good concept, bad writing
This crossover idea could have worked so much better if you'd really taken the time to write out some interesting material. It also would have been longer, but that's a good thing. Also, if you'd bothered to have used movie quotes from either film (whether audio or text) it would have been better. You didn't even go for the obvious joke of contrasting travolta in Wild Hogs to him in Pulp Fiction, with a Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi link.
I'll give you that you had a funny idea, but you just needed to spend more time on this. I think that if you reworked it with new lines and gave it a little more material for jokes, it could make for a good piece of animation sans-audio, excepting the music. The end was anticlimactic, too, I was expecting more than some reference to an old ABC sitcom.