You know, for lines like "Shove this up your clam bake, bitch cakes", I have to give kudos as well. I'm still wrestling with the idea of whether, through parody, it rises above the B-movie aesthetic, or just kinda adds to the noise. I'm with you on all the little behind-the-scenes details: the cameos from everyone's favorite subtext creators Xena and Gab, Herc and Iolaus' reunion, and much love to Zoe Bell, of course. I, too, was bothered by the use of HD cameras coupled with a green screen. I feel that Angela Robinson did a better job with D.E.B.S.' green screen use, probably because it was used more sparingly, while Bitch Slap used it so much. So I guess what I'm trying to say is, have you been digging into my brain and taking my though