Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 10, Episode 5

The Deadly Bees (9 May 1998)

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Killer bees terrify a remote English island while a bowler hatted guy appears where he's least expected.

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A withdrawn cranky Englishman decides to unleash his killer bees onto the people of Seagul Island because no one cares about him. Meanwhile, the SOL crew runs through past episode clips of their daily soap opera lives until things return to normal. Observer and Observer visit Castle Forrester to find that Pearl's Observer has become domesticated by his constant contact with humans and they decide to take him back to their reconstituted planet and destroy Earth along the way. Later, Crow is smitten with love by the old smoking hag in the movie until he and Tom decide to try raising swarms of blood sucking insects. Mike then decides to communicate as the bees do with the help of a bee costume and shaking his booty while Crow waits patiently for news on his Just For Men hair coloring. In the end, the mysterious bowler hatted character who appears at the end of the movie decides to just pop by the SOL. Meanwhile, Pearl and Prof. Bobo convince their Observer to stay with them (through song... Written by Titus Yorick

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[watching "The Deadly Bees"]
Crow: [as a bee] Uh, sir, please stop trying to milk us!
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MST3K art director Beth "Beez" McKeever is credited as "Deadly Beez" McKeever in this episode. See more »

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The Arkansas Traveler
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Written by Sanford C. "Sandy" Faulkner
Performed by Michael J. Nelson
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