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616 - Racket Girls



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Stephen A Nathe - about 1 month ago

dude, Leopard Lady vs Panther Woman----where's Thepumaman??


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Scott A. Taylor - 2 months ago

Yup, this is the LEAST erotic film I've ever seen. Amazing when you think the producers of this thought it'd drive men wild in droves to see it. Guess they had the policy of "Once you have their money .. RUN!!".

Watching Norah Batty (Google "Last of the summer wine") doing the ironing would be sexier than this .. and no I don't think that would be sexy in the least ... but it's still a million times more than this film. Never seen such butt ugly .. erm .. I guess we'll call them 'women', in my life.


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Mike Zapolnik - 2 months ago

Never in a movie have I missed music so much.


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Stephen A Nathe - 3 months ago

just......wow


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Aileen Smithee - 5 months ago

1:08:40 - The musical stylings of, uh... Frank, Paul & Mary... kind of. This sketch has everything. Bonus points for Frank's nod to Blazing Saddles. 8)


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"Is this The Thrilla in Manila?" "No, this is The Snooze in Santa Cruz." What a good riff.


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Elisa Farrington - 7 months ago

I thought this was going to be about tennis.


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Elisa Farrington - 7 months ago

Is that not Servo's Batman mask?


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Elisa Farrington - 7 months ago

Rita Martinez @ 1:07:35 - Best Gutsy Performance in a Really Bad Movie (left-handed fist swipe x 3).


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hippiekarl7 - 8 months ago

That big bout between Rita and Claire was SO fixed! Clean sport, my ass.........


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Crypto Dentist - 9 months ago

Geez, these old marriage shorts are so painfully embarrassing I can't enjoy them... without the riffing, that is. Wow, a whole three months of knowing each other!


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Joseph Ewing - 9 months ago

The marriage short actually pisses me off. We're going to use the money her parents are lovingly using to put her through school, but use it instead to get married at eighteen and play house for a few months until we break up. Grrrr.


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jli@hush.com - 9 months ago

Too much slamming? There was one pumphandle and three scoop slams, that was it.


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jli@hush.com - 9 months ago

Somebody throw a steel chair in the ring!


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jli@hush.com - 9 months ago

"Wrestling is one of the few remaining clean sports." No more absurd words were ever spoken.


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jli@hush.com - 9 months ago

Does that bookie remind anyone else of Kurtwood Smith?


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jli@hush.com - 9 months ago

I would just like to add some exposition for anyone who didn't catch it. That guy bought Peaches' contract, he bought her contract, and her contract was bought by him.


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jli@hush.com - 9 months ago

She had to have someone explain the concept of a towel. That is all.


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jli@hush.com - 9 months ago

I enjoyed hearing marriage advise from the Kurgan from Highlander.


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Kim Spence Dean - 10 months ago

One of my favorite shorts; I always show it in my Sociology classes.


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - 10 months ago

Gotta love it, two male robots getting married and the "minister" wears a rainbow print. MST was certainly leading the way!


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Am I alone in having my imagination start running away with me when the marriage counselor starts talking about "similar background." It's way too easy to think of him giving a very soft-spoken, condescending explanation to an interracial couple about how their miscegenation could simply never work, on account of the great psychological distance that naturally exists between white women and negroes.


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Jerome Montgomery II - 11 months ago

Are we glad for the WWE lol


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Mitchell - 12 months ago

The Marriage Development graph at 0:12:43 ! LMFAO ! If I went to any "professional" for counseling and he pulled out something like this I wouldn't be able to escape his office for ROTFL !


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Rhys Patterson - about 1 year ago

After her Nam flash back there I think the better title would, "PTSD and martial sex: Or how my husband stopped being afraid and learned to love the strap on". When that girl breaks its going to be epic. Pardon this train of thought. I am on Ativan but can't sleep


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This was an instant favorite and, in fact, is quickly becoming one of my top ten MST3K all-timers. Wall-to-wall meaty, beefy riffing goodness. Some of my favorite riffing happens at those points in the movie where there's really bad cuts, like it's an old print that's been broken and spliced back together several times; it's the riffs at those points where Mike'n'the Bots are mocking the bad splices, where the soundtrack is hacked up so badly that the dialogue doesn't make any sense.


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Jon - over 1 year ago

This is worse than Ed Wood.


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Classicats - over 1 year ago

1:10:00 Most disturbing and awkward pose between a robot and a human I've ever seen.


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Classicats - over 1 year ago

WOW, this movie is as dull as dust. I shouldn't have started watching it so late.


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Scooter Atreides - over 1 year ago

And isn't it odd how in both shorts, it's only the girl's parents who have anything to say? One way or the other?
Did parents in the 50's simply not give a rat's ass WHO their sons throw away their futures for?


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Scooter Atreides - over 1 year ago

After watching both this short and "Is This Love?", I'm convinced that they just want to stop young people from quitting college: That was the main objection of the girl's parents in both shorts.


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Scooter Atreides - over 1 year ago

YAY! IT'S BACK!!


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Rachel Anne Mullins - over 1 year ago

I want Frank to sing at my wedding.


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Andrew Jones - over 1 year ago

Ahh Peaches... "I'm being turned on by a woman who is long dead!"


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Robert Ferguson - almost 2 years ago

55:39......... Peaches.......... If the human head held 35psi........
She's 20psi short !


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Robert Ferguson - almost 2 years ago

At 37:25... That moment... JUST drips, I mean OOZES with FILTH.
It bespeaks KIDNAP, ABDUCT, prelude to TORTURE. I hope I can still wash it OFF !


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Gal Dagon - almost 2 years ago

The weirdest thing about this movie is that there are moments that look like someone involved with it had a real catch wrestling background. The head toss at 1:14:25 (or so) isn't an easy move to pull off.


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Ok, I think it's official, this may be my very favorite episode. There's so little dialogue that it gives the guys tons of room to riff their hearts out. So hilarious. I especially love all the REM song quotes.


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Victoria Mayer - almost 2 years ago

Lisa Loeb? I thought she was Courtney HOLE!!


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Here's a totally useless trivia factoid: Timothy Farrell, our ill-fated crooked women's rasslin' promoter here, also starred in at least two Ed Wood pictures that I remember: he also played a hood in "Jailbait" (1954), and a psychiatrist -- if you can believe it -- in the classic "Glen Or Glenda?" (1953).


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

I used the "We love popular songs" line on the radio when my dad and I were doing a show involving the American Popular Songbook. He didn't get it, but I could hardly keep myself from giggling.


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Auto K - about 2 years ago

The bit where Gypsy noms Tom Servo in a wedding dress then spins around with him in her mouth is now my favorite MST3K moment of all time. Actually, it's my favorite moment of everything of all time.