History FanFicRecs / MysteryScienceTheater3000

31st Aug '16 6:08:47 PM nombretomado
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* Recommended by pretty much everyone, but @/FreezairForALimitedTime was the one who finally added it here (though you can find a link to it on the ''TheEyeOfArgon'' page, too).

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* Recommended by pretty much everyone, but @/FreezairForALimitedTime was the one who finally added it here (though you can find a link to it on the ''TheEyeOfArgon'' ''Literature/TheEyeOfArgon'' page, too).
18th Aug '16 2:01:28 PM Tre
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* A [=MSTing=] of the ComicBook/{{Chick Tract|s}} "Dark Dungeons," which is Jack Chick's condemnation of TabletopGames ("Dark Dungeons" is an FictionalCounterpart for ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''). The website is set up like a SciFiChannel episode of the show, complete with a MIDI and animated GIF version of the opening sequence. The jokes not only go after Chick's bashing of things he doesn't understand but also make plenty of references to geek and tabletop RPG culture.

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* A [=MSTing=] of the ComicBook/{{Chick Tract|s}} "Dark Dungeons," which is Jack Chick's condemnation of TabletopGames ("Dark Dungeons" is an FictionalCounterpart for ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''). The website is set up like a SciFiChannel [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci Fi Channel]] episode of the show, complete with a MIDI and animated GIF version of the opening sequence. The jokes not only go after Chick's bashing of things he doesn't understand but also make plenty of references to geek and tabletop RPG culture.
26th Mar '16 6:53:10 AM fruitstripegum
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''[[http://www.nabiki.com/mst/megane67/mst/soh The Satellite of Hate]]''
* An interesting inversion of the usual MST, where Joel is an evil villain who is imprisoned on the Satellite of Hate, and forced to read [[FanficRecs well written fanfiction]] in an attempt to rehabilitate him.
5th Nov '15 5:14:44 PM MarkLungo
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* ItsAWonderfullPlot with so many twists it qualifies as a pretzel. Trust me, you'll laugh so hard eggnog will come out of your nose. Try to aim away from your keyboard, it's very difficult to clean.

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* ItsAWonderfullPlot ItsAWonderfulPlot with so many twists it qualifies as a pretzel. Trust me, you'll laugh so hard eggnog will come out of your nose. Try to aim away from your keyboard, it's very difficult to clean.
5th Nov '15 5:14:26 PM MarkLungo
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''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/153530/1/It-s-a-Wonderful-Satellite It's A Wonderful Satellite]] by SLWalker.
* Crosses over with: ''Series/RedDwarf''. Or as the author puts it, a combination of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'', ''Film/ItsAWonderFullLife'', and some ''Series/QuantumLeap'' added in.

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''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/153530/1/It-s-a-Wonderful-Satellite It's A Wonderful Satellite]] Satellite]]'' by SLWalker.
* Crosses over with: ''Series/RedDwarf''. Or as the author puts it, a combination of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'', ''Film/ItsAWonderFullLife'', ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife'', and some ''Series/QuantumLeap'' added in.
5th Nov '15 5:07:50 PM nombretomado
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* A collection of short, script-styled fanfics that bridge off from canon some point before the end of Season 6 (TV's Frank is around in the first short). The general synopsis is that Joel has been returned to the SOL and, after Dr. F cuts them loose, they drift off into deep space. Joel and Mike get frozen and the bots switch off eventually. Four hundred years later, they are found by a "Dominion" (i.e., [[Franchise/StarTrek Starfleet]]) ship, and their propulsion systems are fixed to they can cruise around the universe. After some time traveling wackiness, the crew crash lands in China...where they fall into [[RanmaOneHalf the Spring of the Drowned Girl]]. Yes, all of them.

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* A collection of short, script-styled fanfics that bridge off from canon some point before the end of Season 6 (TV's Frank is around in the first short). The general synopsis is that Joel has been returned to the SOL and, after Dr. F cuts them loose, they drift off into deep space. Joel and Mike get frozen and the bots switch off eventually. Four hundred years later, they are found by a "Dominion" (i.e., [[Franchise/StarTrek Starfleet]]) ship, and their propulsion systems are fixed to they can cruise around the universe. After some time traveling wackiness, the crew crash lands in China...where they fall into [[RanmaOneHalf [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf the Spring of the Drowned Girl]]. Yes, all of them.
14th Sep '15 2:51:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* Stephen Ratliff's [[FanFic/MarissaPicard "Marrissa"]] stories are to online [=MSTings=] what ''ManosTheHandsOfFate'' is to the TV show. This archive has all the classic Marrissa [=MSTings=], from ''Enterprized'' to ''The Seventh Fleet'' and beyond, in chronological order.

