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820 - Space Mutiny



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544 laughs

Comments (168) Best Riffs (364)

1:14:02 - Is he all right?
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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

Best moment of the film besides the end. Goodnight all.


Promise I'll Shut Up Now
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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

On a final note... the whole sequence with the Bots flying around in space and crashing into the SOL is proly my favorite part of this episode. It's such a great mockery of how crappy this movie is at the same time that it's making fun of the fact they used the Battlestar Galactica ships. MST3K genius. It's no wonder this is the current most-laughed episode. :)


As Kurtz Would Say...
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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

I don't know if I can finish this movie... The hair... THE HAIR!! D:


Dance Scene
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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

Well, the 80's were right about *something* futuristic... freakish-looking leggings and insta-camtoe-crotchy-pants unfortunately made a comeback in the new millennium.


o__O
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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

Umm... Is it me, or is Santa Clause's (that big general guy's) daughter Ray Romano's mother in "Everybody Loves Raymond"???


Did Groening See This?
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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

0:25:10 - Zapp Brannigan appears! With theme music and everything!


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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

0:19:23 - Hah! I like that (despite his obvious distaste for the film) Mike seems to sympathize with the villain about feeling a 'real world' beneath his feet in this shadow gag.


Extra Riff
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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

0:08:51 - Even the opening credits are lagging, guess this movie *is* that technologically challenged.


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Tyler Jones - 3 days ago

This comment doesn't particularly pertain to this episode, but I just gotta say... The Pearl Forrester Era of this show was never my favorite; mostly cause the earlier Crow T. (as in "Trace") Robot was my favorite character in MST. That said, I definitely like the episodes where she's chasing them in that crazy rocket-van more than the ones where she's in the castle. I guess their torture sketch is what made me think of that.


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Noah Nelson Nearth - 18 days ago

In the intro, Crow's reading glasses are HOELARRYUSS!!! He looks kinds sexy being that blind... =^0


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Sooo... is MacPherson trying to channel Edward James Olmos's Gaff, or....


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Nancy Youngbauer - about 1 month ago

What the HELL are they wearing. Honestly.


Special effects by Industrial Light and Morons
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Alex C. - about 1 month ago

...Ladies and gentlemen, my interpretation of the lawsuit between 20th Century Fox and Battlestar Galactica (which Space Mutiny took its space scenes from):
"Your honor, the space combat scenes from 1978's Battlestar Galactica are clearly lifted from the 1977 movie Star Wars."
"Yeah, but Star Wars had several plot devices that, in certain lights, have been used in other movies."
"Okay, case dismissed!"
(True story.)


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Jeremy Allegretta - about 1 month ago

1:06:40, when McPhearson is discovered to be a traitor they state he knows all the codes and countermeasure but few scenes earlier they kidnapped Lea for the countermeasures lol.


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Enmity Ones - about 1 month ago

I have watched and own every episode of this show .. one of the best !


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TANKK 3000 - about 1 month ago

THICK MCLARGEHUGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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B RYE the MST3K Guy - about 1 month ago

she's got an' armadillo down her trousers - captain i think its nice of you to give that dead lady another chance ~ crow t robot


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The humanity - about 1 month ago

The zinger is my favorite, and I think of it often: the hero charging the vehicle, a battle cry, then.... stop battle cry and somewhat casually jump from vehicle.


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Bender Rodriguez - about 1 month ago

This movie is seminal MST3K material, but the host segment is so bizarre I can only wonder what first time viewers can make of it.


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Am I the only one that noticed that the space ship fight scenes are exactly the same as the ones from Battlestar Galactica? I mean the exact ships and all!!!


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Snow - 2 months ago

The horror that is this movie....oh. mah. gawd. I'm a pretty new MSTie, and I've never seen this before tonight. Without a doubt one of the best episodes ever. Those little bazookas? The re-appearing dead chick? The snark level? This is as good or better then Manos, but Gamera is still my favorite :-)


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Thomas J. Hikeeba! - 2 months ago

Note how at 21:18, on the left, somebody accidentally pushes an office chair into the scenery flat, causing it visibly wobble. Three editors missed that?


