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Mystery Science Theater 3000: Academy of Robots' Choice Awards Special (1998)

Mike, Crow and Tom return for another take on the Oscars as they watch and comment on the films nominated for the big awards.




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Mike, Crow and Tom return for another take on the Oscars as they watch and comment on the films nominated for the big awards.

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16 March 1998 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


This special along with the 2 Summer Blockbuster Review specials are the only instances in the 11 year run of Mystery Science Theater 3000 that we ever see the inside of the theater, other than the silhouettes of Joel/Mike and the Bots watching the movies. See more »


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References What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) See more »

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I'm sad :-(
17 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

God I miss MST 3000. -sniff sniff-.

Am I alone in this? With the state of "entertainment" today, with so much time wasted on Desperate Apprentice Survivors on Trial, there's a big Robot-shaped hole in our culture. They gave me a reason to get up on a Saturday morning. Now I don't even turn the TV on on the weekends. I Tivo a few things on basic cable, and with rare exceptions, delete them later. At least I get outside more. But I still have a whole library full of MST3Ks I taped during a period of several years, which I occasionally dust off, and after turning the crank on the old VCR, feed into my head like a video Quaalude.

Usually, Mike and the bots would make fun of older turkeys as they sat facing a "movie screen" like they were obnoxious adolescents in front of you in the theater. But occasionally they would do something more topical, like their "Little Gold Statue" special, or an awards show. This is one of those specials. In this one, they get a chance to stick it to the current ( at the time ) crop of losers. Lovingly, of course.


Alas, Mike and the bots never got to take on *Catwoman*


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