Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 10, Episode 7

Hobgoblins (27 Jun. 1998)

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Intro: The crew of the SOL keeps turning each other on inadvertently. Segment One: The crew rough-houses on the couch Pearl sent them. Segment Two: Crow makes a film questioning the ... See full summary »



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Intro: The crew of the SOL keeps turning each other on inadvertently. Segment One: The crew rough-houses on the couch Pearl sent them. Segment Two: Crow makes a film questioning the existence of women. Segment Three: Crow starts a hot line for people who have suffered trauma from watching this movie. Only Bobo calls in to talk about his love life. Segment Four: The crew uses cardboard cutouts to distract Pearl while they try to escape. Segment Five: Servo goes back in time to punish Rick Sloane for making this movie. In the Castle, Pearl lectures Mike and the 'bots on how she can no longer trust them with furniture. Written by Anonymous

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The best episode of MST3K ever
6 February 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Well where do I begin on what was my opinion the best episode of MST3K? Mike and the guys were just so funny and this is where Mike finally came into his own after the departure of Joel. Servo and Crow were just awesome and just cracked me up no end, and had me on the floor laughing.

The jokes and gags were of this episode were described as brutal but in my opinion it served the movie right in fact Mike and the Bot's went a little too easy on what can only be described as a movie plane crash.

This was vintage MST3K at it's peak.

The worst movie that was ever made got what it deserved in this episode, proof that justice does exist.

Talk about a movie that was tailor made to be MST3K'd, this was it.

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