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808 - The She-Creature



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Cast Reunion
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Donald Petkus - about 2 hours ago

Marla English, Tom Conway, Lance Fuller, and the (modified) She-Creature costume appeared later in Voodoo Woman. This epic was nominated for worst movie of all time. Touch Connors was the hero. Highlight was scene where English shoots Fuller.


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The humanity - 11 days ago

I could do without the Pearl outtro. Just not as funny as Dr.Forrester and TV's Frank.


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The humanity - 11 days ago

Lance Fuller - aka "Brack" from "This Island Earth"?


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The humanity - 12 days ago

Ugh, the mumbling guys voice is grating


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Jane Sproul - 2 months ago

...I wasn't expecting much, but WORST COCKNEY EVER. Jesus.


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Jane Sproul - 2 months ago

So, this terrifying creature is a cavewoman? I mean, I'm sure those ladies could and would straight-up kill a fool, but they'd just die if you shot them.

...And of course, since it's actually some kind of monster, I have a more pressing question: why did we evolve into anything else?


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Stephen A Nathe - 2 months ago

"...Yes, I am Beer-Evelyn-Ping-You-Day!"


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Shaun Kunz - 4 months ago

Wow. Sweet mime act, Pearl.


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Filthy Repulsive Anteater - 5 months ago

Was there some kind of "creepy sleazebag performer" genre that I didn't know about? Because between this and Devil Doll there seems to have been some kind of audience these filmmakers thought they saw.


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Teri Gee - 9 months ago

The riffs on that whole last scene between the non actor (Lance? Ted? Whatever) and Andrea had me weeping with laughter. It's like they wanted to make sure everyone knew how ridiculous the story was just before it ended. Excellent.


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Brian Peter Vandenbroek - 10 months ago

Is it weird that I want a "Tickle Me Lombardi" doll?
Please tell me it isn't weird.


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Punch Rockgroin - 10 months ago

(0:53:12) Mike: "And I'm my own grandpa!"
Pre-Futurama self-grandfathering.


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Kenshin Chan - 11 months ago

At 1:09:15, when Mike is trying not to act, he's doing a horrible job of it. Good for him for not being able to not act. Haha


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Elisa Farrington - 11 months ago

@1:28:03 you can see the bobble head on the dash when they zoom in on Pearl. Who is it?


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Elisa Farrington - 11 months ago

"She used a little too much eye-lash glue." So many riffs based on visual interpretation of the characters' appearance in this one. I giggled all the way through it. But pot roast for breakfast?


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Steve Hayes - 12 months ago

"They killed Savage Pier!"


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Matt - about 1 year ago

Not really a riff (so its here) - love this part: "To infinity and - "SHH! Disney...lawsuit..." - and du uh some other places!"


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B RYE the MST3K Guy - about 1 year ago

just ordered the "No Acting" book from Amazon....hollyweird here i come


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Joseph Ewing - about 1 year ago

Hey, is the drunk guy who walks up at 37:13 the detective from Human Duplicators?


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Mike Carmona - about 1 year ago

This flick induces--SLEEEP!


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

Every male in this movie, without exception, comes across as a sleazy serial killer in the making.* Was that deliberate, Movie Makers? Was it not enough to make a movie that's essentially free advertising for necrophilia? No, you had to recruit all your "actors" from the back rows of adult movie theaters, too. [reaches through time and space and groin-punches all "creators" involved]

*Okay, not quite. King the Dog seems like a decent sort. If I saw him coming towards me on the street I probably wouldn't reach for the mace.


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starman 76 - over 1 year ago

if I could just throw up I'd feel better


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Michael S - over 1 year ago

Federal Witness Seduction Program? Where do I sign up!?


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Childe Harold - over 1 year ago

I'll be darned if that isn't Prince Charles


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Kept looking for a Building Code Under Fire in this one but didn't see it.
There was a nice New Petitions Against Tax in there though.


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Nothing is more terrifying than the fact that this movie got re-made.


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

This past Valentine’s Day, to save a little cash, instead of one of those pricey Vermont Teddy Bear’s I got my girlfriend a Tickle Me Carlo Lombardi Doll. Long story short, I’m available girls!


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Casey Gaither - over 1 year ago

I love it when Tom won't stop making fish puns at the beginning. I mean, I hate puns, but he's just enjoying himself so much. ^,,,^


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Edmund Wolfe - over 1 year ago

"I'm trapped in this force field..."
I didn't know Perl was a mime too... she truly IS evil!


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Robert Ferguson - almost 2 years ago

24:47, HOW on earth, does that guys' tie fly OFF ?
Yum - pin Yim - many Sven...


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Kimono Dragon - about 2 years ago

No plot, bad script, lame acting, and the best riffs. The epitome of MST3K! I showed this to a friend. It's like when Tim Busfield finally saw the ball players in Field of Dreams. He no longer thinks I'm crazy for loving MST3K.


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Kimono Dragon - about 2 years ago

No plot, bad script, lame acting, and the best riffs. The epitome of MST3K! I showed this to a friend. It's like when Tim Busfield finally saw the ball players in Field of Dreams. He no longer thinks I'm crazy for loving MST3K.


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Jason Edwards - about 2 years ago

"Well I can certainly see how ... SLEEEEEEEEEEEEEPP!"


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Jason Edwards - about 2 years ago

"Hey Steve, Mr Nelson wants a Number 7."

"Oh, yeah that should...hey, what's a Number 7?"

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Gal Dagon - about 2 years ago

The Nanites are the ultimate Deus Ex Machina.


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Reconst - about 2 years ago

When it said "Produced by Alex Gordon" against the backdrop of the ocean, I immediately thought of the Gordon's Fisherman. Is that bad?


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Y'know, now that I think of it, every sci-fi story I can think of with a Destroyer Of Worlds in it, the Destroyer Of Worlds is always this psychotic, evil, scheming genius. The host segment "story arc" here gives me an idea: how about a sci-fi story in which the Destroyer Of Worlds is this bumbling, mistake-prone, average bonehead astronaut who destroys worlds by accident, but ends up getting a reputation for being an evil, scheming, psychotic genius Destroyer Of Worlds, and it's discovered he's just a bumbling, mistake-prone bonehead astronaut -- and hilarity ensues.

Any properly-trained narrative writers out there...?


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David Crass - over 2 years ago

"Yeah, and I made him sticky so he's even more fun!"

Crow's delivery in the Tickle Me Carlo Lombardi skit is what really makes it.


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Alex Stefanic - over 2 years ago

Tickle Me Carlo Lombardi may be the creepiest thing in the history of ever.


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RevJJVQ - over 2 years ago

"Who's little diaper needs a good little change? It's Tickle Me Carlo Lombardi"


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NS - over 2 years ago

I watched this movie three times and I still have no idea what's going on.