The Flog episode 43
Felicia and Ryon play Mortal Kombat and Shaq Fu.
|Published||Acclaim Entertainment, 1993|
|Published||Electronic Arts, 1994|
|Executive Producers||Felicia Day
|Associate Producer||Brit Weisman|
|Theme Song||Eanan Patterson|
|Flog Logo Design||Adam Levermore|
|Opening Animation||Efehan Elbi|
|Post Sound||Neno Stevens|
|Post Coordinator||Sophie Parkison|
|Visual Effects||Stephen Sprinkles|
|Additional Music||Kevin Macleod, www.incompetech.com|
|Stats (as of January 18, 2020)|
|First aired||February 18, 2013|
Ryon: "I think I'm recovered from the trauma that was Battletoads."
Felicia: "It was awful."
Ryon: "It was a truly horrible experience."
Felicia: "I actually woke up in the middle of the night thinking, 'OH! Toad!'"
Ryon: "I had nightmares. It was bad. I had to go to therapy."
Felicia: "Really? Did you talk in your chicken voice?"
Felicia: "Oh! Knee right in the peenaaaiss! Oh! That was in my vaginaaaa!"
Felicia: "Now, in '94, was Shaq a superstar?"
Ryon: "I don't think this was his breakthrough role. The Orlando Magic were like, 'Man, I played this video game called Shaq Fu. We totally gotta get that guy on our team! He's gonna win us a championship!'"
Felicia: "Shaq is a large man. I actually stood by him one time, and my face came up to his like midriff."
Felicia: "Look at the size difference [between Nezu and Shaq]. That's gonna be interesting."
Ryon: "But during the intro screen they're still gonna be the same height. I guarantee it. Nope."
Felicia: "No, he's on a plane."
Ryon: "He's like Tom Cruise. He's standing on a box or something."
Felicia: "Why is Shaq doing handsprings!? This is not—"
Ryon: "He's like 8 feet tall! I don't think that man can do a handspring."
Ryon: "He's groin-height to me. He's kickin' me in the jimmy."
Felicia: "Is that what Shaq calls it, a 'jimmy'?"
Ryon: "That's right."
Felicia: "It's not a wookie hole?"
Ryon, laughing: "He's kicking me in the wookie hole."
Felicia: "I don't like seeing a big man like that move that fast. It's not— It's not good."
Ryon: "Not even nearly as good as I remember"
Ryon: "Thumbs down"
Felicia: "Thumbs down"
|0:44||Mortal Kombat begins|
|2:20||Shaq Fu begins|
- During the intro, Felicia can be seen holding three cartridges, but only Mortal Kombat and Shaq Fu are introduced and played. Zooming in on the cartridges reveals the third to be the 1995 Genesis game Primal Rage. Felicia says she recalls a technical issue with the footage from that portion, so it was not included.
- Felicia Day & Ryon Day Play Mortal Kombat & Shaq Fu! on YouTube
- Shaq Fu on Wikipedia
- Mortal Kombat (1992 video game) on Wikipedia