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Teen-Age Crime Wave 

The crew pokes fun as a group of twenty-something "teenagers" hold an elderly farm couple hostage on Thanksgiving in Teen-Age Crime Wave (1955). Mike and the Bots open the first deli in space and contemplate the "doughy guy".

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The crew pokes fun as a group of twenty-something "teenagers" hold an elderly farm couple hostage on Thanksgiving in Teen-Age Crime Wave (1955). Mike and the Bots open the first deli in space and contemplate the "doughy guy".

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Crow T. Robot: [during teenage crime wave] Go ahead, let it out. Have a teenage cry wave
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Crazy Credits

Just as the writers' credits scroll up, Frank keeps accidentally hitting the button and returning the camera to Deep 13, upon which Dr. Forrester keeps macing him. See more »

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References Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977) See more »

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The Farmer and the Cowman
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Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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"They said they were going to make the book of the movie, but this!"
5 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the first episode of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" I've actually had to mark with spoilers. I mean, there actually is something pretty significant that happens at the end. Poor TV's Frank keeps getting sprayed by Dr. Forrester. It starts by showing the ending credits and then it shows that. The ending credits then roll again, but then it shows him being sprayed again. This happens six times! I'm pretty sure I counted! That has to be a record for an episode. Anyway, I thought this was hilarious as most episodes. The out of theater segments were quite good.

The riffs in this movie were unforgettable. I think the most memorable of them all might have been when he said, "Where's Mom?" followed by "I'm Mom now!". The exchanges were great. I also loved, "That him?" followed by "No, he's actually more three dimensional". We also get "Don't call me dirt" with the riff, "I'm more like topsoil". Another good one was "I need laughs" with "Deutronomy's a hoot!". I have to write down all of these fantastic jokes to keep up. ****


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