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207 - Wild Rebels



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When everyone's sharing the same "chick" you may as well skip the middleman and just swap saliva with each other.


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UD - 3 months ago

Jeez ANYONE can play the blues: how about some Paganini?


Some useless trivia
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Bill Cooling - 5 months ago

The actor who played the biker, Fatz (I think that's the fat one), was Jeff Gillen, whose career peak was playing the creepy mall Santa in "A Christmas Story". Ho...ho...hooo.


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Daniel Rocha - 8 months ago

It was cool to hear what Gypsy sounds like when all her CPU time is devoted to her personality.


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scrodsword - 8 months ago

Jeter = cuck


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FellaWhite - 8 months ago

I just realized that the robots are "singing" at the point in the theme song where it goes "to make his robot friends"


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Phil Ray - 10 months ago

Servo's head is back!!!! .... The long rectangular head was not a good look.


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Such as Seals - about 1 year ago

Moh-g, not Moo-g.


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Such as Seals - about 1 year ago

At 30:25:

Who do you think wears that adorable Hawaiian shirt + straw hat combo that's on the wall there?


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John P. - about 1 year ago

Really liked the riff, "It’s an average day out here on the A1A, going up the coast to Cocoa Beach." I retired from the Post Office there after 38 years.


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The band looks a lot like the Monkees. It isn't them, but it looks like they could've been picked to resemble them.


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No stinger? I vote 56:46. (Banjo slaps the table. "That square bugs me. He really BUGS ME!") Best delivery in the movie.

Though it's hard to top Gypsy's last line. Out of the blue for her, but so obvious in retrospect. Comedy perfection.

(Besides, that upside-down carseat is a better actress than anyone in the film. Could Jeter have been any more wooden?)


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13:38 Trace does a passable Don Adams. :)


Kickstarter Multi-Tasking
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ssgtsquared - over 1 year ago

Anyone else keeping an eye on the Kickstarter comments section while watching?


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Zeitgeist Meister - over 1 year ago

The lighthouse is where Keeba lives. Hi Keeba!


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Teri Gee - over 1 year ago

I have to say that I think the shots of people running up and down the lighthouse stairs are really quite cool-looking. I get the feeling the director felt the same way. There are a lot of them. :)


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Snuffy Wuffykiss - over 1 year ago

So everyone in this whole movie just plain sucks. The cops, the bikers, the main guy... Everyone!


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Fuscia Qstudios - over 1 year ago

I don't know about you, but when Joel serenaded Gypsy, I fell in love too


I like what I know
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Fuscia Qstudios - over 1 year ago

This episode is a perfect storm of bad movie and comedic timing!


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Last of the Wild Ponies - almost 2 years ago

I could've sworn Joel was going to sing "I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)" during the 3rd host segment.


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Last of the Wild Ponies - almost 2 years ago

The biker guy with the aviators reminds me of Michael Palin in this here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRm5WcjOikQ


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Last of the Wild Ponies - almost 2 years ago

Crow: "It's like an ipecac."
Joel: "Like that Genesis album?"
You mean Calling All Stations?


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Last of the Wild Ponies - almost 2 years ago

What exactly was Crow trying to censor at 6:56?


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Thomas J. Hikeeba! - almost 2 years ago

Found another link. Catch it while it's still up!


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Thomas J. Hikeeba! - about 2 years ago

YouTube video is gone, and Metacafe never seems to work for me.


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I like to think that this movie was the direct inspiration for Point Break.


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Matthew Boyle - about 2 years ago

Are they nazis or do they just not understand what a swastika means and think it's just another symbol of evil?


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Dave - about 2 years ago

Only ninety-eight laughs? Click the yellow face on this one. For kicks, man.


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Aquabreeze - about 2 years ago

7:05- Oh my god, it's the ending to Riding with Death!


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Rosebud - over 2 years ago

Was Joel drunk in the opening sequence?


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James GreyWolf - over 2 years ago

Link 3 is Robot Monster.


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James GreyWolf - over 2 years ago

Fats running up the stairs in the lighthouse is just about any Terry Gilliam animation involving stairs. Pantpantpantpantpant........ pantpantpantpantpant....... pantpantpantpantpantpantpantpantpantpant..... pantpantpantpant....


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damabon - over 2 years ago

My favorite part is when Banjo died. Man I know it's just a horrible movie, but that guy was really annoying.


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Matthew J Harris - over 2 years ago

Why the HELL does every link I try to post end up going to Robot friggin' Monster? What god damn sense does that make? STOP IT

https://vimeo.com/105228382


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Doug Downey - almost 3 years ago

One of the first episodes I ever saw back in 91 or 92. Love all of Season 2. I think the line that hooked me was the exterior shot of the gun store with the old cannons out front. Crow says, "They must be going to the turd museum".


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Eileen Fay - almost 3 years ago

Pretty crummy of Rod not to tell the cops as they arrested Linda that she saved his life by killing her boyfriend! That should have gotten her some sort of break on her sentence.


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Sarah Lynch - almost 3 years ago

This is one of my favorite episodes and one of the first I remember watching that MSTified me!! I did it for the kicks man!


