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In September 2008, HBO/Cinemax ran MST3000: The Movie, and Turner Classic Movies broadcast the movie in MST3000 episode #812, The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies (no host segments, but still the greatest film ever churned out director Ray Dennis Steckler under the pseudonym Cash Flagg)

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The Doctor needs help

... Mystery Science Theater 3000 was born on Comedy Central before the cable channel had its present name (Ha!). It ran 7 years including a big-screen version of the show which ran in theaters as Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie (which has never been seen on commercial tv), then ran another 3 years of new episodes on the SciFi Channel. It is now frozen in its 10th year like Walt Disney.

MST3000 looks at Star Trek: The Doomsday Machine

"Mike Nelson (Michael J. Nelson), Tom Servo (Kevin Murphy), Crow T. Robot (Bill Corbett), and the evil Pearl Forrester (Mary Jo Pehl), are off on their final journey. After ten years of flight, it is time for the "Satellite of Love" to head home, while taking time to see the movie" (usually a bad one. So bad, they talk and joke during the dialogue...)

Meet the cast of MST3000

Dr. Clayton Forrester was the goofy evil scientist for the previous seven seasons on Comedy Central, a spoof of a character with the same name in the movie War Of The Worlds (the character was not in the original H.G. Wells novel)
Joel Hodgson and friends look at "The Oozing Skull"

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection (12 volumes now available, 4 DVDs each

Vol 1: Bloodlust, ep. #607, Catalina Caper 204, The Creeping Terror 606, Skydivers 109
Vol 2: Angel's Revenge 622, Cave Dwellers 301, Pod People 303, and 7 shorts from other eps
Vol 3: The Atomic Brain 518, The Unearthly 320, Sidehackers 202, and 9 shorts
Vol 4: Girl In Gold Boots 1002, Hamlet 1009, Space Mutiny 820, Overdrawn At Memory Bank 822
Vol 5: Boggy Creek 2 #1006, Merlin's Mystical Shop 1003, Time Chasers 821, Touch Of Satan 908
Vol 6: Attack Of The Giant Leeches, Gunslinger, Teenagers From Outer Space, Mr. B Natural shorts
Vol 7: The Killer Shrews 407, Hercules Unchained 408, Hercules Against The Moon Men 410, Prince Of Space 816
Vol 8: Monster A-Go-Go 421, The Dead Talk Back 603, Phantom Planet 902, Hobgoblins 907
Vol 9: Women Of The Prehistoric Planet 104, Wild Rebels 207, The Sinister Urge 613, The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living & Became Mixed-Up Zombies 812
Vol 10: Godzilla vs. Megalon 212, Swamp Diamonds 503, Teen-Age Strangler 514, The Giant Spider Invasion 810
Vol 11: The Ring Of Terror 206, The Indestructible Man 409, Tormented 414, Horrors Of Spider Island 1011

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Mike Nelson was a panelist/commentator in the 2004 docu series SUPER SECRET MOVIE RULES on VH-1. The series is repeated occasionally.

The Shadow was on USA Network recently (Mike Nelson's mind is still fogged from seeing it)
***** SYFY channel episodes of MST3K aired at 9 am Saturdays (EST/Pacific),
No episodes are scheduled for broadcast this year
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John Travolta in the year 3000 Battlefield Earth by L. Ron Hubbard starred John Travolta in the year 3000. But Mike Nelson and his robot friends don't sound impressed in this clip. And please don't hold a Grudge (Mike had trouble understanding the Japanese version. It's as if he fell into some kind of Matrix). But was it really that hard to make fun of Jar Jar Binks in Star Wars: the Phantom Menace? At least Star Trek 6 has William Shatner. Now Star Trek 5 was much easier to make fun of, though this clip is a little better. And Brando's remake of a certain monster movie was ripe for the taking. Come on, give it a try. Be a Daredevil. And I hope you don't think Stallone is Over The Top. Or was that Nicolas Cage they were watching in The Wicker Man? I guess they're Lost in a silly Reign of Fire with a Wolverine in X-Men, The Movie. Besides, Arnold's busy with Terminator 3, before getting to the Crossroads (among the finest Britney Spears movies ever made) of running for Governor of California. Would you like a Cocktail while you wait for Harrison Ford to do something in Firewall...maybe he'll wake up in this other Firewall clip.
Forget it, I'm going to see what happens when Darth Vader's brother Chad joins Mike & the guys to watch Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Well, OK, that didn't go well, let's try a Star Wars Episode II RiffTrax clip without Vader. Here's the Trailer, as remastered by Tom and Crow. It all has something to do with the Fellowship of the Ring where the hills are alive with something. Or would you rather join Mike for a short about Nestor the Long-Eared Donkey? I'll be at the Road House with a monster truck and a Top Gun singing about the Fifth Element on Halloween. Don't mind me, I'm a Troll Too, a movie that has nothing to do with the sniper in XxX. What movies will they riff in 2007? Well, this shakey-cam interview probably won't help. Either Brokeback Mountain or Titanic. I think. It's a Design For Dreaming. I'm just Appreciating Our Parents, and other Alphabet Antics. Come to think of it, Mike and the bots made fun of "Titanic" already, in this look at The Oscars (1997). And why does Mike think that Gene Wilder's Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory was so weird?

