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509 - The Girl in Lovers Lane



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Jinx the Cat - 7 days ago

12:10 What's your name kid? Sex Poodle...cracks me up every time! Crow at his best!


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Zeitgeist Meister - 15 days ago

Crow's got Jack Elam eyes (by Kim Carnes).


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Zeitgeist Meister - 15 days ago

Emile Meyer had to be one of the worst character actors ever. Hard to believe he was allowed in "Shane" and "Paths of Glory".


Young Love-ahh to be young again...& drifting.
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William LeTourneau - 3 months ago

Love the Travelin' Train Song. Lots of little nuggets in here. The bots comin' up with alternate endings was precious. They are such lil rascles and what imaginations! Btw, we have a teenager at home...hope she don't turn into one of them 'drifters'. =P


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Hazel Davis - 4 months ago

Carrie's character could have been replaced by a pickle for all the point she added to this crappily-written story. Her Dad could have had this prize pickle, the drifter would sit and be condescending at it, tell it to wear certain clothes. Then the weird guy eats the pickle and the drifter guy gets blamed. Then Dad beats him up for eating the pickle- giant pickle mob fight. The End.


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Snuffy Wuffykiss - 4 months ago

That was one weird ass movie.


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Jane Sproul - 5 months ago

Hey, I think I figured out Carrie being so very:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFlOh1MiuPM


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MSTeacher3K - 8 months ago

At 36:21, Servo says, "What about that guy I groined in the knee?" I wonder if Kevin goofed that line, or meant to mix up the words.


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Mark Heckman - 8 months ago

I just watched this episode and nearly choked to death I laughed so hard. Truly an underrated and under appreciated episode!


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Jane Sproul - 11 months ago

Watching this again, I'm beginning to wonder if maybe the *actors* had a thing and that's where all the Bix/Danny vibes come from.


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SuperJaneEyre - about 1 year ago

I've never seen this one before, and the way Trace delivered that line during invention exchange 'What, are you going to give kids poop?' made me laugh so hard that I actually had to clamp my mouth shut so I didn't wake my housemates.


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Robert Brown - about 1 year ago

I know I wrote this a lot, but this is truly an underappreciated episode. In fact, this may be the most criminally underappreciated episode of them all. It has my favorite MST song ever, and so many pause-the-movie, laugh-out-loud quips that it takes me five hours to watch it through. This silly movie brought out the sneaky snark. Oh, just smiley it already!


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Linda Decatmomma - over 1 year ago

loved that part.. camera 3 get off the track and they scream..


Servo's Beautiful Voice
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Tyler Jones - over 1 year ago

Servo really liked the tune to this opening credit theme. XD


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Dood - over 1 year ago

Nice guyliner, Big.


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Look Polish - over 1 year ago

A seriously underrated episode.


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Look Polish - over 1 year ago

This episode's got one of the best running character riffs that I've seen so far. So good.


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Tonine Anne Lepore - over 1 year ago

Jack Elam was great in "Support Your Local Sheriff" and I think Carrie's Dad was the slovenly, captain in "the Caine Mutiny", replaced by Humphrey Bogart. "Yeah, the strawberries....."


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So, I just had a flashback to a disturbing thing from my childhood. The bellybutton bit at the beginning reminded me of a very strange and kind of upsetting children's book about a kid who was born without a bellybutton and went to a factory to get one.

I can't be the only person who read that book or thought it was weird.


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As for the thugs in the pool hall Big Stupid and Danny run into; that was the least impressive gang ever. Taken down by a skinny under nourished drifter and his wimpy cohort who they outnumbered. And they had weapons.


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Tom Levier - almost 2 years ago

Shut up Danny.


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Dr. Despicable - almost 2 years ago

Is it just me, or does Servo sound like the little warrior statue/demon from Trilogy of Terror? 'Cause if that's what he was going for, it's both sensible AND hilarious!


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Erik Huntsinger - almost 2 years ago

"You're stuck here!"
Nice reference to Fugitive Alien... 2 seasons earlier!


here pup!
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Sean Barry - almost 2 years ago

Hahahaha @ 50:37 when he goes, "now Sadie girl..." HAhahahaa that's what I say to my dog (not the one in the pic, that's Cortez the Killer). Sadie's a goldendoodle. :D


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Carrie is So Very - almost 2 years ago

One of my all-time favorites. And I gotta share: as a playwright I've thought for almost 20 years about how to fix the ending so this movie works, and really the only thing that does is going full-Brokeback. Big Stupid/Danny: my OTP.


