Mike and the Bots scratch their heads in confusion as an angel and a devil wage a bet about the morals of bread truck drivers in Out of This World (1954). Then the crew fights lapsing into ... See full summary »

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Mike and the Bots scratch their heads in confusion as an angel and a devil wage a bet about the morals of bread truck drivers in Out of This World (1954). Then the crew fights lapsing into a depression while watching the incredibly dour High School Big Shot (1959) in which a high school loser takes part in a heist to impress an attractive but dimwitted classmate. Written by skillwithaquill

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[the film opens with a close-up of Marv]
Mike Nelson: He has a haunting ugliness.
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Smoke on the Water
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Written by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, and Ian Paice
Performed by Michael J. Nelson
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My predictions were correct!
23 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm going to admit to complete bias in this episode. The main reason I'm giving this the full score is because I got the stinger right. I absolutely knew the scene involving the guy staring at the camera talking about the money would show up at the end. How right I was! Seriously though, this was a hilarious episode. I really love the out of theater segments too. I just find it interesting to see Crow and Tom Servo suffer more damage as they try to open Gypsy's diary. It's just such a funny series of images to see those robots playing with water pistols at the end too.

The preceding short was just great. I was so anxious before they said, "It's the circus of the Devil!". Another great one was, "Everybody down! The bread man is here!". The short was so goofy it was perfect riffing for this show. As for the movie itself, there were tons of great things as usual. I liked when the giant Tom Servo appeared in the theater and kept saying, "Movie bad!". It's great to see interaction in the theater itself. I wish I could remember the specific parts that made me laugh. I loved, "The school called. Everybody hates you" and "What's the idea of trying to make a fool out of me back there?", followed by "I thought it went okay". ****


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