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704 - The Incredible Melting Man



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161 laughs

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James GreyWolf - 4 days ago

Ok, I actually understand Atchka, now (guess I didn't notice it before). I feel at one with the universe.


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ivan ivanovich - 16 days ago

I watch this episode when I'm really mad.


1 laugh

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Scott Alan Hodge - 3 months ago

When dealing with a Incredible Melting Man you will find that salt works the best.


The more you know! *ding*
5 laughs

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Roe Walker - 4 months ago

Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! Apparently this movie was originally intended to be a satire of horror films, but it was decided at some point to go for a straight horror movie. Also, the special effects with the melting man went on to go inspire the make-up and special effects for the guy in the original Robocop who got those hazardous chemicals spilled on him.


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Roe Walker - 4 months ago

I can't help but wonder. Do you think that all of the skits in this episode are the MST3k crew's reaction to getting their own movie made?


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Crypto Dentist - 5 months ago

I remember basically nothing about this episode but I had lasagna for dinner so naturally I'm going to rewatch it tonight.


8 laughs

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LD Hablizel - 6 months ago

It occurred to me, pretty much everybody got killed except the two black guys. That's nice.


1 laugh

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The humanity - 6 months ago

A couple good gags but found this mauseating more than funny.


2 laughs

Stephen A Nathe - 7 months ago

uh, how much did you guys like Jupiter...?
i think we just blew it up, sorry....over, huh-uh


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Mike Carmona - 8 months ago

Gasp! Bridget (dark-haired woman in front row?) didn't like Mike! Crackers, on the other hand...


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Teri Gee - 8 months ago

So...Myron Healy (otherwise known as Mark Houston on The Unearthly and General Perry in this movie) seems to have been the quintessential guest star on TV. He has 312 acting credits on IMDB and, except for two series where he was a main character, they're all one-off appearances. Actually, for a few series, he has multiple appearances but as different characters each time.


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Stephen A Nathe - 9 months ago

definitely RICK BAKER....the lone positive!


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Stephen A Nathe - 9 months ago

i'm gonna channel Bill Shatner:
"Thiiiiiisssssssssssssss.......MAKES no sense!"


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Courtland Miles - 10 months ago

awesome Tom Waits reference. and so many Coleman Francis plugs. love this one.


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Rafael Torres - 11 months ago

00:19:17 OUCHKA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LMAO


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Leigh Mccallum - 11 months ago

So...After being killed out side of the inexplicably vacant hospital the nurse is rushed by ambulance to... the same hospital or what ?!


5 laughs

The working man's Kevin Bacon!


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Cape Ted Nelson!


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John Carnahan - 12 months ago

This episode is underrated. The riffing is above par and the host segments are very funny. PLUS PEARL AND DR. FORRESTER ON THE SATELLITE TOGETHER ?!?! MST3K, you are blowing my emotions.


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Desiree Ashcraft - 12 months ago

I still think it's funny that the director of our city recreations commission is named nothing other than..,,,,....Ted Nelson!!!!! I think he faked his death, and came to live underground here, knowing no one would remember this stink bomb. Little did he know that a wonderful thing called MST3K would find it. Dr. Ted Nelson, you have been discovered! Come out, and we will give you crackers!


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Teri Gee - about 1 year ago

74% of the audience didn't like the character Cruella DeVille and even though she wasn't in the movie we have to change those numbers.


1 laugh

Teri Gee - about 1 year ago

So, I'm wondering something about the end credits riffs. Is it possible that it's a callback to the end of Gamera vs. Barugon, where the guy sits with the girl and says, "I've learned never to let greed guide our actions." ...or am I just seeing a callback where none exists?


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Brian Peter Vandenbroek - about 1 year ago

I wonder if Incredible Melting Men would make a good dipping sauce. You know, like for chicken wings or something.


4 laughs

Bradley J. Timm - about 1 year ago

This one has some truly hilarious bits that don't even need riffing.


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Joshua Bivens - about 1 year ago

My mother ate candy, I turned out fine.


