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Wow, sudden downer ending, and all because the girl kinda acted rather, well, silly.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen; children of all ages----this is Petey's debut (as well as Coleman's), albeit they hadn't started calling him by name yet. Francis, interestingly, lays out in this stunning first effort all his future themes: look for shooting from planes, greasy, ill-lit interiors, coffee real and implied, and pixie-cut women meeting violent ends.
it doesn't have enough plot to be a movie movie and it doesn't have enough information to be a training film. what is it?
"Anybody else care for one?"
"I could use some coffee."
"Irish or Spanish?"
I think Servo read his line wrong when he said '...personally, I would have worn sling backs with those shoes'. Slingbacks are a style of shoe, and Joel seems to notice the mistake. I am impressed with the insight the boys have on women's apparel though...makes me wonder who advised them on such matters?
I realize I'm in the minority here, but I like this episode. The riffs make it so worth it. Yes, this movie is bad in so many ways, but aren't ALL of the movies they riff bad in many ways?! Hooray for this episode!
Forgot if I ever asked this anywhere else on the sight, but what IS it with all the renfest jabs that are written into MST3K? I know the jokes tend to get spread around but it seems like every time they head for a fantasy 'epic' around here it's out with the renfest jabs. The Mad's experiment here and the one commercial skit in Mike's era really hammer it home that maybe Joel, Mike and the rest of the crew were not very happy fans of those events...
Did it annoy anyone else that the trio of 'moons' never varied in their spatial/orbital relationship to each other when shown? The implications defy physics.....
Hey, what gives? The opening credits of this movie are really the opening credits for Galaxy Invader. Didn't anyone else notice this?
My big question is: what the hell happens to the Camaro? Is it just trans-substantiated into some kind of weird stasis in a third alternate dimension? You never see it after Cabot and his fat geek buddy "warp out" and end up on Gor. The story doesn't even deal with it; it just disappears. Lucky for the audience, I guess; otherwise they'd have been abused with a boring-assed twenty-minute comic-relief scene where the band of desert marauders tries to make sense out of this weird chariot lying in the desert all busted up.
This seems like a pretty blatant rip-off of the "Of Mars" franchise.
Is this movie ACTUALLY the last time Crow uses the 'By this time, my lungs were aching for air!' pun? Or is that ignored for later series episodes?
HA HA HA HA HA! Your costume is ridiculous!
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