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Malachi le nomade - about 3 years ago

Forrester and Frank. Two of my favorite characters ever to grace a TV screen. "You may wonder why we're dressed this way." "I wonder.." "Shut up.."


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John Smith - about 3 years ago

@94:47 Hat party!


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Cy O'Nara - about 3 years ago

I thought I'd seen poor cinema before with Joel, Mike and the bots, but this one was really, really bad. (HOW BAD WAS IT?) This one was so bad that I swear it did deep organ tissue and psychological damage just with a stream of photons and sounds waves. I hope there's treatment for PCSD...post cinematic stress disorder.


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Dan Harris - over 3 years ago

This is it! The episode with the incompetent police road block! 80 minutes in.


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Internet's Andy - over 3 years ago

Gypsy's in it for the kicks!


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Mark Peter Baron - over 3 years ago

"Their love can be dry cleaned!"


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happyking - over 3 years ago

Around 64:30 the guy who I think is banjo says "There's vein in my blood." They just didn't care. Then right after that, the other guy says, "Kill him. He's a loser baby." Too bad Beck hadn't written "Loser" yet.


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Realistic Action Batch - over 3 years ago

Wow. It turns out Fats was also Santa in A Christmas Story. I love imdb.


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Crypto Dentist - over 3 years ago

This is a vastly underrated episode; Joel and the bots are on a hot streak all the way through the first sketch!


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Richard Deakin - over 3 years ago

I watch ClubMST3K for the kicks baby! Love all the Nazi reference garb and the fact that a 60's race car driver was stuck at the end driving a lamo station wagon was priceless lol.


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Petey Greene - over 3 years ago

"Crotch-cam"


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Tom Martin - over 3 years ago

...crunchy, fruity rebels.....


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Teri Gee - over 3 years ago

I love how intellectual the host segments are sometimes. For example, "Everyone thought Joseph Campbell was tough but that was just a myth!"


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Morgan Zindzi T - almost 4 years ago

That song for Gypsy almost made me tear up it was so absurdly cute. It was totally worth the pain of watching this hangnail of a movie


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Michael Delving - almost 4 years ago

"Check out the Ray Kroc (McDonald's) Death Mask up there!"


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Michael Delving - almost 4 years ago

"Hey- They're going to the world's largest turd museum!"


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Elisa Farrington - almost 4 years ago

Ram Chips -Good thing: I agree with Servo, I like Rod's song, 'I Love What I Know About You'. Bad thing: Gypsy lost her eyelashes! Also, Fats is supposed to be an expert surfer who took a fall? That guy never surfed a day in his life...I guess it's possible but man, that's as bad as casting Creepy Guy as Charlie in Catalina Caper....


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Elisa Farrington - almost 4 years ago

Here comes the fuzz, here comes the fuzz!' Took me a couple of seconds to place that one with Flip Wilson's 'Here come da judge' catch phrase which he apparently got off a guy named Pigmeat. Sammy Davis Jr. did a good rendition of it on Laugh-In once...


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Austin Strong - almost 4 years ago

"Joel, that's a trash can lid." Cracks me up every time.


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00:60:40 - Tom is feeling all snuggly! D'awww!!


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Fredrick Stafford - about 4 years ago

Well, I didn’t have anything better to do. I couldn’t keep a stock car rubber side down and then in a fit of pique I let my “friends” steal all my equipment for pennies on the dollar; so going undercover with homicidal bikers having no training and for no pay seemed like a great move. Sure, my bungling most likely caused many unnecessary deaths and I did get a crippling gunshot wound that probably cost me the one joy I had in life, playing the guitar; but hey I did get to make out with the clubhouse skank and walk on the beach with a late middle aged man. Kicks baby!


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Desiree Ashcraft - over 4 years ago

I totally thought the guy singing sounded like BJ Thomas, too!!!!


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Tom Servo's puns - over 4 years ago

This episode is underrated!


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Stereo Catz - over 4 years ago

"I can hardly read this." Try it at 240.


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Kimono Dragon - over 4 years ago

I gotta move to this place. None of the gang leaders in my city have the vocabulary of a Post-Graduate Literature Professor. My street-violence experience isn't all it could be!


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Gal Dagon - over 4 years ago

The police are thick in this area, too.


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Kelly Slane - over 4 years ago

Is it just me or does anyone else want some Wild Rebels cereal after that "commercial"?


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Robert Ferguson - almost 5 years ago

I like @ about 55:00 min or so, when Crow is checkin out the chicks caboose. ( Hinder, Can, Junk in the Trunk, Back - side, Butt - toxs, Jelly Roll, and THE list goes on )


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Dana Huse - almost 5 years ago

Get with it, you guys, it's about the kicks!


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Puma Man - almost 5 years ago

Where's the stinger?


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Kimono Dragon - almost 5 years ago

This flick really cooks, man. A bunch of gone cats, daddio! (Bad enough that I had to grow up during disco. But thankfully, I missed this generation.)


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NS - about 5 years ago

A goatee, Joel? Really?


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NS - about 5 years ago

"That noise" is a non-lexical vocative with a glottal stop.