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809 - I Was a Teenage Werewolf



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The humanity - 27 days ago

The writing and riffing for the films gets so much better with Mike and crew, but I still find myself skipping the Pearl segments at the beginning because they just aren't funny.


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B RYE the MST3K Guy - about 1 month ago

hey Frank "Lighting fires & masturbated""you my dog told me something fascinated today the blood of my victims will cleanse the Earth" ......beware of Frank


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Even in his last moments, he's still getting milk everywhere.


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Rock Harris - 4 months ago

And what did we learn today, kids?

That's right: Don't get a mental illness and go see a psychiatrist. Because then they'll turn you into a hideous monster and you will be shot down like a dog in the streets.

This movie has been brought to you by the Church of Scientology.


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Gal Dagon - 4 months ago

Er, Servo's description in the opening sketch fits every single officer I've had to serve under.


Regarding Scopolamine...
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Believe it or not, the film's pseudoscience isn't as far out there as you'd think. Although Mike and the Bots joke about scopolamine being a made up chemical, it actually exists. In reality, scopolamine is the platonic ideal (as in the perfect embodiment) of a date-rape drug. Scopolamine renders its victims into a highly suggestive state (without apparent detriment to their mental or physical faculties) for a period of hours, after which the victim's memory of the experience is completely wiped. It is the stuff of nightmares.

But to the point: although the doctor's experiment is ridiculous at nearly every level, the use of scopolamine to place our asshole protagonist into a hypnotic state is probably the part most grounded in sense.


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Garrett Dryden - 7 months ago

by far my favorite episode, best part is the build up not only by the crew,but the movie it self to the great milk throw in the kitchen. i think michael landon turns in his grave everytime this is watched


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Stephen A Nathe - 7 months ago

1950s era white people shouldn't dance, sing, be werewolves, or be allowed to make crappy ass movies


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Stephen A Nathe - 7 months ago

older people complain about modern slang---i'm gonna complain back! with this movie, and all those ones in earlier seasons from the 50s/60s....what the HELL does half of that mean!?


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Stephen A Nathe - 7 months ago

i love all of these 8th season eps, but i get SOOOOO tired of monochrome...!


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Whit Bissel's goal in this movie is eerily similar to the goals of William Hurt's character in Altered States.

One essential difference, though, is that Hurt's motivations seemed to make some sort of sense. The doctor in this movie makes it clear that he's motivated by a desire for fame and notoriety. Meaning... what? That he's planning on publishing a paper detailing his findings from that time when he experimented on an unwilling human test-subject, resulting in the deaths of three innocent teenagers? I don't think the standard mad scientist formula worked here.

"They said I was mad! But we'll see who's mad when I'm done killing indiscriminately!"


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Aaron Jeoffrey - 9 months ago

Laugh here if your boss beefs at you.


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Brian E. Smith - 9 months ago

Still not sure why Mike pays up when Tom cries... it was longer than 30 seconds.

Mike, get your money back!!


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Disappointed they didn't do a Danger! Will Robinson!...Riff(unless i missed it?)


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interesting facts about Scopolamine{yes it's a real drug}...it's either a motion sickness medicine or, sadly, a powerful date rape drug in South America...


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Proximity Detector from Daymark...LWOL!


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Clyde Rysdale - 11 months ago

Was doing some light reading with this one on in the background. Heard the music and thought to myself hey The Clash. What seemed instantaneous to me, Tom belts out 'London Calling'. This was promptly followed by a well deserved gut laugh.


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Punch Rockgroin - about 1 year ago

There are so few laughs logged for this one, but there are some hidden gems here. I thought I was going to pee my pants with the world's most unflattering leotard line.


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Joseph Ewing - about 1 year ago

The most satisfying moment in movie history is when Michael Landon punches the wanna-be beatnik who thinks he's hip despite being a mid-western high school student in the fifties.


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Mike Carmona - about 1 year ago

At least this werewolf actually LOOKED like one (at least the movie monster version), as opposed to the manbearpig-bat thing in the god-awful Joe Estevez adaptation.


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Kim Spence Dean - about 1 year ago

The father from "Lost in Space" is in this episode! I always had a bit of a crush on him. . .


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Jerome Montgomery II - about 1 year ago

Teen Wolf 50s style


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Frederick Jacob Luebker - over 1 year ago

I hate counting crows. Thank you Mike.


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John D'oh - over 1 year ago

Love the 'Alien' and 'Aliens' subplot


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Jeremiah Boeninger - over 1 year ago

That Doom door sound effect.


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Kimono Dragon - over 1 year ago

Is this the only episode without a Wizard of Oz reference? This may be the one (and only) without "How 'bout a little fire, Scarecrow", or, "Poppies!" Don't get me wrong, I love Wizard of Oz. Just noticed this had no such riffs.


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Vince Giangiacomo - over 1 year ago

After watching this you don't pepper in God's lo mein


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Kiri T. Unicorn - over 1 year ago

0:45:33- Hey, Tom's arms work!

...Insufficiently to control a fully-automatic machine pistol.


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

Disrespectful, sociopath, milk throwing bully gets some harmful injections and is then cut down in a hail of gunfire…yeah, ok, I’m good with that.


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NS - over 1 year ago

I just found out that this movie originally played as a double bill with Invasion Of the Saucer Men, which was later re-made by Larry Buchanan as (dun-dun-DUNNN) Attack Of the The Eye Creatures.


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Okay, this is at least the third episode with a newspaper with and article reading Building Code Under Fire. Does all of Hollywood subscribe to the same fake newspaper?


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Edmund Wolfe - over 1 year ago

What? This one's still gone? Man, I'm not actually going to do anything about it but I will sit here in my little comment box and whine about it being missing!


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Scooter Atreides - almost 2 years ago

Hey! That's the same depressing single dad from High School Big Shot!


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My mom apparently saw this movie when it first came out. She's a big Michael Landon fan.


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Alex Stefanic - over 2 years ago

So when did Hollywood decide that werewolves should look like actual wolves instead of monkey/pig things?


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Elliott Lindamood - over 2 years ago

you know some of these movies are so bad i can't watch them without the riffs. this however is actually quite cool. so cool in fact it was so cool the cramps wrote a song about it