History Series / MysteryScienceTheater3000

23rd Apr '18 2:34:51 PM toregg
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** When the Mads send the guys a home chemistry set, Crow makes a formula that turns Tom Servo into a giant angry version of himself. He spends the first couple of minutes of that episode as a giant silhouette of himself talking in HulkSpeak.

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** When In the episode ''High School Big Shot'', the Mads send the guys a home chemistry set, Crow makes a formula that turns Tom Servo into a giant angry version of himself. He spends the first couple of minutes of that the episode as a giant silhouette of himself talking in HulkSpeak.
22nd Apr '18 11:00:05 AM Bisected8
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* TattooSharpie: In ''[[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S11E14AttheEarthsCore At the Earth's Core]]'', Jonah and the bots get frustrated at how quickly their temporary tattoos wear off, so they invent ''Permanent'' Temporary Tattoos: you apply them to the skin like temporary tattoos, but they never go away. "Just wet it, set it... and [[EmbarrassingTattoo regret it]]."
21st Apr '18 8:59:28 AM JakesBrain
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** Over a shot of an atom bomb exploding: "[Insert Republican here]'s first day as President." An old joke from the MST live shows that carried over into ''Series/CinematicTitanic''.
14th Apr '18 5:42:55 PM nombretomado
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** IMDb considers the KTMA episodes as Season One and the Netflix series gets an entirely separate page.

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** IMDb Website/IMDb considers the KTMA episodes as Season One and the Netflix series gets an entirely separate page.
6th Apr '18 12:30:53 PM costanton11
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** Season 11 is also fond of using Felicia Day's singing talents, having her [[DoItYourselfThemeTune sing her introduction in the Love Theme]] and sing a duet with her WebOriginal/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog costar Creator/NeilPatrickHarris.

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** Season 11 is also fond of using Felicia Day's singing talents, having her [[DoItYourselfThemeTune sing her introduction in the Love Theme]] and sing a duet with her WebOriginal/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog costar Creator/NeilPatrickHarris.
28th Mar '18 12:34:48 PM LarryMullen
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* RememberTheNewGuy: The Mads in the Revival are Kinga Forrester and TV's Son of TV's Frank (aka Max), despite the fact that Dr. Forrester and Frank never alluded to having children in the original run. [[spoiler:Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]], since Pearl says she tried to get rid of Kinga numerous times (suggesting she may have been an unwanted child) and Max could be a clone of Frank rather than his actual son (implied by the scowl Kinga gives him when talking about dealing with clones)]].
26th Mar '18 9:49:30 PM nombretomado
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* {{Documentary}}: ''This Is [=MST3K=]'', which aired on Comedy Central in 1991, was hosted by [[PennAndTeller Penn Jillette]] and took viewers behind the scenes of the show's production.

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* {{Documentary}}: ''This Is [=MST3K=]'', which aired on Comedy Central in 1991, was hosted by [[PennAndTeller [[Creator/PennAndTeller Penn Jillette]] and took viewers behind the scenes of the show's production.
23rd Mar '18 9:58:39 AM creepingdeath
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** Strangely enough, when Kevin and Mike wrote and performed an [[Music/TheInkSpots Ink Spots]]-style Thirties pop ballad ostensibly sung by the Observers, Mike lip-synced Kevin's lines and Bill Corbett lip-synced Mike's lines... which was tremendously confusing to anyone who'd been following the show regularly.

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** Strangely enough, when Kevin and Mike wrote and performed an [[Music/TheInkSpots Ink Spots]]-style Thirties pop ballad ostensibly sung by the Observers, Mike lip-synced Kevin's lines and Bill Corbett lip-synced Mike's his own lines... which was tremendously confusing to anyone who'd been following the show regularly.
17th Mar '18 3:05:08 PM mariic
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The series has also inspired a lot of loving imitators, such as ''[[Creator/AchievementHunter Theater Mode]]'' and ''WebVideo/IncognitoCinemaWarriorsXP'' (which turn the focus to schlock and exploitation), ''WebVideo/{{Unskippable}}'' and WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} (for video games), and a subgenre of fanfiction called {{MST||ing}}.

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The series has also inspired a lot of loving imitators, such as ''[[Creator/AchievementHunter Theater Mode]]'' and ''WebVideo/IncognitoCinemaWarriorsXP'' (which turn the focus to schlock and exploitation), ''WebVideo/{{Unskippable}}'' and WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} (for video games), and a subgenre of fanfiction called {{MST||ing}}.{{MSTing}}.
17th Mar '18 3:04:21 PM mariic
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The series has also inspired a lot of loving imitators, such as ''[[Creator/AchievementHunter Theater Mode]]'' and ''WebVideo/IncognitoCinemaWarriorsXP'' (which turn the focus to schlock and exploitation), ''WebVideo/{{Unskippable}}'' and WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} (for video games), and a subgenre of fanfiction called [=MSTing=].

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The series has also inspired a lot of loving imitators, such as ''[[Creator/AchievementHunter Theater Mode]]'' and ''WebVideo/IncognitoCinemaWarriorsXP'' (which turn the focus to schlock and exploitation), ''WebVideo/{{Unskippable}}'' and WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} (for video games), and a subgenre of fanfiction called [=MSTing=].{{MST||ing}}.
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