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Created by [[Kyle Reiter], [[James Atkinson]]
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Created by [[Kyle Reiter]], [[James Atkinson]]
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First Screening Sunday, August 31st - 2008
 
First Screening Sunday, August 31st - 2008
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Last Screening Sunday, October 26th - 2008
 
Last Screening Sunday, October 26th - 2008
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Last Audience Share 41.4% (8th at screening with 70 votes)
 
Last Audience Share 41.4% (8th at screening with 70 votes)
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Boner for Boner is the story of a man with a disability. Milky McClellehan can only get a boner when he looks at a picture of his own boner. And someone has stolen that picture, so Milky and his brother Mocha are in hot pursuit. From Kyle Reiter and James Atkinson.
 
Boner for Boner is the story of a man with a disability. Milky McClellehan can only get a boner when he looks at a picture of his own boner. And someone has stolen that picture, so Milky and his brother Mocha are in hot pursuit. From Kyle Reiter and James Atkinson.
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[http://news.tubefilter.tv/2008/09/24/boner-for-boner-an-absurd-nsfw-story-of-sexual-arousal/ Tubefilter compared it to Shakespeare.] No, really.
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Latest revision as of 22:08, 6 December 2009

By Emilio on the forums.

Created by Kyle Reiter, James Atkinson

First Screening Sunday, August 31st - 2008

Last Screening Sunday, October 26th - 2008

Last Audience Share 41.4% (8th at screening with 70 votes)

Boner for Boner is the story of a man with a disability. Milky McClellehan can only get a boner when he looks at a picture of his own boner. And someone has stolen that picture, so Milky and his brother Mocha are in hot pursuit. From Kyle Reiter and James Atkinson.

Tubefilter compared it to Shakespeare. No, really.