Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 3, Episode 11

First Spaceship on Venus (29 Dec. 1990)

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

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The Mads force Joel and the 'bots to suffer through First Spaceship on Venus (1960). The big-budget international production features a cute robot chess player, workmen with a single letter on each of their chests and a climactic scene that looks like an apocalyptic toilet overflowing. Meanwhile, Joel adjusts Tom Servo's sarcasm sequencer. Joel's invention of the week is a "junk drawer helper." Crow and Servo invent a robot that communicates by shooting foam from its mouth. The Satellite of Love is attacked by a foreign ship with a gorilla on it. Joel and the 'bots advertise Klack, the dung-like snack food. Written by J. Spurlin

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The Worst Episode I've Seen So Far
28 March 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

The Mads force Joel and the 'bots to suffer through Der schweigende Stern, aka First Spaceship on Venus. The big-budget international production features a cute robot chess player, workmen with a single letter on each of their chests and a climactic scene that looks like an apocalyptic toilet overflowing. Meanwhile, Joel adjusts Tom Servo's sarcasm sequencer. Joel's invention of the week is a "junk drawer helper." Crow and Servo invent a robot that communicates by shooting foam from its mouth. The Satellite of Love is attacked by a foreign ship with a gorilla on it. Joel and the 'bots advertise Klack, the dung-like snack food.

Firstly The Movie Is At Least A 3/10, The Jokes Were Unfortunately Poorly Crafted & It Just Got Boring After A While, Which Is A Pity, MST3K Is Quickly Becoming One Of My Favourite Shows.


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