|“||"Why does he have to kill them to prove his point? Can't he just show them a pie chart or something?"||”|
- Main article: Radar Men from the Moon
Cody and Ted attempt to steal an atomic ray gun from the Moon Men.
- Main article: The Mad Monster (film)
A disgraced scientist uses a wolf blood serum on his mentally-challenged gardener, turning him into a wolf man. The scientist then dispatches the wolf man to kill the men who denounced him as a charlatan.
Segment Two: Tom flirts with Joel's blender.
Segment Three: Joel answers the Bots' questions about the wolf man.
Segment Four: Joel switches Crow's and Servo's heads to near-disastrous consequences.
Ending Segment: Joel tries to offer RAM Chips to the Bots to say good things about the movie; when they don't, he threatens to give them to Gypsy, claiming that she was created as a peripheral character so that they would have someone else outside of the movies. As the discussion devolves into existentialism, the Mads are angry at their ignorance that a mad scientist died at the end of the movie.
- "I got it from Dennis Hopper I think"
Refers to a scene in the movie Blue Velvet where Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper) gets high off of a small gas tank. In the movie it's officially amyl nitrate, not nitrous oxide.
- "Buddy breathing."
Buddy breathing is a technique where two divers can use one scuba tank, usually in an emergency.
- "Snack Canyon."
Snack Canyon was a theater ad about concession stand food from the 1970's.
- "I want you to meet my brother, Fred Gwynne."
Fred Gwynne was a tall actor famous for playing Herman on the sitcom The Munsters.
- "Did I just see a chuck-wagon roll through there?"
Purina Chuck Wagon was a popular brand of dog food. It had commercials featuring dogs chasing a tiny covered wagon through a suburban home or kitchen.
Behind the scenes
- Joel Hodgson - Joel Robinson
- Trace Beaulieu - Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
- J. Elvis Weinstein - Tom Servo / Dr. Laurence Erhardt
- Jim Mallon - Gypsy
- Host Segment Two is the source of a notorious outtake in which Tom flubs a line and then announces that he is "gonna go f*ck myself..." It is notable since Josh Weinstein continues to operate Tom's mouth as if still in character even after the take has been blown.
- The first episode to use the, "Move his spine around a lot," riff employed in scenes where an injured character is moved in an improper fashion.
- Both inventions were previously shown on KTMA ("Hell in Handbag" was used in K16 - City on Fire).
- Joel and the Bots actually leave before the movie ends and we get about 20 seconds of empty theater.
- Servo flirting with a blender is a remake of a sketch from Humanoid Woman.
- Commercially released on DVD by Shout! Factory in February 2009 as part of Volume XIV, a 4-disc set along with Manhunt in Space, Soultaker, and Final Justice. This set has been out of print since 2016.
- The episode was subsequently reissued in September 2018 as part of Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Lost and Found Collection.
- The DVD includes the original theatrical trailer for the movie as a special feature.
- Digitally available through Shoutfactorytv.com, Youtube, Rifftrax, and Vudu.
- Available for rent or purchase on Amazon's streaming service.
|preceded by: Season K||MST3K Season 1||followed by: Season 2|
|1989 - 1990|
|101||The Crawling Eye||1989-11-28||106||The Crawling Hand||1989-12-26||111||Moon Zero Two||1990-01-30|
|102||The Robot vs the Aztec Mummy||1989-12-05||107||Robot Monster||1990-01-02||112||Untamed Youth||1990-02-06|
|103||The Mad Monster||1989-12-12||108||The Slime People||1990-01-09||113||The Black Scorpion||1990-02-13|
|104||Women of the Prehistoric Planet||1990-02-20||109||Project Moon Base||1990-01-16|
|105||The Corpse Vanishes||1989-12-19||110||Robot Holocaust||1990-01-23|