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Star Force: Fugitive Alien II 

Today's experiment features real humans from Japan and a budget that must've been tens of dollars.

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Joel Hodgson ...
Joel Hodgson
J. Elvis Weinstein ...
Tom Servo / Gypsy (as Josh Weinstein)
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Crow T. Robot
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Today's experiment features real humans from Japan and a budget that must've been tens of dollars.

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[during a space battle]
Tom Servo: They must've spent tens of dollars on this.
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Another bad episode from the worst show ever made
7 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

I just can't understand why there is so much hype about a terrible, boring, lousy, uninspiring and immature piece of trash like this. It is easily the worst show ever made in the story of television, it is even worse than "Family Guy". Basically this show put some morons saying bad things about some obscure B-movies from different ages, and all what they do in all the episodes is keep complaining about how bad those movies were(Wow, I couldn't never figure that for myself!) No, I am not lying: I guess that this pathetic excuse for a show was the inspiration for the internet trolling and a lot of unfunny Internet "comediants"... In other words, this show was responsible for the death of real comedy in the new century. Thanks to "Mystery Science Teather 3000" we had things as the unfunny jokes of Maddox and the Nostalgia Critic, and awful internet sites as Encyclopedia Dramatica. This show is worthless: It should have been canceled after the first episode. It is the worst show ever made.


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