Atomic TV’s Random Rona Playlist

Here’s some holiday lockdown videos with a Baltimore theme to watch while you grumble about indoor dining and/or holiday gatherings over the holidays (menu subject to change!):

 


Atomic TV’s 1999 Holiday Special: “Underdog Battles Satan Claus”
Will this be the last Christmas of the Millennium… or the last Christmas EVER? Join Atomic TV co-hosts Tom Warner and Scott Huffines to find out, as they once again risk nervous breakdowns escorting Underdog (visionary artist Suzanne Muldowney) to the annual Mayor’s Holiday Parade in Hampden, MD. Things get off to a shaky start when Underdog’s train is delayed by 40 minutes (nixing plans for a lunch stop at Roy Rogers for her beloved roast beef sandwiches), leading to a high-speed car chase sequence that eclipses THE FRENCH CONNECTION and BULLITT for hair-raising thrills!

Making it to the parade in the nick of time, Underdog shines in her 11th consecutive holiday march, only to confront her greatest challenge yet… SATAN CLAUS, a Y2K-obssessed messenger of doom who taunts Underdog and terrifies parade goers with his prediction that the world will end New Year’s Eve when Dick Clark drops the ball in Times Square. Will this be the last Hampden Parade for Underdog? Or will she defeat the powers of darkness in time to enjoy a tasty roast beef sandwich? Watch and find out in our wildest Christmas Special ever! Plus enjoy wacky parade floats like the ‘Reindeer Hunter’ tribute to ‘Nam POW’s and the Shriner’s ‘Crippled Children’ float!


Brett Harlow penned one of Baltimore’s Christmas cult classics, “Walking in an Essex Wonderland.” It’s one of those ditties that would be heavily played during the holidays on 98 Rock back in the 90s, then it seemed to fade into obscurity until people rediscovered the song through the miracle of YouTube. Now it’s once again a Baltimore Christmas anthem.
http://www.baltimoreorless.com/2015/12/walking-in-an-essex-wonderland-interview-with-the-creator/


Bootcamp’s “Fire in the Hole” was the third video played on MTV’s launch date in 1981. Note the footage of Baltimore’s Block.


Tommy Tucker’s “Keep Good Time” was also filmed on Baltimore Street.


Are Bosley and Tommy Tucker the same person?


Meet Grape Ape, a hippie burnout who survived an atomic blast to become the Magilla Gorilla of rock and roll and Spokesperson for a Lost Generation, as he expounds on Led Zeppelin and proves that rust never sleeps, it creeps… From Atomic TV Volume One at www.atomicteevee.com


“Baltimore’s Infamous Block” – Home to strippers and prostitutes, “Evening Magazine” takes a look at the Block in 1980. Adult content – click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L60ftTzvPuM to view.


“Rescue 911” with host William Shatner covers the 1987’s Amtrak train crash in Chase in Baltimore County.

Tesco Vee’s “Way USA”, a pilot for a punk/comedy travelogue that was done for MTV in 1988 and hosted by the silver-tongued—and absolutely fucking hilarious—Tesco Vee of The Meatmen. (More at Dangerous Minds)


Atomic TV’s Tribute to Natty Boh (check out our “Atomic Cocktail” episodes)


One of Baltimore’s best bars, The Club Charles is featured on this episode of Haunted History.


Baltimore 1966 8mm footage – some beautiful shots of Baltimore’s Block.


Joby Palczynski Manhunt – WJZ Channel 13 and WBAL Channel 11 Baltimore, Maryland news footage, March 2000


“Rave On” – Baltimore, Maryland WJZ 13 Expose of 1990s Rave Culture

1990s Ocean City Maryland Bikini Contest hosted by DJ Batman – Ocean City’s DJ Batman hosts this bikini contest at the Ocean Club for a show sponsored by Marquis Motor Cars. Plus an interview with Michelle from L&M Modeling.


Crack the Sky’s “Skindiver” video from 1983’s “World In Motion” features former Penthouse Pet DiVina Celeste and was filmed at the former Hammerjacks.


“Shakedown” Late-Night Baltimore Dance TV Show (1992)


FUCK YOU, BALTIMORE!