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bytor - 3 months ago

500th laugh is mine!


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Mason Hilliard - 3 months ago

THE WORST ACTING


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MST<3KrackAddict - 3 months ago

Holy shit! I almost spit out a huge mouthful of food when Crow said "IM INSANE!"


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Stephen A Nathe - 3 months ago

9 MORE LAUGHS!!!


Crow transforms
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Rosebud - 3 months ago

51:30: Crow Transmogrifies!


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Red Zone Cuba - 4 months ago

What's with the SS runes (circa 18:40)? Couldn't Winters have thought up something less loaded?


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stephen g - 4 months ago

I hate to admit it, but I thot Reb Brown was the woman- what is Reb short for anyway (if not Rebeccca)


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Stephen A Nathe - 4 months ago

i wonder how long this'll take to hit 500 laughs??


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Katie Green - 4 months ago

I looked this movie up on imdb and discovered that Big McLargeHuge and Doctor Lady are married in real life! They’ve been married for over 30 years. haha


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Barffly - 4 months ago

It was so nice of them to give that dead girl her job back.


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Zoe McDermott-Adler - 4 months ago

I know this is based on a video game, but it seems like a really horrible TNG ripoff. The frizzy-haired lady who dies and then comes back looks like a poor man's Deanna Troi.

Also; "set phasers to miss".


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Teri Gee - 4 months ago

Did the space pirates at around 53:00 call themselves the Alpaca fleet? So...they took llamas into space?


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Kyle Butler - 5 months ago

my absolute favorite part of this episode at around 1:19:25. i just loop it a few times and hurt myself laughing. i mean what the HELL was the point of that scream before lazily rolling out of the golf cart thing in a geriatric manner?


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Tamara Szafranski - 5 months ago

The "she's my grandma-daughter" line gets me every time...


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Marcus Hardy - 5 months ago

da da da da Lame, bum bum, bum bum


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Erik Huntsinger - 6 months ago

According to Wikipedia, this move was produced in South Africa, and yet, not one black person, or any other race than white for that matter. Maybe it was the director's commentary that they will have segregated colony ships in the future. I can't imagine any other reason.


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Tommy Hahn - 6 months ago

Perhaps it's just us, but being close to Detroit, I find the segment where the poor guy is in FLAMAES and Calgon kicks him and says "Get outta my way idiot!". Reminds me of my morning commute! "CALGON.... TAKE ME AWAYYYYYYYYY"


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Ruth E Fabiano - 6 months ago

I know the Nerdist boys think the movie is a perfect episode, and its great. But THIS, to me, is the epitomy of all that makes MST3K what it is. Its hilarious.


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Marc Bady - 7 months ago

This is the single most epic MST3K. They didn't even half to riff for laughter to ensue on this one.


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Marcus Hardy - 7 months ago

can never get sick of this episode!!!! havent been on here a few weeks. need a good laff, SPACE MUTINY!!!!!!! DIRK HARDPECK!


April 10th Is International Space Mutiny Day!!
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Aileen Smithee - 7 months ago

Be there or be... uh, a really stupid, greasy-haired, lamp-jawed villain named after bath beads!! [puts up unnecessary railing] Thank you.


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ROME is burning!


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The humanity - 7 months ago

"It's nice of you to give that dead woman another chance."


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David May - 7 months ago

1:14:00 to 1:14:30 is my favorite part of this episode. The screams and the woo's are the funniest thing I think I've ever seen.


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John JK Harty - 7 months ago

Wait a minuet; this piece of crap has THREE editors (who were willing for their names to appear on the credits) and they all let that scene with the girl who died appearing after her death get into the movie unaltered? Where they high?


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Rufus T. Firefly - 7 months ago

It's movies like this that make me glad that my only recollection of the '80s is a vague memory of being in the hospital at age 2 with the chicken-pox.


