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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by skillwithaquill

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The puppet used for Timmy was also used for some theater shots of Crow. See more »

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When Crow's evil twin, Timmy, starts attacking Tom Servo in one of the theater segments, Joel accidentally calls Timmy "Tommy". See more »

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Joel Robinson: I've got a headache this big, and it's got Cy Roth written all over it.
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Spoofs It's a Wonderful Life (1946) See more »

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Kung Fu Fighting
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Written by Carl Douglas and Vivian Hawke
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No! The monster might be good!
7 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought that this was the episode where Gypsy tried to riff. I must have gotten confused. Anyway, this is another great episode because it really does get more and more interesting as it goes on. I guess I didn't love this as much as most people. The most enjoyable parts are easily the bits with Timmy, Crow's evil double. I was confused by his appearance at first. It was a lot of fun seeing him get into the theater and cause mischief. I thought that after the commercial break he was gone, but it turns out he was just hiding. You rarely see that much interaction while they're in the theater.

Granted, the riffs are what we want to see (well, hear I guess) but it's great to have some variety. I admit that in the beginning, the riffing wasn't that good, but it certainly got better. It's nice to see the bots get really worked up over this awful movie because I truly believe it is one of the worst they've ever come across. It seems like there wasn't even that much to comment on. I love the segments with the control of everything levers. ***1/2


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