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Action Jacktion

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« Reply #200 on: 02-14-2005 22:15 »

Maybe it's too late for Valentine's Day but who cares:

Servo: Gee, that Frank's got a cute shape!

Crow: Well, of course he does. He doesn't work and he's got oodles of time.

Joel: Okay, you two, that's enough. Well, sirs, do you remember the innocence of a childhood Valentine's Day? The excitement of getting hearts and treats? And most of specifically, those chalky little hearts that had cute comments that you got from somebody special? Remember?

Dr. F and Frank: No.

Joel: Oh, uh... It wasn't really that big of a deal... Uh, somebody help me out.

Crow: Well, sirs, kids used to give candy hearts with cute sayings to kids they liked. Well, it's true! Just buck up and face it. Anyway, we thought they sounded pretty neat, so we decided to bring 'em back for adults. Only this time, we're calling them Bitter Sweethearts... because they deal with things in life that are awkward to say!

Servo: And because they deal with tougher, more upsetting issues than puppy love, we've made them into tasty, easy-to-chew antacids, which by the way, are an excellent source of calcium!

Joel: Yeah, next time you don't want to say it, don't. Let Bitter Sweethearts do it. Like, this one says GET OUT.

Crow: OWIE OWIE OWIE.

Servo: LOVE ME.

Joel: STILL MAD.

Crow: MY NEEDS.

Servo: Oh, here we go. BITE ME.

Joel: DROP HIM.

Crow: I'M TESTED.

Servo: THAT HAIR.

Joel: CAN'T LEAVE THE COUNTY.

Crow: Perfect for interventions, counseling sessions, or awkward dating situations!

Servo: Look at this. WEIRD FACE.

Joel: YOU'LL DO.

Crow: LIKE A BROTHER.

Joel: Pretty neat, huh sirs?

Servo: Does it say that on there?

Joel: Uh... um... uh...

Crow: Oh.

Joel: Yeah.

Dr. F: How sweet. Anyway, I think people should talk to one another. Well, get ready for action with this week's film, Joel. It's a post-apocalyptic thriller and it stars Persis Khambatta! Rrrrrr! Haha! And that guy... Oh, what is his name, Frank?

Frank: Oh, I dunno. The guy from Paper Chase.

Dr. F: Oh right, right. Anyway, Joel, please enjoy Warrior of the Lost World. I bid you pain! Which way to the Button, Frank?

Joel and Servo: IT'S BLUE?! Oh, we got Movie Sign!
Coilette

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #201 on: 02-15-2005 13:13 »

 
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Originally posted by Nurdbot:
I wish the Sci Fi channel would stop sucking and show this sort of stuff at 5 AM.


They used to show MST3K religiously at 12am on Saturday night/Sunday Morning every week in 1998, I never missed it.
Jade_Gryphon

Delivery Boy
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« Reply #202 on: 02-16-2005 06:27 »
« Last Edit on: 02-16-2005 06:27 »

Eegah, anyone?


Joel/Bots: "EEEEEEEW!"
Joel: "Sorry about my face!"

(and he really should be...  big grin)

(After Eegah attacks Roxie and Tommy finds her in her car.)
[Roxie Screams]
Arch Hall, Jr: "Roxie, it's me, Tommy!"
Crow: (as Roxie) "That's why i'm screaming!"

Disembodied Voice: "Watch out for snakes!"

[Tommy and Roxie are riding in the dune buggy, Roxie goes "Wee!"]
Servo: "Stop going 'Wee!', nobody says 'Wee!'"
 
Jamesbondcja

Professor
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« Reply #203 on: 02-20-2005 17:26 »
« Last Edit on: 02-20-2005 17:26 »

The other day I watched the 1966 classic "Manos" the Hands of Fate, with MST of course, without them I think I might have ended up poking my eyes out with a blunt stick.
It was a really awful awful movie but a really great MST. Big knees!
Possibly my favourite part being Torgos pizza service.

Oh plus the short hirred was exellent, well it wasnt but well you get the idea. "We're going to have sales the way my old man taught me. You, put a handkercheif over your head, you swat at imiaganiry elves, and you rock on the poorch all night."

"Did this movie just lap itself?
John Pannozzi

Starship Captain
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« Reply #204 on: 05-10-2005 10:03 »

From http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=3394

Many fans who bought the MST3K Collection 7 noticed there was some missing dialog at beginning of "The Killer Shrews." We just spoke with Rhino, and they have a corrected disc available for owners of the current set.