Would you like to play a game? Wargames is on this week. Or if you prefer, Max Headrooom Squares has now been loaded onto this website including all 18 questions/answers and Max's original comments

Click here to watch Plan 9 from Outer Space in its entirety free of charge

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie was seen in August 2006 on Showtime's Sundance channel

*********************************************************************** listings not yet available for the year 2525 (if Man is still alive, if Woman can survive) Sorry I didn't update this page sooner, I blame the space monkeys, and anyway Gremlins ate my computer... And then a Poltergeist ate my Doppleganger. They're almost as bad as Hobgoblins. MST3000 short about railroad safety Click here for cool version of time & date By the way, what happened to the planet Alderon? I keep getting this error message and This page cannot be displayed either
Click here if you've finally gotten the voice of Jar Jar Binks out of your head (or to stop the music playing)
Click below after music stops to see the classic MST3000 short about Coily the Spring in its entirety

A Case of Spring Fever

Official websites:
MichaeljNelson.com, book author and running commentary on new "Night Of The Living Dead" DVD
Kevin Murphy, voice of Tom Servo and author of "A Year At The Movies"

MST3K - Academy Of Robots' Choice Awards Special

Bad news - the Scifi Channel's website has erased the MST3000 pages, so apparently it won't be coming back on the schedule. Except, possibly, in a marathon someday ... archived MST3000 website homepage (June 2003). Let me know if you would like to see MST3000 homepage archives from other years. All links work (including episodes) except for audio and some of the pictures.
MST3000 website homepage from 1996
Or do you just want me to Squirm

Posted on SYFY.com recently:
"Unfortunately, we do not have plans to show again any of the episodes of MST3K that we have done so already. To date they have all been shown many times over and we have decided to show other programming that has not been seen as frequently. Although we would like to show some new episodes of the series there are some issues surrounding the broadcast rights to the show that must be resolved first. You may not see new MST3K episodes on SCI FI very soon but it is our intention for it to return at some point."

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AFI has announced results of the 100 Greatest Heroes and Villains poll, and Arnold the Governator made both lists!

The James Bond page has been improved by adding visible text (why doesn't anyone tell me these things?)

Review & host segment for What's Up Tiger Lily

Had enough war? Visit "Zor and Zam"

Usually, the episodes run in order, but if an infinite number of monkeys were sitting at an infinite number of typewriters, they would have come up with the above schedule...

Click here for MST episodes, all 3 Sci-Fi channel years

Previously funny episodes on Comedy Central, all 7 years

Or click here for Monstervision with a link to Joe Bob's new website. You can also find host segments there for a movie reviewed by Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark...unpleasant dreams!

A handful of videos of the episodes (and The Movie) are still available:
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie(1996)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The Atomic Brain(1994)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Red Zone Cuba(1994)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Eegah(1993)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Mitchell(1993)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The Unearthly(1992)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - The Brain That Wouldn't Die(1991)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Cave Dwellers(1991)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Pod People(1991)

A book is available about Mystery Science Theater 3000, as well as the Amazing Colossal Episode Guide, and Mike Nelson's Movie Megacheese (I think Mike now writes for Timmybighands.com)
Or would you rather just read every Harry Potter book you can get your hands on?

