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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11
Year: 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | unknown

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 0: The Green Slime

Earth-orbiting inventor Joel Hodgson invites us to watch The Green Slime (1968) with him and his robot friends.

Season 1, Episode 1: Invaders from the Deep

24 November 1988
In between tending to some sick vacuum-flowers, Joel Hodgson and his robot buddy Crow begin their first movie-riffing experiment aboard the Satellite of Love.

Season 1, Episode 2: Revenge of the Mysterons from Mars

24 November 1988
Joel and his faithful robot companions celebrate Thanksgiving by scarfing down a chopped up Captain Scarlet serial repackaged as a TV film.

Season 1, Episode 3: Star Force: Fugitive Alien II

27 November 1988
Today's experiment features real humans from Japan and a budget that must've been tens of dollars.

Season 1, Episode 4: Gamera vs. Barugon

4 December 1988
The historic first meeting between Gamera and the crew of the Satellite of Love.

Season 1, Episode 5: Gamera

11 December 1988
Crow is a frozen Christmas tree and Tom is busy, so Joel has to watch the original Gamera film all by himself.

Season 1, Episode 6: Gamera vs. Gaos

18 December 1988
Tom Servo gets his new "Mighty Voice" and a chance to use it during another Gamera film. Crow is still frozen.

Season 1, Episode 7: Gamera vs. Zigra

31 December 1988
Crow gets unfrozen just in time for yet another Gamera film, and we meet the Mads for the first time.

Season 1, Episode 8: Gamera vs. Guiron

8 January 1989
As two Earth boys plead for Gamera to rescue them from a planet of cannibals, Crow experiences a wonderful dream in which he turn the tables on the Mads.

Season 1, Episode 9: Phase IV

15 January 1989
This week's film is a deep sci-fi story about ants that leaves Crow wishing he'd brought a pair of boots into the theater.

Season 1, Episode 10: Cosmic Princess

22 January 1989
The stranded crew of the Satellite of Love have no sympathy for the stranded crew of Moonbase Alpha when they take in two repackaged episodes of Space: 1999.

Season 1, Episode 11: Humanoid Woman

29 January 1989
A Russian film about a bug-eyed alien babe is the backdrop for a variety of antics aboard the Satellite of Love.

Season 1, Episode 12: Fugitive Alien

5 February 1989
With Crow disassembled, Joel and Servo are left by themselves to tackle Part 1 of this baffling Japanese sci-fi epic.

Season 1, Episode 13: SST: Death Flight

19 February 1989
Joel, Crow, and Servo sit through a star-studded TV movie about a doomed SST flight while Gypsy goes through some interesting changes.

Season 1, Episode 14: Mighty Jack

5 March 1989
The 007-ish exploits of Mighty Jack -- a government organization created to defeat the notorious crime syndicate known as "Q" -- took everything that was bad about espionage movies and threw the rest out.

Season 1, Episode 15: Superdome

12 March 1989
Servo writes a letter to his uncle in which he recalls many fond memories of his time aboard the satellite. Meanwhile, the crew are subjected to a TV drama about a New Orleans Super Bowl full of intrigue, romance, and catfish.

Season 1, Episode 16: City on Fire

19 March 1989
This week's experiment is disastrous disaster film City on Fire (1979), which assures viewers the events depicted could happen in any city, anywhere. Even, as Tom points out, while we're watching this.

Season 1, Episode 17: Time of the Apes

2 April 1989
Adapted (i.e., shredded and stitched into incoherence) from the 1974 Japanese series Saru No Gundan, Time Of The Apes follows the travails of a scientist and two small children who are accidentally frozen and thaw into a future ruled by apes.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Million Eyes of Sumuru

7 May 1989
As groovy femme fatale Sumuru plots world domination, Joel gets even with the 'bots for locking him out of the ship.

Season 1, Episode 19: Hangar 18

14 May 1989
The crew discover disturbing secrets in Crow's memory bank while watching a film about bland government officials investigating, and then trying to cover up, a flying saucer crash.

Season 1, Episode 20: The Last Chase

21 May 1989
This week's film features two intrepid heroes fleeing their Orwellian futuristic society in a souped-up racecar - but Joel and friends are more interested in reading fan mail from their adoring public.

Season 1, Episode 21: The Legend of Dinosaurs

28 May 1989
Joel and the Bots suffer through a dreary '70s dinosaur movie from Japan. Where's 'Doug McClure' when you need him?
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Hodgson
J. Elvis Weinstein ... Tom Servo / Gypsy / Dr. Laurence Erhardt (as Josh Weinstein)

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forester

Kevin Murphy ... Cambot
Ralph Smith ... Special Guest
Mrs. Smith ... Special Guest (credit only) (as Ralph's Mom)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Crawling Eye

18 November 1989
In the first national broadcast of MST3K, the Mads have moved into Deep 13, Joel has spruced up the Bots, and Forrest Tucker sleepwalks his way through this week's literally eye-popping film.

Season 2, Episode 2: The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy

25 November 1989
The Mads fall victim to their own newly-installed security system, and the unfortunately-shaped Satellite of Love is besieged by Demon Dogs hoping to pray to the Giant Bone.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Mad Monster

2 December 1989
Things get hairy on the Satellite of Love thanks to the lupine antics of The Mad Monster (1942) and the second chapter of Radar Men from the Moon (1952).

Season 2, Episode 4: Women of the Prehistoric Planet

20 February 1990
Our intrepid hosts are trapped between Isaac Asimov's Literary Doomsday Device and Robert Ito from "Quincy M.E." (1976) in a fur caveman outfit.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Corpse Vanishes

9 December 1989
Joel introduces the chiro-gyro at the invention exchange while the Mads show off their flame-throwing flower. In the theater, Joel and the Bots get the third installment of "Radar Men from the Moon" before the Bela Lugosi film "The Corpse Vanishes".

Season 2, Episode 6: The Crawling Hand

16 December 1989
Joel and the Bots have a tough time agreeing on how to spend their free time between segments of the teen sci-fi thriller "The Crawling Hand".

Season 2, Episode 7: Robot Monster

23 December 1989
The guys watch a post-apocalyptic film about aliens and robots, riff on two more installments of "Radar Men from the Moon", and try to understand surrealism.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Slime People

30 December 1989
The crew puts Commando Cody on trial for "crimes against reality" after watching the sixth episode of Radar Men while slime monsters invade Los Angeles in "The Slime People".

Season 2, Episode 9: Project Moonbase

6 January 1990
Joel and the Bots watch two more Commando Cody episodes and a film about a sabotaged space station. They also introduce their new product SPACOM to the Mads.

Season 2, Episode 10: Robot Holocaust

13 January 1990
When the ninth chapter of Radar Men from the Moon (1952) encounters technical difficulties, it gives the Mads an earlier opportunity to bring the Satellite of Love and its crew to their knees via Robot Holocaust (1986).

Season 2, Episode 11: Moon Zero Two

20 January 1990
The crew stages their own moon landing pageant as they watch the film Moon Zero Two (1969) about an astronaut hired to capture an asteroid made of sapphires.

