History YMMV / MysteryScienceTheater3000

18th Jun '17 7:00:23 PM SirSapphire
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** The jazz/ska covers of songs featured on the original series are pretty damn catchy on their own.

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** The jazz/ska covers of songs featured on the original series are pretty damn catchy on their own. own, especially "Living in Deep 13" which is used most often and is Moon 13's sort of unofficial theme song.
8th Jun '17 4:21:40 AM Doryna
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Synthia, the clone of Pearl in the 2017 series. After an intriguing introduction that hints her CloneDegeneration is an act, she hardly ever appears outside of silently loading in the latest experiment.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Synthia, the clone of Pearl in the 2017 series. After an intriguing introduction that hints her CloneDegeneration is an act, she hardly ever appears outside of silently loading in the latest experiment. Part of this may be that her character wasn't originally planned for the series and was only added after someone realized Rebecca Hanson, who originally had only been cast as Gypsy, also happens to look like a younger Mary Jo Pehl.
23rd May '17 7:36:13 AM DarkStorm
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** During the ending host segment (the parade of "troubling things") in the ''Carnival Magic'' episode, Jonah is briefly replaced on the viewscreen with a different host, one in a purple jumpsuit. Kinga is the only one who seems to notice, commenting "Please ignore that, since you didn't see anything because it doesn't exist" before the screen switches back to Jonah. The credits list him as Matt Claude Van Damme, played by Matt McGinnis, one of the writers and producers.

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** During the ending host segment (the parade of "troubling things") in the ''Carnival Magic'' episode, Jonah is briefly replaced on the viewscreen with a different host, one in a purple jumpsuit. Kinga is the only one who seems to notice, commenting "Please ignore that, since you didn't see anything because it doesn't exist" before the screen switches back to Jonah. The credits list him as Matt Claude Van Damme, played by Matt McGinnis, [=McGinnis=], one of the writers and producers.
23rd May '17 7:35:35 AM DarkStorm
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** At one point in the "Carnival Magic" episode, Jonah is replaced on the viewscreen with a different host, one in a purple jumpsuit. This is never acknowledged or referenced by any of the rest of the cast.

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** At one point During the ending host segment (the parade of "troubling things") in the "Carnival Magic" ''Carnival Magic'' episode, Jonah is briefly replaced on the viewscreen with a different host, one in a purple jumpsuit. This jumpsuit. Kinga is never acknowledged or referenced the only one who seems to notice, commenting "Please ignore that, since you didn't see anything because it doesn't exist" before the screen switches back to Jonah. The credits list him as Matt Claude Van Damme, played by any Matt McGinnis, one of the rest of the cast.writers and producers.
23rd May '17 7:20:31 AM DarkStorm
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** Other fans wonder why they'd even ''need'' a reboot when Nelson, Murphy and Corbett are still in top form on WebOriginal/{{Rifftrax}}, albeit sans silhouettes, and thanks to the audio commentary format, have riffed blockbuster films and franchises (most notably ''Franchise/StarWars'' and ''Franchise/{{Twilight}}''.)

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** Other fans wonder why they'd even ''need'' a reboot revival when Nelson, Murphy and Corbett are still in top form on WebOriginal/{{Rifftrax}}, albeit sans silhouettes, and thanks to the audio commentary format, have riffed blockbuster films and franchises (most notably ''Franchise/StarWars'' and ''Franchise/{{Twilight}}''.)



** The lack of explanation as to how the Bots got back to the Satellite of Love (or, for that matter, how the satellite itself survived crashing to Earth) has some fans annoyed that there isn't even a {{handwave}} of an explanation, while others simply recite the MST3KMantra in response to ''any'' questions or concerns about continuity or characterization. ([[WordOfGod Joel]] has said that there will be an explanation in season 12. If there is a season 12)



** Tom Servo in general has caused some issues in the eyes of some fans. Several fans think that his new voice is far too different from the previous two Servos, and some even have trouble telling the difference between him and the new Crow.

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** Tom Servo in general has caused some issues in the eyes of some fans. Several fans think that his new voice is far too different from the previous two Servos, and some even have trouble telling the difference between him and Jonah (or, sometimes, the new Crow.Crow).
22nd May '17 1:15:44 PM TMOverbeck
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** At one point in the "Carnival Magic" episode, Jonah is replaced on the viewscreen with a different host, one in a purple jumpsuit. This is never acknowledged or referenced by any of the rest of the cast.
21st May '17 5:55:18 PM PlatinumGlitchMint
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* AwesomeMusic: Season 11's orchestrated rearrangement of the show's classic credits theme ''Mighty Science Theater'' is beautifully nostalgic. It's hard not to get goosebumps listening to it.



