ep.44: Grandmaster to Gremlin

A cosmic Dungeon Master. An all-female wrestling league. A west coast supervillain. A diminutive Soviet genius. Which are hot and which are not? The Girls will tell you, trust us.

Featuring permanent panelists Elyse, Nathalie, Josée, Amélie and Shotgun.

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Credits:
"Can You Dig It?" (Theme for oHOTmu or NOT?) by Brian Tyler.

Bonus clips from: "Thor: Ragnarok" by Taika Waititi, starring Jeff Goldblum; "Fighting With My Family" by Stephen Merchant, starring Dwayne Johnson; Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s "The Force of Gravity", starring Raquel Gardner, Adrian Pasdar, and Jack Fisher; and "Back in the U.S.S.R." by The Beatles.

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4 comments:

Kurt Onstad said...

On Graviton, although Dr. Hall appeared early in Agents of SHIELD, Glenn Talbot (played by Adrian Pasdar) got the powers of Graviton in the most recent season, and appeared in a fairly comics-accurate suit (albeit with muted colors).

Siskoid said...

Yes, that's the clip I actually used. And showed the costume to the Girls the next day to a resounding NOT!

Mike W. said...

Grandmaster Flex ... sounds like an 80s rapper. Another great episode. The Grapplers are definitely a walking bunch of stereotypes. By the way, Screaming Mimi doesn't get her own entry; Titania and Letha show up in the Book of the Dead, but Mimi is left out ... kinda strange since she became prominent later with the Thunderbolts (as Songbird). Poundcakes was later revealed to be a lesbian, so there's another stereotype to add to the pile.

The first thing I thought of with Graviton's fondness for women getting him in trouble was in the WCA Limited Series where Tigra disguised herself as Madame Masque to get close to him; he was so busy trying to charm her, he let his guard down and the Avengers took advantage.

Siskoid said...

I thought for sure Mimi was at least in the '89 Update, but no, not there either.

 

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