Film watched: ''Film/HerculesAgainstTheMoonMen''
!!The ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode provides examples of the following tropes:
* AwesomeMcCoolname: After getting muscular arms, Joel advises the Bots to adopt "tough guy names," meaning their last name has to be some kind of hard substance, like Alan Steele from the movie. Tom doesn't quite get it.
* CallBack: "[[FromBadToWorse THERE'S GONNA BE]] [[Film/LostContinent ROCK CLIMBING!]] AAAAAH!"
** Unfortunately, although there was very little rock climbing, there was {{Padding}}. See ToThePain.
* HeroicBSOD: Joel and the bots have a mini-one during the sandstorm scene.
* PoorMansSubstitute: [[invoked]] Discussed at length in one of the host segments. Crow complains that Alan Steele is just a cheap knockoff of Steve Reeves, and Joel calls the phenomenon "The Wayne Rogers Effect" (named for the actor who replaced Elliott Gould in the TV adaptation of ''Series/{{MASH}}''). Then the discussion gets a little ''too'' real when Crow points out that Gypsy's beloved Richard Basehart (from ''Series/VoyageToTheBottomOfTheSea'') was really the poor man's substitute for Walter Pigeon [[Film/VoyageToTheBottomOfTheSea from the original film]].
* NotableOriginalMusic: The Pants Song!
* OverlyLongGag: The "booby" host segment.
* RunningGag: "Hey, it's (insert celebrity name)!"
** The very Roman-inspired mooks being accompanied by Joel and the Bots quipping "Pizza! Pizza!" (referencing Little Caesars Pizza) whenever they appeared on-screen. Becomes a moment of hilarity when a horde of them mob one character.
* SheCleansUpNicely: The TropeNamer (though the exact line is "She cleans up real nice.").
* {{Squick}}: In-universe, over Hercules' skimpy clothes.
* ZeroesAndOnes: Joel provides the page quote.

->''[[TheStinger [spikes shoot out of wall]]]'' [[TheStinger "AAAGGGHH!!!"]]