The Lord of the Rings (1978) (part 11 of 11)

Meanwhile, Herman, Legolas and Gimli are still looking for the Idiot Cousins, sadly unaware that they’re gone forever. They see a sinister shadow—well, okay, they see a guy with a cloth draped over his head approaching. No, really. It’s not even a hooded cloak. It looks like he threw an old bedsheet over his head.

Caption contributed by Jet

The Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan after missing laundry day.

They think it’s Aruman and start to attack, but Bedsheet Guy somehow makes their weapons catch fire and fall from their hands. He throws off the bedsheet, revealing himself to be Gandalf, now resurrected as Gandalf the White. And let me be the first to say: Whoop-de-shit.

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  • Jet

    I’d like to apologise for this recap. It was my first time, I had no idea what I was doing, and back then I was completely unaware of Ralph Bakshi’s incredible contributions to animation in film. So as bad as this movie is I’m sorry for all the insults I threw at him. And I’m sorry for the lame gay jokes as well; even back in the day when I wrote this thing there was no excuse, and I should have known better.