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James Krummel - about 1 year ago

Tom Servo: "I learned not to say 'I'm Ted Nelson.' to a security guard."
Damn skippy! Wow.


5 laughs

Dana Xu - over 1 year ago

Scathing take on the Hollywood scene. Good on you, guys


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Robert Brown - over 1 year ago

This may be my favorite MST episode. It's certainly a blast. Who would have thought that someone would try to remake Monster-a-Go-Go?

With this slightly less awful remake as an inspiration, perhaps I should tackle my project to remake the three Coleman Francis movies we all know and love...flag on the moon...I'm Cherokee Jack...Panic!


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

"Oh, we learned that some cats can open the refrigerator, get the milk, bring the milk into the middle of the kitchen, throw it up in the air, drop it on the floor [and] shatter it all over the place."


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

Truly the most tragic ending of any film we've seen: Ted Nelson's spawn survives to bring us a new generation of weird-chinned, whiny do-nothings obsessed with crackers!


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Did Doc Forester do a 1984 reference?


5 laughs

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Never has a film had a more compelling, energetic, and likable protagonist!


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1600 hours in addition to being 4:00 PM is 66 2/3 days, so closer to two months.


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Michael S - over 1 year ago

OH NO! NO MORE CRACKERS!!!


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Zachariah Durr - over 1 year ago

Nothing in this movie is motivated by anything.


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Bill Rutherford - over 1 year ago

Hotschka!!


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

Now just hear me out on this: new sitcom, “I’m Ted Nelson!” Dr. Nelson and bland wife Judy are living in quiet 70’s desperation when they find out gruff old General Perry is coming to live with them! Throw in Judy’s swinging mother dropping by, unmarried Sheriff Blake bird dogging the babes, and wacky neighbor Steve, aka The Incredible Melting Man (his gimmick: he comes over and drips on people at inappropriate times). Put it all together and the comedy hijinks will sure to ensue!


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one of my faves. i think i have this pretty well memorized. ;)


4 laughs

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This is one of those episodes that I have to watch without really watching. I can enjoy the riffs and the audio as long as I don't see the visuals. This one and "The Projected Man" are just too icky.


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Daniel Olshansky - almost 2 years ago

Wow, without TVs Frank and Joel these opening exchanges get really weak, sigh...


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Tom Servo's puns - almost 2 years ago

I love this episode. I think it belongs right up there with the episodes that have the most laughs. Better than Mitchell, imo.


4 laughs

Smakk Attakk - almost 2 years ago

Get this guy some crackers quick!


5 laughs

Fancy Pantserton - almost 2 years ago

Why did I think I could eat while watching this..why!?


10 laughs

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Kelly Slane - about 2 years ago

The old folks are the best part of this movie, am I right?


3 laughs

Big McLargehuge - about 2 years ago

Even though this is a cheap gross-out flick, the guys make it great. Especially because they all seem to have a case of the giggles through the whole movie. Super funny.


9 laughs

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Childe Harold - about 2 years ago

It was a mistake to watch this while eating tomato soup


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Scott Davis - about 2 years ago

"Heres your Windows 95"


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Kevin W. Reames - over 2 years ago

Now I want to see EARTH VS. SOUP.


3 laughs

Jason Edwards - over 2 years ago

Dr Forrester invented the camel pack?


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Jason Edwards - over 2 years ago

I gotta go yodel groceries!


6 laughs

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Matt Phillips - over 2 years ago

That nurse just runs through the glass door. WTH?


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Desiree Ashcraft - over 2 years ago

Talk about relentless stair-climbing action!


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Alex Stefanic - over 2 years ago

This it what happens when you try to make a 90 minute movie out of one special effect.


13 laughs

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Page - over 2 years ago

So, the pregnant Judy shouldn't eat candy, but it's ok for her to have wine and sedatives?


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David Pietrusza - over 2 years ago

I saw this movie when I was ten. Only now do I realize how funny it was thanks to the magic of MST3K, We miss you, boys.


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Teeeeed Nelson! - almost 3 years ago

Ted Nelson