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Hey, Pig Benton, check your wall real quick, man; I've posted you a message with the URL for that t-shirt.
Are there any other episode where they make fun of themselves, Like in terror of the year 5000 Mike says "we are gonna watch them watch a movie? What's that about?" any others?
What episodes that are widely considered fan favorites do you not particularly like? For the sake of defining "popular" on these forums, let's say any episode with 150 or more laughs. "Cave Dwellers", "Monster-Go-Go", and "Final Sacrifice" are the three I just don't care for-mostly because they're either very slow moving or have weak plots with almost no climatic scenes. The riffs just can't keep my interest in these movies.
sometimes I come on here and just pick the ep with the most viewers, because then I feel like I'm watching with a bunch friends. Which I guess I kind of am :)
What is the most underrated episode on here (least amount of laughs) that you absolutely love?
No riffs! LINES! Actual genuine film quotes!
Sure, it wasn't Shakespeare- except for when it was- but the dialogue from the shorts and films of MST3k experiments still had its moments.
Whether it's an exchange between characters, a quote reaching for profundity and falling woefully short, or a line so goofy in delivery or composition that it either stuck in your mind or the minds of the SOL Crew who turned it into a "callback" riff, let's hear your faves.
Here's one of mine, from the short "Money Talks":
Ben Franklin (to a teenage boy): "Yes- Do not let it ever become too rigid. If you do you'll become a prisoner to it."
How do I access the tinychat discussion?
Let's fire off a round for our favorite episodes that are no longer available. /taps plays
The Deadly Mantis. ::cannon fire:: (get back in your little boat, grandpa)
I bring you...
I'm noticing that some of the driving scenes early in the movie kind of remind me of the lengthy highway driving scenes in Manos. This may or may not be good.
I can't seem to get the drag'n'drop to work when trying to add/update my favorite episode rankings. Do I open the Watch Episodes page in a separate window and drag titles over, then drag'n'drop to set rankings?
I used to know how to set that up, but I know there's been some changes on the site...
Can anyone remember what episode this happened in? It was a Comedy Central-era Mike episode. It may have had a Valentine's Day or Romance-theme. It was during a host-segment. I remember they showed Mike's face framed by a Valentine's Day heart-shape, and they hinted that either he was in love with Gypsy, or Gypsy in love with him, or something like that. I can't remember the exact specifics. Does this ring a bell for anybody? Did I hallucinate this skit?
Hey fellow fans! I am downsizing and have decided to sell some MST3K items I've had for many years. I thought this would be an appropriate forum as we all appreciate how awesome this show was (and still is!). I have the following: 1) autographed box set Vol. 16 with Tom Servo figurine 2) autographed box set Vol. 19 with Gypsy figurine 3) 20th Anniversary Collector's edition tin box set with Crow T. Robot figurine (very hard to find these days) It's difficult to part with these guys, but I hope to find someone here who will appreciate them as much as I have. Each set is in great condition and I'd prefer to sell as a complete set rather than parsing them out. If you know anyone who might be interested, please have them contact me via FB or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I haven't been on the boards for a while. My life changed immensely this summer, and I will never be the same. I got involved with someone I was close to in high school, someone I had a huge aching crush on for the entire time. We reconnected 10 years after high school, and immediately were attached to each other.
Sometime in the early hours of Thursday morning, he passed away in his sleep on his couch. As of right now we don't know why, but no answer will make it any better. His best friend of 15 years who was living with him at the time was the o e that found him. As tragic as it is, he could help to take notice that he'd never looked more peaceful.
His life was difficult and hard, but he always smiled and was there to make sure you were smiling bigger. He brought so many people out of dark places, and touched so many lives. All of us closest to him have been reaching out to everyone we can think of to bring his friends together.
He was a fellow MSTie, though he wasn't a member of the forum. I'm glad i have many people to reach out to, including all of you here. I'm sorry this post is so OT, but I just need to reach out an let everyone I can know about the amazing light that filled my heart.
Put that thing back where it came from, or so so help me. SO HELP ME.
I was watching an old episode of Good Eats tonight, one about broccoli, and what do I see? Alton Brown talking about watching the Mystery Food Science Theater. Could this possibly be anything other than a reference to MST3K?
Jungle Goddess, The Painted Hills, The Screaming Skull, Squirm
I assume this is an announcement for the next box set. Not bad, I was hoping for "The Incredible Melting Man" though.
I assume this is an announcement for Volume 31 box set.
There's no "Killer Shrew" here, but it still looks like a pretty tasty assortment.
...brought to you by the Booze Council, which reminds you to keep plenty of alcoholic beverages on hand for all your social occasions, because Booze Really Satisfies.
B-double-O-Z-E! BOOZE! (hic)
So i had this idea that I have toyed with a long time in my head. Trying 2 bring it out 2 the light. This ON TOPIC & Off Topic: so we like 2 laugh, we love mst riffing & etc. Riff yourself.
I try 2 collect quotable quotes from people what they have said or have quoted me saying. Out of context? Funny 2 hilarious. I'll start ya off:
Okay, this is another post for those involved with the riff project.
Guys, I need you to head over to the NT project page when you can so we can decide on exactly what time on Sunday I should start up a tinychat for us to discuss the project and the NT riffs.
Lately I've been having a really hard time getting embedded videos from metacafe to play when I'm browsing on here and was wondering if that's a coding issue or what... because on some of them if you go to metacafe to view them then they work alright. Also youtube seems to have started this frankly obnoxious Recaptcha process because they don't get that A/V geeks who watch videos in marathons aren't the same thing as a spambot. /rant.
I hate the Robin Williams Popeye film. Its horridly bad. The musical numbers are horrible and repetetive, the characters are based off of sounds, so what does the film do? It gives the characters no extracurricular personalities. Heck, if the characters had no dialogue, Fran could play Olive Oil. It is extremely hard to sit through Popeye, and is one of the worst films I've seen.
There was some early sound trouble in the pre-show, but it was fixed in time for the main show. And WOW it was so much fun. I got major nostalgic warm fuzzies through the whole thing...And the Fathom Events ads included a plug for Rifftrax Godzilla, which was nice. Wikipedia has an entry on the whole show: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monty_Python_Live_%28Mostly%29
Things make sense when yer all liquored up.
Werewolf End Credits Song vs. The Actual Songs "is genius".
This is probably going to happen:
ok- watching season 3 now, really enjoyed "Cave Dwellers", its like an old friend, but "Stranded in Space", a tv-pilot starring the original "Z", was not pleasant. Who did they think this would appeal to? "Italians? Germans?", well anyway, "Time of the Apes" is a little better, but not much...more to come later...
Would anyone else here love to see a parody of Shark Tank in which the contestant entrepreneurs, with a totally straight face, present pitches and working prototypes of various Invention Exchange inventions for consideration by the panel of VCs?
What IE invention would you pitch on Shark Tank, just for the sheer cheap laffs? For me, it's a toss-up between the BGC-19 and the Mind-Control Guitar.
Flashback: Mystery Science Theater 3000 Battles Hercules