Pearl and Bobo plot their escape from the Observers' planet while the SOL crew is subjected to a dark, dreary tale of hypnotism, murder, and chesty amphibians.

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Tom Servo / Professor Bobo / Wade the Nanite (voice)
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Pearl and Bobo plot their escape from the Observers' planet while the SOL crew is subjected to a dark, dreary tale of hypnotism, murder, and chesty amphibians.

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Tom Servo: King, what have you done here? Kill outside, OUTSIDE King!
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Features The She-Creature (1956) See more »

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Everybody Is a Star
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Written by Sly Stone
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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Space is warped and time is bendable!
6 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm starting to get the feeling that I like this show too much. I give almost every episode a perfect score. It is my favorite show, so it's definitely worth it. This episode is notable in having Mike destroy his second planet. A pity Pearl managed to escape before this one was destroyed AGAIN! The story these series had knew how to advance a plot. The real memorable parts are the riffing of course, but there are notable outside sequences you should watch. I especially love the stinger. It's the first time I've ever seen one that wasn't a scene from the movie or even from the episode! It was just a short clip of Professor Bobo being down on the ground.

It's hard to think of a favorite line because there are so many. This is the first and possibly only time I tried to write down as many riffs as I could. My handwriting is just bad. The best jokes are the ones about the she creature's footprints. There's great stuff like "Donald Duck has the Ring of Power!" and "A man with flaming swim fans did this!". They included the joke "I am ready for some football", which simply must be a callback to the running gag in the "Laserblast" episode. Dang, that's an even better episode! ****


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