Joby Palczysnki (Joseph Palczysnki) Stand off Ends – WJZ Channel 13 Baltimore, Maryland, 2000


Joby Palczysnki (Joseph Palczysnki) Stand off Ends – WJZ Channel 13 Baltimore, Maryland, 2000 PART 2

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Atomic TV: Cameo Awards Entry

BCAC: Baltimore Cable Access Corporation Channel 75 “Cameo Awards” entry highlight reel

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Atomic TV’s 1999 Holiday Special: “Underdog Battles Satan Claus”

Atomic TV’s 1999 Holiday Special: “Underdog Battles Satan Claus”
Will this be the last Christmas of the Millennium… or the last Christmas EVER? Join Atomic TV co-hosts Tom Warner and Scott Huffines to find out, as they once again risk nervous breakdowns escorting Underdog (visionary artist Suzanne Muldowney) to the annual Mayor’s Holiday Parade in Hampden, MD. Things get off to a shaky start when Underdog’s train is delayed by 40 minutes (nixing plans for a lunch stop at Roy Rogers for her beloved roast beef sandwiches), leading to a high-speed car chase sequence that eclipses THE FRENCH CONNECTION and BULLITT for hair-raising thrills!

Making it to the parade in the nick of time, Underdog shines in her 11th consecutive holiday march, only to confront her greatest challenge yet… SATAN CLAUS, a Y2K-obssessed messenger of doom who taunts Underdog and terrifies parade goers with his prediction that the world will end New Year’s Eve when Dick Clark drops the ball in Times Square. Will this be the last Hampden Parade for Underdog? Or will she defeat the powers of darkness in time to enjoy a tasty roast beef sandwich? Watch and find out in our wildest Christmas Special ever! Plus enjoy wacky parade floats like the ‘Reindeer Hunter’ tribute to ‘Nam POW’s and the Shriner’s ‘Crippled Children’ float!

 


“Underdog Battles Satan Claus: The Confrontation”


“Let me see that Tootsie Roll!”
“Underdog Lady” (from the Howard Stern Show) takes a brief respite from her battle with Satan Claus so that she can stock up the secret compartment in her cape with treats tossed to the ground by the Tootsie Roll Trolley.

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Atomic TV’s 1998 Holiday Special: “The Year Underdog Saved Christmas”

Join Atomic TV co-hosts Tom Warner and Scott Huffines as they once again discover the “true” meaning of Christmas. Atomic TV used to think the holidays were all about eatin’, drinkin’ and grabbin’ some Piece on Earth at the local strip club. But this year, we learned that Christmas is about the sacred and the traditional – all thanks to Underdog Lady (Suzanne Muldowney). Like Santa Claus, Underdog comes down from the North (well, New Jersey) once a year to bring her gifts to Baltimore, where she uses the “medium of dance” to portray her favorite canine cartoon superhero in the Hampden Christmas Parade. But this year, Diva ‘Dog brings another gift – her perfect-pitch soprano voice – to the celebration, singing sacred songs accompanied by the rollicking frollicking of local instro-mentalists Garage Sale! Plus, enjoy the usual secular blasphemy: Jesus promoting his “New Testament” wine cooler, Santa getting his traditional lap-dance from a surgically enhanced stripper, winos spitting in fruitcake, ‘Nam vets in the eerie “Reindeer Hunter” Xmas parade float, Tiny Tom coming out of the closet, vintage retro holiday ads, Xmas film trailers and Lorne Greene’s legendary holiday soliloquoy.

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Atomic TV’s 1997 Holiday Special: The “Holiday at Ground Zero” Episode

We put the X in Xmas when a politically incorrect Santa Claus comes to Atomic Books to teach Atomic TV’s elfin Tiny Tom and Scott “Scrooge” Huffines the true meaning of Christmas: pure and unadulterated sleaze. When he’s not thumbing through ANAL PLEASURE & HEALTH at Atomic Books, randy Santa is visiting strip clubs to get lap dances from surgically augmented dancers (on Donna, on Vixen!)… spanking bad go-go gals with his big peppermint candy cane… listening to the raucous rock caroling of local troubadors Garage Sale and The Krudz… and getting plastered on cheap brewskis before passing out in a pool of his own sick… Also see the incredible Boumi Temple Shriners and Howard Stern nutcase Suzanne Muldowney (Underdog Lady) take part in the Mayor’s Annual Holiday Parade in Baltimore’s White Trash Mecca, Hampden… see James Brown literally go straight to the ghetto for holiday cheer, see Joe Friday lay a nativity Dragnet to snare the missing baby Jesus, plus enjoy vintage Christmas cartoons and drive-in trailers!

Parade Highlights


“Underdog Lady”

“Tiny Tom” Warner

Outside Atomic Books

Santa grabs a Bud!

“Bang! That’s Wild!”

“The Krudz” are jammin!

“Mmmm… tastes like plastic…
Lick it up!”

“The Krudz” perform
“Heat Miser/Cold Miser”

“Look Santa! More beer!”

Instro-mentalists “Garage Sale”

Mychelle takes Santa and Tiny Tom to KAOS for holiday lap dances!

Say “hello” to “Britney”
and prepare for a lap dance!

Tiny Tom: “Thanks for getting
me a lap dance, Santa!
God Bless Us All!”

Santa has too much
“holiday cheer” and
pukes his guts out

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