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SpiritualSuccessor to ''Film/TheKentuckyFriedMovie'', directed in 1987 by Creator/JohnLandis, Creator/JoeDante, CarlGottlieb, PeterHorton, and RobertKWeiss. Basically a bigger budget version of [=KFM=]. This time, the sketches are centered around a cheesy 1950s sci-fi movie called, of course, ''Amazon Women On The Moon'', which appears to largely be inspired by ''Film/QueenOfOuterSpace.'' However, the local TV station screening the film keeps suffering technical faults, forcing the unseen viewer to channel surf; occasionally, more glimpses of the film are seen, before another snafu occurs forcing the viewer to move on.

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!!Tropes:

* AsHimself: A bunch of comedians (such as Henny Youngman) playing themselves at the funeral roast.
** Plus Music/BBKing as the spokesman for ''Blacks without Soul''.
* BMovie: Intentionally invoked with the titular segment.
* BrickJoke: Don "No Soul" Simmons singing "Blame It On the Bossa Nova" during the end credits.
* TheCameo: Forrest J. Ackerman as the President of the (forty-eight!) United States.
** Cult director Russ Meyer as the clerk in "Video Date".
* DeliberateValuesDissonance
* DigitalPiracyIsEvil: Video Pirates, as shown as seafaring buccaneers raiding an [[ItMakesSenseInContext MCA Home Video ship]] for all its videos and laser discs. They sit down to watch a movie and see the standard anti-piracy FBI warning, and the head pirate sneers, "[[SarcasmMode Oh, I'm so scared!]]"
* DisasterDominoes: Arsenio Hall's unfortunate character in the opening segment.
* ExcusePlot: The plot is very thin, and the only other recurring element is Murray and his journey through the TV shows.
* {{Fanservice}}: Three separate segments feature female nudity, and the titular Amazon Women are easy on the eyes, as well.
* ForScience: The attitude of the clinic director in the "Film/ReeferMadness" parody.
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: in both the "Murray Gets Trapped In TV Land" and the "Video Date" segments. "Critics Corner" plays with this trope, as well.
* TheFunInFuneral / LastDisrespects: Harvey Pitnik's funeral is a roast hosted by Creator/SteveAllen.
* HumanAliens: The Amazon women.
* InvisibleStreaker: Spoofed on the "Son of the Invisible Man" sketch, where the title character only ''thinks'' he's invisible.
* UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper: The truth is finally revealed: it was [[spoiler: The Loch Ness Monster!]]
* KirksRock: In the final sketch, the distinctive rock formation is plainly visible in the distance during a chase scene.
* LadyLand: The eponymous Amazons.
* LargeHam: All over the place, but especially the cast of the bad B-Movie and the pirate captain played by William Marshall.
* MoodWhiplash: The "video date" segment goes from watching a hot woman (played by Corrine Wahl) strip for the video camera [[spoiler:to her jealous boyfriend (Andrew Dice Clay!) showing up with a gun and performing a horrifying murder-suicide.]]
* MythologyGag:
** One of the golden tapes the Video Pirates plunder is marked ''[[Film/TheKentuckyFriedMovie Cleopatra Schwartz]]''. Another is marked ''See You Next Wednesday'', which kept popping up in Landis' films. You can also see a VHS copy of ''Film/AnimalHouse'' at one point.
** One to Universal's B-Movies: The titular movie opens with the 50s [[LogoJoke Universal-International]] globe, and the music heard is from ''Film/ThisIslandEarth''.
** The producer of ''Amazon Women on the Moon'' is Samuel L. Bronkowitz, who had been previously referenced in ''The Kentucky Fried Movie'' as a producer of fictional movies in that film.
** After the credits, just like in ''Animal House'', it encourages the viewers to visit Ride/UniversalStudios and "Ask for Babs".
* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Two wildly different interpretations of this trope are presented in "Pethouse Video" and "Son of the Invisible Man"
* ObliviousJanitorCut: A street sweeper barely notices a body hitting the sidewalk behind him in a shower of broken glass.
* ProductionForeshadowing: Another one of the golden tapes is marked ''[[Series/PoliceSquad Police Squad:]] [[Film/TheNakedGun The Movie]]''.
* SelfDemonstratingArticle: Towards the start, we see a commercial from an older man on how today's youth have short attention spans. He tells the viewer how teenagers have been "weaned on television" and how they can't concentrate on something for more than a few moments... before the viewer switches channels, implying he's a teenager.
* ShowWithinAShow: A number of them, most notably the title feature they keep trying to show.
* {{Slapstick}}: Arsenio Hall's sketch in which he's repeatedly harmed by objects in his apartment. It's exaggerated to such a degree that it's almost a parody of the genre.
* SoulBrotha: Parodied with the singer Don "No Soul" Simmons.
* TheStinger: A parody of ''Film/ReeferMadness'' warning about "Social Diseases", with Creator/CarrieFisher.
* TrappedInTVLand: Murray gets sucked into the TV and wanders in and out of scenes trying to find his way out.
* TrojanGauntlet / UmpteenthCustomer: A boy who goes to a drug store to buy condoms (discreetly) for his date not only wins a prize...but becomes their spokesman, much to his horror.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Monique Gabrielle walks around completely naked everywhere, in public, museums and even church. Nobody bats an eye.
* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove: Something the human male astronauts are eager to teach to the Amazon women
* TheWhitestBlackGuy: A PSA for "Blacks Without Soul," who sing dorky songs like "Tie a Yellow Ribbon" and are David Hartman fans (he was the original anchor on ''Good Morning America'') and Republicans.
* YouFailPhysicsForever: Done deliberately as part of the parody of 50's sci-fi.

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