Season 2, Episode 12: Untamed Youth

27 January 1990
Joel invents a pipe with a smoke detector and a sprinkler system built in for the invention exchange. The guys watch a 1950s teen flick about youths sentenced to manual labor at a cotton farm.
Joel Hodgson ... Joel

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow / Dr. Clayton Forrester
J. Elvis Weinstein ... Servo / Dr. Laurence Erhardt (as Josh Weinstein)
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy
Jann Johnson ... Magic Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Black Scorpion

3 February 1990
Giant scorpions rise out of a volcano and attack Mexico in The Black Scorpion (1957) while the Bots throw a party for Joel.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Rocketship X-M

22 September 1990
An expedition to the moon goes wrong when a group of astronauts accidentally lands on Mars in Rocketship X-M (1950). Joel and the Bots are visited by Valeria from "Robot Holocaust" and Frank learns to push the button.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Sidehackers

29 September 1990
A motorcycle racer and a violent stunt rider start a war of vengeance against each other. Joel and the Bots write a song inspired by the movie and chat with a few characters from the film on the Hexfield.

Season 3, Episode 3: Jungle Goddess

6 October 1990
An heiress stranded in Africa is made queen of the jungle in the feature film and Bela Lugosi stars in the short The Phantom Creeps (1939). Joel and the Bots create their own infomercial.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy / Imperialistic Alien 2

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo
Frank Conniff ... Frank

Michael J. Nelson ... Imperialistic Alien 1
Jim Smith ... Jerry
Alexandra Carr ... Magic Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Catalina Caper

13 October 1990
A map heist goes horribly wrong off the coast of Catalina and it's up to a bunch of scantily clad scuba-partying teens to save the day.

Season 3, Episode 5: Rocket Attack U.S.A.

27 October 1990
The crew watches the second chapter of The Phantom Creeps (1939) and a film about an American spy sent to the Soviet Union to investigate a missile attack. Joel hosts a quiz show with the Bots.

Season 3, Episode 6: Ring of Terror

3 November 1990
A college med student's final fraternity initiation goes wrong when he's assigned to retrieve a gold ring from a cadaver he had recently performed an autopsy on.

Season 3, Episode 7: Wild Rebels

17 November 1990
The crew takes on The Wild Rebels (1967), a movie about a stock-car racer who is recruited as a getaway driver for a biker gang. The guys get into the spirit of the film by making a commercial for "Wild Rebels" cereal and Joel explains how to appreciate a bad movie.

Season 3, Episode 8: Lost Continent

24 November 1990
A military team sent to search for a lost rocket ends up trapped on a mountain inhabited by dinosaurs in Lost Continent (1951). Joel refuses to enter the theater during movie sign but the Mads have ways of forcing him into the theater.

Season 3, Episode 9: The Hellcats

8 December 1990
Joel and the 'bots attempt to puzzle out what's going on in the unintelligible biker film, The Hellcats (1968). Flashbacks from earlier episodes fill out the host segments.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester (also archive footage)
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson (also archive footage)
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo (also archive footage)
Frank Conniff ... Frank
Alexandra Carr ... Magic Voice (voice) (uncredited)
J. Elvis Weinstein ... Tom Servo (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: King Dinosaur

22 December 1990
Joel and the Bots watch X Marks the Spot (1942), a short in which a reckless driver finds himself on trial in heaven for his carelessness behind the wheel. In King Dinosaur (1955), the crew pokes fun as scientists are terrorized by snakes, bugs, and dinosaurs on a newly discovered planet.

Season 3, Episode 11: First Spaceship on Venus

29 December 1990
Joel and the 'bots suffer through First Spaceship on Venus (1960). A gorilla in a foreign ship attacks the Satellite of Love.

Season 3, Episode 12: Godzilla vs. Megalon

19 January 1991
The Mads force Joel and the 'bots to watch Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973), the cheesy Japanese monster mash featuring Godzilla's infamous flying kick.

Season 3, Episode 13: Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster

2 February 1991
The Mads force another Godzilla movie on Joel and the Bots. In this one, a group of friends are shipwrecked on an island guarded by a crab monster named Ebirah while Godzilla sleeps in a nearby cave. The Bots meet Mothra on the Hexfield and the Mads start re-thinking the structure of their experiments.

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: Cave Dwellers

1 June 1991
Joel and the Bots endure Miles O'Keeffe as Ator while Doctor F. endures Frank's efforts to be Mike Douglas.

Season 4, Episode 2: Gamera

8 June 1991
A giant mutated turtle wakes from eons of slumber and attacks Japan in Daikaijû Gamera (1965). The Bots create their own beauty salon and are treated to a visit from Gamera himself on the Hexfield.

Season 4, Episode 3: Pod People

15 June 1991
Alien eggs hatch on Earth after a meteor crash which spells trouble for a vacationing family, a singer on tour with his entourage, and a pair of poachers in "Pod People" (Extra Terrestrial Visitors (1983)). Joel and the Bots listen to some "new age" music and write their own song.

Season 4, Episode 4: Gamera vs. Barugon

22 June 1991
The Mads send the crew another Gamera movie. This time, a group of travelers scour the jungle in search of a giant opal. What they find is actually the egg of a lizard-dog creature called Barugon. Later, Joel and the Bots enjoy a simulated day at the beach.

Season 4, Episode 5: Stranded in Space

29 June 1991
The gang on the Satellite of Love have a gag weapon war with the Mads and watch an unsuccessful TV pilot about an astronaut stranded on an Earth-like planet where "perfect order" rules.

Season 4, Episode 6: Time of the Apes

13 July 1991
Joel and the Bots watch a Japanese rip-off of Planet of the Apes, stage their own version of "Inherit the Wind", and Crow shows off the latest in ape fashion.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo
Frank Conniff ... Frank
Eli Kenneth Mallon ... Miracle Growth Baby (before)

Timothy Scott ... Miracle Growth Baby (after)
Alexandra Carr ... Magic Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Daddy-O

20 July 1991
The crew riff on the short "Alphabet Antics" before watching Daddy-O (1958), a film about a group of teenage beatniks who spend their free time drag-racing. Joel is inspired to write the song "Hike Your Pants Up" and the Bots reenact a drag race scene from the movie.

Season 4, Episode 8: Gamera vs. Gaos

27 July 1991
Gamera is back and this time he is up against Gaos, a bat-monster with the ability to shoot laser beams. Joel and the Bots make an arts and crafts project.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Amazing Colossal Man

3 August 1991
Crow and Tom build a cardboard fort while Joel introduces his idea for non-permanent tattoos during the invention exchange. In Bert I. Gordon's The Amazing Colossal Man (1957), an army colonel becomes a giant after an atomic blast. Later, the crew gets a visit from the Colossal Man himself.

Season 4, Episode 10: Fugitive Alien

17 August 1991
Joel and the Bots watch as an alien named Ken joins an Earth spaceship to fight against his former masters in Fugitive Alien (1987) (TV). The Mads get a visit from Jack Perkins in Deep 13 while Joel forces Crow and Tom to reenact a scene from the movie.

Season 4, Episode 11: It Conquered the World

24 August 1991
The crew learns about the wonders of winter sports in the 1930s short "Snow Thrills". Later, Roger Corman directs It Conquered the World (1956) in which a doctor played by Peter Graves tries to thwart a mad scientist's attempt to take over the world using bat-like creatures. On the SOL, Joel and Crow try their hand at ventriloquism.

