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Warrior of the Lost World 

Unrated | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | Episode aired 24 July 1993
A hero and his talking motorcycle take on an evil dictator in Warrior of the Lost World (1983). The guys try to get post-apocalyptic driving permits and discuss things to do after the apocalypse.

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A hero and his talking motorcycle take on an evil dictator in Warrior of the Lost World (1983). The guys try to get post-apocalyptic driving permits and discuss things to do after the apocalypse.

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David Worth, the director of the movie that was riffed in this episode (Warrior of the Lost World (1983)), admitted he liked and laughed at how they made fun of his own movie throughout this whole episode. See more »

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Owner of a Lonely Heart
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Written by Jon Anderson, Trevor Horn, Trevor Rabin, and Chris Squire
Performed by Kevin Murphy
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Bad Road Warrior
11 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Warning do not read unless seen episode.

This is my third favorite episode in the show; the film is another of those "Mad Max"/"Road Warrior" knock offs which came and spewed out faster than Max can push the Nitros.

You can tell how cheep this film was from the use of certain locations like a shootout that is taking place in the bad guys hideout which clearly is a collage campus (I still wonder what collage that is) and some parts of the story are a little wonky. Though the really bad thing about that film is the damn voice of the cycle the protagonist rides. This was obviously a rip on K.I.T.T. from "Knight Rider" and a really awful one because it is one of the most annoying voices I've ever heard, like hearing scratching on a chalk board it's that bad.

This is also another film on Donald Plesence's mile long record, I was once again surprised he was even in this film, but hey it happens. He's pretty much one of the only good things about this movie, why the hell couldn't he of played a villain in a better sci-fi film; sigh oh well. Same can be said for Fred Williamson whom like most blackspotation actors have sort of been hear and there, would of loved to of seen him in a better sci-fi film too. On a side note Persis Khambata was one of the other good things about the film as she's hot as usual.

The episode is one of my favorites because there is just never a dull moment, it has a lot of memorable lines and jokes.

One of the highlights no doubt was seeing that annoying cycle getting crushed by the Mega Weapon and then we hear the MST crew cheering and Crow says, "Make it last." Yeah I cheered with them and I wanted it to last as well. And it's even funnier when the Machine explodes and then they all act really sad about it. However I wouldn't fret when near the end of the show we then get an interview with the Mega Weapon itself, it just cracks me on not just what the Mega Weapon was saying but that their even having an interview with a vehicle at all.

And it was really funny on the break segment when both Servo and Crow where in really tiny RC cars and were going to have a race. Though what happens afterward isn't even a race at all when unfortunately Servos car didn't work and Crow is just whizzing by him, it's just funny hearing each thing Crow says as he whizzes by.

This episode has enough millage for hilarity.

Rating: 4 stars


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