History Headscratchers / MysteryScienceTheater3000

17th Feb '16 7:49:53 PM LBHills
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** JerryLewis also called the satellite that transmitted his annual Labor Day telethon the "Sattelite of Love".

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** JerryLewis also called the satellite that transmitted his annual Labor Day telethon the "Sattelite "Satellite of Love".


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*** Maybe Mirror-Tom has seen "Last of the Wild Horses" of his own volition. He's obviously a fan of the genre...
---> '''Evil Tom:''' I'll destroy you! I'll - oooo, a cowboy movie!!
14th Jan '16 10:34:27 PM laserviking42
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* Why after a lengthy explanation of how they got up there, and their purpose in being there being explained as well, is how they actually survive the one topic that off-limits?
19th Oct '15 6:11:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* Did Crow ever get together with the "extra" time paradox Crow from ''TimeChasers''?

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* Did Crow ever get together with the "extra" time paradox Crow from ''TimeChasers''?''Film/TimeChasers''?
8th Aug '15 5:02:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* In episode #611, ''LastOfTheWildHorses'', the evil mirror-universe Tom Servo is stuck in the theater with prime universe Crow and Mike, until the last act, when the prime Servo comes back into the theater. Though he had spent the entire episode trapped in mirror-Deep 13, he seems to automatically know what's going on the film, who the characters are, and even picks up on the running gags. How?

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* In episode #611, ''LastOfTheWildHorses'', ''Film/LastOfTheWildHorses'', the evil mirror-universe Tom Servo is stuck in the theater with prime universe Crow and Mike, until the last act, when the prime Servo comes back into the theater. Though he had spent the entire episode trapped in mirror-Deep 13, he seems to automatically know what's going on the film, who the characters are, and even picks up on the running gags. How?
29th May '15 3:34:29 PM greenwings
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** It's the show's motto, not the fans' law.
6th Apr '15 3:06:45 PM SirSapphire
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**** I always just figured the 'special parts' he used were the electronics that actually made the bots, you know, move and talk and stuff. Their bodies were just cobbled together out of some of the random junk lying around the SOL.

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**** I always just figured the 'special parts' he used were the electronics that actually made the bots, you know, move and talk and stuff. Their bodies were just cobbled together out of some of the random junk lying around the SOL. This is why their arms don't work (as per numerous jokes to the fact).
16th Mar '15 1:30:39 PM nombretomado
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** [[DontExplainTheJoke Although I probably shouldn't do this,]] I'll clarify the above: SOL = "Shit Outta Luck." Similarly, the ship being bone-shaped could be a reference to the crew's being, as [[{{Futurama}} another show]] would say, "boned."

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** [[DontExplainTheJoke Although I probably shouldn't do this,]] I'll clarify the above: SOL = "Shit Outta Luck." Similarly, the ship being bone-shaped could be a reference to the crew's being, as [[{{Futurama}} [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} another show]] would say, "boned."
7th Mar '15 7:06:15 PM zettabeam62
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[[folder: This page]]
*If the motto of the the show is"It's just a show; I should really just relax." why does this page exist?
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21st Jan '15 11:48:22 PM PatPayne
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** End credits are actually a relatively new phenomenon in the world of movies. Prior to the formation of the MPAA, most films only had opening credits, and when the movie ended, it ended. For the later films, rights issues probably stipulated that they had to show all the credits if they wanted to air the film.

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** End credits are actually a relatively new phenomenon in the world of movies. Prior to the formation of the MPAA, most films only had opening credits, and when the movie ended, it ended. For the later films, rights issues probably stipulated that they had to show all the credits if they wanted to air the film. film.
** Probably the latter way more than the former. The MPAA is OlderThanTheyThink, dating back to the '20s. It probably has to do, as mentioned, that with the evolution of more elaborate end credits in the '60s through the early '80s, rights contracts and clearances may have demanded that any showings include the entire credits to satisfy the various production unions' contracts.
24th Dec '14 8:32:21 AM ading
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** They don't ''expect'' him to go insane. It's an experiment. The goal is to see ''if'' any of the movies are bad enough to make him go insane on their own.
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