Season 4, Episode 12: Gamera vs. Guiron

7 September 1991
It's Gamera Movie #4, including the Gamera Theme Song and a reenactment of an old favorite magic trick.

Season 4, Episode 13: Earth vs. the Spider

14 September 1991
Joel and the Bots get tips on public speaking from the short "Speech: Using Your Voice" and watch a spider devour a town in The Spider (1958). Crow forces the guy to read his screenplay "Earth vs. Soup" and Joel sets up a rehearsal for his rock band Spidorr.

Season 4, Episode 14: Mighty Jack

21 September 1991
A secret organization called Mighty Jack (1968) (TV) uses a submarine to battle a terrorist organization. Joel and the Bots make a Mighty Jack pet food commercial and sing the song "Slow The Plot Down!".

Season 4, Episode 15: Teenage Caveman

9 November 1991
Joel and the Bots sit through two shorts, one about water skiing and the other about a strange man who terrorizes wildlife in the Florida Everglades. In Teenage Cave Man (1958), a rebellious cave boy goes against clan rules and wants to explore horizons beyond the river. Joel and the Bots battle boredom on the SOL, present creative ipecacs at the invention exchange, and try to patch things up when the Mads start fighting.

Season 4, Episode 16: Gamera vs. Zigra

19 October 1991
In the seventh offering from Gamera, the infamous turtle faces off against an alien called Zigra determined on world domination. Joel and the Bots build a scale model of Gamera and make shoebox dioramas.

Season 4, Episode 17: The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent

26 October 1991
The crew watch an education short about the wonders a home economics major can do for young women in The Home Economics Story (1951). In The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent (1957), lonely viking women set sail to rescue a group of enslaved men. Joel and the Bots consider the waffle and present an iron that can turn waffles into pancakes at the invention exchange.

Season 4, Episode 18: Star Force: Fugitive Alien II

16 November 1991
Ken and the crew of the Bacchus 3 return in Star Force: Fugitive Alien II (1987) (TV) while Joel and the Bots make a Captain Joe action figure and stage a "name that puppet" quiz show.

Season 4, Episode 19: War of the Colossal Beast

30 November 1991
Joel and the Bots watch the classic short Mr. B Natural (1957) in which an androgynous person named Mr. B. Natural teaches a geeky middle schooler to play a musical instrument. Moving on to War of the Colossal Beast (1958), disfigured "Colossal Man" Glen is spotted in Mexico and his sister tries to save him. Joel and the Bots have a debate about Mr. B. Natural and are revisited by Glen on the Hexfield.

Season 4, Episode 20: The Unearthly

14 November 1991
The guys on the Satellite of Love riff on two shorts: Posture Pals (1952) about an elementary school posture contest and Appreciating Your Parents (1950) about a young boy discovering how to help around the house. Then the crew watches a mad scientist acquire subjects for his nefarious experiments in The Unearthly (1957). Joel and the Bots explore the many faces of Tor Johnson and create a board game based on The Unearthly.

Season 4, Episode 21: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

21 December 1991
Joel and the Bots take on the infamous Christmas classic Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964) in which a group of martians kidnap Santa Claus because they have no one on Mars to give their children presents. The crew writes and performs a pinnacle Christmas carol "A Patrick Swayze Christmas" and each member shares a Christmas-themed essay.

Season 4, Episode 22: Master Ninja I

11 January 1992
The crew watch a ninja and a drifter save an airport from thugs in "Master Ninja I" while building a model muscle car and experimenting with their ninja skills.

Season 4, Episode 23: The Castle of Fu Manchu

18 January 1992
In Sax Rohmer's The Castle of Fu Manchu (1969), an evil mastermind plans to destroy the world but his arch-nemesis gets in the way. The movie is so terrible that the crew has a nervous breakdown, which thrills the Mads. Joel and the Bots are completely broken and the Mads celebrate their victory a little too quickly.

Season 4, Episode 24: Master Ninja II

25 January 1992
Joel and the 'bots endure two equally bad episodes from the failed action series "The Master" (1984).

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: Space Travellers

6 June 1992
The guys watch "Space Travelers", an updated version of the movie Marooned (1969) about three astronauts trapped in a space capsule that is quickly losing oxygen. On the SOL, The Great Crowdini performs a stunt and the guys debate what they would do if one of them had to sacrifice themselves.

Season 5, Episode 2: The Giant Gila Monster

13 June 1992
Joel and crew can't settle on which of two film actors in a giant carnivorous lizard movie are more like TV actor Tige Andrews or comedian David Miller.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester (archive footage)
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson (archive footage)
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy (archive footage)

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo (archive footage)
Frank Conniff ... TV's Frank (archive footage)
Alexandra Carr ... Magic Voice (archive footage)

Fred Graham ... Sheriff Jeff (archive footage)

Michael J. Nelson ... Radio Announcer (archive footage)

Don Sullivan ... Chase Winstead (archive footage)
Bob Thompson ... Mr. Wheeler (archive footage)

Season 5, Episode 3: City Limits

20 June 1992
Set in the future, a teenage gang battles a corporation for control of an abandoned city in City Limits (1984). Crow sings a song devoted to Kim Cattrall and the guys try their hand at a City Limits trivia game.

Season 5, Episode 4: Teenagers from Outer Space

27 June 1992
Joel and the Bots discover the difference between real and "reel" life, how to dispose of snacks in space, a real 'boss' visitor, and how JFK can wreck a fashion show in this episode featuring the classic "Teenagers From Outer Space".

Season 5, Episode 5: Being from Another Planet

4 July 1992
Joel and the Bots watch a re-edited version of Time Walker (1982) called "Being From Another Planet" in which a mummy awakened by a university team goes on a killing spree. The Mads are awfully proud of their "Tragic Moments" figurines while Joel and the Bots play haunted house on the SOL.

Season 5, Episode 6: Attack of the Giant Leeches

18 July 1992
Joel and the 'bots get water on the brain after an episode of Undersea Kingdom (1936) and Roger Corman's moldy horror flick, Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959).

Season 5, Episode 7: The Killer Shrews

25 July 1992
A small town cowpoke straightens out some rowdy kids by making them put on a rodeo show in Junior Rodeo Daredevils (1949). A group of drunken scientists battle with dogs dressed as rabid shrews in The Killer Shrews (1959). Joel and the Bots concoct a Killer Shrew drink and the Mads are thwarted in their latest attempt to destroy the world.

Season 5, Episode 8: Hercules Unchained

1 August 1992
Joel and the Bots watch a greased-up Steve Reeves get hypnotized and seduced by an Evil Queen in Ercole e la regina di Lidia (1959). The crew presents the Steve-O-Meter at the invention exchange and ponder the meaning of Hercules movies.

Season 5, Episode 9: Indestructible Man

15 August 1992
In the second installment of Undersea Kingdom (1936), the explorers are threatened by soldiers from Atlantis. Then in Indestructible Man (1956), an executed criminal goes on a rampage after being resurrected by mad scientists. Joel and the Bots plan an Undersea Kingdom parade and wonder what they would do if they were indestructible.

Season 5, Episode 10: Hercules Against the Moon Men

22 August 1992
Joel and the Bots have another outing with Hercules in Hercules Against the Moon Men (1964). This time Hercules faces off with a cult of moon men who unleash a sandstorm on the world. The Mads explain deep hurting while Joel and the Bots sing a song about pants.

