Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 5, Episode 3

City Limits (20 Jun. 1992)

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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.

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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.

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TV's Frank: It's none other than British pop star, Morrissey!... He's a little depressed.
[to Morrissey]
TV's Frank: So Morrissey, uh, how ya' doin'?
Morrissey: He hurt me with that remark. Did I mention that I cried?
TV's Frank: Well, I mean, c'mon Morrissey. We're basically evil, granted, but a lot of what we say is just good-natured ribbing.
Morrissey: Well, it hurt me. Did I mention that I cried?
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Music by Leonard Bernstein
Hummed by Trace Beaulieu, Joel Hodgson, and Kevin Murphy
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