“Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp” was an ABC Saturday morning staple between 1970-72.
I remember when Nickelodeon aired this in the 80s on both their regular *and* Nick-at-Nite lineup CHUMP is awesome, lol! There’s an Arab agent, 2 Asians, a mad scientist, a German and his chauffeur and a Brit!
The real “Evolution Revolution” is happening on my channel.
EXCEPT IT WAS WORSE, SADDER &LOOKED ALOT MORE DISMAL
THAN I REMBER
When i was three this show was alternately
Depression induceing monotnous scary (chimps REALLY??!!!?…). And chimp acting as”"Darwin” made me profoundly sad
Oh yeah it was just awfull, This vid brought
It the feeling right back except
Ali Assa Seen and Wicked Wong Fu. lol!
@patsbassoon “this was legal in america?”
LOL! I’m afraid it was.
And what makes it worse, they worked for bananas.
Outsourcing in the Animal Kingdom. Anything to save a buck.
That’s the American way.
Dance monkey, dance. lol.
lol this brings back the memories…It was always funnier after a couple joints…heh
I am in tears! I haven’t seen this since it aired in the 70′s. Maybe Lancelot Link Secret Chimp could put Ali Assa Seen to work, get rid of Al Quida, stop the war and bring our troops home!
Or people with a more cynical sense of humor?:-)
anyone know where i can get this on mp3?
Brilliant…I miss this show! Better than what passes for entertainment these days…
Chimps like to throw dookie at your face.
I remember watching this on Saturday mornings on Comedy Channel (right before it became Comedy Central).
this was legal in america?
I was in the Air Force at Kingsley Field, OR, when this show started. Several bored chums gathered around the black and white TV to watch.
Imagine if they tried to bring this back—who do you suppose would protest first,PETA or the ACLU?
eee una de mis series favoritas de pipiripao ja.
The Baron! Yay!
@MagnetoMasterOfEvil I believe Lancelot Link agency’s motto was “YES WE CAN”
@foodstooge LMAO!!!! Yes, I do know what you mean.LOL!
Is this racist? YOU know what I mean.
@Sprocketman I wasn’t fortunate enough to afford cable TV back then.
@PatrioticPirate Not even when they played it like five days a week on Nickelodeon in the mid 80s, with the Monkees?
It is not as good as I remember it.