It's "Canada Bashing Day" on the SOL in every respect between progressive world domination and bizarre looting.

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Bill Corbett ...
Patrick Brantseg ...
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The power goes out on the SOL, to which Servo and Crow take full advantage of by looting the satellite. Pearl unveils her plan to take over the world one person at a time and spontaneously starts off with Servo. While dealing with bad cases of Hockey Hair (to which Mike is conveniently immune), Servo defends Canada's honor with a song of tribute, which eventually turns violent when Mike and Crow join in. Mike's immunity to Hockey Hair leads to a case of Grizzled Old Prospector Syndrome and the bots form a muffin-based sewing circle cult while still remembering the need for human sacrifices. Meanwhile, Pearl almost takes over her first follower before he's suddenly taken over by the Traveler's Group. Written by Titus Yorick.

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Goofs

As Rowsdower is being chased by a cult member in a pickup truck, Crow remarks, "Oh no! He's got a Chevy! They're so dependable!" In fact the truck has a GMC badge prominently visible on its grille. See more »

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Tom Servo: [singing] Doo, doo, doodoo...
Mike Nelson: [Rowsdower guns down two cultists] Gilles, no! Not Etienne!
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References The Dudley Do-Right Show (1969) See more »

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I Wish I Was Back in Old Canada
Written by Bill Corbett & Michael J. Nelson
Performed by Michael J. Nelson, Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy
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A Fine, Funny, Fantastic Episode.
7 April 2006 | by (Essex) – See all my reviews

The Final Sacrifice was clearly just sitting there, ripe to be mocked. It is a very low-budget, unknown Canadian stinker of a movie, full of unknown cast members and some terrible choice of music for the soundtrack and therefore was perfect for a good old MST3K shaming. Mike and the 'bots really do their job! This episode is packed with very memorable riffs, especially the constant use of the word "Rowsdower", and even Tom Servo's great little "Rowsdower, Rowsdower, bibbidy bobbedy Bowsdower" song, which was side-splittingly hilarious. The characters are messy and geeky, the dialogue (if any) is as cheesy as you can get, and the acting is pretty dreadful; all the elements are present for an absolutely classic MST3K episode. The segments are also very hilarious, as the 'bots loot the Satelitte of Love during a power outage, Pearl plans to take over the world one person at a time, starting with Todd Gunderson and Tom Servo, Servo tries to do a hilarious tribute to Canada, but Mike and Crow spoil it, everyone but Mike gets Bad Hockey Hair, as a result of being immune to Bad Hockey Hair, Mike comes down with Grizzly Old Prospector Syndrome and the 'bots start a non-threatening, muffin based cult. Pearl's plan has moved onto victim number two.


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