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Jake - almost 2 years ago

This has gotta be my favorite episode, probably because the movie itself isn't really that bad (compared to other MST3K films).


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Great Scott - about 2 years ago

I actually enjoy this movie as well... Joyce Meadows was pretty good in my opinion... plus I'm a sucker for homoerotic subtext.


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Tanishia Williams - over 2 years ago

is it me, or is that Jesse weirdo the crosseyed drunken doctor from the Cannonball Run movies in his younger years? I'd know those eyeballs anywhere! Crow does a great Jack Elam, by the way.


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Tanishia Williams - over 2 years ago

What were those pool hustlers gonna do, punch them in the knee caps? Was there even one of them that was taller than a hobbit?


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Tanishia Williams - over 2 years ago

Why'd she keep calling me John? I love the scene when the stupid Danny kid meets the hooker. Oh, who am I kidding? I love every robot riff where Bix (aka Big Stupid) tells Danny to shut up.


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Frederick Jacob Luebker - over 2 years ago

34:48 "Frodo is in one of those barrels." This line bugs me, because it was Bilbo who traveled by barrel, not Frodo!


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Sean Stewart - over 2 years ago

How many of you stopped the episode around 26:42 in response to Joel's riff about the man having 6 fingers? I don't think the guy actually has 6 fingers... Is there a joke I'm missing there?


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Stereo Catz - over 2 years ago

Ah, the sixties. When even bums where clean shaven with well groomed hair.


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Stereo Catz - over 2 years ago

Southern Pacific, famous for paying to have big empty train cars shipped cross-country.


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Stereo Catz - over 2 years ago

Camera three NO! …why don’t they look?


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Kim Spence Dean - over 2 years ago

I LOVE this episode. From the very beginning, the riffs are smart and hysterical. This is one that I always recommend to people who want to see Joel at or near his best.


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Colleen Swiggum - over 2 years ago

did anyone else expect the robots to start mimicking gollum? "the rings are the precious"


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Colleen Swiggum - over 2 years ago

quite a nice little strip show danny puts on while talking about his parents...


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James Krummel - over 2 years ago

Train song. Crow doing Jack Elam. Fantastic episode!


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Mike Carmona - over 2 years ago

I wonder if the MST3K Poopie! clips are played on Poopie Night...


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Bronn K - over 2 years ago

I just realized i've never actually seen this one before. Every time I see the title, I think it's "Girl's Town," and get it confused. Interesting, a new episode!


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - almost 3 years ago

SPOILER ALERT in posts below! If you haven't seen this episode yet, wait and read the posts afterward. The ending is given away!


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Lol at Joel, calling Crow "honey" at 43:30!!


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Jerome Montgomery II - almost 3 years ago

Sing it Tom Servo that gumball can sing


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Aaron Kuehmichel - about 3 years ago

Is it bad that I want a T-shirt with the words 'Pervert Burger' on it???


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Kimono Dragon - about 3 years ago

The train song at 24:00 - Servo holding a ukelele with both arms dangling at his side... among their best!


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Jeremy Burgess - over 3 years ago

Actually this was a good movie. i kinda felt myself getting lost in it. the riffs were great! What killed the movie was the the time warp edits lol. a lost gem in the MST3K world. A must see!


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Kelly Slane - over 3 years ago

Crow as Jack Elam - TERRIFYING


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Jackson Hollifield - over 3 years ago

I just stumbled on this site recently and have discovered that, although I've been a Huge MST3K fan since about '91, I've never seen this episode. Lovin' it!!


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This is seriously one of the most depressing movies they've riffed on.


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Misti Buckner - over 3 years ago

This has been my favorite episode for years! Some of the funniest riffs EVER!


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Rowsdower Jr. Sr. - over 3 years ago

How does this episode have so few laughs?? "Big Stupid", Crow as Jack Elam, 'ruffles have ridges' and an endless supply of drifter jokes.... what more can you ask for?


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Gal Dagon - over 3 years ago

I... I'm actually enjoying this film.


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Brian Fry - over 3 years ago

this is by far my favorite episode. so many great riffs, the skits were hilarious, and this is the first episode i noticed the cross reference to another riff with the Leather Coat line, which was from The Beatniks


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Dan Rudy - almost 4 years ago

Definitely one of their better singing riffs; but the opening credits had a good musical addition as well!


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Jimmy Porto - almost 4 years ago

Have not seen this episode until today. Loved their railroad song, and got to see some early Jack Elam!