Joel and the Bots watch an alien infiltrate a scientist's human duplicator machine in The Human Duplicators (1965). On the SOL, the guys make spaceships from household objects and Servo shows off his duplicating skills.

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Joel and the Bots watch an alien infiltrate a scientist's human duplicator machine in The Human Duplicators (1965). On the SOL, the guys make spaceships from household objects and Servo shows off his duplicating skills.

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One of my favorites!
9 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It seems like this is an under-appreciated episode of the series. I think it's mostly because the segments out of the theater are so funny. I just love the images of Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank laughing like mad at their experiment. It was great how they kept laughing about the uselessness of William Conrad. It's made better by the fact that he DOES appear at the end of the series.

The movie itself had some of the best riffs I've heard in awhile. The one part that really had me going crazy was when the move said, "Suppose you tell me how a man who's been dead for several hours can have a car up a mountain road, get out, and jump over a cliff?" followed by Crow saying, "He's Jesus?". This might be the only time this happens in the whole series, but someone in the movie says, "Say something", so Crow simply says, "Something", but then the character says, "Something" too. Crow then says, "D'oh! My riff backfired on me!". I never thought the movie would get the last laugh on them. ****


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