ComicsAlliance readers no doubt remember with enormous fondness the early seasons of The Simpsons. That period of the series is without question the single biggest influence on all American primetime animation that followed, featuring a number of classic characters and relentlessly hilarious stories and jokes that is truly staggering. Among The Simpsons bits that stand out for certain generation was the recurring character of McBain, the 1980s/90s supercop parody played ineptly in the show by the Arnold Schwarzenegger-esque Rainier Wolfcastle. Attentive viewers may remember that McBain was always in pursuit of a singular nemesis, the corrupt Senator Mendoza, who murdered his partner. The lovely people at College Humor also remembered and compiled a number of McBain vs. Mendoza clips into a surprisingly fluid narrative that they're simply calling McBain: The Movie.