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November 19, 2015 / Posted by:

Vipra from BraveStarr!

Seeing Benedict Cumberbatch looking more alien and more lizard-like than ever in Zoolander 2 reminded me of the serpentine glamour and amphibian beauty of Vipra from BraveStarrBraveStarr came from the long acid trip we all know and love as the 80s. It lasted one season.

BraveStarr was a space western that took place on a planet called New Texas where the hero of the show, a Native American cowboy, used the spirit of animals to give him powers that helped him take down villains and help the people. (File this under: Reason #569,854 for why it’s obvious the air during the 80s was filled with PCP.) One of the villains was Vipra who was sort of like Catra from She-Ra. But instead of being an extremely hot cat woman who purr-talked, Vipra was an extremely hot snake woman who hiss-talked.

You’re probably assuming that Vipra’s power was the ability to stun bitches with her sexiness, huge chichis and charisma, and you’re soooort of right. Vipra could hypnotize tricks and put them in a state I like to call “me on a Friday night.” Once Vipra hypnotized them, they were stoned as shit and couldn’t move their body. Here’s Vipra showing BraveStarr, that homely ginger and a standing horse (who needs to give Tina Turner her Mad Max wig back) not to mess with her.

BraveStarr probably only lasted one season, because the creators made the major mistake of not naming the show VipraStarr and making it all about. Because what the audience (read: me and only me, probably) really, really wanted was more Vipra!

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