Tom Servo gets his new "Mighty Voice" and a chance to use it during another Gamera film. Crow is still frozen.

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Joel Hodgson ...
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Gaos, a giant flying reptile (similar in appearance to Rodan) is awakened by an active volcano, and it's up to Gamera (a giant flying turtle)to defeat Gaos with the help of a small boy who develops a telepathic link to Gamera. The entire world is threatened by Gaos and its unusual high-pitched cry that can cut through the strongest metal like it was butter. Will Gamera be able to defeat it? Or will Gaos defeat Gamera and be a threat to Japan and the whole world? Written by J Rice

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gamera | local tv | madman | See All (3) »

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18 December 1988 (USA)  »

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Trace Beaulieu was unable to appear in this episode, so Crow was written out. See more »

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At one point in the theater, Joel says "This footage looks familiar, Josh" to Tom Servo (Josh is the actor/puppeteer portraying Tom Servo). See more »

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References Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
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Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
Performed by J. Elvis Weinstein
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20 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This seems like an improvement right from the last episode! I notice that there are a lot more jokes and way fewer pauses. It's weird to not have Crow in the theater. He still appears in this episode, just in the background being frozen. I could have sworn I read a review of this episode saying Tom Servo wasn't in it either. Oh well. It's interesting to hear the phone calls and while it's not as good as the later segments, it does give a personal feeling to the series. It's also pretty funny to hear Tom Servo refer to himself as a gumball machine. I admit that Gypsy's voice is pretty annoying. I'm glad they change Tom Servo's voice here.

There were certainly some good riffs in this episode, more than the previous episode. The first really funny one was, "It's all fun until someone loses an entire body!". Another great exchange was, "And then he'll burn up all the people who were mean to Granddaddy" followed by, "And then burn us up!". It was really fun to hear, "We're going to tap him on the shoulder and appear on his other shoulder". I also liked the etch a sketch joke. It's great to see the series progress. ***


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