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Rufus T. Firefly - 7 months ago

The first time I watched this, I guess I wasn't paying enough attention during the opening credits of the movie so I completely missed the "His nickname is Tiny" riff. The next time I watched it, I heard that line and snorted so hard that milk shot out of my nose. Good times.


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Stephen A Nathe - 7 months ago

Kalgan is Diabolik!!!! WOW!!!


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Sean Barry - 7 months ago

Nobody click the laugh botton! Let's keep it at 420! :)


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Crepuscular - 7 months ago

Wait a minute, did they call those fighters at the beginning vipers? And those pirates look like Cylon raiders. I looked it up, apparently this movie uses ten minutes of footage from the 78 BSG. What the hell.


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David May - 7 months ago

This move is so silly even the boys can't keep from laughing at it. I've counted more giggles in the first 15 minutes than I've ever heard in an entire episode.


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Marcus Hardy - 7 months ago

"Stay together cheeks, stay together..."


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Thick McRunfast - 8 months ago

DON"T MEDICATE, MST3Kate. Depressed? Watch this episode of MST3K and see your worries melt away!!!! Seriously MSTies, do your friends and family a favor and show them this episode. Make the world a happier place.


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Stephen A Nathe - 9 months ago

370+ laughs and counting...lets get 400!!


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Marcus Hardy - 9 months ago

one of the best episodes and bad scifi movies ever!!!
DIRK HARDPECK!!!


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Stephen A Nathe - 9 months ago

one of the best god-awful nightmares ever riffed, the should "rifftrax live" this


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K.T. Robot - 10 months ago

Okay, is anyone out there aware of a reputable "Space Mutiny" rehab center?


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anthony tetley - 10 months ago

What was up with that poor girl and her hair around 15:32..ahhh yes the 80's and its bad perms.....


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K.T. Robot - 10 months ago

After 15 or so viewings, I found out that Blake the enforcer is Cameron Mitchell Jr., and Camille Mitchell, his sister, was the voice of Jennera the Bellerian.


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Ted Chase - 10 months ago

When will Ron Moore make a philosophical and morally complex update of 'Space Mutiny'?


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You know they keep making fun of Cisse Cameron's age in this but she was only 34 when this was made. Reb Brown was 40!


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Does Kalgan strike anyone else as a cross between Robert Patrick and Robert Englund?


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Mike Carmona - 10 months ago

1:30:00 I sometimes wonder if Mike and Bridget's first date started off like this.


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Charles White - 10 months ago

Hey... she's dead!


2 laughs

Love it at the end how the Movie drove Mike & The Bots to a physical altercation!


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Suzannah Burton - 11 months ago

It's SUCH a bad (if unintentionally hilarious) movie, but it's actually kind of impressive that Lea's hair takes the form of geometric shapes throughout the film; sometimes a triangle, sometimes a square...


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suzy lux - 11 months ago

*checks in just to watch the end credits clip*


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Teri Gee - 11 months ago

"Seducing a beautiful woman, not my forte. I can probably give you 15 to 20 seconds."
I love Mike's declaration about how he couldn't attract Flavia. :)


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - 11 months ago

If nothing else, we know why Rome burned. The Bobo did it.


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Elisa Farrington - 12 months ago

Help! Can someone think of a plausible reason for the instantaneous disappearance of Crow's wig @ 51:31? When Mike suddenly changes back from a robot in Prince of Space it sorta made sense but this one really bugs me. I need a wibbly-wobbly timey wimey explanation; no matter how ridiculous.


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Mason Purkiss - 12 months ago

Woo! An episode got 300 laughs! Looks like club-mst3k finally got a good lift in!


2 laughs

Jackie Bole - about 1 year ago

Uncle Mike, tell me a bedtime story.


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Is it bizarre that I actually kind of enjoyed Yor: Hunter from the Future?


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Andrew James - about 1 year ago

High-density de-atomizer escape system? Lol! I don't know which was more cheesy, the FX or the name.


1 laugh

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Michael Kanuckel - about 1 year ago

Ever notice that Kalgon looks like a thin Donald Pleasance with hair?


