History Series / MysteryScienceTheater3000

1st May '16 10:44:08 AM LBHills
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*** Crow's Sensible Brown pants (as well as his Underoos) we going to be used by Mike at the beginning of ''Film/RadarSecretService'' to make a BedSheetLadder to be back to Earth, along with Gypsy's bra and Tom's pantyhose.

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*** Crow's Sensible Brown sensible brown pants (as well as his Underoos) we going to be used by Mike at the beginning of ''Film/RadarSecretService'' to make a BedSheetLadder to be back to Earth, along with Gypsy's bra and Tom's pantyhose.



** Weirdly 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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** Weirdly 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.



** "SLEEEEEEEEP!"

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** When a hypnotist appears on screen (it happens more often than you'd think): "SLEEEEEEEEP!"



** "[[FugitiveAlien He tried to kill me with a forklift!]]"
*** "...OLE!"

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** "[[FugitiveAlien He tried to kill me with a forklift!]]"
*** "...OLE!"
forklift!]] - ''ole!"''



* ChewbaccaDefense: When [[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds Mike is taken to court for destruction of planets]], [[TheDitz Bobo]] [[OhCrap ends up as his defense attorney]]. But in a CrowningMomentOfAwesome very uncharacteristic of him, he manages to get Brain Guy stricken as a witness against Mike... by showing him a liar in the art of baking pies.

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* ChewbaccaDefense: When [[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds Mike is taken to court for destruction of planets]], [[TheDitz Bobo]] [[OhCrap ends up as his defense attorney]]. But in a CrowningMomentOfAwesome very uncharacteristic of him, he manages to get Brain Guy stricken as a witness against Mike... by showing him a liar in the art through his astounding knowledge of baking pies.pie-baking.



** Gizmoic Institute itself. Joel Hodgson owns the rights to the word "gizmonic", so when Joel left the series, all references to Gizomic Institute were deleted for the Mike episodes -- the stylized "G" logo on the bridge door was modified into a gear with a hex nut silhouette within for the remaining Comedy Central episodes, and wholly replaced with a dog bone logo in the Sci-Fi Channel episodes. Meanwhile, Dr. Forestter and TV's Frank's uniforms were modified to have Deep 13 logos instead of Gizmonic Institute ones. With the revival of the show, however, it appears that Gizmoic Institue is an integrial part of the show once again.

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** Gizmoic Gizmonic Institute itself. Joel Hodgson owns the rights to the word "gizmonic", so when Joel left the series, all references to Gizomic Gizmonic Institute were deleted for the Mike episodes -- the stylized "G" logo on the bridge door was modified into a gear with a hex nut silhouette within for the remaining Comedy Central episodes, and wholly replaced with a dog bone logo in the Sci-Fi Channel episodes. Meanwhile, Dr. Forestter Forester and TV's Frank's uniforms were modified to have Deep 13 logos instead of Gizmonic Institute ones. With In the revival of the show, season, however, it appears that Gizmoic Gizmonic Institue is an integrial integral part of the show once again.
30th Apr '16 6:46:30 PM Ezclee4050
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** The latter lead to some vicious riffs against Japanese film in general near the end of the movie. Suffice it to say, in-character and out of character, they were not happy with the incorporation of the footage into the movie.

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** The latter lead to some vicious riffs against Japanese film in general near the end of the movie. Suffice it to say, in-character and out of character, they were not happy with the incorporation of the footage into the movie.[[note]]There's been some debate over whether the bombing is actual war footage or outtakes from a Japanese war movie made around the same time as ''Neptune Men''.[[/note]]
30th Apr '16 6:31:25 PM Ezclee4050
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* SubvertedKidsShow: Not really a straight example, but there's definitely a kids' show vibe that contrasts with the more adult edge to the humor. As the letters featured on the show showed, it still had a lot of young viewers.

