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318 - Star Force: Fugitive Alien II



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Doc Thissen - 4 months ago

Was it just me, or did I hear TV's Frank say/sing "I love baby nuts" just before he pushed the button?


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NavySandman - 8 months ago

I gotta chuckle every time I hear "Rocky (again)"...


Watching this makes me think
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Bronn K - 10 months ago

The original was probably a pretty fun little sci-fi series. It makes me think of Battlestar Galactica. You can make out the individual episodes: This one starts with the crew on a mission where they venture too close to a black hole and then their engines shut down near a star. Then there's the episode where the crew finishes up their mission by infiltrating the enemy base and blowing up their superweapon.

It's hard to make out the last fifteen minutes though. Maybe that's one super-compressed episode, or maybe it's multiple episodes. Like, the "fake-mother" plot could be one episode, and then the return to Valnastar to take out the Star Wolves is a big climactic series-ender.


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Eat more pork porky - 10 months ago

Ok, here goes my synopsis of this stinker. Sandy Frank was drunk and quite possibly on Quaaludes for the first good 3/4 of the movie, then for the last half hour or 20 minutes he was on cocaine. It's the only thing that makes sense, unless he let his 13 year old nephew direct the last bit I just don't know.


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Eat more pork porky - 10 months ago

Does anyone else think the guard that guarding the souped up Tom servo look a little like a young Jacky Chan?


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Eat more pork porky - 10 months ago

My definition of a desert and the directors are worlds apart. Lizabeth I'm coming!


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"Sunny Side."
'Of the street?'
Was that a Pogues reference? I think that's a reference to the Pogues.


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Rosebud - over 1 year ago

55 minutes in...and nothing happened yet!


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Last of the Wild Ponies - over 1 year ago

I. Love. Baby ducks.


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Last of the Wild Ponies - over 1 year ago

27:13 "Yeah, you sleep. I'll drive 'til Cleveland."

YOU! SLEEP! 'TIL CLEVELAAAAND!


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Last of the Wild Ponies - over 1 year ago

5:35 "Joel, your movie this week is gonna be like biting down on a double-edged razor blade."

YOU WANNA KNOW HOW I GOT THESE SCARS?


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Snuffy Wuffykiss - over 1 year ago

All the fugitive alien songs and sandy frank hatred really come together here. A real work of riffing genius.


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Teri Gee - over 1 year ago

I never get tired of the Fugitive Alien medley. Never. I submit that it is one of the finest moments in the entire series.


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Jane Sproul - about 2 years ago

Okay, does anyone have the faintest idea what the hell is up with the helmet-wigs?


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Kiri T. Unicorn - about 2 years ago

Product not included in some boxes!


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John Sanders - over 2 years ago

Page has been updated to remove the broken video link.


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Vanir - over 2 years ago

This page seems to be broken, the YouTube link still works though.


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Crypto Dentist - over 2 years ago

Joel's finest performance.


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Nathan Siruta - over 2 years ago

did I just watch japanese star wars?


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Lewis Nitzberg STINKS! - over 2 years ago

Of all the dumb lines in all the dumb movies and all the silly riffs... this has got to be greatest line (not even a riff!)
"It won't be easy getting in!"
"How will we do it?"
"Easy! If we can[...]"


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Gregg Hammerquist - over 2 years ago

"Great the director chooses close-ups for the fight scenes."

Wow, how prophetic. That's how stupid action movies are now.


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Paika - over 2 years ago

"Shameless Sid and Marty Krofft ripoff."
Uh, DC Follies was produced by Sid and Marty Krofft.


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A Silhouette - over 2 years ago

I haven't seen a lot of these scenes!


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You can try to kill the link with a forklift but I've got a backup right HERE: http://thefile.me/c4qb29kx55wb


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Tyler Garrett - almost 3 years ago

"©MCMLXXXVI... He's the Scottish guy in charge of copyright hahahaha


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Roll Fizzle Beef - almost 3 years ago

After watching both Fugitive Alien movies back to back I'm thinking of buying a forklift.