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Nate Elliott - about 1 year ago

My only regret for this episode is that it didn't happen earlier in the series, we had so little time left for "Space Mutiny" running gags and inside jokes; which may very well have riviled Manos: The hands of Fate!!!


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tsrman - about 1 year ago

"We now switch 'live' to Spencer's Gifts. Heeeyyyyy....Macarena."


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NS - about 1 year ago

Even after watching this episode over and over again in tiny chunks, it never stops being funny. You can find a transcript here and an explanation of nearly all of the references here.


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Crypto Dentist - about 1 year ago

Around minute 36 I just couldn't stop laughing... I love how Servo just chuckles from time to time at how dumb the movie is .


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Tim Malear - about 1 year ago

oOo
IT'S REB BROWN!
DAKOTAAAAAAAAAA!


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David - about 1 year ago

20 duplicated riff quotes in one episode. That's got to be some kind of a record. One possible mitigating issue is the difficulty in spelling mumu / moomoo / mu' muu'u.


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Alyssa Transitoria - about 1 year ago

I LOVE the special relationship between Calgon and his little Lobster Boy...is that guy his bodyguard? Stylist? Personal Trainer? Lifestyle coach?


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - about 1 year ago

For some reason, it just seems to me that this epi. has the best riffs and fire rapid shot, take no prisoners!


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Matthew McMillan - about 1 year ago

"Come on butt cheeks, stay together!"


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James Krummel - about 1 year ago

I can see why this episode has so many laughs. Just utterly hilarious. I love the moments where they don't riff and just laugh it up at the cheesy over-dramatic acting of the bad guys then just rapid fire riff when the hero's on screen. "Lump Beefbroth" was the best name in my opinion. Definite spewing material.


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Derek Norpchen - over 1 year ago

Oi...


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Mike Carmona - over 1 year ago

Immune to enemy fire... Wow, Trent Ripprod must have been trained under Prince of Space!


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Jerome Montgomery II - over 1 year ago

Battlestar and Star Wars stock footage.


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Matt Romo - over 1 year ago

This movie is so stupid but it still cracks me the hell up.


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Bronn K - over 1 year ago

Holy Crap, guys! I hate myself, but I JUST got the reference in the host segments. At one point, Flavia mentions the emperor's violin concert. And then, at the end of the episode, Bobo knocks over a candle, starting a big fire.

I feel shame as a history buff for not making that connection a long time ago.


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Anne Fleming - over 1 year ago

I've watched this movie dozens of times and just now noticed that when they are explaining about the southern sun, the crew is watching themselves (the ship) fly by on the tv.


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Bronn K - over 1 year ago

Okay ,there's ten people watching this episode right now. You've drawn me in. I don't think it deserves to be #1, but it is a very easy viewing experience.


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Briggs Gordon - over 1 year ago

Mike Downe, C.P.A., aka Kip Dynamite.


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Mike McCain - over 1 year ago

I hit the laugh button and it went down by three?!?!


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Desiree Ashcraft - over 1 year ago

As a potential meter reader, I am rather offended by the opening riffs of the movie....;)


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Rhys Patterson - over 1 year ago

This movie makes me miss growing up in the 80's. so many horrible but riffible movies appearing every night on cable, like magic mushrooms after a rain storm. But don't eat the hobgoblin flavored one or bungles the dumpster clown will eat your soul.


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Ruth E Fabiano - over 1 year ago

Okay this is a dumb point to think on, but okay so they have Macpherson, who "knows all their countermeasures"...so why were they "torturing" Leah for the countermeasures when they already knew them?


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

00:53:00 - The poor man's Lando Calrissian


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Aileen Smithee - over 1 year ago

00:41:25 - Mike's experience here should have a familiar ring to other people who've actually tried to get any reading done on the bus. Or maybe it's just me. :/


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Fancy Pantserton - over 1 year ago

...that is NOT a vehicle you can dramatical throw yourself out of at high speed...


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Fancy Pantserton - over 1 year ago

Heeheehee. I thought the combo gocart/floorbuffer death chase was a grand climax!


