[[caption-width-right:350:Gabriel is out for justice!]]

Film watched: ''Film/AngelsRevenge''

!!The Segments:
* Crow announces to Mike and Servo that he has amnesia. He suggests Mike to hit him with mallet, which he does. Crow then remembers that it wasn't amnesia but actually the band Ambrosia.

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* Mikes tries to hammer Crow, but he keeps missing. Frank and Dr. Forrester are dressed up as 70s baseball players Tug [=McGraw=] and Rollie Fingers as their plan to increase ratings for the show. Their next step is to turn Mike and the Bots into the cast of ''Series/{{Renegade}}''. The plan is successful at first, but declines when Mike and the Bots turn back to normal.

[[AC:Segment 2]]
* Crow shows off his new script, ''Chocolate Jones and the Temple of Funk'', much to everyone else's dismay.

[[AC:Segment 3]]
* Mike does his [[Series/HappyDays Fonzie]] impression, but Crow and Servo have none of that, he understands though.

[[AC:Segment 4]]
* The SOL gets shaken up as Creator/AaronSpelling's house flies by. Even the {{eyecatch}} shakes too.

[[AC:Segment 5]]
* Servo shows off his new invention, the Shame-o-Meter which measures shame in Lawfords. It goes crazy when it measures Frank and Dr. Forrester dressed as tennis players Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King.

