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
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I've asked Joel if he'd raise the level on my sarcasm sequencer.
[using screwdriver on back of Tom's dome
That ought to do it.
Oh, yes. Oh, while you're at it, why don't you keep digging into my back? A warm, relaxing massage with a screwdriver? Oooooooh, sign me up for that!
I think it's working.
The great Crow speaks? Oooooooh, let me anoint your beak with scented oils. Membership in the Crow Fan Club? Oh, it's dream come true for me. Ooooh...
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References The A-Team
The Teddy Bears' Picnic
Written by John W. Bratton
and Jimmy Kennedy
Performed by Kevin Murphy See more