** What happens when you stretch the [=MST3K=] End Credits by 800%? [[https://soundcloud.com/triple_sss/mst3k-end-theme-stretched-out-800-percent Something amazing.]]
*** The end credits themselves, called "Mighty Science Theater" is just that...pretty damn mighty and cool to boot!
*** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65Nb73C0Tco 2017 rearrangement of "Mighty Science Theater"]] is preformed by an orchestra, which makes it no less awesome than the original.

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** The end credits themselves, called "Mighty Science Theater" is just that...pretty damn mighty and cool to boot!
***
What happens when you stretch the [=MST3K=] End Credits by 800%? [[https://soundcloud.com/triple_sss/mst3k-end-theme-stretched-out-800-percent Something amazing.]]
*** The end credits themselves, called "Mighty Science Theater" is just that...pretty damn mighty and cool to boot!
*** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65Nb73C0Tco 2017 rearrangement of "Mighty Science Theater"]] is preformed by an orchestra, which makes it no less awesome than Theater"]], Season 11's pseudo-orchestrated remake of the original.show's classic credits theme ''Mighty Science Theater'' is beautifully nostalgic. It's hard not to get goosebumps listening to it.



** The show has its fair share of uncomfortably transphobic jokes, most notably in the highly popular ''Mr. B Natural''.

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** The show has its fair share of uncomfortably transphobic older series didn't shy away from offhanded gay and transsexual jokes, most notably in the its highly popular ''Mr. B Natural''.Natural'' segments, which can certainly be a bit uncomfortable for some viewers nowadays. Though the 2011 series certainly hasn't gone into PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad levels of changing up its humor, there is clear attempts in certain episodes to tone down much of its humor for modern sensibilities in regards to more controversial social topics that may come up in the films they watch.
18th May '17 10:27:59 AM paycheckgurl
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** M Waverly is this InUniverse, with Crow, Servo, and Gypsy acting annoyed at his introduction (decrying there's already too much new stuff around the satellite as it is), and then he is immediately violently dismembered by Crow and Servo. Out of Universe he's a bit of an EnsembleDarkHorse, and his InUniverse scrappy status is part of the charm.
16th May '17 2:41:09 PM Wackd
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** Any film or scene set in Chicago will inevitably have a reference to the Cubs losing.
*** Of course, one realizes that the show originally went off the air almost twenty years before the Cubs finally clinched the 2016 World Series.
** In the movies he appears in, Joe Don Baker.
--->'''Crow''' (''as Joe Don Baker's name appears on-screen''): Ooh, I wish I was illiterate so I wouldn't have to read that.
** Not to mention, "ROSS HAGEN?!?!"
** Sandy Frank. To be fair, he IS the source of all their pain.
*** Coleman Francis as well. Really, ''any'' of the show's repeat offenders get this treatment.

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** Any film or scene set in Chicago will inevitably have a reference to the Cubs losing.
*** Of course, one realizes that
Cubs' (now ended) 108-year losing streak.
** Any of
the show originally went off the air almost twenty years before the Cubs finally clinched the 2016 World Series.
** In the movies he appears in,
series' repeat offenders, most notably Joe Don Baker.
--->'''Crow''' (''as Joe Don Baker's name appears on-screen''): Ooh, I wish I was illiterate so I wouldn't have to read that.
** Not to mention, "ROSS HAGEN?!?!"
**
Baker, Ross Hagen, Sandy Frank. To be fair, he IS the source of all their pain.
***
Frank, and Coleman Francis as well. Really, ''any'' of the show's repeat offenders get this treatment.Francis.



** Japan. Especially in ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'' where the movies use of wartime bombing footage coupled with the abysmal quality made them particularly vicious in their bashing.
** Canada. Especially in The ''Final Sacrifice'' and ''Zombie Nightmare''.

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** Japan. Especially The Sci-Fi era took particular delight in ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'' where bashing the movies use home countries of wartime bombing footage coupled with the abysmal quality made them particularly vicious in their bashing.
** Canada. Especially in The ''Final Sacrifice'' and
non-American movies. Notable targets include Japan (for ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen''), Canada (''The Final Sacrifice'', ''Zombie Nightmare''.Nightmare''), and Britain (''Gorgo'', ''The Deadly Bees'').



** Britain in ''Gorgo'', ''The Deadly Bees'' and any other movie set in the UK.
12th May '17 3:06:01 PM TheTitanPrince
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*** Some people are fine with the visual humor, but think that they go on a bit too long. One example of this is in the episode Yongary. A spaceship takes off and Crow dares Tom to race it, but even after the joke is over, there's another five or so seconds of Tom being "stuck in the house" because he couldn't get back down to his seat before the movie cut to an indoor scene.
** Tom Servo in general has caused some issues in the eyes of some fans. Several fans think that his new voice is far too different from the previous two Servos, and some even have trouble telling the difference between him and the new Crow.
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