Season 5, Episode 11: The Magic Sword

29 August 1992
The crew pokes fun as a knight and his adopted mother try to save a damsel from an evil wizard in The Magic Sword (1962). Joel and the Bots get into the spirit of things by making medieval costumes.

Season 5, Episode 12: Hercules and the Captive Women

12 September 1992
The guys face off against Hercules once again as the strong man fights evil Queen Antinea to get his son back in Hercules and the Captive Women (1961). Joel and the Bots play with some lousy action figures and finally lay the Hercules series to rest.

Season 5, Episode 13: Manhunt in Space

19 September 1992
Joel and the Bots watch an early episode of the soap opera behemoth "General Hospital" (1963) before watching a movie made of several edited television episodes about space pirates. On the SOL, Joel refuses to play soap opera with the Bots and the Mads get stuck in their bean bag chairs.

Season 5, Episode 14: Tormented

26 September 1992
In Tormented (1960), a pianist thinks he has finally escaped his demanding mistress when she dies after a fall but her ghost comes back to haunt him and his fiancée. Joel gets stuck in a ventilation duct and the Bots are no help. But Joel has the last laugh later when Crow and Tom pretend to be headless ghosts.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo
Frank Conniff ... TV's Frank
Alexandra Carr ... Magic Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Michael J. Nelson ... Aunt Catherine Wheel (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: The Beatniks

26 November 1992
Joel and the Bots watch a second segment from an early episode of "General Hospital" (1963) before watching a wannabe singer try to break free from his hoodlum friends in The Beatniks (1960). The Bots have a slumber party and Servo dramatizes the life of a 50s rock star.

Season 5, Episode 16: Fire Maidens of Outer Space

26 November 1992
Astronauts find a civilization almost entirely populated by women on one of the moons of Jupiter in Fire Maidens of Outer Space (1956). Joel and the Bots end up in over their heads when Timmy the Dark Crow starts causing trouble on the Satellite of Love.

Season 5, Episode 17: Crash of Moons

28 November 1992
The crew pokes fun at another segment of a 1960s episode of "General Hospital" (1963) before watching an astronaut attempt to stop two planets from colliding with each other in Crash of Moons (1954) (TV). The guys read through Crow's latest screenplay called "A Space Opera" and have a chat with John Banner on the Hexfield.

Season 5, Episode 18: Attack of the Eye Creatures

5 December 1992
A pair of teens discover a band of multi-eyed aliens in The Eye Creatures (1965) (TV). Crow and Tom work through their "best friends" stage and the guys lament how much the filmmakers just didn't care. The Mads get a visit from Larry Buchanan in Deep 13.

Season 5, Episode 19: The Rebel Set

12 December 1992
A little boy wanders around the Canadian National Exhibition after his oblivious parents lose track of him in Johnny at the Fair (1947). Then it's time for another 1950s beatnik movie with The Rebel Set (1959) in which a shop owner convinces three losers to help him rob an armored car. Joel and the Bots take acting lessons and hold a writing workshop.

Season 5, Episode 20: The Human Duplicators

26 December 1992
Joel and the Bots watch an alien infiltrate a scientist's human duplicator machine in The Human Duplicators (1965). On the SOL, the guys make spaceships from household objects and Servo shows off his duplicating skills.

Season 5, Episode 21: Monster A-Go Go

9 January 1993
The crew muses about a wacky short involving the Toronto Skating Club in Circus on Ice (1954). Then the guys watch Monster a-Go Go (1965) where a radiated astronaut has returned to Earth as a giant mutant. It's a battle of the action figures in the invention exchange when the Mads introduce Johnny Longtorso while Joel presents non-violent action figures.

Season 5, Episode 22: The Day the Earth Froze

16 January 1993
Joel and the Bots learn the ins and outs of the circus in the short Here Comes the Circus (1946) and then try to make sense of the Nordic fairy tale film The Day the Earth Froze (1959). Joel and the Bots take a family photo and Gypsy puts on a one woman show called "Gypsy Rose Me!".

Season 5, Episode 23: Bride of the Monster

23 January 1993
The guys check out the first installment of the short Hired! (1940) where a Chevrolet sales manager tries to boost door-to-door sales. Later, the guys watch a mad scientist's experiments attract the attention of the press and the police in Bride of the Monster (1955). Joel and the Bots stage "Hired: The Musical" and Willy the Waffle returns to defend blatant product placement.

Season 5, Episode 24: 'Manos' the Hands of Fate

30 January 1993
The Mads present the satellite people a film so bad that apologies are sent, and Tom Servo goes off his nut from it.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo
Frank Conniff ... TV's Frank

Michael J. Nelson ... Torgo
Diane Adelson ... Margaret (archive footage)
Jackey Neyman Jones ... Debbie (archive footage)
Tom Neyman ... The Master (archive footage)
John Reynolds ... Torgo (archive footage)
Harold P. Warren ... Michael (archive footage)
Mary Jo Pehl ... Magic Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 1: Warrior of the Lost World

24 July 1993
A hero and his talking motorcycle take on an evil dictator in Warrior of the Lost World (1983). The guys try to get post-apocalyptic driving permits and discuss things to do after the apocalypse.

Season 6, Episode 2: Hercules

17 June 1993
Joel and the Bots have a casual day on the SOL and endure another incoherent Hercules movie (Hercules (1958)).

Season 6, Episode 3: Swamp Diamonds

31 July 1993
Today's experiment: the educational short, What to Do on a Date (1951), and the Roger Corman flick, Swamp Women (1956)

Season 6, Episode 4: Secret Agent Super Dragon

7 August 1993
Reports of drugged chewing gum sends a womanizing secret agent to Amsterdam to investigate a crime ring in Secret Agent Super Dragon (1966). Tom and Joel read through Crow's new screenplay "The Spy Who Hugged Me" and chat about spy movie puns.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo
Frank Conniff ... TV's Frank

Michael J. Nelson ... Virtual Comedy Heckler (voice) (uncredited)
Mary Jo Pehl ... Magic Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: The Magic Voyage of Sinbad

28 August 1993
An adventurer sets sail in search of the bird of happiness in Sadko (1953). Crow has trouble with his own lifelong quest and the guys have a meeting of the Junior Jester Club.

Season 6, Episode 6: Eegah

28 August 1993
A teenage girl, her dorky boyfriend, and her scientist father discover a caveman in the desert in Eegah (1962). Joel and the Bots discuss 60s sitcoms and the subtler forms of hell.

Season 6, Episode 7: I Accuse My Parents

4 September 1993
Joel and the Bots hear all about new-fangled farming techniques in the 50s short The Truck Farmer (1954). Afterward, a one-time overachiever blames his boozy, neglectful parents for his run in with the law in I Accuse My Parents (1944). The guys analyze the main character from the movie and reenact a few choice scenes.

Season 6, Episode 8: Operation Double 007

11 September 1993
In Operation Kid Brother (1967), a plastic surgeon gets recruited to stop a villain from developing radioactive rugs. The Bots watch some of Joel's home movies, try to hypnotize Tom, and get a visit from their old friend Torgo.

Season 6, Episode 9: The Girl in Lovers Lane

18 September 1993
Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank plan "evil event days" in order to ruin baseball, while Joel and the 'bots watch a hobo melodrama called The Girl in Lovers Lane (1960).

