|“|| (The 1970 Brooklyn Dodgers score a homerun)
"Oh this is the future where they sold the Dodgers back to Brooklyn"
- Main article: Radar Men from the Moon
In another doubleheader, Cody continues to thwart the ray gun campaign of destruction, then returns to the Moon to swipe some Lunarium.
- Main article: Project Moon Base (film)
A foreign agent attempts to sabotage an American lunar expedition.
Segment Two: Tom plays at being Commando Cody and keeps calling Joel Ted. Crow is stuck being Krog, but he wants a turn at being Cody.
Segment Three: Joel demonstrates neckties of the future.
Segment Four: The amazing all-purpose mystery substance SPACOM!
Segment Five: Crow and Tom hang upside down and read letters.
- "Scarecrow, I think I'll miss you most of all!"
- Crow is imitating Dorothy's goodbye speech from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz.
- "Ahh, it's the Das Boot theme all over again..."
- Joel is remarking about the background noise being similar to that of the 1981 Nazi submarine film Das Boot.
- "Look, it's Dr. Bellows!"
- Servo is identifying actor Hayden Rorke, who played the Air Force psychiatrist Dr. Bellows in the 1960s TV sitcom I Dream of Jeannie.
Behind the scenes
- Joel Hodgson - Joel Robinson
- Trace Beaulieu - Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
- Josh Weinstein - Tom Servo / Dr. Laurence Erhardt
- Jim Mallon - Gypsy (credit only)
- Jann Johnson - Magic Voice
- The first use of the riff "Get your shoes on, we’re at Grandma’s." A riff that reappears frequently throughout the series and is included the film.
- First use of the, "Saaaay!" riff (it occurs when Dr. Wernher is at the door of his hotel room and it looks like the spy is checking out his hinder).
- One of the fan letters in this episode complains that there are no "color movies"; despite Dr. Forrester claiming he isn't Ted Turner, the next film will be the first color film on the show (in continuity, if one doesn't count the hold-over that won't air until later due to rights issues)
- First song in the national show (by actual airing order)
- At the end of the movie, the theater is completely cleared during the final credits, but Joel peeks in and gets something from the seat before returning for the episode's final segment
- Radar Men from the Moon was not filmed prior to Clayton Moore's time on the Lone Ranger TV show. Rather, it occurred during the period when he had been replaced by John Hart.
Like most of the riffed movies, Project Moon Base was altered to adjust its aspect ratio for television and to fit within the desired time-slot by trimming several scenes. Footage cut from this film includes:
- About 5 minutes' worth of slow shuttle launch/landing footage.
- A scene during launch where Colonel Briteis starts feeling "space sickness" and Bill mocks her.
- The scene in which SPACOM first learns of the imposter Dr. Wernher.
- Bill joking about he and Briteis having to play Adam and Eve since they're stranded together on the moon.
- Commercially released on DVD by Shout! Factory in March 2011 as part of Volume XX, a 4-disc set along with Master Ninja I, Master Ninja II, and The Magic Voyage of Sinbad.
- The DVD includes Exploring the Look of MST3K with Director of Photography, Jeff Stonehouse and a theatrical trailer.
- Digitally available through YouTube and Rifftrax.
- 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||1989-11-25||107||Robot Monster||1989-12-23||112||Untamed Youth||1990-01-27|
|102||The Robot vs the Aztec Mummy||1989-11-18||108||The Slime People||1989-12-30||113||The Black Scorpion||1990-02-03|
|103||The Mad Monster||1989-12-02||109||Project Moon Base||1990-01-06||104||Women of the Prehistoric Planet||1990-02-10|
|105||The Corpse Vanishes||1989-12-09||110||Robot Holocaust||1990-01-13|
|106||The Crawling Hand||1989-12-16||111||Moon Zero Two||1990-01-20|