You'll have to email drrhino@rhino.com to get the disc replaced. We'd suggest you include a short note about how you discovered the problem and heard there was a replacement disc available. Don't forget to include your name, address, phone number and email address (and a short "thank you" for providing the fix wouldn't hurt).
SORF

Starship Captain
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« Reply #205 on: 10-08-2005 10:11 »
« Last Edit on: 10-08-2005 10:11 »

gotta love it! Manos the Hands of fate is halarious! especialy the title: Hands, the hands of fate! also i like Hercules AGAINST the moon men. couldnt it be versus, or fights? just watched Prince of Space. very funny.

FREEZE! Superfly agent of the F.S.B!

Thou Shalt Not Spam-
The 11th Commandment
chay´s head

Space Pope
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« Reply #206 on: 10-08-2005 10:24 »

i've never watched this, but from all you guys talking about it, i thought it was funny seeing  MST3K poster in "the 40 year old virgin"
tyraniak

Urban Legend
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« Reply #207 on: 10-31-2005 12:04 »

I really wish they would show this again on TV, that was basically the only show I liked on the sci-fi channel
Wooter

Urban Legend
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« Reply #208 on: 10-31-2005 16:07 »

Is there any chance it will be back on at a respectable hour? I can't afford the dvds, and Blockbuster doesn't have them.
Fryman28b

Bending Unit
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« Reply #209 on: 11-02-2005 20:28 »
« Last Edit on: 11-02-2005 20:28 »

Pod People and 21st Century calling. And devil fish. What was that one where they kept making potato jokes?

From Devil Fish-
(Man reaches into cooler)
Tom: Uh, we got beer, beer, and oooh! A beer!

I remember that because that episode was hysterical. I loved all the beer jokes.
JBERGES

Urban Legend
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« Reply #210 on: 07-08-2007 20:25 »
« Last Edit on: 07-08-2007 20:25 »

*BUMP*

OK, this may be year old news but I just found out about it.

Mike Nelson has a site called  Rifftrax.com  where you can download mp3 MST3K style commentaries for contemporary films (just play the mp3 and the movie at the same time) . Kevin Murphy joins in for many of them, so 2/3 of the gang is often there.  Mary Jo Phel also guest riffed on one if I recall.

The Matrix one is hilarious, as are the Star Wars ones; going to try Lord of the Rings next. At 2.99 apiece, they're reasonably priced.

EDIT: Actually, Bill Corbet helps on a couple too, so that's the entire late-season bunch.
homerjaysimpson

Space Pope
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« Reply #211 on: 07-08-2007 22:34 »

Stop stalking me,JBERGES! I already have one.  tongue
DrThunder88

DOOP Secretary
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« Reply #212 on: 07-09-2007 02:34 »

Awesome!  Did I ever mention Mike Nelson came to my school for a guest lecture?  Well, he did.  It was awesome.  It almost inspired me to buy his book, which he plugged heavily.

I personally like the shorts better.  I especially like "Catching Trouble."

 
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You know, Ross is no stranger to raping the land!
Nurdbot

DOOP Secretary
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« Reply #213 on: 07-09-2007 09:22 »

Haha, shorts. My personal favourites are they Mr B Natural one and the one where that guy gets caught cheating on a test. Joel does the whole 'Oh wow!' things several times in that short.

My first episode of MST3K was Hobgoblins, almost two years ago now.
MrBlonde

Liquid Emperor
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« Reply #214 on: 07-09-2007 10:29 »

I never really got around to watching the shorts, someone told me that they were sub-par.


Since we're on the subject of your cherry popping episode, mine was The Clonus Horror which I watched again today.
Nurdbot

DOOP Secretary
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« Reply #215 on: 07-09-2007 12:53 »

Whoever said shorts were sub-par needs to be brutally skull fucked.

Some of Joels best moments were in Shorts.
tyraniak

Urban Legend
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« Reply #216 on: 07-09-2007 13:10 »

Yeah, I especially like Spring Fever and Robot Rumpus
BirthdayClown

Urban Legend
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« Reply #217 on: 07-09-2007 18:12 »

They're kinda amusing. Kinda.
Meh, I say.
Nurdbot

DOOP Secretary
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« Reply #218 on: 07-10-2007 08:44 »

There have some been some bad ones, I admit. A few flops, but it depends really on the shorts.