14 laughs

See, this is why there were no guardrails on the Deathstar. They all accidentally got shipped here.


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Daniel Lopez - over 1 year ago

One of the things i love about MST3k are the little details they sometimes put in their skits and such. This episode has one of my favorite dumb little jokes: they take the brain guy "scanning" sound effect and slow it way down while he's being dumb. Such a tiny thing, but it's great.


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Wade Biggs - over 1 year ago

Just noticed that the bad guy leading the mutiny has a bum leg and it just so happens this movie ripped scenes out of the old BattleStar Galactica. Well the new BSG has a mutineer that had a bum leg, Felix Gaeta. Coincidence? Ha ha.


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Phil Carstens - over 1 year ago

Oh man, this movie has the greatest climax ever. The cart chase just keeps getting more and more ridiculous.


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Gal Dagon - over 1 year ago

I think I get it. This movie tries so hard and has such good intentions, you can't fault it for failing. It's like an adorable child who didn't choose to be conceived by first cousins.


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Dakota Hyde - over 1 year ago

How did this guy not get sued by Lorne Greene? Then beaten by his own severed arms by Lorne Greene?


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Anyone else catch this? The Galactica*AHEM*....I-I mean the Southern Sun... was flying backwards when we first saw it?


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Gal Dagon - over 1 year ago

"So in the future there's absolutely no shame."

Let me just check my TV listings... Nope, you called it, Crow, none whatsoever.


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Fredrick Stafford - over 1 year ago

Ok, it was brutal, yet still not as many plot holes and lazy writing as Oceans Thirteen.


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Fuzzy Skinner - over 1 year ago

You know the ironic thing about this movie is, that in real life Chunk head and Shari Lewis there actually ended up getting married. Go figure.


3 laughs

spadesofthenorthstar@yahoo.com - almost 2 years ago

The doctor in the deep freeze lab is drinkin vitamin water xxx


3 laughs

Desiree Ashcraft - almost 2 years ago

Another Rick Astley reference!


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Desiree Ashcraft - almost 2 years ago

I do love the Ed Grimley references!


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Desiree Ashcraft - almost 2 years ago

OH MY GOSH!!!!!!! Those ARE the Battlestar Galactica ships! What a bunch of thieving punks!!!!


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Jonathan Otto - almost 2 years ago

This movie went through 3 editors? Where all the editors blind and deaf? How can a movie go through 3 editors and be this bad?


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1. Doesn't Deaver (Mr. Bleach Blond) look like Spike from the Buffy series? And 2. If they've lived on this ship for 13 generations, why don't they all have the same ACCENT!?


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Okay, if nobody else is going to make fun of the bad guy's name I guess it's up to me. Here goes. "Ancient Chinese secret eh?"


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Stephen - almost 2 years ago

Anyone else think there's something awkward about Mike's delivery of "Let's see what this lark can do." ?


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Fuzzy Skinner - almost 2 years ago

Sadly, Space Mutiny is probably the best movie Action International Pictures ever put out.


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Scooter Atreides - almost 2 years ago

Lemme see if I can wrap my head around this: This entire civilization has lived aboard the Southern Sun for thousands of years. This means their whole population couldn't be more than a few thousand people at most--perhaps ten thousand at the outside. In other words: About as many people as a small town. Furthermore, it's totally self-contained. There are no new citizens joining this civilization, or current citizens leaving it. You would think that by now, everyone would know everyone, and secrets would be all but impossible to keep. That's how it is in many real life small towns--even without this kind of utter isolation.
SO....How the HELL did the enforcers--essentially the police force of this society --turn evil, corrupt, and mutinous AND NO ONE NOTICED??? In a community so small and insular, you shouldn't be able to take a crap without everyone knowing what color it is! But SOMEHOW, this society's most trusted and potentially dangerous members were able to stage a goddamn COUP with almost total impunity


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Nicholas Brownlee - almost 2 years ago

Hey! His glasses get put back on after his death! 32:07-32:14


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Austin Strong - almost 2 years ago

This is probably my favorite movie about Santa Claus.


