It's the late 1940s, when America was overrun with argumentative dwarves, except that instead of having names like Oin and Gloin, they instead represented concepts such as Labor, Management, Southern-Fried Politics and Big-Chinned Farmers. These vermin were easy prey to gangly yellow-suited hucksters selling liquified political ideologies in convenient non-child-proof bottles. This unflinchingly rubbery documentary takes a look at how these little pests avoided being ruled by a pair of giant blue hands, just by reminding themselves of how awesome they are. Riffs provided by Dana Simpson of "Ozy and Millie," Thomas K. Dye of "Newshounds" and David Brodbeck.
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