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Warm Tumbler of Jagermeister - almost 3 years ago

I like how they found a Shaker chair just right for the ninja turtle in the crisis intervention bit.


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Just Johnny Baca - almost 3 years ago

Ken. That's a typical authentic Japanese name, or my name isn't Katsuro Johnson.


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Robert Brown - almost 3 years ago

I don't want to sound like I have an ego problem, and I'd hate for anyone's nose to get bent out of joint over my comment, but the invention exchange in this ep has to be the all-time goofiest. I love it!


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Gabriel Block - about 3 years ago

Wow. i never really noticed that Kevin has a beautiful singing voice


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Atom Manhattan - about 3 years ago

They triiiiiied to kill me with a forkliiiift...lmao


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Sean Barry - about 3 years ago

Ha! Joel must have got a new batch of sour diesel before this episode was shot. He looks especially.. sleepy. :)


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A Silhouette - about 3 years ago

I dont really understand the blue faced mans patriotism. He willingly shoots the backs of his country's soldiers in cold blood.. But he still stands and salutes as the country's anthem plays


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A Silhouette - about 3 years ago

This is my favorite mst3k episode and I think it is underrated


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K.T. Robot - over 3 years ago

Ole'------AGAIN?


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Jaguar Wong Abides - over 3 years ago

The defibrillator skit is one of my all-time favs!


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Andrea Mackey - over 3 years ago

this is a good one; I laughed so often and so hard that I annoyed each of my family members to move out of earshot! the escape in which they are leaving guys behind "where's Ken and Dan?" / That's a great question, let's talk about it ON THE WAY HOME" bit is bril!


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Mike Carmona - over 3 years ago

It still surprises me that THIS episode blew up Tom's head, when other heaping piles left him unscathed. I guess surviving the trauma made him that much stronger. Go Tom!


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - over 3 years ago

My favorite two riffs: 1.) Narrator talking about Valnastar (sp?) being 1000 LY away; "We know, we've seen it, taped it." 2.) "They could blow up the Universe-or worse!"


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Michael S - over 3 years ago

PLEASE KILL THE SHIP CREW WITH A FORKLIFT!


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Michael S - over 3 years ago

The black hole puts a new light on the condition of the mission?
WHO WROTE THIS CRAP?


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Austin Strong - over 3 years ago

The "dudes" who cowabungled the dubbing in this film are a bunch of cowabungholes.


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Cap'n Crusty - over 3 years ago

You can never have too many Pythonisms.


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Joseph Ewing - over 3 years ago

How can a show or "movie" screw up what had previously happened. "As punishment, Ken was set adrift in outer space." I don't think so.


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Charles White - over 3 years ago

I want Tammy! Perky Women are HOT.


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Elisa Farrington - over 3 years ago

Doesn't Tom Servo look suave in his bespoke tux?


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Elisa Farrington - over 3 years ago

"See, it's all working out. I wish your mother was here to see this." Only got the significance of this line after watching the film a second time, knowing that the 'Ken's mother' plot was coming up.


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Elisa Farrington - over 3 years ago

Can anyone understand the last line of Gypsy's song? ♪ ♫ Look can you see, flying so fancy free, (fighting?) for you and me, Captain Joe and the Gang. When they pass by, throw them a pumkin pie,...????


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Elisa Farrington - over 3 years ago

Is there a connection between Captain Joe as 'quite the drinking man' and the name of the ship the Bacchus III?


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Robert Brown - almost 4 years ago

I kept leaping to Tammy's defense when the guys would snag on her. Guess I'm a femme.

I enjoyed this one a bit more that FA I, especially the insane second half.

Say what you want about S. Frank, the editing of this movie demonstrates a contempt either for the source material, or the audience, or both: a contempt you can probably detect in all the Frank...product. This bunch of film footage makes no sense, has no point and goes nowhere. Frank and company doubtless assumed no one would notice or care, at least long enough for the checks to clear. I'd say the Sandy Frank song is well deserved.

