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202 - The Sidehackers



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A Silhouette - about 1 month ago

But.. your lips are.. DRUGGED! -camera dazes out


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Jake Westbrook - about 1 month ago

The episode containing Cambot's one and only riff.


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David May - about 1 month ago

Kevin's impression of J. Elvis's voice is so spot on I'm having trouble remembering who I'm listening to. I forget, how many episodes before Kevin drops the impression and starts doing Tom with his own voice. Is it only 2 or 3 more? Or does he keep it the entire 2nd season?


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David May - about 1 month ago

That neck snap at 81 minutes into the film is easily one of the most absurd things I've ever seen in an MST3k film.


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Phantom Chicken - 2 months ago

I love the skit with Mike as JC...he's a cool cat, can you dig it?


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Gigantor! - 5 months ago

Some of my fellow MST3k fans may or may not realize that "JC" (Michael Pataki) starred in not one but two episodes of the show. He also played Sergeant Ward, the lovable sheriff's deputy/sexual predator, in "It Lives by Night" (s10e10).


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Zac Hoover - 5 months ago

When I saw the title, I thought it would be about Hacking Computers. I am disappointed.


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Phantom Chicken - 5 months ago

Ross Hagen was nominated for an Oscar for this picture? ;)


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Mike Carmona - 6 months ago

I'd love to have a spastic Slinky pet! Then that dreaded day when I wake up to find out my kids straightened out... Nooooooooooooooooooo!


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Brian Landsem - 7 months ago

is it bad that this was part of my online mst3k/rifftrax double feature today. This film and Viva Knievel.. There is a fine line between brilliance and madness.


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Scott Elliot - 8 months ago

Say what you will about the quality of the movie. But that JC is a great villain. Pulls off the unstable sociopath character perectly.


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Someone Special - 10 months ago

Rofl, i love Crow's comment "There's a ladder in the way. There's...a...LADDER....in the WAY!"


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Elisa Farrington - 10 months ago

As Tom Servo said, 'Boy, what a depressing film!' I'm watching the episodes in order but, having seen this one before, I almost skipped it. 30 minutes in and I realized why. But, before I could turn it off Crow comes out with 'Bean dip, anyone?'


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Elisa Farrington - 10 months ago

If I had to chose one great Dr Forrester moment it would be his entrance as a slinky. (Mike is probably his hind end).


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Graeme Cree - 11 months ago

Nobody from MST3K noticed it, but JC was Korax in The Trouble With Tribbles. He's the Klingon Scotty belted for saying "I didn't mean to say the Enterprise should be hauling garbage. I meant to say that it should be hauled away AS GARBAGE!!!!!"


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Zen Greenway - 11 months ago

JC was also in the worst Next Generation episode ever. Don't get me wrong. I love Next Gen, but sheesh!


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

JC kissed his ankh. What is he praying to Amen Ra?


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

There aren't going to be any guns on my vengeful mission to kill a man!


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

You know guys there are other references to Erwin Rommel besides just Patton.


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

I think Sidehacking is a good idea for a race sport. Any good sport needs one thing and that is the potential for life altering injury. People don't go to races to see the race, they go to see the crash.


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

This great picture quality for only being available on 240p. I like.


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jli@hush.com - 11 months ago

How long has Doc Forester had an Ood in a Jailhouse Rock outfit?


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Bronn K - about 1 year ago

I think this one is underrated. The riffing here is absolutely top-notch, and the host segments are solid.


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Anthony DiCrecchio - about 1 year ago

Tom Servo has a beautiful singing voice.


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Allison Jones - about 1 year ago

I don't know what it is about that animated Slinky, but it kills me every time. Brilliant.


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Chris Bennett - about 1 year ago

Though the riffing is superb, hardest movie of all MST3K for me to sit through. Jeez, get with the Side-Hacking already! Oops, I meant the "sorry excuse to make a weepy revenge snuff film because 70's guys were tough, man!" movie. - Because they snagged on my girl, see?! DON'TCHA CARE? DON'TCHA EVEN CARE?!?"


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Daniel Lopez - about 1 year ago

Hey everybody, NUMBER 16!!!!


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Chris Mulligan - about 1 year ago

The Patton riffs make this episode for me and a subtle Pope of Greenwich Village drop at the end.


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Jon Bradley - over 1 year ago

This is one of my favorite ones.


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GallariaIchiban - over 1 year ago

So yeah, this episode marks the beginning of the MST3K crew actually watching films all the way through before picking them for the show. What happened there is they already started filming this episode when they came upon the rape/murder scene where Rita dies. Naturally, they were horrified, cut it from the show, and then every episode afterwards they watched all the way through. It also explains why it just randomly has our hero being all sad and forlorn and stuff with Crow playing off Rita's death. The more you know!


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Gal Dagon - over 1 year ago

At first I didn't like the hero of the movie, but by the time he was killed I was completely ambivalent to him. I was mostly relieved it was over.


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Gal Dagon - over 1 year ago

This movie doesn't half drag on, does it?


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Gal Dagon - over 1 year ago

"Hasbro humane society" I somehow missed that the first time around.


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Chuck Finley - over 1 year ago

"He should be considered armed, and stupid."


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Chuck Finley - over 1 year ago

"Thanks for littering."


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Chuck Finley - over 1 year ago

"Hey why dont you turn off that motorcycle so we can talk,"


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RevJJVQ - over 1 year ago

{peep} XD


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Olivia P - over 1 year ago

I will push the "add comment" button. I will! I will push the button!


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Puma Man - almost 2 years ago

Best use of Cambot ever!


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o[ ]~~~ Rose B - almost 2 years ago

Who's legs do you think are in the end of the Slinky Dr. F? I'm gonna guess Mike because Mike was the extra guy in everything that season.


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Desiree Ashcraft - almost 2 years ago

Is it me, or does the Dino sound more like Bing Crosby?


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When my sister and I would talk when we were meant to be sleeping, my dad would come in and say, "I don't want to hear another peep out of you." And as soon as he was out of earshot, we'd both start peeping. It was fun to see Joel and the bots play out my youth.


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Aha, at last! The origins of Joel's famous "chili peppers burn my gut" riff.


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I like Cambot's parody of sports TV with the Sidehacking Results: Boredom 9, Movie 1.


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Kimono Dragon - almost 2 years ago

I'm glad the riffs are so good on this one, because even by MST3K standards, this movie is a bomb! The square dance calling by Crow T. Robot was the best!


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Dave Robinson - almost 2 years ago

Watching from Afghanistan!


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Aaron Kuehmichel - about 2 years ago

I love it when they do their Jerry Lewis/Dean Martin impressions.


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Derrick Hollandsworth - about 2 years ago

I think this was my favorite invention exchange ever :)


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Dan Rudy - about 2 years ago

Apparently J.C. later became the voice of George Liquor, in Ren & Stimpy.