Season 6, Episode 10: The Painted Hills

26 September 1993
Joel and the Bots learn from Body Care and Grooming (1947) that they might as well be dead if they don't keep their socks tidy. Later, the guys take on The Painted Hills (1951) in which famous collie Lassie witnesses the murder of a prospector. Crow gives a detailed report on bearded guys and the crew discusses the end of the film.

Season 6, Episode 11: Gunslinger

9 October 1993
In Gunslinger (1956), the widow of a murdered sheriff tries to stop the crime in her town with the help of the man hired to kill her. Joel and the Bots discuss mortality and how to have the best funeral before taking the 70s to task for being a terrible decade.

Season 6, Episode 12: Mitchell

23 October 1993
The trio sit through a dreary Joe Don Baker disasterpiece as Gypsy tries to find a way to save Joel from being killed by the Mads.

Season 6, Episode 13: The Brain That Wouldn't Die

30 October 1993
New guy Mike Nelson finishes his training and makes his way into the theater for the first time. His first outing is the movie The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962) about a creepy doctor who keeps his decapitated fiancée's head alive in a laboratory while tries to find her a new body. Mike tries to escape the SOL but ends up bonding with the Bots instead when his attempts fail.

Season 6, Episode 14: Teen-Age Strangler

7 November 1993
Mike and the 'bots watch the dreary educational short Is This Love? (1957) and the horrifyingly bad Terror in the Night (1964).

Season 6, Episode 15: The Wild World of Batwoman

13 November 1993
Mike and the Bots watch a high school student fall into the depths of despair because he got caught Cheating (1952). Later, the guys try to make sense of The Wild World of Batwoman (1966) as a scantily clad superwoman does battle with villains named Ratfink and Professor Neon. The Bots write essays about the short but Crow gets caught cheating.

Season 6, Episode 16: Alien from L.A.

20 November 1993
The crew watch a squeaky-voiced valley girl search for her missing archaeologist father in Alien from L.A. (1988). Mike and the Bots devote a song to leading lady Kathy Ireland and later define her acting technique as "dull surprise".

Season 6, Episode 17: Beginning of the End

25 November 1993
Swarms of giant grasshoppers are headed straight for Chicago in Beginning of the End (1957). Mike catches the Mads off guard, Crow presents his latest screenplay "Peter Graves Goes to the University of Minnesota", and Tom performs a stand-up comedy routine about grasshoppers.

Season 6, Episode 18: The Atomic Brain

4 December 1993
Mike and the Bots are asked What About Juvenile Delinquency? (1955) in a short about a teenage thug whose gang mugs his father. Then it's time to watch science go awry in Monstrosity (1963) when a rich, elderly woman hires a doctor to transport her brain into one of her beautiful kidnapping victims. Mike demonstrates chin puppetry while Magic Voice hits it off with the Voice-Over Guy from the movie.

Season 6, Episode 19: Outlaw of Gor

11 December 1993
A hero and his loser friend are transplanted to the planet of Gor and are soon caught up in an evil sorcerer's plot in Gor II (1988). Mike and the Bots are inspired to perform the song "Tubular Boobular Joy" because of the amount of skin shown by characters in the movie.

Season 6, Episode 20: Radar Secret Service

18 December 1993
Mike and the Bots learn the dangers of not paying attention at railroad crossings in the short Last Clear Chance (1959). Later, they watch government agents use high-tech radar to track criminals on the black market in Radar Secret Service (1950). The guys stage Mike's 10-year high school reunion and, inspired by the short, Tom asks the golden question: "Why don't they look?!"

Season 6, Episode 21: Santa Claus

24 December 1993
Mike and the bots watch Santa Claus mess around with a devil while trying to deliver gifts and then sing politically correct holiday songs.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / Santa Claus (as Krusher Kringle)
Frank Conniff ... TV's Frank
Patrick Brantseg ... The 'Nelson' Family
Mary Jo Pehl ... The 'Nelson' Family / Magic Voice

Timothy Scott ... The 'Nelson' Family
Paul Chaplin ... Pitch

Season 6, Episode 22: Teen-Age Crime Wave

15 January 1994
The crew pokes fun as a group of twenty-something "teenagers" hold an elderly farm couple hostage on Thanksgiving in Teen-Age Crime Wave (1955). Mike and the Bots open the first deli in space and contemplate the "doughy guy".

Season 6, Episode 23: Village of the Giants

22 January 1994
In Village of the Giants (1965), a child genius creates a growth formula that ends up in the hands of some incredibly annoying teenagers. Meanwhile, Dr. Forrester shakes things up in Deep 13 when he downsizes Frank and interviews Torgo as his possible replacement.

Season 6, Episode 24: 12 to the Moon

5 February 1994
The guys get a look at the future of the car industry in the short Design for Dreaming (1956) and then watch as a group of astronauts take off for the moon in 12 to the Moon (1960). On the SOL, Nuveena drops in for a visit and the crew thinks she might be the key to escaping the mads!

Season 7

Season 7, Episode 1: Girls Town

16 July 1994
A promiscuous teen is framed for murder and then sent to a Catholic reform school in Girls Town (1959). Mike explains the honor system to the Bots and Tom "scats" until Mike and Crow can't take it anymore.

Season 7, Episode 2: Invasion USA

23 July 1994
An upper-middle class family teaches Mike and the Bots how to be incredibly bland, white, and boring in A Date with Your Family (1950). Later, a group of barflies must figure out what to do when the Soviets attack the U.S. in _Invasion USA (1952)_. Mike and the Bots have a dinner party inspired by the short and get a visit from "Bob the A-Bomb" on the Hexfield.

Season 7, Episode 3: The Dead Talk Back

30 July 1994
Metaphysics helps to solve a murder case while Mike and the Bots impersonate the Grateful Dead.

Season 7, Episode 4: Zombie Nightmare

24 November 1994
Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank fool around with voodoo as Mike and the 'bots make "Batman" (1966) jokes in order to endure Zombie Nightmare (1987) with Adam West.

Season 7, Episode 5: Colossus and the Headhunters

20 August 1994
Mike and the Bots try to make sense of Colossus and the Headhunters (1963) in which a man named Maciste tries to lead his people from a destroyed island to a land of other tribes. Meanwhile, Dr. Forester invents the world's cutest pet called Nummy Muffin Coocol Butter. Mike and the Bots are forced to take care of Nummy despite Frank wanting to keep him.

Season 7, Episode 6: The Creeping Terror

17 September 1994
Mike and the 'bots watch The Creeping Terror (1964) (TV), with its infamous walking-carpet monster, and parody "Love, American Style" (1969).

Season 7, Episode 7: Bloodlust!

3 September 1994
Mike and the Bots watch a cheap ripoff of The Most Dangerous Game, while Mother Forrester visits Deep 13.

Season 7, Episode 8: Code Name: Diamond Head

1 October 1994
A down-home country family eat apple pie and raise championship pigs during A Day at the Fair (1947/I). In the failed television pilot turned movie Code Name: Diamond Head (1977) (TV), an undercover agent battles a villain in Hawaii. The Bots discover what it would be like to live with a Crash Test Dummy and the Frugal Gourmet.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson / Mean Mike / Brad Roberts / Jeff Smith
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo
Frank Conniff ... TV's Frank
Mary Jo Pehl ... Magic Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 9: The Skydivers

27 August 1994
The villains of Deep 13 force Mike and the 'bots to watch Why Study Industrial Arts? (1956) and The Skydivers (1963) after challenging them to a swing choir contest.

