"The movie was made bearable only by the fact that we ate sushi for lunch. Also, Krankor and company's droopy crotch areas made me have to close my eyes so I missed a good deal of the movie."
- Bridget Jones
The Mystery Science Theater 3000 presentation has examples of:
All Anime Is Naughty Tentacles, Apparently, the men at the beginning watch ultra-violent porn cartoons. Later, ultra-violent porn comics are mentioned.
Artistic License – Sports: A mild case - the crew responds to the line "It's the Commissioner!" with "Pete Rozelle?" At the time the film was released (1959), the NFL commissioner would've been Rozelle's predecessor, Bert Bell (Rozelle took over in 1960). At the time of the MST3K episode's airing (1997), Rozelle had long since been succeeded as commissioner by Paul Tagliabue (He'd also been dead for a year).
Bizarro Episode, both In-Universe and out: The SOL spends the episode travelling through a Negative Space Wedgie, resulting in such weirdness as Mike being retconned into a ventriloquist puppet robot, the characters being knocked into separate timeframes while trying to have a conversation, and the Satellite's bridge spontaneously morphing into a "sylvan glen".
The "sylvan glen" sketch is notable as being the only outdoor shot in the show's entire ten-year run. And for those curious, it was the corporate park behind the studio.
Brain Bleach: Mike and the 'bots don't react well to Japanese penises perfectly outlined in costumes that apparently the actors had to go commando in.
Mike:(disgusted) What gets into some civilizations?!
Undies were apparently not a huge thing for the Japanese back then, so it's less "had to" and more "why bother?"
Cliff Hanger: "Welcome... to Roman Times!" "Guards, seize them!" (dramatic sting)
The Oner: One of the skits has Mike and the Bots doing one long take with their personal clocks set about three seconds part. That they held it together and kept to the time dilation is a thing of wonder.