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801 - Revenge of the Creature



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Hailley Petey-Plane - 15 days ago

I think Mike calls Crow "Bill" at ~16:44...


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Chris Hood - 29 days ago

Fun fact: The creature's design was originally based off the denizens in the short story "The Shadow over Innsmouth".


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MarkLedoux@biteme.com - about 1 month ago

Can we delete the first video, or at least switch the order? The default video gets a progressively worse video lag.


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Suzannah Burton - 2 months ago

'No joke' - Pepsi.


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Edmund Wolfe - 2 months ago

Is it just me or does Prof. Bobo act far more intelligent at the start of the season? Why did he suddenly lose his smarts when earth blew up?


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Katie Green - 3 months ago

This is a hilarious episode! However, it is a bit slow-starting. It really picks up 30 to 40 minutes in & then Mike & the Bots shift into high rifting gear until the end.


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Meg Lugaric Shick - 3 months ago

The bathrooms are really confusing: they're marked "mollusks" and "crustaceans".


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Gal Dagon - 3 months ago

What is Clint's character is so jarring. I wonder what process led the writer to include a great big blond lab assistant with the icy gaze of a killer in the script.


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Steve Hayes - 4 months ago

I can't believe how few laughs this has. Are people paying attention? I think this is one of their fullest and funniest episodes. I can watch this repeatedly.


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K.T. Robot - 4 months ago

As this "mass watching" started yesterday evening, apparently no one likes the movie, because the laughs haven't risen.


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Kelly Slane - 4 months ago

2171people watching?! Wow guys! XD


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Stephen A Nathe - 4 months ago

LOOOADD!!!


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Stephen A Nathe - 4 months ago

to quote a line from TMNT III:
"Clint Eastwood...?....nah...."


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Stephen A Nathe - 4 months ago

Welcome to the pre-rifftrax era!!!!


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Lauren Tapley - 4 months ago

Seriously who names their dog Chris?


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Oh, a segregated, restricted Seaworld. You crazy 50's you!


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Morgan Zindzi T - 5 months ago

The voice difference between Trace and Bill's Crow is not as jarring as I expected it to be, but the movement? Hoo boy poor Bill had a lot to learn and quick to fill Trace's puppeteering shoes. I don't think he ever got Crow's mouth to move with the same swagger as Trace did...


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Jenica Burgos - 6 months ago

Blackfish II


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I have to admit the creature costume is surprisingly convincing. Practical creature fx like costumes and animatronic puppets will always be superior to CGI. The Planet of the Apes costumes were darn near lifelike, and yet Hollywood seems to insist on using crappy CGI . shame, really.


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They're so giggly with each other in this episode; I love it.


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Teri Gee - 8 months ago

When I was done smothering him, I vowed to avenge his death.


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Clete is hitting on Helen(not that I blame him, as she is incredibly hot) but I would still be looking for Chris...Dog lover that I am...of course not in the Taboo way that Helen loves Chris :)


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What's up with Clete & Helen's Bad Cop/Good cop routine? It goes Horribly wrong and sends the Creature on a rampage of Death & Destruction.


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Love Mike's Shower Cap!


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Mod-God - 9 months ago

In the year 25-25, if man is still alive... TUNE!


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Elisa Farrington - 10 months ago

It's subtle, but there is a new backdrop door with a big bone on it that locks in place. This makes me wonder if 2001 Space Odyssey was the inspiration for the bone shape of the SOL.


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Elisa Farrington - 10 months ago

I like Ned and Wade. My first response to the Nanites was a flash back to the alien amorphic cell stuctures from The Night of the Blood Beast.


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Elisa Farrington - 10 months ago

That iconic BA BA BAAA! music was written by Henry Mancini entitled 'The Monster Gets Mark'.


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Teri Gee - 10 months ago

So...how could Mike have descendants if he was on the edge of the universe? He could have relatives, but he wasn't married and so he couldn't have grandkids.

...and before you say anything, I'm very relaxed. :)


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Donald Petkus - 11 months ago

I like the reference to Calumet Harbor and how polluted it is. A nice sense of place for the Midwestern rust belt.


