So...how did Stacy Cornbred come back as a (somewhat) fully intact zombie, when you consider how she died?
Maybe she was sewn back together to be buried.
How come Johnny and Nick are shown in Deathmatches from the 1920s but have no age shown? They DO have a Time Machine at their disposal.
Two words: TIME LORDS.
Fridge Brilliance: While it seems like only 2/3rds of "Censoring Problems"'s fights apply to the titlenote "Ron Jeremy vs. Tommy Lee" had the two of them dressed as chickens (get it, cock fight?) and Lee using his dick as a finishing move; "Alanis Morissette vs. Jewel" had Morissette getting naked to celebrate her victory., actually the "The Three Stooges vs. The Three Tenors" fight also counts: Larry accidentally de-aged himself into a sperm and launched himself into Pavarotti's eye. In other words, we had a money shot.
In "Nick Diamond vs. The Satyr", Nick is declared the winner after he blows the Satyr in half, even though the Satyr is still talking and moving. While this isn't the first time something like this has happened, it seemed odd as most of the time there are at least other reasons why the loser wouldn't be capable of continuing the fight (only a small portion of their body could move, etc.). However, this wasn't a Deathmatch-it was an Ancient Roman gladiator match, which usually doesn't end in death.
In "Bono vs. Fabio vs. Yoko Ono", Nick is shocked when Mills Lane says "I won't allow it!" when Fabio and Yoko get into bed with each other. It's much more clever than just O.O.C. Is Serious Business-Mills Lane usually tells the fighters that he wants a good, clean fight, but allows them to get away with pretty much anything. In the Bono vs. Fabio vs. Yoko Ono fight, he explicitly stated that anything goes, but actually wanted a clean fight.