Season 7, Episode 10: The Violent Years

8 October 1994
Jam Handy shows the world the glory of sexism with electric kitchen appliances and Ed Wood analyzes the world of criminals spoiled by their parents.

Season 7, Episode 11: Last of the Wild Horses

15 October 1994
A cowboy winds up in the middle of a turf war between a rancher and his neighbors in Last of the Wild Horses (1948). An invention from the Mads goes awry and creates mirror versions of everyone on the SOL. The crew must battle the mirror versions of themselves while trying to withstand the movie.

Season 7, Episode 12: The Starfighters

29 October 1994
Mike and the robots watch a never ending loop of jets flying and refueling while Crow struggles to get onto the Information Super Highway.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy / Second Tech Support Voice

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / First Tech Support Voice
Frank Conniff ... TV's Frank
Paul Chaplin ... Brian (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 13: The Sinister Urge

5 November 1994
Two laid back detectives crack down on an underground porn ring while Frank threatens to blow up Deep 13.

Season 7, Episode 14: San Francisco International

19 November 1994
It's a day in the life of the people who operate San Francisco International Airport while Mike distracts everyone with his Steve Urkle impersonation.

Season 7, Episode 15: Kitten with a Whip

23 November 1994
A Senate candidate finds a seductive reform school dropout hiding in his home in Kitten with a Whip (1964). The crew throws a Mexican fiesta like the one in the film and chat with a real kitten with a whip on the Hexfield.

Season 7, Episode 16: Racket Girls

26 November 1994
Mike and the 'bots go "boing" watching Are You Ready for Marriage? (1950) and Racket Girls (1951). Meanwhile, Tom Servo and Crow prepare to be married.

Season 7, Episode 17: The Sword and the Dragon

3 December 1994
A Russian hero plots an invasion against the Mongols in The Sword and the Dragon (1956). Mike and the Bots create their own topical comedy show, reenact the table cloth scene from the movie, and try their hand at playing Dungeons and Dragons.

Season 7, Episode 18: High School Big Shot

10 December 1994
Mike and the Bots scratch their heads in confusion as an angel and a devil wage a bet about the morals of bread truck drivers in Out of This World (1954/I). Then the crew fights lapsing into a depression while watching the incredibly dour High School Big Shot (1959) in which a high school loser takes part in a heist to impress an attractive but dimwitted classmate.

Season 7, Episode 19: Red Zone Cuba

17 December 1994
Mike and the 'bots take on the Coleman Francis epic of craptitude, Night Train to Mundo Fine (1966).

Season 7, Episode 20: Danger!! Death Ray

7 January 1995
Danger!! Death Ray (1967) features a slick secret agent investigating an evil organization that stole a top secret death ray. Tom makes his own death ray for peaceful use but caves in to the pressure to use it on Crow. Later, the Bots stage an episode of "This is your life" for Mike and Crow shows off his sunglasses designs.

Season 7, Episode 21: The Beast of Yucca Flats

14 January 1995
Mike and the bots endure (and barely survive) their third Coleman Francis abomination.

Season 7, Episode 22: Angels Revenge

11 March 1995
Mike and the bots semi-suffer through this '70's jiggle-fest while the Mads turn them into the cast of "Renegade."

Season 7, Episode 23: The Amazing Transparent Man

18 March 1995
A minister encourages railroad workers to stop getting brutally injured on the job in The Days of Our Years (1955). During the feature film The Amazing Transparent Man (1960), a mad scientist makes an escaped criminal invisible so he can steal radioactive supplies but the crook would rather rob banks with his power of invisibility. In Deep 13, Frank opens a bed and breakfast and Dr. Forester demands that Mike and the Bots help in his endeavor.

Season 7, Episode 24: Samson vs. the Vampire Women

25 March 1995
While Mike and the Bots wrestle with Santo vs. las mujeres vampiro (1962), TV's Frank is assumed into Second Banana Heaven, leaving no one for Dr. Forrester to kill.

Season 8

Season 8, Episode 0: Night of the Blood Beast

23 November 1995
A jingle writer's honeymoon is derailed when he is forced to write a tune overnight while his new bride fantasizes about redecorating their home with telephones in Once Upon a Honeymoon (1956). Then in Night of the Blood Beast (1958), an astronaut recovering from a rocket crash discovers that alien embryos have been implanted in his abdomen. Mike and the guys give decorating with telephones a try and Crow discovers that shrimp babies have been implanted in his chest. The crew and the Mads celebrate Thanksgiving with guests Jack Perkins, Mr. B Natural, and Dr. Forester's mother Pearl.

Season 8, Episode 1: Night of the Blood Beast

3 February 1996
A jingle writer's honeymoon is derailed when he is forced to write a tune overnight while his new bride fantasizes about redecorating their home with telephones in Once Upon a Honeymoon (1956). Then in Night of the Blood Beast (1958), an astronaut recovering from a rocket crash discovers that alien embryos have been implanted in his abdomen. Concerned about their personal security, Crow and Tom taze, mace, and spray green dye all over Mike. Dr. F has a traumatic trombone recital thanks to Pearl's constant haranguing, but it turns out Crow is an awesome trombonist! Decorating with phones, Gypsy sings a little song. Pearl makes Dr. F apologize. Crow claims he's pregnant with the spawn of the Blood Beast. Crow's rant about babies disrupts Mike's attempts to read letters. Pearl wants Dr. F to act like a baby.

Season 8, Episode 2: The Brute Man

10 February 1996
A deformed creeper is the pro-/antagonist of Mike and the robots' experiment preceded by a bunch of chickens.

Season 8, Episode 3: Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell

17 February 1996
A hero on a quest to gather magical stones battles an evil sorcerer and learns the benefits of a potato diet in Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell (1988). Tom and Crow put on a Renaissance Fair for Mike and Crow reads a trashy romance novel to Pearl as a favor.

Season 8, Episode 4: The Incredible Melting Man

24 February 1996
In an intriguing coincidence, Crow finally gets to direct his first feature film, "Earth vs. Soup", in between viewing The Incredible Melting Man (1977), a film about a incredibly '70s physician trying to stop an astronaut from gradually turning into soup.

Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy / Gary

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester
Paul Chaplin ... Doug
Beth McKeever ... Cindy (as Beth 'Beez' McKeever)
Ben Mooers ... Tony
Helena Espinosa ... Preview Audience Member (as Helena Espinoza)
Kelly Schrandt ... Preview Audience Member
Barb Tebben ... Preview Audience Member (as Barbara Tebben)

Season 8, Episode 5: Escape 2000

2 March 1996
A grunge punk fights an evil corporation enforcing an evacuation of the Bronx in Escape from the Bronx (1983). Mike and the Bots have "Men's Night" on the SOL and Dr. Forester tries to come up with a way to boost the show's ratings.

Season 8, Episode 6: Laserblast

18 May 1996
Doctor Forrester's funding has been cut off, and as he waits for the Satellite of Love to crash, he sends Mike and the Bots Laserblast (1978). Can our heroes escape to the edge of the Universe? More importantly, can they figure out why Leonard Maltin gave the film 2½ stars?

