A Russian film about a bug-eyed alien babe is the backdrop for a variety of antics aboard the Satellite of Love.

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A Russian film about a bug-eyed alien babe is the backdrop for a variety of antics aboard the Satellite of Love.

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29 January 1989 (USA)  »

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Joel: Hello, sirs! Hey, great movie last week, huh? You know, I don't think a lot of people realize this, but it wasn't really a movie, it was just two Space 1999 segments edited together.
Dr. Lawrence Erhardt: Regardless of what it was, it put your ratings through the ceiling!
Dr. Forrester: Even you could've beaten the Cincinnati Bengals, and I'm out fifty bucks!
Joel: Hey, maybe they'll give me MVP!
Dr. Forrester: Don't get cocky with me, you orbiting Wilfred Brimley wannabe!
Dr. Lawrence Erhardt: Joel, do the words oxygen deprivation mean anything to you? Look, if your ...
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Danke Schoen
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Music by Bert Kaempfert
Lyrics by Milton Gabler and Kurt Schwabach
Performed by J. Elvis Weinstein
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25 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's sad to go back and look at all of the rarest episodes of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" and realize that there's probably a reason why these episodes aren't seen much and are regarded as old shame. They're nowhere near as good. I guess I would still say I liked this if only because it's hard for me to dislike any episode of the show. The segments out of the theater were probably the best part. A big difference is that the movies shown here were usually more recent and are longer. They even reused some of them.

With all that being said, I have to admit there are still some good lines in this. The funniest parts were probably with how they say, "Humanoid Woman!". I also liked the "Sweet dreams are made of tears" reference. There's a lot of good song stuff here. The funniest part of all might have been when they said, "Stop or I'll crack my knuckles". That whole bit is good. I know how annoying that is for some people. ***


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