I think Spring Fever is one of my personal favourites.

Noooo SPRINGS!
DrThunder88

DOOP Secretary
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« Reply #219 on: 07-11-2007 11:14 »

The shorts on the first two DVDs are hilarious.
JoshTheater

Space Pope
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« Reply #220 on: 07-11-2007 18:04 »
« Last Edit on: 07-11-2007 18:04 »

I just watched my first four episodes, in this order:
The Clonus Horror, Manos: The Hands Of Fate, Gamera Vs. Guiron, Santa Claus Conquers The Martians.

And favorite lines from each of the above episodes, respectively (quotes not exact):
Clonus: "Let's put out our crotch fires and find my nose!"
Manos: Any time Crow did Torgo's voice when he was touching any of the women.
Gamera: "Yes, it is a reasonable conclusion that this is a good idea. We will enter the building, and we will have an adventure like that of the Goonies, and we will find short pants!"
Santa: "His name is B.F. Skinner and he's going to put you kids in a box!"

Where has this show been all my life? I almost DIED laughing...
tyraniak

Urban Legend
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« Reply #221 on: 07-12-2007 00:58 »

I've been reliving this show thanks to youtube, so far I've seen Manos, santa claus conquers the martians, Space Mutiny, The Final Sacrifice, Hobgoblins, Gamera, Squirm, Time chasers Werewolf, and Pumaman
KurtPikachu2001

Urban Legend
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« Reply #222 on: 07-13-2007 09:59 »

I wish the MST3K episode, "Castle of Fu Munchu" would come out on DVD!  Did anyone notice that the guy who played Dr. Forrester's assisant Larry, Josh Weinstein, has the same name as one of the writers for The Simpsons and Futurama?  Though, it's not the same guy. 

BTW, Larry was in the first season of MST3K.  I miss the show.  It would be cool if it could make a comeback, and make fun of more recent B-Movies like Freddie Got Fingered, and Gigli! 

km73

Space Pope
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« Reply #223 on: 08-21-2007 03:42 »

bumpy bump

God, this thread brings back memories. I'm just sobbing with laughter. I used to watch MST3K almost EVERY SINGLE NIGHT from 1-3 in the morning from February to May 1996, back when it was on Comedy Central. That was before they shoved it to Sci-Fi channel. After that i couldn't watch it as much and unfortunately i haven't seen it at all anymore since 1999.

EXTREMELY close second to Futurama as best show ever. I so, so wish it would come back on TV.
i_c_weiner

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« Reply #224 on: 08-21-2007 11:21 »
« Last Edit on: 08-21-2007 11:21 »

This is probably one of my favorite shows of all time too. I remember watching it years ago, and then the man shut it down.

I searched Google Video for MST3k videos. It has a few. Youtube doesn't have as many. Also, they do have DVDs out, but they're collections different episodes and not in season order at all.

I would love it to come back, but stupid Hollywood wants so much money for movie rights these days that it's hard to do the show.


Joel: Hi Keeba!
Nurdbot

DOOP Secretary
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« Reply #225 on: 08-21-2007 11:47 »
« Last Edit on: 08-21-2007 11:47 »

YouTube had loads a few months ago. For some damn reason, they were taken down.

Though MST3K got popular through tape trading where nobody made any cash. A few episodes are on Veoh. Full ones too   smile.

I've seen some banners for Rifftrax, the ones with the CGI Toaster. I don't know why, but I really fucking hate that thing. It just looks damn smarmy. Give me cobbled together puppets anyday. 
tyraniak

Urban Legend
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« Reply #226 on: 08-21-2007 13:18 »

yeah, I listenned to the rifftrax samples and I was very unimpressed, it just seems like they're making fun of the movies without paying any attention to them
km73

Space Pope
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« Reply #227 on: 08-21-2007 15:55 »

Yeah, man, I've really got to get me some DVDs. I've got the book, the Amazing Colossal Episode Guide--if anyone doesn't have that i recommend it.

