Mike and the robots watch a never ending loop of jets flying and refueling while Crow struggles to get onto the Information Super Highway.

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The movie features jets, people flying them, people refueling them, people talking about them, and not much else. During the movie, Crow uses his present day state of the art computer technology to try accessing the Information Super Highway with only minimal success (if you can count being able to play Four Person Boogers successful). He uses his time on hold with tech support running through refueling drills with Tom and then at the half way point, they both decide to de"brief" Mike, which leaves him feeling free down in his nether regions. Later, the United Servo Academy Men's Chorus led by Vice Brigadere Sir Thomas "Bullhead" Servo presents their hymn about the concept of flight. Meanwhile, Mike introduces his new line of bold - and extra bold - Cowboy Mike's Red Hot Ricochet Barbecue Sauce against the Mads' cranial ports, which allows them to read each other's minds. It gets tricky when it comes to physically moving one other though. Written by Titus Yorick

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Mike Nelson: I really think there is more *nothing* in this movie than in any movie we have seen!
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United Servo Academy Men's Chorus Hymn
Music and Lyrics by Kevin Murphy
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"They didn't have the poopy suit"
6 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is another unbearably dull movie made funny by Mike and the bots. The outside theater segments were quite nice, especially the one with all the Tom Servos. I had no idea that his full name was Thomas Bullhead Servo. It might not have the "Sir" in it. It's just weird to see Crow struggle with the Internet. It's weird to even see the Internet back then in 1994. I really am starting to feel old. This reminds me of when that first came out and I was the only kid in class without a computer. At least they made something somewhat relevant.

It's great fun to see everyone talk about how boring the film is. It might not seem that funny, because they'd mostly just be saying the same things over. They manage to make it work because of how sarcastic they are. They talk about the importance of the scenes and the setup of the characters. One of my favorite lines was, "Just one warning. The North Vietnamese may fight back". Also, "You're going to lose three officers" followed by "I'm going to kill them". My favorite might have been, "You know, flying a plane is like making love" followed by, "You pay for it". I like Mike getting annoyed by Crow's poop jokes. ***1/2


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