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27th Aug '13 11:58:55 AM AnotherGuy
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* {{NightmareFuel}}: The MST3K presentation had Timmy, who had this troper trembling with fear as he snuck into the theater.
27th Aug '13 11:58:36 AM AnotherGuy
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* {{Padding}}: "Cy Roth had to pad the film just so he could get to the parts that had ''more'' '''''padding'''''!"

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* {{Padding}}: "Cy And padding, and padding, and padding, ''and padding...''
-->'''Crow:''' Cy
Roth had to pad the film just so he could get to the parts that had ''more'' '''''padding'''''!"'''''padding'''''!
17th Sep '12 6:55:30 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* {{Padding}}: "Cy Roth had to pad the film just so he could get to the parts that had ''more'' '''''padding'''''!"

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* {{NightmareFuel}}: The MST3K presentation had Timmy, who had this troper trembling with fear as he snuck into the theater.
* {{Padding}}: "Cy Roth had to pad the film just so he could get to the parts that had ''more'' '''''padding'''''!"
9th May '12 12:36:48 AM chico
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!!The MST3K presentation provides examples of:
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Joel and Crow defeating Timmy, ala ''{{Alien}}s''.
* CrowningMomentOfFunny: As an airplane makes a [[{{Padding}} time-consuming]] landing... "Please remain seated until the movie grinds to a complete halt."
** "My pants are split? Everyone saw?"
** "Pad pad pad pad pad em, pad pad pad the film!"
** (Girl screams then turns away and sobs) Crow: "I'm such a bad actress!"
* JustHereForGodzilla: Quite unusually for the series, the host segments completely steal the show from the movie riffing, with a genuinely suspenseful story arc that even intrudes into the theater.
* NightmareFuel: The opening sketch which ends with Timmy growling menacingly before attacking Cambot, as a terrified Magic Voice demands to know who he is.
** The first few times Timmy appears in the theater are pretty creepy too. He comes in from the opposite side, and doesn't really ''do'' anything except sit there, watching the movie and occasionally looking at Joel and the 'Bots, but after the Cambot thing, you know he's there to do ''something''. Then, after Servo shoos him away the first time, he comes in again, slowly and silently rising into view in the seat right next to Servo. It was unnerving, especially because you sort of forget about him as the episode goes on and don't expect it.

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!!The MST3K presentation provides examples of:
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Joel and Crow defeating Timmy, ala ''{{Alien}}s''.
* CrowningMomentOfFunny: As an airplane makes a [[{{Padding}} time-consuming]] landing... "Please remain seated until the movie grinds
{{Padding}}: "Cy Roth had to a complete halt."
** "My pants are split? Everyone saw?"
** "Pad pad pad pad pad em, pad pad
pad the film!"
** (Girl screams then turns away and sobs) Crow: "I'm such a bad actress!"
* JustHereForGodzilla: Quite unusually for
film just so he could get to the series, the host segments completely steal the show from the movie riffing, with a genuinely suspenseful story arc parts that even intrudes into the theater.
* NightmareFuel: The opening sketch which ends with Timmy growling menacingly before attacking Cambot, as a terrified Magic Voice demands to know who he is.
** The first few times Timmy appears in the theater are pretty creepy too. He comes in from the opposite side, and doesn't really ''do'' anything except sit there, watching the movie and occasionally looking at Joel and the 'Bots, but after the Cambot thing, you know he's there to do ''something''. Then, after Servo shoos him away the first time, he comes in again, slowly and silently rising into view in the seat right next to Servo. It was unnerving, especially because you sort of forget about him as the episode goes on and don't expect it.
had ''more'' '''''padding'''''!"
2nd May '12 4:51:17 PM Ekuran
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* AccidentalNightmareFuel: The opening sketch which ends with Timmy growling menacingly before attacking Cambot, as a terrified Magic Voice demands to know who he is.
** The first few times Timmy appears in the theater are pretty creepy too. He comes in from the opposite side, and doesn't really ''do'' anything except sit there, watching the movie and occasionally looking at Joel and the 'Bots, but after the Cambot thing, you know he's there to do ''something''. Then, after Servo shoos him away the first time, he comes in again, slowly and silently rising into view in the seat right next to Servo. It was unnerving, especially because you sort of forget about him as the episode goes on and don't expect it.



* JustHereForGodzilla: Quite unusually for the series, the host segments completely steal the show from the movie riffing, with a geuninely suspenseful story arc that even intrudes into the theater.

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* JustHereForGodzilla: Quite unusually for the series, the host segments completely steal the show from the movie riffing, with a geuninely genuinely suspenseful story arc that even intrudes into the theater.theater.
* NightmareFuel: The opening sketch which ends with Timmy growling menacingly before attacking Cambot, as a terrified Magic Voice demands to know who he is.
** The first few times Timmy appears in the theater are pretty creepy too. He comes in from the opposite side, and doesn't really ''do'' anything except sit there, watching the movie and occasionally looking at Joel and the 'Bots, but after the Cambot thing, you know he's there to do ''something''. Then, after Servo shoos him away the first time, he comes in again, slowly and silently rising into view in the seat right next to Servo. It was unnerving, especially because you sort of forget about him as the episode goes on and don't expect it.
26th Feb '12 9:20:32 AM Hoofbites
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* AccidentalNightmareFuel: The opening sketch which ends with Timmy growling menacingly before attacking Cambot, as a terrified Magic Voice demands to know who he is.
** The first few times Timmy appears in the theater are pretty creepy too. He comes in from the opposite side, and doesn't really ''do'' anything except sit there, watching the movie and occasionally looking at Joel and the 'Bots, but after the Cambot thing, you know he's there to do ''something''. Then, after Servo shoos him away the first time, he comes in again, slowly and silently rising into view in the seat right next to Servo. It was unnerving, especially because you sort of forget about him as the episode goes on and don't expect it.



* JustHereForGodzilla: Quite unusually for the series, the host segments completely steal the show from the movie riffing, with a geuninely suspenseful story arc that even intrudes into the theater.
* NightmareFuel: The opening sketch which ends with Timmy growling menacingly before attacking Cambot, as a terrified Magic Voice demands to know who he is.
** The first few times Timmy appears in the theater are pretty creepy too. He comes in from the opposite side, and doesn't really ''do'' anything except sit there, watching the movie and occasionally looking at Joel and the 'Bots, but after the Cambot thing, you know he's there to do ''something''. Then, after Servo shoos him away the first time, he comes in again, slowly and silently rising into view in the seat right next to Servo. It was unnerving, especially because you sort of forget about him as the episode goes on and don't expect it.

to:

* JustHereForGodzilla: Quite unusually for the series, the host segments completely steal the show from the movie riffing, with a geuninely suspenseful story arc that even intrudes into the theater.
* NightmareFuel: The opening sketch which ends with Timmy growling menacingly before attacking Cambot, as a terrified Magic Voice demands to know who he is.
** The first few times Timmy appears in the theater are pretty creepy too. He comes in from the opposite side, and doesn't really ''do'' anything except sit there, watching the movie and occasionally looking at Joel and the 'Bots, but after the Cambot thing, you know he's there to do ''something''. Then, after Servo shoos him away the first time, he comes in again, slowly and silently rising into view in the seat right next to Servo. It was unnerving, especially because you sort of forget about him as the episode goes on and don't expect it.
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