Film watched: ''[[Film/SanFranciscoInternationalAirport San Francisco International]]''

-->''The focal point of this failed TV pilot is the astounding pomposity and self-absorption of Pernell Roberts. He plays an airport administrator. You'd think that's a pretty mundane job and you'd be right, but Pernell struts and preens like balding cock-of-the-walk."
-->--'''The MysteryScienceTheater3000 Amazing Colossal Episode Guide'''

!!The MST3K treatment has examples of:
* {{Bowdlerize}}: "Oh, it's a made-for-TV hippie!"
* CallBack: "[[Film/WarriorOfTheLostWorld MEGAWEAPON!]]"
** The host segments feature return appearances from characters including [[Film/TheBrainThatWouldntDie Jan in the Pan]], [[Film/SantaClaus1959 Santa Claus and Pitch]], [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S05E24TwelveToTheMoon Nuveena]], and of course [[Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate Torgo]] (who brings the room down as usual).
* DullSurprise: The general reaction to the plane in trouble [[spoiler: (or not)]] during the opening credits.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Crow and Tom suggest various sexy things to do with Tab Hunter ("I'd like to run a tab... all over my body!"), but one crack got past the censors:
-->'''Crow:''' Hey, what do you say we ''split'' that Tab?
** When Tab Hunter leaves the men's room Tom says "That was a ''très bien merde''", the italicized words meaning "very good shit" in French.
** Somehow they got ''this'' line past the censors:
-->'''Mike:''' ''(as made-for-TV hippie William)'' The answer, my friend, is, "Blow it out your ass!"
* HeyItsThatGuy: A verbal example. Crow astutely points out that Pernell Roberts is looking "John Schuckonian" at one point.
* HilariousInHindsight: [[invoked]] "[[http://www.advocate.com/politics/2012/11/20/dan-savage-explains-origins-porno-pete Porno Pete]]".
* FanDisservice: Shirtless, sunburned Forrester and Frank as they do construction work (although Forrester is surprisingly buff).
* LargeHam: Dana Elcar as the outraged, hippie-hating Mr. Woodruff.
* MythologyGag: When Clu Gulager appeared in ''Master Ninja II'', the cast mistakenly called him "Clu ''Gallagher''", and were astonished to realize his name was actually Gulager later on, the reason Crow exclaims, "Clu ''Gulager''? [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude What kind of last name]] is ''Gulager''?!"
* OnlySaneMan: After an increasing number of guests from previous episodes show up to laugh hysterically at Mike's Urkel impression, [[Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate Torgo]] shuffles into Deep 13 to proclaim that he's "[=nEvER BEeN a bIg URkEl FAn=]"; the moment immediately collapses as the guests find other things to do.
* TheOtherDarrin: [[invoked]] Pointed out by Crow.
-->'''Crow:''' Uh, Lloyd Bridges is replacing you when we go to series.
* OverlyLongGag: Mike Nelson does an impression of [[FamilyMatters Steve Urkel]] during all three host segments.
* PlankGag: Mike {{Lampshades}} and [[InvokedTrope Invokes]] the Trope, demonstrating it to the 'bots. Unfortunately, he does far more damage to them than he planned.
-->'''Crow:''' I'm... I'm seeing a light, Mike. I'm going down a long hallway and I see a light. Is that you with me, Jesus?
-->'''Servo:''' ''(dazed)'' No more with the board. Please, Mister, don't hit me with the board again.
* RunningGag: Mike and the 'bots are constantly implying that the divorce is all Davey's fault and that nobody loves him.
--> '''Tina Scott:''' ''(to Davey)'' It's just that sometimes married people--
--> '''Mike:''' ''(as Tina)'': --break up because of their kids.
--> '''Tina:''' --simply have to live apart for a while.
--> '''Servo:''' ''(as Tina)'' Apart from their kids, I mean.
--> '''Davey:''' You're going to get a divorce.
--> '''Mike:''' ''(as Tina)'' Yes, and ''I'' don't want custody.
--> '''Tina:''' That hasn't been decided.
--> '''Crow:''' ''(as Tina)'' Although because of you, it's very likely.
--> '''Davey:''' Do we have to go now?
--> '''Servo:''' ''(as Tina) You'' have to go now.
** And then, later, as Jim and Davey fly over the city:
---> '''Crow:''' ''(as Jim)'' Davey, all those people down there are getting divorced because of you.
** They get downright ''abusive'' with Davey just for being Davey.
--->'''Servo:''' ''(as Jim)'' Davey, when you die, a great nothingness awaits you.
** Pernell's hairpiece.
** The ugliness of Robert Sorrells and his ears.
--->'''Mike:''' He's a ''handsome'' rat.
* ShirtlessScene: Funnily enough, Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank in the first segment.
* ShoutOut: In one of the riffs, Crow asks "So, where's George Kennedy in all of this?", a reference to Kennedy's recurring role as Joe Patroni in the ''Film/{{Airport}}'' movies.
* TakeThat: The Urkel host segments were basically one big jab at the immense popularity of Urkel at the time and how (in the show's eyes) [[HypeBacklash undeserved the acclaim was]].
* TokenMinority:
-->'''Mike:''' ''(to Frank Davis)'' And thank you, Token!
** Later:
--->'''Crow:''' Here's your script. You'll be playing Black Woman On Plane.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: "Oop, child of a messy divorce on Runway 2."
* TheVietnamWar:
--> '''Davey''' (as he packs up his things): Mom, I don't want to go. You know what I mean.
--> '''Tina:''' Yes, I know what you mean.
--> '''Crow''' (as Tina): But they need you in Vietnam.

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