What's a fun thing to do with the mysterious, unknowable forces controlling the universe? Play hide-and-seek with them!
Segment 1/Invention Exchange
In a bid to increase power towel safety (by being as far from the tool as possible), Joel builds a radio remote-control saw. Dr. Forrester, meanwhile, has fused his own head with the bell of a baritone saxophone.
Phantom creeps are able to blow up anything, and the Satellite of Love has just the products you need to stop them!
Inspired by the binocular views in the movie, Joel demonstrates other kinds of camera mattes, with Crow and Tom providing colorful commentary relevant to each one.
The film's pilots stop by the SOL and demand various things. But hey, they demonstrated their magic fire sticks in the process.
It's My White Goddess, starring Joel Robinson, wherein the jungle goddess is starting to adapt to life back in civilization! At least Frank enjoys it.
The MST3K treatment provides examples of:
And Introducing: Apparently the screen acting debut of behind-the-scenes man Jim Mallon as fake Bob so they included an "and introducing" buried in the credits; Frank also gets one but he had at least a few episodes with that credit. Jerry the bug man may piggyback on Mallon's introducing credit.