Mike Nelson: Wanna contribute to our fund for the war against northern aggression?
Mike Nelson: [as Doc scampers back to the camp] Okay, knees bent, butt protruded, stomach all pooched out... good.
Crow T. Robot: They could use their eyeliner to fashion a crude spear...
Tom Servo: And so, the completely pointless stretch of movie whimpers out like a small, dying RAT.
[regarding the Boggy Creek creatures]
Doc: [narrating] Although they appear to be docile and have never intentionally harmed anyone...
Tom Servo: [as Doc] They do anyway.
[upon seeing the film's title]
Tom Servo: And the legend continues... to be not heard about, by anyone.
Doc: It is from this tributary that the creature got its name.
Mike Nelson: It's name is Tributary?
Doc: The believability of the sightings along Boggy Creek are rated very high.
Crow T. Robot: By J.D. Power.
Tom Servo: [as fans] They took our advice and started winning!
Crow T. Robot: So these three are all majoring in Boggy Creek studies?
Mike Nelson: [Mike and Bots see the creature] Ted Nugent?
Crow T. Robot: Slash?
Tom Servo: Rob Zombie?
Mike Nelson: Cher?
Tom Servo: Yeah, Cher.
Tom Servo: [referring to movie title] Hey Legend, how's the continuing goin'?
[the monster is approaching]
Doc: I don't want to alarm anyone, but...
Crow T. Robot: RUN!
Doc: One of the things Trooper Williams failed to mention was the foul odor the creature emitted, which was still present in the surrounding area.
Mike Nelson: [as Doc Lockhart] In fact, everywhere we went there was a foul odor. He must have *just been* every place we looked!