- The Shawshank Redemption
- Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
- Four Weddings and a Funeral
- Tom And Viv
- Forrest Gump
- Pulp Fiction
- Quiz Show
- Queen Margot
- Pricilla: Queen of the Desert
- The Lion King
- Heavenly Creatures
- Little Women
- Blue Sky
- Hoop Dreams
Little Gold Statue is a special that breaks from the show's format of B-Movies to talk about better films, specifically the 1995 Oscar Nominees. Unlike the later Sci-Fi specials, Mike and and Bots don't riff on the movie clips, but Crow and Servo introduce the clips proper.
The Segments:Segment 1
- Crow and Servo introduce the special with Best Make-Up to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, with a pre-recorded interview with Kenneth Branagh. The two Bots move on to Best Picture, Four Weddings and a Funeral, with a horrifying clarification from Mike. They also announce that Ed Asner would be appearing, not Mike in costume. They move on to Best Actress and pick Best Director by using the nominees' looks, which leads to much swooning to their choice.
- Crow and Servo show another Best Picture nominee, Forrest Gump, much to Servo's disgust. They then move on to Best Costume with Queen Margot, with disdain to the Frenchiness and Pricilla: Queen of the Desert, perfect for the average gay Joe. The two call up Gypsy for some interviews, but she is only live in her room. Best Song is next, with Elton John, described as "an intense creature" by an interviewee, and a gross out clip from Junior. With no other clips from the film, Crow and Servo sing.
- They move to another Best Picture nominees, with Quiz Show and Best Screenplay with Red and Heavenly Creatures. They show another Best Actress nominee with Little Women, with Crow's protests of a chick flick and Blue Sky, proclaiming this year as the year of the mental woman.
- Ed Asner appears on the bridge, with Mike in costume, and an attempt with a look at Hoop Dreams. Then on to Pulp Fiction, with John Travolta's ego and the film's foul language and recommending it as fun for the whole family.
The special provides examples of:
- Abstract Scale: Crow and Servo judge "Best Director" judging the nominates' looks. When Robert Redford is chosen, the two Bot describe him in detail.
- Berserk Button: "Life is like a box of chocolates" manages to severely piss Tom off.
- Call-Back: The song that plays during the Robert Redford montages is "The Greatest Frank of All".
- Captain Obvious: Here's Tom and Crow's take on Quiz Show:Tom: When you look at all the movies nominated for Best Picture, Quiz Show is one of them.Crow: Quiz Show featured actors acting, a plot, and an outcome. Let's watch.
- Later, Crow delights us with some Oscar trivia:Crow: Did you know that, for the very first year in Oscar history, Pulp Fiction was nominated along with four other nominees that have never been nominated before?
- Later, Crow delights us with some Oscar trivia:
- Cut Short: The Hoop Dreams clip, much to Crow and Tom's (and Mike's) displeasure.
- Damned by Faint Praise: Tom and Crow declare Pulp Fiction will win Best Picture based solely on how morally reprehesible they find it.
- A Day in the Limelight: This is essentially Crow and Tom's episode. Mike appears a few times, but only has a few lines, and Gypsy is a voice-only cameo.
- Epic Fail: At one point, Crow and Tom try and go to Gypsy doing live interviews in the field. In actually, they get Gypsy doing live Pop Tart-cookings in her room... alone.
- Even the Guys Want Him: Robert Redford for Crow and Tom.
- Implausible Deniability: Throughout the special, Crow and Servo announce that Ed Asner would be arriving, not Mike Nelson in costume.
- Locked Out of the Loop: Tom and Crow are notably confused with the Four Weddings and a Funeral clip, wondering what Andie MacDowell's character was talking about (in regards to her counting her previous "experiences"). And then Mike comes in to clarify...
- Notable Original Music: Tom's versions of "Look What Love Has Done" and "Make Up Your Mind", given how he was guessing how they went...
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Mike's Ed Asner costume is him with "Ed Asner" written on a name tag.
- Running Gag: In all segments, Crow and Servo are eating something while introducing the movie clips.
- Something We Forgot: The Stinger in spades.
- The Tape Knew You Would Say That: Subverted: Crow doesn't realize at first that they are using clips from pre-recorded interviews, and as such gets mad that Kenneth Branagh seemingly would rather discuss themes instead of make-up.
- What the Hell, Hero?: At the end of the special, Mike is very obviously upset over how the special went.Mike: What the heck was this about, anyway?!