 
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Originally posted by tyraniak:
I've been reliving this show thanks to youtube, so far I've seen Manos, santa claus conquers the martians, Space Mutiny, The Final Sacrifice, Hobgoblins, Gamera, Squirm, Time chasers Werewolf, and Pumaman

Unfortunately i don't remember most of those except SCCTM and Manos, but Manos rocks....have you seen Pod People? Kitten with a Whip? Daddy-O? Alien from L.A.? That really creepy one with the boarding house and the woman who got crossbowed?...Those are some of my personal favorites. And also that one that was a total Charlie's Angels ripoff.


Pitt Clemens

Urban Legend
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« Reply #228 on: 08-21-2007 21:07 »

I wish they had MSTd night of the Lepus.  They mentioned it numerous times, but never bothered.
DrThunder88

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« Reply #229 on: 08-24-2007 00:14 »

 
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Originally posted by km73:
 And also that one that was a total Charlie's Angels ripoff.

It was even called Angels' Revenge.

I've been working on collecting the DVDs, and, as a word to the wise, the first three seem to be vastly superior to the next...well, I'm up to eight.

It's hard to watch shows from the post-Trace Beaulieu era.  Crow just doesn't sound right and Pearl leaves a lot to be desired.  Prince of Space is a personal favorite of mine, though, and it is from those dark ages.
km73

Space Pope
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« Reply #230 on: 08-24-2007 03:32 »

Ohhh, Angels' Revenge, of course.

 
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Originally posted by DrThunder88:

It's hard to watch shows from the post-Trace Beaulieu era.  Crow just doesn't sound right and Pearl leaves a lot to be desired.

Hell yeah, actually it wasn't even so much Crow and Pearl, it was more that weird ape guy and the other dude, they just really changed the whole feel of the show.
Joel was the best though. God i love nerdy humor.  laff
Nurdbot

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« Reply #231 on: 08-24-2007 08:24 »

I don't see the major differences with the whole Forrester/Pearl and Frank/Bobo and Brain Guy switch.

I like both eras of the show. It just makes it more unique and epic.
tyraniak

Urban Legend
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« Reply #232 on: 08-26-2007 14:09 »

There was never much of an emphasis on the characters to begin with, I really liked that the show pretty much had a complete absence of plot and was still extremely enjoyable
KurtPikachu2001

Urban Legend
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« Reply #233 on: 08-26-2007 18:40 »

Has anyone ever tried to make fun of a movie a'la MST3K?  If not, try it!  It's fun!  If so, which ones did you make fun of? 

I stopped watching MST3K once Frank got bumped off, and Crow's voice changed.  Just wasn't the same after that.  I still like the '89-'94 seasons, though.  Crow is a lot like Bender in many ways.  They're both sarcastic, and make fun of anything and anyone.  Only Bender is more meaner than Crow.  Plus, Crow didn't run of alcohol. 
Nurdbot

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« Reply #234 on: 08-26-2007 18:45 »

Goddamn, I want to cave your skull in with a Golf Club for that 2nd Paragraph alone.
km73

Space Pope
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« Reply #235 on: 08-27-2007 01:36 »

 
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Originally posted by Nurdbot:
Goddamn, I want to cave your skull in with a Golf Club for that 2nd Paragraph alone.


Now, Nurdbot, that's a tad mean, isn't it....  tongue
I just love the random humor of it and the fact that it was two hours long...I mean what show would be on today that featured a guy and two cheap-ass robots sitting around and talking about a movie for 2 hours? Priceless.

DrThunder88

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« Reply #236 on: 08-27-2007 02:19 »

Yes Nurdy, a more appropriate response would've been, "A retarded jellyfish could've made a better post than that."
Nurdbot

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« Reply #237 on: 08-27-2007 08:13 »

I'm more of the angry type, Skin Puppy.

Jeeze, That is two people that never saw Seasons 7-9.

JBERGES

Urban Legend
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« Reply #238 on: 08-28-2007 19:10 »

Seasons 7-9 are, in my opinion, the funniest seasons of all.  Yes, it could be because those are the seasons I grew up watching, but ALL of my favorite episodes seem to be from that stretch.  Hobgoblins, Space Mutiny, Prince of Space, Puma Man, Devil Fish, Delta Knights, Deadly Bees... the list of awesome goes on and on...
km73

Space Pope
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« Reply #239 on: 08-28-2007 22:50 »

Yeah, I don't think I've actually seen most of those. I wasn't able to keep up with it as much after they moved it to the Sci-Fi channel. I saw a lot of seasons 2-6.
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