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* SubvertedKidsShow: Not really a straight example, but there's definitely a kids' show vibe that contrasts with the more adult edge to the humor. As the letters featured on the show showed, demonstrated, it still had a lot of young viewers.
30th Apr '16 6:30:20 PM Ezclee4050
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* SubvertedKidsShow: Not really a straight example, but there's definitely a kids' show vibe that contrasts with the more adult edge to the humor. As the letters featured on the show showed, it still had a lot of young viewers.
30th Apr '16 5:51:52 PM Ezclee4050
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* EightDeadlyWords: The films are usually so bad that Joel/Mike and the bots have zero engagement in the plot or characters, which allows the riffs to become bitingly funny. But once in a while this would be averted and they'd find themselves swept into the movie despite its shortcomings. ''[[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S05E07IAccuseMyParents I Accuse My Parents]]'' and ''[[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S05E09TheGirlInLoversLane The Girl in Lovers Lane]]'' are memorable examples of this.
18th Apr '16 12:12:38 PM Rday
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** If a movie has a wobbly credits sequence or narration card, Crow inevitably gets motion sickness.
17th Apr '16 12:52:37 PM Morgenthaler
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* FiveBadBand: The Mads.
** BigBad: Clayton Forrester.
** TheDragon: TV's Frank.
** TheSmartGuy: [[CaptainObvious Brain Guy]]\Observer.
** TheBigGuy: Professer Bobo.
** TheDarkChick: Pearl Forrester (doubles as BigBad in the Sci-Fi channel era).
** SixthRanger: Lawrence Erhardt (doubles as TheDragon).
** TeamPet: Gerry and Slyvia.
* FiveManBand: The Satellite of Love crew.
** Joel: TheLeader (TeamDad to the Bots).
** Crow: TheLancer (literally in ''The Magic Sword'').
** TheSmartGuy: Tom (Gypsy has elements of this during the Mike-era).
** TheBigGuy: Mike (doubles as TheLeader).
** TheChick: Gypsy (TeamMom to the other Bots).
** SixthRanger: Cambot and Magic Voice.
17th Apr '16 8:24:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: The Mads can never succeed in driving their victims insane, and the gang on the Satellite Of Love can't escape, with the famous exception of Joel in Season 5. Pearl did come achingly close to finding a film that could drive people insane with ''InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'', but Mike and the Bots were saved by a visit from [[PrinceOfSpace Krankor]].

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* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: FailureIsTheOnlyOption:
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The Mads can never succeed in driving their victims insane, and the gang on the Satellite Of Love can't escape, with the famous exception of Joel in Season 5. Pearl did come achingly close to finding a film that could drive people insane with ''InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'', ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'', but Mike and the Bots were saved by a visit from [[PrinceOfSpace Krankor]].



-->'''Crow:''' ''(despairing)'' To be dead, to be nothing... to watch ''[[InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen Neptune Men]]'' no more...

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-->'''Crow:''' ''(despairing)'' To be dead, to be nothing... to watch ''[[InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen ''[[Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen Neptune Men]]'' no more...
15th Apr '16 6:33:59 AM falcon2484
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** A few Misties have apparently heard "....so they conked him on the noggin and they shot him into space" as "....so they conked him on the noggin and they shot him in his face."
13th Apr '16 5:40:26 PM MarkLungo
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** Gizmoic Institute itself -- Joel Hodgson owns the rights to the word "gizmonic", so when Joel left the series, all references to Gizomic Institute became nonexistiant in the Mike episodes -- the stylized "G" logo on the bridge door was modified into a gear with a hex nut silhouette within for the remaining Comedy Central episodes, and wholly replaced with a dog bone logo in the Sci-Fi Channel episodes. Meanwhile, Dr. Forestter and TV's Frank's uniforms were modified to have Deep 13 logos instead of Gizmonic Institute ones. With the revival of the show, however, it appears that Gizmoic Institue is an integrial part of the show once again.

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** Gizmoic Institute itself -- itself. Joel Hodgson owns the rights to the word "gizmonic", so when Joel left the series, all references to Gizomic Institute became nonexistiant in were deleted for the Mike episodes -- the stylized "G" logo on the bridge door was modified into a gear with a hex nut silhouette within for the remaining Comedy Central episodes, and wholly replaced with a dog bone logo in the Sci-Fi Channel episodes. Meanwhile, Dr. Forestter and TV's Frank's uniforms were modified to have Deep 13 logos instead of Gizmonic Institute ones. With the revival of the show, however, it appears that Gizmoic Institue is an integrial part of the show once again.
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