The Critic opens "Star Trek Month" by reviewing the first Star Trek movie, a movie he calls "Star Trek: The Slow-Motion Picture" because the lack of cuts in the film left him bored out of his mind. Guest-starring Angry Joe doing his best Khan impression.
The Critic reviews "Star Trek V" and wonders why in a movie whose plot involves a mission to find God does director/writer William Shatner include a three-breasted cat lady, a musical number, and a half-naked 50-year-old woman dancing.
The Critic reviews "Thomas and the Magic Railroad," a movie based on a children's TV show he's never seen and is shocked to learn that Oscar-nominated actors Alec Baldwin and Peter Fonda are in this movie.
For the latest installment of "Old vs. New," the Critic decides to compare two classic Hannibal Lecter movies: the 1986 thriller "Manhunter" and its 2002 remake, "Red Dragon" with Anthony Hopkins as Lecter.
The Critic makes it no secret that he's not a fan of 90s child star Mara Wilson and he reinforces that with a review of another one of her movies: A Simple Wish (1997). Unfortunately, that leads to a shocking surprise cameo appearance from the actress herself.
Running out of material that deal with bad Robin Williams movies, The Critic finds new material when he finds out the latest movie he has to review, Jack is directed by The Godfather's Francis Ford Coppola.
The Critic caves in to popular demand and reviews Digimon: The Movie based on a cartoon he knows absolutely nothing about. Luckily for him, he knows someone who does. Guest starring Jesuotaku and Angry Joe.
The Critic and Todd in the Shadows team up to do a review of The Wiz, an urban take on The Wizard of Oz featuring Michael Jackson and written by Joel Schumacher, inventor of the dreaded Bat Credit Card.
Annoyed that the film Total Recall got a remake, the Critic decides to review the original Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, a movie he actually likes despite it being a Schwarzenegger film. Guest starring That Sci-Fi Guy.
The Nostalgia Critic is still mourning the loss of his close friend and colleague, Ma-Ti. As if things weren't bad enough, he soon finds himself under house arrest, thanks to protests from Terl, the psychotic Psychlo; Paw discovers a strange entity emanating from space.
Government agents confiscate Spoony, while the Critic "beams up" his fellow reviewers to his house in order to put their minds together to come up with a solution to right the Critic's wrongs and find Ma-Ti and stop the current threat on the planet. In short (no offense, Mickey), they steal equipment from Dr. Insano and convert the Critic's house into a galactic cruiser.
The Channel Awesome crew blasts off into space aboard the U.S.S. Exit Strategy (Doug's house), bound for Europa. During the trip, the crew amuse themselves with various activities, such as Paw shooting a vlog and C.R. and JesuOtaku start building a contraption envisioned in their similar dream, and Lindsay, Todd and Lupa finally solve their love triangle; Meanwhile, Terl teams up with the jaded General Zod.
Part IV finds our heroes pitted against Terl and General Zod. The Critic rescues Sage, Sad Panda and Spoony from Terl's men, only to engage in a lengthy battle of many weapons and wits. Through a series of beaming snafus, the Cinema Snob gets captured.
The captive Cinema Snob is tempted by the Dark Side to abandon the critics for a chance to create his own movie. Meanwhile, another crew member is assimilated by Mechakara and the Nostalgia Chick and Film Brain goes inside Spoony's head to find out the truth about the Plot Hole and Ma-Ti.
Luke Mochrie seeks out the wise and powerful Oancitizen, who trains him in the ways of The Plot; the critics prepare for battle against the Executor's army; the Nostalgia Critic succumbs to his own feeling of self-doubt and heads for The Hole, not knowing that it's a trap!
The crap hits the fan as Luke and Snob engage in a duel of the fates; the Nostalgia Critic has an out-of-universe experience and meets his maker; Linkara arrives to save the day aboard Comicron 1, and The Executor, Terl, Zod and Mechakara are destroyed. But what about the Critic? Will he decide to enter the real world or continue on in a scripted, contrived universe?