Film watched: Star Force Fugitive Alien II
This is one of the nine Sandy Frank Japanese films originally used for a KTMA episode that was riffed again a few years later on Comedy Central
- Big Head Mode: Joel's Invention Exchange, the Big Head. It makes an appearance in the next two episodes, and again in episode 323.
- Gag Nose: The Mads' Big Noses.
- Irony: The first fan letter Joel reads on the show is from a kid who rants about how he hates school, and would rather spend his time watching MST3K. Joel clearly has difficulty reading the letter, and the writer even acknowledges that he has trouble writing and spelling. Did we mention this kid is also apparently 13 years old (at least at the time this episode aired)?
- Lost Forever: The KTMA episode is one of three not known to have been recorded by fans. The master apparently exists within the Best Brains vault, but due to the crew's views on the KTMA episodes, it may never be released to the public.
- Medical Drama: Parodied with Joel reviving Servo with a Magical Defibrillator and Crow going to Shatner mode.
- Rule of Funny: What's the point of the big noses? Well, they're just... really big!
- Running Gag: Continuing from the first film, Joel and the bots' singing "He tried to kill me with a forklift" whenever the theme music plays.
- Every time Rocky's name is mentioned, Crow invokes Rocky the Flying Squirrel and says, "Again?" Eventually Joel loses his temper.
- Your Head A Splode: Resulting in Servo nearly dying.
"Captain, I've got it fixed! It's all working again!"