Still, its better than all that Film Ventures Int'l dreck. Thong?


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Jerome Montgomery II - almost 4 years ago

Ken again?


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Joey - almost 4 years ago

I have no idea why but Trace's Rocky the Squirrel imitation is one of the best things about this episode.


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Cindy - about 4 years ago

The very best part was the gauges on the instrument panel. "Sunny Side" and "Other Side"!!!


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00:28:37 -- Aarrghh!!

[shakes fist at crummy computer speakers]

What in thunder is Tom singing here?! I swear it sounds like: ♩ "Sandy Frank... Sandy Frank... Eats a lot of poisoned shrimp..."


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Feyd Rautha - about 4 years ago

"Hey, my chick's dead! Heeey!"


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chris kaprys - about 4 years ago

aw man... i've seen dozens of mst3ks, but this particular film, with the dubbing etc., is so wonderfully viciously awful that it's actually really difficult to tell the regular dialogue from the riffing. you have to pay attention to the lads' riff voices to know where the dialogue is coming from... which says all it needs to say about the movie. .. wuh-how, wowee wow.


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Stereo Catz - over 4 years ago

So it seems they tried to squeeze one more episode worth of plot into the last fifteen minutes of this movie so they had to chop it to pieces to make it fit.


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Stereo Catz - over 4 years ago

Daily paralyzing anthem music seems like something of a tactical liability.


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Stereo Catz - over 4 years ago

Seeing as this is Japan, you know all those desert scenes are filmed on a beach somewhere.


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Stereo Catz - over 4 years ago

Whoa, Crow made a TekWars reference, I thought they got enough bad movies.


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Stereo Catz - over 4 years ago

They do realize that stuff moves in space, right?


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Stereo Catz - over 4 years ago

Puppets talking puppets, my mind is blown!


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glenn-s - over 4 years ago

In space no one can spell


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Kelly Slane - over 4 years ago

Oh and did anyone else totally watch Emergency 911? Cause I crack up with nostalgia every time Crow does the Shat impression :)


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Kelly Slane - over 4 years ago

I love all the dashboard readings in this... Tenperature, Sunny Side, Other Side... And the one from the first half, Air Presser or something similar...


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Russell Goodman - over 4 years ago

Now I can brown nose myself! Hahaha


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Puma Man - over 4 years ago

Is that an R2 unit next to Ken at the end?


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Olivia P - over 4 years ago

I always laugh at the "He triiiied to kill me with a forklift!" part of that song.

You know what? I actually liked this movie.


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Robert Ferguson - over 4 years ago

Gene Simmons !? *(WHERE THE F--- did this guy COME FROM !!!?)*
Should there not have been SOME padding between scenes ? I mean......


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Kimono Dragon - over 4 years ago

You guys are right about the forklift schtick. And Joel getting fed up with Crow for the "Rocky the Flying Squirrel" voice "AGAIN" after 20 times, made this compost heap of a movie worthwhile.


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Kimono Dragon - over 4 years ago

I enjoyed the "Your mouthwash ain't makin' it" reference from Dirty Harry.


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - almost 5 years ago

Okay, they're all dying of heat, right? And they're all wearing turtlenecks and vinyl suits and gloves, right? Why don't they TAKE THEM OFF?? I mean uh-duh!


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Sage Harpuia - almost 5 years ago

Raymond Luxury Yacht! (Pronounced "Throat Warbler Mangrove) Love the invention exchange from the mads.


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Were it not for the medley bit, this episode would have been really painful.


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - about 5 years ago

If it wasn't for the forklift song, I'm not sure I could've survived this one. Feeling... a bit.... ill.....


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Leslie Doesn't Get You - about 5 years ago

Oh God nooooo, there's a part 2 of this? Gamera, save me!


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Fenix - about 5 years ago

"...he tried to kill me with a fooorkliiift.."