Films watched: ''{{The Chicken of Tomorrow}}''(short) and ''Film/TheBruteMan''

''{{The Chicken of Tomorrow}}'' is an educational short about how eugenics and gasoline mean bigger chickens on your dinner table.

!!The MST3K Treatment of ''Film/TheBruteMan'' provides:

* BalefulPolymorph: After Pearl goes on a date with a sleazy CasanovaWannabe, Clayton slips him a mickey that turns him into "the Chicken of Tomorrow".
* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: In-universe. During ''The Chicken of Tomorrow'', when one chicken says, "That's what ''you'' think, big boy!" the trio reacts, with Crow exclaiming, "That was ''weird''!"
* BigNo / MoodWhiplash: When Pearl leaves with Sandy, Dr. Forrester has an odd reaction.
-->'''Forrester:''' Mother, '''''[=NoooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooOOOO!!!!=]''''' ''(shrugs, smiling)'' Ah, well. He's not the ''first'' oily man that's taken Mother to the mat.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin
--> '''Servo''': Turns out you can purchase one of these babies with no cash!
--> '''Mike''': With no cash?!
--> '''Servo''': Yep. It's called the "no-cash" method.
* {{Landlord}}: Servo spends the episode's host segments trying to buy a house with no funds ("It's called the No-Cash method") and no clue what he's doing so he can become one of these. Mike shrugs and says that Servo's going to jail because of this.
** CrankyLandlord: In a matter of minutes after closing the purchase after the movie, Servo officially becomes one of the ten worst landlords according to the Village Voice, which does indeed have an annual list.
* NotSoStoic: Not perfectly stoic, but one of the few times Mike avoids a simple chuckle or snicker and instead doubles over and tries to muffle a series of laughs.
* OldShame: On the volume 22 DVD set, an interview with Mary Jo Pehl (who co-wrote the episode) revealed that she felt ''Film/TheBruteMan'' was one of their weaker shows and probably shouldn't have been done. In particular, she felt the film had an uneasy quality to it, since Creator/RondoHatton's disfigured face was basically exploited for the plot.
** Writer Paul Chaplin echoes the sentiment in the Season 7 episode guide, conceding that Mr. Hatton was paid, and that movie work is good work, but that doesn't really make up for how film exploits his affliction.
* OnlyAFleshWound: The crew remarks that Hal moved slowly before getting shot. Afterwards...he walks exactly the same: too slowly for them.
* ReallyGetsAround: When Helen tells The Creeper to go to her bedroom, to hide, Tom's reaction was pretty surprised.
* RunningGag: Mike says "Creeper, creeper, creeper..." numerous times in the episode.
** The look-out guard who keeps smoking cigarettes gets good mileage out of Mike and the bots.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: The Creeper's a distinctive figure on city streets, but people seem to pass him by without blinking an eye:
-->'''Servo:''' (as random citizen) Hey, Creeper!\\
'''Crow:''' (as Creeper) Hey, person.
* WhatDidIDoLastNight: During ''The Chicken of Tomorrow'', Crow riffs this over a shot of a soggy-looking chick who has just hatched.
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[[TheStinger "Creeper, Creeper, Creeper... you give]] ''[[TheStinger me]]'' [[TheStinger the creeps!"]]