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* Stephen Ratliff's [[FanFic/MarissaPicard "Marrissa"]] stories are to online [=MSTings=] what ''ManosTheHandsOfFate'' ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate'' is to the TV show. This archive has all the classic Marrissa [=MSTings=], from ''Enterprized'' to ''The Seventh Fleet'' and beyond, in chronological order.
3rd May '15 11:18:34 AM MarkLungo
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* Notable for a lot of non-standard riffers in the theater segments -- the first story has the standard team of Mike and the Bots, while the second story, which is more a transition story, first has BeavisAndButthead as unwitting subjects, and then the [=McLaughlin=] group. The third one eventually settles on the team of Pearl, Gypsy, Magic Voice and newcomer Scratch, who remain the main [=MSTers=] for the rest of the series. The writing is fun and the character dynamics work surprisingly well, with Pearl and Magic Voice (who barely even acknowledged one another on the show) getting into a sort of SitcomArchNemesis relationship, with Gypsy as the mediator between the two, and Scratch as Pearl's new lackey/whipping boy. Evil Mike's a great villain too, and Mike, Tom and Crow (out of the Satellite for once) get to play {{Classical Antihero}}es and try to save the day... but not being very good at day-saving.

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* Notable for a lot of non-standard riffers in the theater segments -- the first story has the standard team of Mike and the Bots, while the second story, which is more a transition story, first has BeavisAndButthead WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead as unwitting subjects, and then the [=McLaughlin=] group.Group. The third one eventually settles on the team of Pearl, Gypsy, Magic Voice and newcomer Scratch, who remain the main [=MSTers=] for the rest of the series. The writing is fun and the character dynamics work surprisingly well, with Pearl and Magic Voice (who barely even acknowledged one another on the show) getting into a sort of SitcomArchNemesis relationship, with Gypsy as the mediator between the two, and Scratch as Pearl's new lackey/whipping boy. Evil Mike's a great villain too, and Mike, Tom and Crow (out of the Satellite for once) get to play {{Classical Antihero}}es and try to save the day... but not being very good at day-saving.
10th Apr '15 10:14:46 AM fruitstripegum
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[[WMG:[[Crossover Crossover Fics]]]]

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27th Mar '15 11:33:42 AM MarkLungo
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* The post so offensive, it got misted twice! Written around 1995 by a member of the neo-fascist National Alliance, "The Long March" is an essay that became notorious not only for its rampant bigotry and illogic, but for getting spammed to a whole bunch of Usenet groups that had nothing to do with politics. Its horrible, ''horrible'' premise: blacks really are intellectually inferior to whites, and the only reason anyone thinks differently is because of a decades-long conspiracy by Jewish Communists who have gradually infiltrated every facet of American society, starting with--of course!--the cultural anthropology departments at major universities. The [=MSTing=] community couldn't let this go unchallenged, and due to various mix-ups and misunderstandings, two unrelated [=MSTs=] were written by two different authors. Both are hilarious in their different ways, and are worth reading to see the varying approaches to material that's even more noxious than usual.

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* The post so offensive, it got misted twice! Written around 1995 by a member of the neo-fascist National Alliance, "The Long March" is an essay that became notorious not only for its rampant bigotry and illogic, but for getting spammed to a whole bunch of Usenet {{Usenet}} groups that had nothing to do with politics. Its horrible, ''horrible'' premise: blacks really are intellectually inferior to whites, and the only reason anyone thinks differently is because of a decades-long conspiracy by Jewish Communists who have gradually infiltrated every facet of American society, starting with--of course!--the cultural anthropology departments at major universities. The [=MSTing=] community couldn't let this go unchallenged, and due to various mix-ups and misunderstandings, two unrelated [=MSTs=] were written by two different authors. Both are hilarious in their different ways, and are worth reading to see the varying approaches to material that's even more noxious than usual.
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