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MB - almost 2 years ago

It's been awhile since I've seen this episode; Just the dialog of the movie itself made me laugh till I had tears; the riffs are just icing on this cowcake of a movie!


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Bruce Box-Liker - almost 2 years ago

"Okay, guys, it's gut check time: how do we establish our hero?"

"I know! Let's introduce him to the audience by having him leave someone to his fiery death in order to save his own skin, calmly explain how this was the right thing to do, and then shout at a woman to that effect!"


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Danielle Bates - almost 2 years ago

poor Mike. Can't even seduce his own wife...


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Scooter Atreides - almost 2 years ago

Was this movie written by committee?

And did ANY of the members of this committee communicate with each other regarding what they were writing?

It's like a cinematic game of "telephone": As though the script was passed from writer to writer, each who wrote a scene based on their own vague interpretation of the preceding scene, with no regard for the story as a whole.


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Jeremy Burgess - almost 2 years ago

LOL i LOVE crows eyes when he is wearing his glasses. LOL!


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Kelly Slane - almost 2 years ago

I just noticed - so Cal-Gone! kidnaps the commander's mother to get counter measures, right? But he's best buds with McFearson or whatever who, according to the commander, "knows all our counter measures." SO WHAT WAS THE POINT OF KIDNAPPING THE GIRL?! Jeez movie.


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Wasn't he also in Howling II or was that a different Nazi ideal?


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Paul T. Kraly - about 2 years ago

Calgon: "Jansen, I have something to show you..."
*pulls Lea up*
Crow: "I've got your mother!"


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The escape pod dogfight is probably my favorite host segment. "I Love you Crow!"


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Page - about 2 years ago

The music reminds me of Mike's theme song, sung by Crow on the Volent Years episode...Mike Muh Muh Muh Mike Muh Muh Muh Mike Mike Mike.


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Stephen - about 2 years ago

Hey! 100 laughs for Space Mutiny! To commemorate the occasion, I invite everyone to make up their own original name for David Ryder (Blast Hardcheese)


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Holly McDaniel - about 2 years ago

http://mst3k.wikia.com/wiki/Space_Mutiny#The_Many_Names_of_Our_.22Hero.22
The Many Names of Our "Hero"
Slab Bulkhead,Fridge Largemeat,Punt Speedchunk,Butch Deadlift,Bold Bigflank,Splint Chesthair,Flint Ironstag,Bolt Vanderhuge,Thick McRunfast,Blast Hardcheese,Buff Drinklots,Crunch Slamchest,Fist Rockbone,Stump Beefknob,Smash Lampjaw,Punch Rockgroin,Buck Plankchest,Stump Junkman,Dirk Hardpec,Rip Steakface,Slate Slabrock,Crud Bonemeal,Brick Hardmeat,Rip Slagcheek,Punch Sideiron,Gristle McThornbody,Slate Fistcrunch,Buff Hardback,Bob Johnson (oh, wait...),Blast Thickneck,Crunch Buttsteak,Slab Squatthrust,Lump Beefbroth,Touch Rustrod,Beef Blastbody,Big McLargehuge,Smoke Manmuscle,Beat Punchmeat, Hack Blowfist, Roll Fizzlebeef


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Harvey Dent - about 2 years ago

Hey the muscle guy in this is Reb Brown. known for playing Captain America in that cheesy 80's version.


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Tom Israel - about 2 years ago

Amazingly Idiotic Productions!


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George Griffith - about 2 years ago

The actor who played Calgon also played Diabolik! I only just found out, after years of watching MST3k, when I recognized him in Barbarella & had to IMDb him.


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Jonathan Kirk Marden - about 2 years ago

When Calgon shot Lt. Lamont, and she was in the next scene alive, I only had one thought...Don't Time Lords/Time Ladies change their faces when they regenerate?


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GallariaIchiban - about 2 years ago

This is the first episode of MST3K I ever saw, back when I was a wee lass and the show aired early Saturday mornings on Sci-Fi.