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - 11 months ago

What is that little black thing that scurries across the floor just before door #6? Right to left going in, left to right going out?


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - about 1 year ago

Isn't that necklace/stone Pearl is wearing the same one the kid wore in "LaserBlast?" MST3K ep. 706?


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Robert Brown - about 1 year ago

One of my favorite joke themes in MST is the almost personal beef against certain actors, auteurs or technicians. IN this case, we have the perpetually smug and smarmy John Agar. Mike really sets to with gusto. Never let the smile touch your eyes, indeed.


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Stelaton Mave - about 1 year ago

i know everyone loves trace, and i do too, but i think corbett nailed it in this episode: "maybe you seem different every day, do i harp on that?" "i thought you didn't remember me!" *sigh* "i don't."


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Aileen Smithee - about 1 year ago

The real horror was the scene in which John McSmugly and his blond pal pulled that poor woman back and forth, like she was a sentient Cornish Game Hen they were divvying up. >:

Man At His Best, as they say over at Esquire™ magazine. I'll just be in the next room punching a wall for a while.


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Warm Tumbler of Jagermeister - about 1 year ago

Socks, sandals and a jumpsuit? Good thing Mike is cute.


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I move to declare this officially the most underrated episode right now.


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Mitchell - over 1 year ago

I miss Clayton.


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Mitchell - over 1 year ago

Sadly, this 2nd CFTBL film is still MUCH better than the 3rd entry- The Creature Walks Among Us. In that film the Creature is so humiliated by having his gills removed and being forced to wear coveralls that at the end he drowns himself.


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

Ha, oldest trick in the book! Sit back and wait for a leftover prehistoric beast to unceremoniously slaughter your romantic rival and then use the ol’, “We can take a leisurely cruise up the river and have dinner in Jacksonville” line to close the deal. If I only had an “Ocean Harbor Buck” for every time I pulled that scam!


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Rhys Patterson - over 1 year ago

More children need to see this movie, they would stop wanting to be marine biologists sooner


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Tiffany Delahunt - over 1 year ago

Wouldn't using a cattle prod underwater shock the person wielding it? These 'scientists', whatta bunch of maroons


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Peakpasha - over 1 year ago

"There are monkeys in this movie."
"Indeed!"
That always cracks me up.


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Super McWonderfull - over 1 year ago

The best rip on Planet Of The Apes from the mst3k crew is in this episode, super funny. but then again it always is...


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Bit of a letdown to come into Bill Corbett's puppeteering here after Trace's. But, practice practice practice!


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Scooter Atreides - over 1 year ago

FUN FACT: Director Jack Arnold ALSO helmed the infamous "Chicken of Tomorrow" short featured on Season Seven's "The Brute Man".


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John Harms - over 1 year ago

Wait a minute... they are going to condition the creature with a bull prod... UNDERWATER?!?!


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Frankly, it's one of the better movies they've ever watched.


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Big McLargehuge - almost 2 years ago

Man, I always avoided this episode until now since I have a--*ahem*--small, yet, crippling fear of sea life, but I'm glad I managed to cower through it. Finally I get some Pearl backstory!


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Robert Ferguson - almost 2 years ago

Those rats KNOW there is a KILLER in the cage with them, LOOK at them! They KNOW, it's ONLY a matter of TIME. Cat's kill for sport, ..... because they can ;) That feline is just WAITING for the lights to go out. Freeze it @ 22:36 you'll see what I mean. That's like having Charles Manson as a roomate


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Robert Ferguson - almost 2 years ago

Now the "PUNK" reference makes sense..... That's Clint "Harry Callahan" Eastwood


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Alex Stefanic - over 2 years ago

The second coming of MST3K! I personally think the Sci-Fi seasons were the strongest.


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NS - over 2 years ago

So begins The Season Where The Theme Song Rarely Makes Sense. Pearl doesn't show up until the end of this episode, won't start hunting anyone across the universe for three more episodes, and she and her cronies are ensconced on one planet or another for most of the rest of the season.

Still, I never get tired of the idea of using an old VW bus as a rocket ship.


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RoyalSapien - over 2 years ago

Swim fashions by American Apparel