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Way to go out on a fuckin limb, Arnie. The operation scene is deliciously cheesy. Lightning strikes as the doctor laughs maniacally, dramatic zooms to the doctor's face and random machines and tubes. Daylight comes and Carlton limps out Dracula's Castle and slowly shuffles to the car. Then we get the reveal of his face. As you could probably guess, she's not into it. I mean sure, he's got a hunkalicious face, but he's still got his old, decrepit body. I don't care what face you put on him, you could take Kurt Russell and his eyepatch and sew it on his body, but it'd still be Frankenstein's monster.
A strong, charismatic, funny but serious when he needs to be, fuckable Frankenstein's monster.
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His Easter Island head may be a monument to man's arrogance, but he's gonna get this all sorted out in a jiffy. He goes back to the doctor, who asks for 2 million bucks for a new torso. Carlton thinks it's too much at first, but is talked into it. Luckily the doc kept Hans around in case he was needed again and the surgery is a rousing success.
From now on they just use the actor for Hans as Carlton and film him from the waist up and dub over him with Old Guy Voice. Fuck paying for any more makeup, just make the tall foreign dude stand shirtless, he doesn't even have to act. And when I say they dub over him, I'm not exaggerating. It gets funnier every single time it happens and would be completely out of place on any other show.
But this is Tales from the Crypt so Cut to muscle beach where a bunch of shirtless dudes are just getting hella sweaty. Really pumping, feeling that burn, pushing their bods that just won't quit to their limits until they explode.
Linda fucking loves it, and apparently Carlton's new abs make us forget that he's walking briskly without a cane. Whatever, it won't matter for long, because they get changed to go for a swim - and then she sees his legs. He has the face and torso of an adonis, but he has the NERVE to have wrinkled, skinny, veiny old man legs. She is having no part of this, and tells him she knows what she wants, and he doesn't have it. Take that, old man desperately in love, clinging to the last bits of happiness he can find in life until one day he dies in his sleep and his entire existence, a man who has acquired great amounts of wealth and lived through the Great Depression and two World Wars, amounts to nothing more than a speck of dust and will be forgotten in history.
Never skip leg day, kids.
Carlton is feeling the effects of these surgeries. Not physically - he seems to have no ill effects, pain, or recovery time from literally swapping body parts. No, he's feeling it in his wallet.
He can no longer afford his butler or his house. I just hate seeing old rich white men get hit where it hurts. He gives up his last 3 million get it, his cock is the third limb.
Big, turgid, old man dick.
You're welcome and they don't even ask Hans if he's cool with going under the knife and waking up with old man dong. We get a shot of Hans-as-Carl looking as Carl-as-Hans drives away.
Side note, Hans-Karl Stepp was a Nazi. The more you know….!
We get a close up of Carl-as-Hans. What is a young face on an old body but terrifying? Or, at least the top half. At the 18th minute of the episode, Linda reveals herself to be shallow and superficial. Whereas DEAD RIGHT had Cathy and Charlie as faulty characters with both good and bad Cathy not completely dedicated to being a gold-digging woman and Charlie being innocent and pervy at the same time this episode has everyone portraying cartoonish sides of good and evil. Here, we see Carl giving up his money and what we assume is his only true friend in the world for the last piece of the puzzle.
If Fulton had one or two scenes where he expressed the nature of their relationship or how Fulton has spent his life in service to Carlton, we might feel bad about seeing him leave. So we get our third and final? Carl is excited to show Linda that he drives off to show her.
It may be something that will destroy any chances of moving forward, or it could make the relationship stronger. But you will never know until the cat is let out of the bag, as telling the truth is always the best thing to do to keep a relationship strong.
Carlton Webster is looking to start his life over again. Since he has been locked away in his home for many years without the touch of a woman, he has found one that will turn his life around. But Carlton wants true love, and not to have it confused with his fortune. Wanting to make sure that Linda loves him for who his is and not what he has, he puts it all on the table for the young vixen, but although she loves the mind of the old man, she could not be with someone so old.
Carlton is bent but not broken over this and finds a doctor that will help him on is conquest to become a young man once again.