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Stephen - about 2 years ago

Funny that, in the closing skit, Mike has to seduce his future wife.


3 laughs

Scott Law - about 2 years ago

'wall mounted keyboards, it must be....THE FUTURE!'
loving this episode :)


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Big McLargehuge - about 2 years ago

Usually you know your movie is bad if your leading muscle head is played by Dolph Lundgren or Brian Bosworth. What does it say if your movie is too crappy for them?


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Bob Rylott - over 2 years ago

My personal favourite episode. And I have no idea why. But whenever I think about it, it gives me a chuckle.


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Gal Dagon - over 2 years ago

I don't understand why this episode has so many laughs. The movie sucks, but not nearly as bad the real stinkburgers the show has covered. The skits are lackluster, and the riffs, well, the various hero names are funny, but there's nothing truly inspired.
But apparently this episode stands out for some reason.


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Alex Stefanic - over 2 years ago

Reb Brown (the slab of butt steak this film calls its star) played Captain America in a couple of made-for-TV movies back in the 70s.


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Aaron Tyrrell - over 2 years ago

The bad guys are wearing paint ball masks


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Aaron Tyrrell - over 2 years ago

why are there brick walls in space?


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Aaron Tyrrell - over 2 years ago

how does a laser probe?


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Jacob Jacob - over 2 years ago

This cast wins the award for "worst hair in a motion picture".


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Nick - over 2 years ago

Did Universal have a garage sale and sell everything from the original BSG to these guys?


6 laughs

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Desiree Ashcraft - over 2 years ago

Is it me, or does the McPherson guy look like a weird version of David Bowie?


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I've just seen this episode for the first time, and this is the first movie MST3K's ever presented where I was laughing out loud at it even when Nelson and the Bots weren't riffing. The ridiculous costumes, the obvious rip-offs of "Star Wars", "Battlestar Galactica" and the later "Star Trek" movies, the cheesy synth music track -- and those opening credits... ohhhhhh, those opening credits.

Seriously, man... is it just me, or did the quality of movie credit design actually seem to get briefly WORSE with each advance in cinema/video technology -- especially the late '70s/early '80s?


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Matthew Cousins - over 2 years ago

..are those not the fighters from battle star galactica 0.0


12 laughs

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Benji Hollister - over 2 years ago

Lt. Lamont is a very underrated hero. Not only does she have an incredible package but she can also re-spawn instantly.


6 laughs

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LostHighway - over 2 years ago

This episode gets props at TVTropes.org: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/RailingKill


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Andy Jones - over 2 years ago

Say what you like about Space Mutiny... And really, by all means say what you like... But it at least has something resembling a plot. Compare this to say... Starfighters. It gives Mike and the Bots an extra layer of something to chew on. And this is flat out a far better episode than Starfighters. It even has discernible characters too, rather than cardboard cut-outs. The characters in Starfighters aren't even cyphers. They're just two-ply. Less fuel to the fire.


4 laughs

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Kelly Slane - over 2 years ago

Love all the names for the "Hero" in this ep!!


7 laughs

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Ryan J. - over 2 years ago

I saw this episode for the first time a week ago, and I still haven't been able to get Blast Hardcheese's big scream out of my head. Seriously, I break down randomly all through the day just thinking about it.


12 laughs

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Taylor Arndt - over 2 years ago

they invented Wikipedia?


9 laughs

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Zuriel - over 2 years ago

Gotta love how the space scenes are stolen from the old Battlestar Galactica series from the late 70's.


10 laughs

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Ryan J. - over 2 years ago

You know a movie is bad when Mike and the Bots keep chuckling over and over *without* making jokes.


10 laughs

Neil Connery - over 2 years ago

Benedictine monks in the floor boards.


4 laughs

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RevJoan - over 2 years ago

This little tea cup scene at 22:15 is so Oliver Hardy!


3 laughs

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Crosby Ferguson - over 2 years ago

Man, I gotta get me one of those golf carts...


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Tillisauce - over 2 years ago

For some reason... I laugh out loud just Thinking about this episode.