Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 5, Episode 23

Bride of the Monster (23 Jan. 1993)

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The guys check out the first installment of the short Hired! (1940) where a Chevrolet sales manager tries to boost door-to-door sales. Later, the guys watch a mad scientist's experiments ... See full summary »

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The guys check out the first installment of the short Hired! (1940) where a Chevrolet sales manager tries to boost door-to-door sales. Later, the guys watch a mad scientist's experiments attract the attention of the press and the police in Bride of the Monster (1955). Joel and the Bots stage "Hired: The Musical" and Willy the Waffle returns to defend blatant product placement. Written by skillwithaquill

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Dr. Eric Vornoff: [on Lobo] Don't worry, he's as gentle as a kitten.
Tom Servo: Yeah, a big, bald, deranged kitten that could snap your neck like celery.
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This episode is dedicated to the spirit of William A. Murphy. Thanks, Dad. See more »

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Written by John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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