Joel invents a pipe with a smoke detector and a sprinkler system built in for the invention exchange. The guys watch a 1950s teen flick about youths sentenced to manual labor at a cotton farm.

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Joel Hodgson ...
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J. Elvis Weinstein ...
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Joel kicks off the invention exchange with the "never-light" pipe, which is designed to prevent smoking. The Mads, meanwhile, introduce tongue puppets. Then Joel and the 'bots endure the 1957 youth-gone-wild drama called "Untamed Youth" starring Mamie Van Doren as a wayward teenager sentenced to 30 days on a cotton farm for skinny dipping. Written by Jerry Roberts

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References There's a Girl in My Soup (1970) See more »

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Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
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Music by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Performed by Trace Beaulieu
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"Your pants are on fire"
8 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was an earlier episode of "Mystery Science Theater 3000". It wasn't really until TV's Frank became a character that the show really started getting good. I actually still thought this was a great episode. I probably just love the show that much. We actually got to see Gypsy in the theater for the first time! I really like those gags they do where everything is coming out of her mouth. Yeah, it's cheap, but it's good for a quick visual laugh. She even manages to get another Tom Servo out of her mouth!

The actual movie didn't have as many good riffs as later episodes, but I still found lots of hilarious lines. One of my favorites was, "Hey, I found him! He's hiding behind those credits!". There were some great exchanges here too like "I didn't know she could sing" and "I still don't know if she can sing". I also loved, "Between you and the Moon..." with "I can't tell which is which". The bits with the doctor were great especially with, "I've got some bad news for you" followed by, "I'm not a real doctor". ***1/2


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