!!The [=MST3K=] treatment provides examples of:
* AbsenteeActor: In a rare instance of this trope appearing in a movie, [[Series/TheUntouchables Neville Brand]] (who plays Miller) is completely cut out of the version used on [=MST3K=], despite his name being left in the credits.
* {{Blaxploitation}}: Parodied, with Crow's script for ''Chocolate Jones and the Temple of Funk''.
* CallBack:
** "Great, Film/{{Mitchell}}'s here!"
** "It's [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S03E01CaveDwellers Miles O'Keeffe]] with breasts!
** "This doesn't do it for me like that similar scene in ''Film/TheViolentYears''."
* CreatorBacklash. [[invoked]] Mildly. Greydon Clark stated, "Some of the stuff those guys did was very funny, some not so much. The same could be said for my film itself." His only real issue was that the television edit excluded Neville Brand and that he didn't see a penny from the renewed notoriety of the film (thanks to the fact the television rights to the film was independently distributed.)
* CreepyCrossdresser: Dr. Forrester maintains his mustache while dressing as female tennis player Billie Jean King.
* DirtyOldMan: How Servo portrays Arthur Godfrey.
* ExecutiveMeddling: In-universe example. The ratings of ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' are dropping, so Dr. Forrester keeps trying to change the format, by him and TV's Frank pretending to be Tug [=McGraw=] and Rollie Fingers or Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King, and by turning Mike and the bots into the cast of ''Series/{{Renegade}}''.
* FollowTheLeader:
-->'''Crow:''' "Hey... This is a lot like ''Series/CharliesAngels''!"
-->'''Servo:''' "Yeah!"
* GeniusBonus:
** Those aware of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey#LaRosa_incident the LaRosa incident]] will find the "You're fired!" and "You have no humility!" riffs even funnier. [[invoked]]
** Those with knowledge of the falling out [[http://www.examiner.com/article/the-rat-pack-the-sad-case-of-peter-lawford-and-his-son between]] Peter Lawford and FrankSinatra will get a few more chuckles, too.
* HilariousInHindsight: [[invoked]] Looking at VFormationTeamShot:
-->'''Mike:''' Hey, where was Bruce Jenner in this shot?
-->'''Servo:''' He's the one on the left.
* HiroshimaAsAUnitOfMeasure: Tom Servo's Shame-ometer measured the embarrassment of talented and/or well-known actors appearing in a bad movie in Lawfords, after Peter Lawford's uninspired turn in ''Angels Revenge''. Forrester and TV's Frank practically break the machine dressing as Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.
* IHaveBoobsYouMustObey:
-->'''April:''' We've got surprise on our side!
-->'''Servo:''' And we have THESE!
* ItsQuietTooQuiet:
-->'''Servo:''' It's gorgeous out here. A little ''too'' gorgeous.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Subverted despite Crow's insistence to Mike: "I can't believe it--I, Crow T. Robot, have amnesia. I can't remember ''you,'' I can't remember ''Cambot''...." Eventually he realizes that what he actually had was Ambrosia. (He then begins singing, "Make a wish, baby!" prompting the others to hit him over the head just to make him stop.)
* MaleGaze: Early in the movie, we get a shot straight up a ladder as a woman is climbing it, and Crow quips "Hey, you're giving away the plot!"
* MoneyDearBoy: Mike and the Bots theorize that Jack Palance and Peter Lawford had to have been paid entirely in Scotch, and lament that Jim Backus wouldn't have had to be in the movie, had he gotten residuals from ''[[Series/GilligansIsland Gilligan's Island]]''.
** This was also at the lowest point in Arthur Godfrey's career, who was at this point ''desperate'' for work.
--->'''Mike:''' ''(as Godfrey)'' You're all ''fired!''
** Though Jim Backus didn't have to worry about that. After all, according to Crow, this was his first film after he died.
* NauseaFuel: Mike and the Bots barf when one of the characters takes off his shirt.
* PromotionToParent: Michelle had one of these regarding Bobby. We think.
--> '''Michelle:''' He won't even tell me who beat him up. The doctor said he was on drugs.
--> '''Crow''' (as Michelle): How am I related to him, again?
* RaceLift: Mike is uncomfortable being the lead in a {{Blaxploitation}} film; Crow thinks he's the [[Series/SoulTrain Don Cornelius]] of TheNineties.
* RecycledScript: Invoked, as Mike notes that Crow's ''Chocolate Jones and the Temple of Funk'' is just a {{Blaxploitation}} ''Earth Vs. Soup''.
* RootingForTheEmpire[[invoked]]:
-->'''Crow:''' You know, I'm starting to root for the drug dealers.
* RunningGag: "Should I shine my love?"
** The ladies' airheadedness. ("It's anonymous!")
** Jack Palance impersonations abound.
** The older actors' embarrassing turns in this awful movie, culminating in Servo's invention of the Shame-ometer (or Sha-''mom''-eter).
--> '''Mike''' (watching Jim Backus as a rather kooky white supremacist): You know, suddenly I long for the quiet dignity of Pat Buttram's performance.
* SelfParody: The bots' decisive action to end Mike's Fonzie impression is a callback to how his [[Series/FamilyMatters Steve Urkel]] impression took over all the host segments in ''[[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S06E14SanFranciscoInternational San Francisco International]]''.
* ShareTheMalePain: After the GroinAttack on Sticks, the crew reacts appropriately.
-->'''Servo:''' That hurt ''me''!
* SomethingPerson: "This looks like a job for Girl Woman!"
* StockSoundEffects: Lampshaded.
-->'''Servo:''' Okay, sound by Creator/HannaBarbera, fine.
* TheSeventies: All of the host segments have something to do with The Seventies.
** During the end credits of ''Angel's Revenge'', Mike and the bots ponder who invented the '70's.
* ThisIsGonnaSuck:
-->'''Crow:''' All right, y'know what? I'm just giving in, and looking at the breasts.
-->'''Mike:''' No, don't...
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: "Do those brightly lit, tight-white-jumpsuit-clad, deeply décolletaged women have anything to do with this?"
* WereStillRelevantDammit: [[invoked]] At the end of the experiment, the Mads dress up as tennis players in order to stay topical and current.
* WithLyrics: To the action music, as Trish sprints to Peter Lawford's hilltop mansion: "Running, and running, and running, and really really running, and running, and running, and running, yes, she's running...."

->'''Michelle:''' [[TheStinger "Shine shine, shine your love..."]]