Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank do their laundry as they force Mike and company to watch The Creeping Terror (1964), a jaw-droppingly bad horror flick about a space alien that looks like a large carpet with people under it. Mike and the 'bots survive the schlock by mocking everything from the ponderous and unnecessary narrator to the pointless scene of a mother taking her baby's temperature. Meanwhile, Tom Servo pretends to be a security guard impeding Mike Nelson's way around the Satellite of Love. Crow makes a flag for the ship. Gypsy suggests a parody of the TV series, Love, American Style (1969). Mike plays "Creeping Terror" music on his makeshift stereo system. Tom Servo willingly finds out what it's like to get swallowed. Written by
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Oh come on. I think we can be in a coffeehouse without becoming pretentious.
Sure, don't worry Mike. We'll just sit here and prove 'em wrong.
Crow T. Robot
I don't feel a thing.
Yeah it's definitely not working.
Crow T. Robot
I've been recording my life in pastels!
The only question is "What have I been going through right now?"
You, the white male, are my personal oppressor!
References Sanford and Son
Love, American Style Theme Song
Composed by Charles Fox
and Arnold Margolin
Performed by Michael J. Nelson
, Trace Beaulieu
, Kevin Murphy
and Jim Mallon See more