History Series / MysteryScienceTheater3000

7th Jul '17 2:54:43 PM Doug86
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* WhenIWasYourAge: In the ''Film/HorrorOfPartyBeach'' episode, Mike and the Bots sing a 50s-style song to educate "the young people" about sodium (ItMakesSenseInContext). After it's over, Crow goes into a non-angry version of this ("...with your pierced I-dunno-whats...")

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* WhenIWasYourAge: In the ''Film/HorrorOfPartyBeach'' ''Film/TheHorrorOfPartyBeach'' episode, Mike and the Bots sing a 50s-style song to educate "the young people" about sodium (ItMakesSenseInContext). After it's over, Crow goes into a non-angry version of this ("...with your pierced I-dunno-whats...")
4th Jul '17 11:03:59 AM StFan
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** Since ''ThePhantomCreeps'', one of the recurring riffs was "[[VampireVords How forrrtunate, dziss vill sssimplify EVERY-tzing!]]" in Creator/BelaLugosi's accent.
** Spoofing Marlo Thomas/''ThatGirl'' anytime an attractive brunette with a flip hairdo, or some other big 1960's medium-length hairdo appears on screen, i.e.; Mike blurting out "Oh, Donald," in the episode ''The Wild World of Batwoman.''

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** Since ''ThePhantomCreeps'', ''Film/ThePhantomCreeps'', one of the recurring riffs was "[[VampireVords How forrrtunate, dziss vill sssimplify EVERY-tzing!]]" in Creator/BelaLugosi's accent.
** Spoofing Marlo Thomas/''ThatGirl'' Thomas/''Series/ThatGirl'' anytime an attractive brunette with a flip hairdo, or some other big 1960's medium-length hairdo appears on screen, i.e.; Mike blurting out "Oh, Donald," in the episode ''The Wild World of Batwoman.''Batwoman''.
3rd Jul '17 9:18:47 PM CnHGirl
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** Like with Mike, the bots razz Jonah and don't respect his property, but do their job keeping him sane. Their non-lethalness does not extend to the robots Jonah tries to make though, who are almost all instantly destroyed by Crow and Servo out of jealously.

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** Like with Mike, the bots razz Jonah and don't respect his property, but do their job keeping him sane. Their non-lethalness does not extend to the robots Jonah tries to make though, who are almost all instantly destroyed by Crow and Servo out of jealously. Jonah then reveals that he builds fake bots to exploit Crow and Servo's jealousy because violent outbursts keep their hardware functional.
1st Jul '17 2:09:00 PM toregg
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* UnusallyUninterestingSight: At the end of the episode ''Film/TheLegendOfBoggyCreek2AndTheLegendContinues'', the kid who goes through Pearl's castle describes Professor Bobo as "just a talking gorilla".

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* UnusallyUninterestingSight: UnusuallyUninterestingSight: At the end of the episode ''Film/TheLegendOfBoggyCreek2AndTheLegendContinues'', ''Film/TheLegendOfBoggyCreek2'', the kid who goes through Pearl's castle describes Professor Bobo as "just a talking gorilla".
1st Jul '17 2:07:54 PM toregg
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* UnusallyUninterestingSight: At the end of the episode ''Film/TheLegendOfBoggyCreek2AndTheLegendContinues'', the kid who goes through Pearl's castle describes Professor Bobo as "just a talking gorilla".
1st Jul '17 12:09:04 PM MetaFour
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As the victims of the movies came and went, so did the people inflicting that torture. At the show's start, the mad scientists (or “mads”) were the bombastic, sadistic Dr. Clayton Forrester[[labelnote:*]](Trace Beaulieu)[[/labelnote]] and his dorky sidekick Dr. Larry Erhardt[[labelnote:*]](Josh Weinstein)[[/labelnote]]. After the first Comedy Central season, Erhardt was replaced by “TV's” Frank[[labelnote:*]](Frank Conniff)[[/labelnote]], an eccentric space cadet. Frank, and Clayton a season later, were replaced by Clayton's mother Dr. Pearl Forrester[[labelnote:*]](Mary Jo Pehl)[[/labelnote]], whose reign as the show's lead villain in its original final three seasons brought with it a thick-witted ape sidekick named Professor Bobo[[labelnote:*]](Kevin Murphy)[[/labelnote]] and a wannabe-enigmatic alien called Observer[[labelnote:*]](Bill Corbett)[[/labelnote]]. For the relaunch, Pearl passes the torch to her granddaughter Kinga[[labelnote:*]](Creator/FeliciaDay)[[/labelnote]], as well as a TV's Son of TV's Frank, aka Max[[labelnote:*]](Creator/PattonOswalt)[[/labelnote]].

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As the victims of the movies came and went, so did the people inflicting that torture. At the show's start, the mad scientists (or “mads”) were the bombastic, sadistic Dr. Clayton Forrester[[labelnote:*]](Trace Beaulieu)[[/labelnote]] and his dorky sidekick Dr. Larry Erhardt[[labelnote:*]](Josh Weinstein)[[/labelnote]]. After the first Comedy Central season, Erhardt was replaced by “TV's” Frank[[labelnote:*]](Frank Conniff)[[/labelnote]], an eccentric space cadet. Frank, and Clayton a season later, were replaced by Clayton's mother Dr. Pearl Forrester[[labelnote:*]](Mary Jo Pehl)[[/labelnote]], whose reign as the show's lead villain in its original final the three seasons on Sci-Fi Channel brought with it a thick-witted ape sidekick named Professor Bobo[[labelnote:*]](Kevin Murphy)[[/labelnote]] and a wannabe-enigmatic alien called Observer[[labelnote:*]](Bill Corbett)[[/labelnote]]. For the relaunch, Pearl passes the torch to her granddaughter Kinga[[labelnote:*]](Creator/FeliciaDay)[[/labelnote]], as well as a TV's Son of TV's Frank, aka Max[[labelnote:*]](Creator/PattonOswalt)[[/labelnote]].


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* AdvertisedExtra: M. Waverly in season 11. Joel Hodgeson included him in several teasers for the Kickstarter backers, leading fans to think he'd be a new recurring character. Imagine their surprise when M. Waverly only showed up in one episode, for a single host segment. [[spoiler:And died at the end of it.]]
26th Jun '17 4:15:30 PM toregg
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* SpinningPaper: In Film/{{The Beatniks}}, a sketch is done where Tom Servo gets a music career, becomes a huge successs and loses it all. The whole plot outline is presented with fake Variety newspaper headdlines presented on spinning newspapers.
26th Jun '17 4:08:01 PM toregg
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* SplitScreenPhoneCall: At the end of Film/{{Warrior Of The Lost World}}, Joel and the robots talk with MegaWeapon from the movie like this.
25th Jun '17 12:13:17 AM sanfranman91
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25th Jun '17 12:12:35 AM sanfranman91
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Episodes of the series can be found on most streaming services, including Vimeo, VHX, and Hulu. Netflix specifically has coupled their new run of episodes with a collection of highlights voted on by fans.

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Episodes of the series can be found on most streaming services, including Vimeo, VHX, Pluto TV, and Hulu. Netflix specifically has coupled their new run of episodes with a collection of highlights voted on by fans.
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