The crew takes on The Wild Rebels (1967), a movie about a stock-car racer who is recruited as a getaway driver for a biker gang. The guys get into the spirit of the film by making a ... See full summary »

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The crew takes on The Wild Rebels (1967), a movie about a stock-car racer who is recruited as a getaway driver for a biker gang. The guys get into the spirit of the film by making a commercial for "Wild Rebels" cereal and Joel explains how to appreciate a bad movie. Written by skillwithaquill

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Jeeter: Oh, we're good on bikes, but cars are a different tale.
Tom Servo: Apparently, they have more wheels on them, or something.
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Poor Gypsy
23 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I feel bad for Gypsy in this episode. At least the other robots managed to find some appreciation for her eventually. I sincerely do like the very last segment. It features Joel telling everyone about how even though the movie is bad, they can still find ways to laugh at it. TV's Frank even ends up agreeing with them. That is a lot about what the whole series is about. They even had time to read a letter.

While not one of the best episodes, this was still tons of fun. It wasn't really a unique movie for the characters to riff on, but it was still nice. I think the funniest part is when the woman says, "Do you want me to vomit whenever another guy is coming along?" followed by, "You do it when I come along!". The bit at the end with just Tom Servo and Crow saying, "He's upstairs!" followed by "Thanks, fatty. You know, you're much smarter dead!". It was cool to see Gypsy briefly appear in the theater too! The "Hey mister, can you help me?" line was great too. ***1/2


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