Mystery Science Theater 3000: Season 1, Episode 12

Fugitive Alien (5 Feb. 1989)

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With Crow disassembled, Joel and Servo are left by themselves to tackle Part 1 of this baffling Japanese sci-fi epic.

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Tom Servo / Gypsy / Dr. Laurence Erhardt (as Josh Weinstein)
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With Crow disassembled, Joel and Servo are left by themselves to tackle Part 1 of this baffling Japanese sci-fi epic.

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For the second time this season, Trace Beaulieu was out of town when this episode was filmed, meaning no Dr. Forrester or Crow. However, Beaulieu is still credited as a writer, performer, and puppeteer. See more »

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References That Girl (1966) See more »

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Who's Sorry Now?
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Music by Ted Snyder
Lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby
Performed by J. Elvis Weinstein (as "She's Sorry Now")
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