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811 - Parts: The Clonus Horror



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Snuffy Wuffykiss - 3 months ago

I want to go to the Island.


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Jordan Carpenter - 5 months ago

So, um, how come everyone's totally in support of his plan to go back to the murderous, evil organ farm?


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Thomas Mersman - 6 months ago

33:44 !!!


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Todd Carroll - 7 months ago

So this is where Dick Cheney keeps getting his donors.


http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail110.html
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Last of the Wild Ponies - 10 months ago

40:33 They shoulda just waited until this came out.


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Last of the Wild Ponies - 10 months ago

I have just one thing to say: omnipplepit.


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Showdax - about 1 year ago

Probably good that Pearl isn't too keen on being anyone's "Mommy" considering she wasn't a very good one the first 2 times around! ;P RIP Dr. F!


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Rufus T. Firefly - about 1 year ago

As cheesy as this movie is, I have to admit that that one woman's lobotomized smile at the end is creepy as hell. (There's something about a person smiling with nothing going on behind the eyes that really makes my skin crawl--which I'd say is why clowns are basically the scariest things in the universe.)


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Tommy Hahn - about 1 year ago

Kinda disappointed Mike and the bots didn't comment on the microphone making a guest appearance at 1:03.07 but the "bang.... owe" gets me every time!
I think the nightly MST movie night is AWESOME! What a great idea! We'll be watching every night we can! Thanks guys!


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Melissa Bachmann - about 1 year ago

I generally like the host segments from the sci-fi era but the space kids ones are loathsome to me.


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Crypto Dentist - about 1 year ago

Joey, do you like gladiator movies?


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Canklefish - over 1 year ago

They went to the Biography riffing well a few too many times in this one. Seemed a bit lazy to handle all the Peter Graves' screen time that way . All in all a pretty good episode though, plenty of lol moments.


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Phil Carstens - over 1 year ago

Figures Michael Bay would rip off a movie this terrible.


Time Marches On!
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It just hit me while studying once again the sad, sad face of Our Cloned Hero: If this were being riffed today, the potential for Grumpy Cat jokes would be boundless!


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Bruce Box-Liker - almost 2 years ago

Serious question: What could the purpose of a "control clone" be?


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Phannon Salmer - almost 2 years ago

I love that, Jack Noble (the reporter who reunites Richard with his clone-daddy), is the Winter Warlock.
Also, I agree with the bots on the sexual tension between Richard the clone and Ricky the son. Did the filmmakers seriously not notice that?


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When do you leave?
For America? I don't know. We go when they tell us.
Yeah, that's what they tell us. Constantly.
Soooo... why did you ask?


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Pete Vogt - almost 2 years ago

"Are you mad at me clone daddy?" lmbo


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Atom Manhattan - almost 2 years ago

Sweet fancy Moses this flick was @#$%ing awful...but oooh man those riffs had me in stitches


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Stephen A Nathe - about 2 years ago

i prefer The Island(better cast)....but i DO love the Dr. Mario/Mario Bros riffs!!


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Why the hell is there so much sexual tension between Rick and the clone of his father?! Was that intentional? Every time they were on screen together, the first thought that went through my mind was that these guys clearly want to bang each other.


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suzy lux - about 2 years ago

they really liked that 'sure' bit.


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suzy lux - about 2 years ago

after reading the backstory to this film, I feel slightly defensive over it now. despite it being one of the funniest episodes I've seen yet so far ;)


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Ted Chase - about 2 years ago

At least this movie had an interesting idea - poorly executed, but that's happened to a lot of sci-fi.


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Elisa Farrington - over 2 years ago

Why did Richard think it was strange that the guy in the golf cart went around him? Would it have been normal for him to plow into the people walking? Sheesh.


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - over 2 years ago

Small question. In the opening song, they say Pearl wants to rule the earth. Small problem, earth has been destroyed!


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Matthew McMillan - over 2 years ago

Do you like paper?


