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1001 - Soultaker



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miles uroshevich - 3 days ago

this episode has one of the worst movie-moms since 'Troll 2'.


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William Johnson - 14 days ago

We are going to rock (especially at 1:31)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-sDf0CED_Q


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Alyssa Transitoria - 15 days ago

How did I miss this episode?! I want that Amish band to play my wedding reception.


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Daniel Foster - about 1 month ago

I'm the proud owner of a Soultaker promo shot w/Estevez and Z'Dar, signed by Z'Dar. I got to meet Z'Dar at a film festival, he's an awesome storyteller and very happy to greet fans, including MSTies.


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jli@hush.com - 2 months ago

"We're not going to your house, we're staying right here where it's safe!" In this dimly lit gas-station parking lot!


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jli@hush.com - 2 months ago

Their makeout session is going to be ruined when that cloud starts throwing little spiky turtles down on them.


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Frederick Jacob Luebker - 6 months ago

Its confusing that they make Hardee's and Carl's JR references. Makes me wonder which one they have in Minnesota.


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Phil Carstens - 8 months ago

"Hey Brain Guy!"
"Yo."


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Frostyshark - 8 months ago

"I saw a lot! I saw everything!" "Shut-up Servo!" XD


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Sabrina Domingues - 9 months ago

I woke up this morning with the "I wanna be happy today" song stuck in my head. I think it's my subconscious telling me that I need to watch this episode again!


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Jerome Montgomery II - 10 months ago

The soultaker is after people with mullets and jersey hairstyles.


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William Johnson - 10 months ago

I'm not a huge Sci-Fi era fan of MST3K but I think Soultaker is the tightest written episode of all of the three years there and it is likely because Joel sat in on the writing that week ... this has a lot of Joel-era humor to it mixed perfectly with Mike-era (CC) and Mike-era (Sci-Fi).


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how long does that tub take to fill??? geez, is it Olympic sized?


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

Why wasn't Joel killed when movie sign came up?


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

And Joe Estevez makes his unwanted return to the Mystery Science Theater.


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Briggs Gordon - 11 months ago

"I wanna be happy today...". Ladies and gentlemen, for your listening pleasure, the OPPOSITE of rock and roll!


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Jerome Montgomery II - about 1 year ago

Good to see an episode with Joel make a cameo role.


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Mike Carmona - about 1 year ago

There's just something special about seeing a host FINALLY go through the doors to get to the theater, since it last happened back in Season 1.


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starman 76 - about 1 year ago

you know I know what they're going through. once I left my soul on top of the car and drove off.


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starman 76 - about 1 year ago

don't tongue the reaper!


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starman 76 - about 1 year ago

good to see Joel. hope he fixes the ship.


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Fredrick Stafford - about 1 year ago

Horrible on all levels, of course. Yet in terms of family embarrassments Joe Estevez can still take comfort in the fact it ranks just above his nephews Charlie and Emilio’s disgraceful “Men at Work.”


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Aileen Smithee - about 1 year ago

I liked seeing our hosts visit each other. Now the embarrassing part: I don't think this film is truly the worst of the worst. If you just think of it as a super-dumbed down Eighties version of Orpheus and Eurdyce (but with a cheeseball happy ending), it's kind of fun.

:o I'll just go and stand in the corner now. :o


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Mitchell - about 1 year ago

Didn't Martin Sheen make enough money during his career that he could have paid his brother more NOT to do this?


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Alex Colson - over 1 year ago

They missed a great chance to have Mike and Joel team up to riff on the movie. Still once the best episodes of MST3K.


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Bruce Box-Liker - over 1 year ago

The plot point about the ship breaking down after ten years does fight the fact that it's apparently over five hundred years old. I suppose Crow must have undergone these breakdowns while he was living alone on the SOL, and then Forrester's sabotage program re-initiated itself after they returned to the present day.

And speaking of which, I suppose there are two SOL's in existence throughout seasons 9 and 10, and a full four Crows; there's the Crow we see here with Mike and Servo, a Crow carving fertility symbols on the old SOL, a Crow living with Mike's family in Wisconsin, and a Crow working at Mike's old temp agency.


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Tom Israel - over 1 year ago

My 15-year-old and I think this is one of the best ones.
But...what the Hell is a 'hot fish shop?'


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Ryan J. - over 1 year ago

If I remember right, this was the first Mike episode I ever saw. I held off for the longest time because I didn't want to get sucked into making comparisons between him and Joel, but when I finally gave in I was glad. Classic episode.


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RevJJVQ - over 1 year ago

so AWESOME to see Joel visit!!!


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Gal Dagon - over 1 year ago

The empiricist in me loves this wet T-shirt contest so much.


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Shannon Kerr - almost 2 years ago

Why is it ALWAYS Rocket #9?


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Alex Stefanic - about 2 years ago

The big faced guy is Robert Z'Dar from the Maniac Cop movies! (But MSTies probably know him better from Futurewar)


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Frankie DeMario - over 2 years ago

TV's Frank is BACKK!!!!!