Wow. You know, it's not as good as I remember it (got to see it a few times recently on basic cable) but it's better than some. And the price is certainly right.
at only 13 bucks?!?
yeah i tried to watch this series not to long ago, it holds up pretty well though I don't know that I was able to make it through any entire episodes.. i think they might've been on youtube
Guy Davis did a kind of reboot of this with The Realm series.
He never finished it tho so the teenagers are still stuck in that world,and never made it back to earth
i dunno if its the same thing you're talking about but i also remember something about there being a last episode out there where the kids finally make it home or something, they never produced it but i think the screenplay is online
Here's the script for the last episode.
I'd hear rumors for years that in the last episode it's reveled that all the kids are really died on the roller coaster and that the kids were really in hell. The Dungeon Master was the devil and used the fantasy world to torment the kids.
I'm kinda disappoint to find out that's a lie according to the original writer's website where I got the script. That would have been some seriously heavy crap for my 10 year old brain. Not that Stephen King and Night of the Living Dead movies weren't already warping it.
Maybe because you misspelled "copping"?
People do dumb things for dumber reasons. Up until recently, I wasn't even sure how you check what type rep and from whom.
But just in case it's the Grammar Gestapo:
cop - to acquire (ex. "I'm gonna totally cop a feel in the coed mud-wrestling moshpit")
cope - to endure (ex. "some asshole grabbed my balls in the pit, but I'll work out a way to cope")
Plural of xop is copping. Plural of cope is coping.