Season 9

Season 9, Episode 1: Revenge of the Creature

1 February 1997
The creature from the black lagoon is captured and taken to a Florida aquarium to be studied in Revenge of the Creature (1955). Mike and the Bots almost crash into Earth and when they try to get in touch in Deep 13, it's not Dr. Forester who responds to their call. Meanwhile, Mike and Tom try to figure out why Crow seems so different.
Bill Corbett ... Crow T. Robot / Extra Monkey / Phil
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson / Dr. Peanut

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / Professor Bobo / Wade the Nanite
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester
Paul Chaplin ... Extra Monkey / Ned the Nanite

Season 9, Episode 2: The Leech Woman

8 February 1997
An aging woman ventures to Africa to learn the secret of eternal youth but finds it comes at the price of human life in The Leech Woman (1960). On the SOL, the nanites go on strike and Pearl is forced to lay down some new laws for Mike and the Bots.
Bill Corbett ... Crow T. Robot
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy / Extra Monkey

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson / Dr. Peanut

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / Professor Bobo / Wade the Nanite
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester / Jody the Nanite
Paul Chaplin ... Extra Monkey / Ned the Nanite

Season 9, Episode 3: The Mole People

15 February 1997
Three archeologists discover an underground civilization but are taken prisoner by the natives in The Mole People (1956). Bobo suffers though Lawgiver Daze and Mike does his best to imitate the professor from the movie.
Bill Corbett ... Crow T. Robot / Extra Monkey
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy / Extra Monkey

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson / Dr. Peanut

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / Professor Bobo
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester
Paul Chaplin ... Extra Monkey / Pale Day Player #2
Patrick Brantseg ... Pale Day Player #1
Robert Smith ... Howard

Season 9, Episode 4: The Deadly Mantis

22 February 1997
Mike inadvertently helps a group of bomb-worshiping mutants destroy Earth with a thermonuclear device, but even this sort of drastic action doesn't save the gang from having to watch The Deadly Mantis (1957).

Season 9, Episode 5: The Thing That Couldn't Die

1 March 1997
Despite being possessed of all the knowledge in the Universe, the omnipotent Observers insist on observing our heroes' reactions to the dead-on-arrival The Thing That Couldn't Die (1958).

Season 9, Episode 6: The Undead

8 March 1997
A woman gets hypnotized back into her Dark Age'd past life while Tom takes a crack at being an observer.

Season 9, Episode 7: Terror from the Year 5000

15 March 1997
Scientists break the time barrier with not-so-great results and the Observers have finally had enough of their human observations.

Season 9, Episode 8: The She-Creature

5 April 1997
Pearl and Bobo plot their escape from the Observers' planet while the SOL crew is subjected to a dark, dreary tale of hypnotism, murder, and chesty amphibians.

Season 9, Episode 9: I Was a Teenage Werewolf

19 April 1997
Michael Landon terrorizes his high school as a savage werewolf while a hostile alien infiltrates the SOL.

Season 9, Episode 10: The Giant Spider Invasion

31 May 1997
Mike and the 'bots suffer through The Giant Spider Invasion (1975). Meanwhile, Pearl and her two underlings find alien pods out of Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978).

Season 9, Episode 11: Parts: The Clonus Horror

7 June 1997
Scientists run a clone farm for VIPs while Pearl and her goons are forced into babysitting omnipotent Space Children.

Season 9, Episode 12: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies

14 June 1997
Mike and the 'bots sit through The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? (1964). Pearl returns a trio of space-brats to their parents.

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / Professor Bobo / Omnipotent Mom

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson / Buddy the Space Child
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester / Shelly the Nanite
Bill Corbett ... Crow T. Robot / Observer
Paul Chaplin ... Scooter the Space Child / Ortega / Ned the Nanite
Bridget Jones ... Doreen the Space Child

Season 9, Episode 13: Jack Frost

12 July 1997
Mike and the 'bots get terminal enchantment from Frosty (1964). With Pearl away, Observer and Professor Bobo argue over who is in charge.

Season 9, Episode 14: Riding with Death

19 July 1997
Mike accidentally destroys the camping planet with an over-packed homemade bomb. Servo sings a song about the seventies and becomes a trucker while Crow becomes Turkey Volume Guessing Man.

Season 9, Episode 15: Agent for H.A.R.M.

2 August 1997
Mike Nelson is put on trial by the Galactic Tribunal for his unintentional planet destroying spree.

Season 9, Episode 16: Prince of Space

16 August 1997
A wimpy space hero kicks tyrannical aliens off of Earth while the Widowmaker and the SOL are sucked through a wormhole.

Season 9, Episode 17: The Horror of Party Beach

6 September 1997
Pearl and Observer are in Ancient Rome pretending to be gods as Mike and the 'bots watch The Horror of Party Beach (1964).

Season 9, Episode 18: Devil Doll

4 October 1997
An evil ventriloquist traps souls in his stage dummies while Crow innocently falls in league with a devil.

Season 9, Episode 19: Invasion of the Neptune Men

11 October 1997
Our heroes discover just how boring an alien attack on Tokyo can be when they view an anti-vehicle for Sonny Chiba.

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / Professor Bobo / Callipygeas

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester
Bill Corbett ... Crow T. Robot / Observer / Krankor
Patrick Brantseg ... Gypsy
Daniel Breyer ... Roman Day Player (as Dan Breyer)
Paul Chaplin ... Roman Day Player / Ned the Nanite (voice)
Bridget Jones ... Flavia
Beth McKeever ... Roman Day Player

Season 9, Episode 20: Space Mutiny

7 November 1997
Mike and the 'bots learn the 80s were worse than they thought as they endure the putrid sci-fi epic, Space Mutiny (1988).

Season 9, Episode 21: Time Chasers

22 November 1997
A schmuck has to correct changes to the future by fixing them in the past while Tom and Crow try to fix Mike's past into something more pleasant.

Season 9, Episode 22: Overdrawn at the Memory Bank

6 December 1997
A weather tech's mind gets trapped in a computer and Pearl establishes her own public television pledge program.

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / Professor Bobo
Jim Mallon ... Gypsy

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester
Bill Corbett ... Crow T. Robot / Observer
Patrick Brantseg ... Gypsy / Slicer the Nanite
Paul Chaplin ... Ortega / Mookie the Nanite (voice)
Beth McKeever ... Overdrawn at the Memory Bank Technical Support Operator (voice)
Peter Rudrud ... Recording at 'Overdrawn at the Memory Bank Technical Support'

Season 10

Season 10, Episode 1: The Projected Man

14 March 1998
A scientist's experiment gone wrong gives him the touch of death while the SOL crew find themselves back in their old time period.

Season 10, Episode 2: The Phantom Planet

21 March 1998
Killer peanut brittle terrorizes the universe while Pearl settles into her ancestral home by building a doomsday device.

