A military team sent to search for a lost rocket ends up trapped on a mountain inhabited by dinosaurs in Lost Continent (1951). Joel refuses to enter the theater during movie sign but the ... See full summary »

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A military team sent to search for a lost rocket ends up trapped on a mountain inhabited by dinosaurs in Lost Continent (1951). Joel refuses to enter the theater during movie sign but the Mads have ways of forcing him into the theater. Written by skillwithaquill

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Tom Servo: I see a dinosaur, but I hear an elephant.
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Hilarious as always
1 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's sad to see Joel not get to show off his invention in this episode, but at least we got some great interaction with the mads in this case. This movie was quite a doozy as it was extremely boring. Luckily, our old friends seemed much more annoyed than we ever were. I admit that this doesn't really have that many memorable lines, but it's just a pleasant episode that perfectly shows what made this show so wonderful. It's also nice to see the cute little pictures the fans drew.

Some of the most noticeable bits were probably, "I've plummeted to my death and I can't get up!" and "I've always never wanted to die on an airplane" followed by "But I've changed my mind". One of the great interactions were, "Brain the size of a walnut" with "The dinosaurs?" and "No, the director". I also liked, "Climb up where the mouth can reach it". Another great one was, "At least you didn't die" (or something like that) with, "We already died! We're in Hell!". Not much to say, just funny all the way. ***1/2


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