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Brandon Cubas - over 2 years ago

11:38 Did they predict Dr. Mario??


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Mike Carmona - over 2 years ago

Every time I play a shooting game, I can't help but reenact the "Pew, Ow! Pew, Ow!" whenever a gun is fired.


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Charles Todd Helton Architect - over 2 years ago

One of my top 10 MST3K episodes. I pushed all my chips in when I saw Daarwood.


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What do they tell the clones about why NOT ONE person ever writes or visits? America is just that great, that everyone universally forgets all about their old friends instantly? And how do the guides fit in to the America narrative? If it's so great, why don't they go?


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - over 2 years ago

Kinda predictable, esp. the ending, but I gotta admit I liked it more than I thought I would!


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Joseph Ewing - over 2 years ago

The reporter who brought Richard into his house is the crazy Grandpa from Laserblast.


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Bees On Pie - over 2 years ago

Oh my god. Mike speaking Spanish in a tiny silver crop top. I think I had a dirty dream exactly like this once.


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Bruce Box-Liker - almost 3 years ago

Considering their lessons cover broad topics in about three minutes, you'd think they'd have covered more than ten by the time they turn thirty.


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RevJoan - almost 3 years ago

I sure don't appriciate the network logo on Crow's back-
...another reason I stay away from TV


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Frostyshark - almost 3 years ago

47:07 Is that a reference to 1984? It's been so long since I read the book.


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Mitchell - almost 3 years ago

The Island was based on THIS ! ? ! ? No wonder it was a 16 Mega-ton Fart Bomb at the box office!


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James Perez - almost 3 years ago

I would definitely watch a children's show that is anything like the one Crow and Servo made up.


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Classicats - about 3 years ago

Good thing for our hero that the establishment neglected to employ even the simplest of intruder/escape deterrents at their compound, such as oh, say, couple of rolls of barbed wire, or even maybe spring for electrified fencing. At least they had that "no trespassing" sign.


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Mitchell - about 3 years ago

Love This! One Of the best MST3ks ever!


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - about 3 years ago

Maybe I'm alone in this, but I feel sorry for these kids. They find out they're in this terrible place, and what's going to happen to them... I can't imagine experiencing that. I wind up getting sucked into the story and not enjoying the riffs as much as I should.


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Stereo Catz - about 3 years ago

Where's all the 'Mission Impossible' references? When The Film Crew did 'Killers from Space' they did one every other time Peter Graves was on screen.


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Bruce Box-Liker - over 3 years ago

At first it seemed strange that they would come up with these omnipotent "Space Children" after having given us largely the same thing with the Observers, but when I remember how many times the original Star Trek broached the same idea the redundancy suddenly feels like a shrewd bit of parody.


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Stereo Catz - over 3 years ago

I don't remember this movie but I do remember the space children.


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Big McLargehuge - over 3 years ago

One thing I'm still confused on: Why do the old people explode??


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Gal Dagon - over 3 years ago

-"That's incredible!"
-"Difficult to believe, more like."
Someone get this writer a dictionary.


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Gal Dagon - over 3 years ago

Peter Graves is the gift that keeps on giving.


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Childe Harold - over 3 years ago

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA oh, my goodness. The Spanish language segment with tight spangled outfits? DYING.


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Victoria Mayer - over 3 years ago

"Mike's mustache to world: I hate you and I'm cutting myself off from all human contact."


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Alex Stefanic - almost 4 years ago

I keep expecting Knight to ask his brother if he has ever seen a grown man naked.


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Em Parker - almost 4 years ago

You know, I could've gone my entire life without seeing Mike the Pasty Boy Wonder in a crop top. That one is gonna haunt me.


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Tillisauce - about 4 years ago

I KNEW I'd seen the Island before! It's only taken me 10yrs to figure that out....


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Stephen - about 4 years ago

Yes, the movie that got ripped off by "The Island"