Recap / Mystery Science Theater 3000 S 02 E 07 Wild Rebels
Wild Rebels Wild Rebels
was released on the Collection Volume 9 box set, and was also released on iTunes as a standalone episode.
The Mystery Science Theater 3000 presentation has examples of: Early Installment Weirdness: The only episode in which the theater is actually called the "Mystery Science Theater." The Exit Is That Way: After a tense confrontation ends with Rod carefully backing out the door of the shack:
Crow: "That's... the closet." Getting Crap Past the Radar / Genius Bonus: This sequence: Joel: What's the extra E for? Crow: The extra E is for extra...- Servo: IXNAY! note Crow: Banjo! Quit playing yourself! Gretzky Has the Ball: A riff involving Rod being dropped off at the club by an old guy in a ballcap.
Tom (as Rod): "Yeah, whatever. Good luck with the football team, or whatever it is you do." Inadvertent Entrance Cue: Early in the movie, Joel and the bots mention in a riff. Gypsy rushes into the theater and excitedly asks, "Richard Basehart?" Joel tells her she misheard and she leaves. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Out-of-Character Moment: This is one of the few, if only, episodes to showcase what Gypsy would act like if she wasn't using the vast majority of her energy on maintaining the functions on the SOL. She is a lot more articulate and intelligent. Of course, her brief moment like this is kept short, because when she's not running the ship, Joel can't breathe. Running Gag (in future experiments): "That square bugs me... he really bugs meee!!!" and "You and your friends are the only creeps in this place!" Russian Reversal: Jeeter:
(Inviting Rod to crash at their shack) It's not very much, but it's, uh, what we call home.
Sophisticated as Hell: While explaining Jeeter's Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness, Joel claims that many East Coast intellectuals have ridden in biker gangs. With Lyrics: singing along with the lousy band during the bar scene: "My lunch goes BLEEEECCCCHHHH!!!"