BAD TASTE With Jayme Kilsby: Episode 04 – The Lost World: Jurassic Park Raptor Eggs
Guess who’s back, guess who’s back, guess who’s back: Dinosaurs? I really, really, really wish. No, it’s Jayme Kilsby! The fourth episode of Bad Taste is here for your viewing pleasure. Watch as Kilsby grates years off of his life like it’s cheese as he chows down on Jurassic Park : The Lost World egg candy from 1997. Ninety Ninety god damn seven. I was only six years old when this candy first came out and now I’m much older. There’s the story you didn’t ask for.
This Jurassic Park: The Lost World candy egg is brought to us by Topps who released this candy following the release of the critically acclaimed movie The Lost World, which is a sequel to the worldwide phenomenon Jurassic Park. Much to Jayme’s dismay, this egg candy is supposed to be accompanied by a glow in the dark dinosaur skeleton that you can put together yourself. His however, did not.
Witness Jayme Kilsby demolish these egg candies like the champ that he really is. Listen closely as he makes Inception related egg jokes that will most likely (not) be heard around the world. Inception, if you somehow didn’t know, is a Christopher Nolan feature film that was released six years ago with the hopes of confusing moviegoers world wide; he succeeded. Anyone who tells you they understood that movie the first time they watched it is lying. They’re probably the same people who understood Donnie Darko or Fight Club after the first time. I’m getting really off topic.
The point I’m trying to get across is, is that Jayme Kilsby is at it again. He’s here to entertain you, opening unopened candy from the 80’s and 90’s and reviewing it so you don’t have to. It’s really mostly because he wants to, we don’t know why either but it’ll entertain you and disgust you at the same time, which is a real rollercoaster of a ride.
*Bad Taste with Jayme Kilsby was created by Jayme Kilsby, produced by DAPS (Specifically Christopher Olivieri, Tavis Delahunt, and Damian Thomas), written by Jayme Kilsby, Vin Forte, Julianne Neely, and Chris Knight.*