Season 10, Episode 3: The Pumaman

4 April 1998
Constantly-Out-Of-His-League Man battles evil while Pearl hosts her Castle Forrester Ball.
Bill Corbett ... Crow / Observer
Patrick Brantseg ... Gypsy / Brian

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson

Kevin Murphy ... Servo / Professor Bobo / Roger Whitaker
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester / Shelli the Nanite
Paul Chaplin ... Ortega
Beth McKeever ... Staci (as Beez McKeever)

Season 10, Episode 4: Werewolf

18 April 1998
A guy turns people into werewolves for his own sick pleasure while Mike turns into a were-Crow.

Season 10, Episode 5: The Deadly Bees

9 May 1998
Killer bees terrify a remote English island while a bowler hatted guy appears where he's least expected.

Season 10, Episode 6: The Space Children

13 June 1998
A blob from Heaven brainwashes children into doing his bidding while Pearl starts her own space program.

Season 10, Episode 7: Hobgoblins

27 June 1998
Intro: The crew of the SOL keeps turning each other on inadvertently. Segment One: The crew rough-houses on the couch Pearl sent them. Segment Two: Crow makes a film questioning the existence of women. Segment Three: Crow starts a hot line for people who have suffered trauma from watching this movie. Only Bobo calls in to talk about his love life. Segment Four: The crew uses cardboard cutouts to distract Pearl while they try to escape. Segment Five: Servo goes back in time to punish Rick Sloane for making this movie. In the Castle, Pearl lectures Mike and the 'bots on how she can no longer trust them with furniture.

Season 10, Episode 8: The Touch of Satan

11 July 1998
An overly obvious '70s wanderer hits on a witch while a babysitter watches over Castle Forrester.

Season 10, Episode 9: Gorgo

18 July 1998
Mike and the 'bots gorge on Gorgo (1961), a maudlin monster mess featuring two giant mother-and-son lizards and a Samuel Beckett lookalike. Leonard Maltin shows up to hawk his movie guide, which inexplicably praises the film.

Season 10, Episode 10: The Final Sacrifice

25 July 1998
It's "Canada Bashing Day" on the SOL in every respect between progressive world domination and bizarre looting.

Season 10, Episode 11: Devil Fish

15 August 1998
A sea monster eats out for some Italian while dolphins seek revenge against the SOL.

Season 10, Episode 12: The Screaming Skull

29 August 1998
A vengeful skull comes back from the dead and the bots are scarred for life when Gumby abuses his robot slaves.
Bill Corbett ... Crow / Observer
Patrick Brantseg ... Gypsy / Delivery Man

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson

Kevin Murphy ... Servo / Professor Bobo
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester
Barb Tebben ... Friendly Phone Representative (voice)

Season 10, Episode 13: Quest of the Delta Knights

26 September 1998
Pearl sits in on part of this week's experiment as part of her annual review, and Leonardo da Vinci stops by to insist the guy playing him in the film is a mook.
Bill Corbett ... Crow T. Robot / Observer / Leonardo di Vinci
Patrick Brantseg ... Gypsy / Fred 'Eggs' Eggleston

Michael J. Nelson ... Mike Nelson

Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo / Professor Bobo
Mary Jo Pehl ... Pearl Forrester
Paul Chaplin ... Delta Knight
Tom McKeever ... Delta Knight

Nick Prueher ... Delta Knight
Dan Tanz ... Delta Knight
Ben Bakken ... Pancake Breakfast Extra (as Benjamin Bakken)
Andrea Jackson DuCane ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Ari Hoptman ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Katie Johnson ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Mikey Johnson ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Anne Kleinschmidt ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Joe Kleinschmidt ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Marie Kleinschmidt ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Rick Kleinschmidt ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Eli Kenneth Mallon ... Pancake Breakfast Extra (as Eli Mallon)
Edna McKeever ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Rachel Mertz ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Dara Moskowitz ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Kathleen M. Murphy ... Pancake Breakfast Extra

Sandy Oian-Thomas ... Pancake Breakfast Extra (as Sandy Oian)
Gerald A. Pehl ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
David Rudrud ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Tom Schufman ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Krista Skoglund ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Lorin Skoglund ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Anna Stonehouse ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Barb Tebben ... Pancake Breakfast Extra (as Barbara Tebben)
Marshall Tebben ... Pancake Breakfast Extra
Joel Thingvall ... Pancake Breakfast Extra (uncredited)

Season 11

Season 11, Episode 1: Soultaker

11 April 1999
Why is the Satellite of Love malfunctioning? Who is the hooded figure that wants Bobo's soul? What is the purpose of the mystery ship following the SOL? Find out in MST3K's eleventh season opener, featuring the Joe Estevez epic "Soultaker".

Season 11, Episode 2: Girl in Gold Boots

18 April 1999
In order to impress the Bureau of Mad Scientists Pearl unleashes the mephitic "Girl in Gold Boots" a Poorly acted, and even worse edited tale of a girl who attempts to make it big in LA as a dancer with the help of a petty thug. The dancers dress in oven bags, and bad guys are especially greasy and in the end it's got Mike and the bots dressing like mobsters and brain guy starts go go dancing!

Season 11, Episode 3: Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders

12 September 1999
A grandfather tells his grandson several horrifying stories involving the wizard Merlin and a stolen monkey doll in Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders (1996) (V). Crow and Tom review each other, Servo accidentally turns Mike into an infant with magic, and the crew shows off a collection of Ernest Borgnine children's books.

Season 11, Episode 4: Future War

25 April 1999
The guys take a crack at Future War (1997) (V) in which a man formerly enslaved by aliens escapes to modern-day Los Angeles but is being tracked by cyborgs and their trained dinosaurs. Mike and the Bots thank Pearl for not killing them which derails her plans. Tom makes himself a pair of legs so he can kick-box.

Season 11, Episode 5: Blood Waters of Dr. Z

2 May 1999
The SOL crew take up fishing and debate whether films would be better if the actors/actresses were all nude.

Season 11, Episode 6: Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues

9 May 1999
A smarmy professor and his dimwitted students camp out in an Arkansas swamp to search for Bigfoot in Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues (1984). Pearl makes up her own urban legend, Tom takes up whittling, and Crow tends to his fires.

Season 11, Episode 7: Track of the Moon Beast

13 June 1999
In Track of the Moon Beast (1976), a mineralogist is hit by a meteor which causes him to transform into a lizard-monster. The Bots rush the Halloween season on the SOL and devote an episode of Legends of Rock to "The Band That Played California Lady".

Season 11, Episode 8: Final Justice

20 June 1999
Joe Don Baker tracks down an Italian mobster in Malta while Pearl tries to promote a looser humorous atmosphere in Castle Forrester.

Season 11, Episode 9: Hamlet

27 June 1999
A dark and dreary German production of one of Shakespeare's greatest plays fills the SOL while Pearl concocts a deadly new virus.

Season 11, Episode 10: It Lives by Night

18 July 1999
A not-so bat man terrorizes people while Mike tries to grow a mustache again.

Season 11, Episode 11: Horrors of Spider Island

25 July 1999
A spider terrorizes stranded bikini clad dancers while Pearl decides to move the castle.

Season 11, Episode 12: Squirm

1 August 1999
Angry worms munch on a town and a doughy guy learns the value of springs by a demonic little sprite.

Season 11, Episode 13: Diabolik

8 August 1999
Pearl accidentally destroys the device controlling the Satellite of Love, sending the ship into a deadly trajectory towards Earth, but Mike and the bots have enough time to watch one last film: the '60s Euro-spy classic "Danger: Diobolik".

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