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The Girl in Lovers Lane 

Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank plan "evil event days" in order to ruin baseball, while Joel and the 'bots watch a hobo melodrama called The Girl in Lovers Lane (1960).

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Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
Joel Hodgson ...
Jim Mallon ...
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Frank Conniff ...
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Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank plan "evil event days" in order to ruin baseball, while Joel and the 'bots watch a hobo melodrama called The Girl in Lovers Lane (1960).

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18 September 1993 (USA)  »

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When Joel and the bots attempt to use a power drill, the lighting around them dims. See more »

Quotes

Beautiful Naked Woman in Bathtub: Aren't you in the wrong room?
Tom Servo: I've never been in a righter room in my life!
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References Unforgiven (1992) See more »

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Cars
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Written by Gary Numan
Performed by Trace Beaulieu, Joel Hodgson, and Kevin Murphy
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"Big Stupid?"
2 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

Joel and the Bots are up for another movie. This time its a romance - The Girl in Lovers Lane - the tale of Big Stupid (real name Bix Dugan but it does sound so much like Big Stupid) the hobo and his romance with a waitress. This one seemed easy for them to riff through, mainly because this movie does have it's many problems, enough for people to basically say comments throughout, so in other words this movie is more than absolutely perfect for these people. So why leave saying comments throughout to anybody else other than the masters of it: Joen Hodgson, Kevin Murphy and Trace Beaulieu. This is your standard episode of Mystery Science Theater - this is a good thing, mainly because you know what you're in for the entire time.


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