Frequently Asked Questions

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          Previous Broadcasts:
12/08/2001  Space Mutiny #820 (it's got space, it's got mutiny, it's filmed in an old warehouse)    
12/15/2001  Soultaker #1001 
12/22/2001  Hamlet #1009 
12/29/2001  Bat People #1010
01/05/2002  Overdrawn at the Memory Bank #822, Raul Julia like you've never seen him before!
01/12/2002  The Final Sacrifice  #910     
01/19/2002  Quest of the Delta Knights (#913) not to be confused 
     with the Delta Queen, a steamboat on the Mississippi River 
01/26/2002  Parts: The Clonus Horror #811, send in the clones   
02/02/2002  Merlin's Shop Of Mystical Wonders #1003     
02/09/2002  Prince Of Space #816 (he's a real prince)
02/16/2002  The Girl in Gold Boots (not everyone can make a cheap movie this bad)
02/23/2002  Devil Fish (just when you thought it was safe to go back in the devil ocean)
03/02/2002  Future War #1004     
03/09/2002  Hobgoblins #907, not to be confused with Gremlins
03/16/2002  Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues #1006 (and continues, and continues) 
03/23/2002  Final Justice #1008     
03/30/2002  Time Chasers #821 
06-APR-02  Danger: Diabolik #1013
        Note: John Phillip Law, the villain in DIABOLIK, also plays the blind angel in
Monstervision movie Barbarella
13-APR-02  A Touch Of Satan #908, & a pinch of salt
20-APR-02  The Horrors Of Spider Island #1011, (oh the horror, the horror)
27-APR-02  Invasion Of The Neptune Men #819 
04-MAY-02  Giant Spider Invasion #810, get the giant Raid
11-MAY-02  Track Of The Moon Beast #1007 (silly old moon beast)    
18-MAY-02  Squirm #1012 
25-MAY-02  No episode for Memorial Day, celebrate by thanking those who are kicking Taliban butt
01-JUN-02  Soultaker #1001 (and you thought Martin Sheen looks gloomy on The West Wing)  
08-JUN-02  The Screaming Skull #912
15-JUN-02  Bat People #1010 (any comparison with Batman is purely wishful thinking on the
 filmmaker's part)    
22-JUN-02  Phantom Planet #902     
29-JUN-02  Hamlet #1009 (the best dubbed German tv-movie version of Shakespeare, ever)
07-SEP-02  Future War #1004     
14-SEP-02  Prince Of Space #816
21-SEP-02  Invasion Of The Neptune Men #819 (at least they're not from Uranus)
28-SEP-02  Time Chasers #821 
05-OCT-02  Giant Spider Invasion #810, get the giant Raid
12-OCT-02  The Horrors Of Spider Island #1011, (oh the horror, the horror)
19-OCT-02  Squirm #1012
26-OCT-02  A Touch Of Satan #908, & a pinch of salt
02-NOV-02  Hamlet #1009 (the best dubbed German tv-movie version of Shakespeare, ever) 
09-NOV-02  Bat People #1010 (any comparison with Batman is purely wishful thinking on the
 filmmaker's part)  
16-NOV-02  Soultaker #1001 (and you thought Martin Sheen looks gloomy on The West Wing)
By the way, Monstervision's Joe Bob Briggs also has a review of Soultaker
23-NOV-02  No episode due to international plot against movie fans
30-NOV-02  No episode due to international plot against movie fans (part 2)
 7-DEC-02  Japanese attack Pearl Harbor again on cable, but still no MST-3000 movie
14-DEC-02  Yet more non-MST3000 programming
21-DEC-02  Track Of The Moon Beast #1007
28-DEC-02  Final Justice #1008 
11-JAN-03  Space Mutiny #820 (it's got space, it's got mutiny, it's filmed in an old warehouse)
18-JAN-03  Phantom Planet #902     
25-JAN-03  The Screaming Skull #912
01-FEB-03  DEVIL FISH #911     
08-FEB-03  FUTURE WAR #1004     
01-MAR-03  HAMLET #1009     
08-MAR-03  SPACE MUTINY #820     
15-MAR-03  TIME CHASERS #821     
22-MAR-03  A TOUCH OF SATAN #908     
29-MAR-03  BAT PEOPLE #1010
05-APR-03  SQUIRM #1012     
12-APR-03  SOULTAKER #1001   
31-MAY-03  DEVIL FISH #911 
07-JUN-03  FINAL JUSTICE #1008     
14-JUN-03  PRINCE OF SPACE #816 (he's a real prince)    
28-JUN-03  SQUIRM #1012 (you'll never look at worms or springs the same again)
05-JUL-03  FINAL SACRIFICE #910     
12-JUL-03  TRACK OF THE MOON BEAST #1007 (silly old moon beast)
19-JUL-03  SCREAMING SKULL #912 (he's guilty, guilty, really guilty!)
02-AUG-03  Girl In The Gold Boots #1002     
09-AUG-03  Overdrawn at the Memory Bank #822, Raul Julia like you've never seen him before!
16-AUG-03  BOGGY CREEK 2: And The Legend Continues #1006     
23-AUG-03  Hamlet #1009 (the best dubbed German tv-movie version of Shakespeare, ever) 
30-AUG-03  Quest of the Delta Knights (#913) not to be confused 
     with the Delta Queen, a steamboat on the Mississippi River 
13-SEP-03  SCREAMING SKULL #912     
25-OCT-03  No episode due to special programming
01-NOV-03  TRACK OF THE MOON BEAST #1007     
08-NOV-03  PHANTOM PLANET #902     
15-NOV-03  THE GIRL IN THE GOLD BOOTS #1002     
13-DEC-03  HAMLET #1009     
10-JAN-04  FINAL JUSTICE #1008     
    No eps scheduled by SCIFI Channel after January 2004
MST-3000: The Movie (Mike Nelson's review) was on Starz and Sundance recently,
see Monstervision page for schedule
Episodes broadcast since 12/99 to mid-2002 Every episode, by title & one-line description
Every episode, in alphabetical order, all ten years
"Our old mistakes do come back to haunt us. Especially with video." Peter O'Toole (1988)
(For example, Peter O'Toole was in Supergirl)

Freaky talking cats video...and...the RiffTrax version


Today is . . . just days until everybody stops talking about the 2001 movie sequel "2010."
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Official Mystery Science Theater 3000 homepage at Scifi Channel's website (archived in 1996)

Other columns by MST3000's writers (archived from 1999)

MST3000 images including some much too big to post here

Goodbye (1999)

Davy Jones wants your soul at world's end (it sounded better than pieces of whatever was in our pockets)

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