Monster of the Day #999

Kiel also played the more fondly remembered Père Malfait on the show, but that creature was but briefly seen. He got a lot more screentime in this episode.

  • Marsden

    The Millennium is upon us!
    He doesn’t look to menacing in that still, just like he’s going to give Kolchak a hug and care for him and call him George.

  • Flangepart

    “Hey, Derren…got a hold in yer hat. I can see yer bald spot.”

  • bgbear_rnh

    Give this to your car wash professional and have an A1 day

  • sandra

    That man had hands the size of pitchforks.

  • BobTanaka

    Distract him with the fluffy puppet and then…

  • Rock Baker

    Something I doubt many have considered, but this episode is essentially a remake of DEATH CURSE OF TARTU……

  • bgbear_rnh

    Lots of people wonder why Native Americans did not invent the wheel. I wonder why they did not invent the tombstone. It would have saved a lot of trouble.

  • zombiewhacker

    MOTD #1000 is gonna be Barney… I know it… I just know it! (hides eyes)

  • bgbear_rnh

    are cavemen monsters?

  • Eric Hinkle

    Boy but Mister Kiel sure looked like an American Indian, didn’t he? That said I have to admit, I like this episode.

  • Ken_Begg

    Close enough for government work, although we’re not talking the most homicidal caveman here. And Mr. Kiel didn’t play a lot of overt monsters. He should still be honored for his genre work, though.

  • bgbear_rnh

    Actually I was making a (bad) joke about the identity of “Barney” as referenced by zombiewhacker. I should have thought of Eeegah.

  • sandra

    What does an American Indian with acromegaly look like ?

  • bgbear_rnh

    Apache Chief? but, the symptoms come and go.

  • Rodford Smith

    I was just thinking the same thing. Well, not anything about pitchforks; more like catcher’s mitts.