|“||"‘Course it pierced his colon…"||”|
|“||"...What the heck is GOING ON!!?"||”|
|— Crow (Losing patience with the film's confusing plot.)|
This is a continuation of Fugitive Alien. The crew of the starship Bacchus 3 of Space Command - as well as Colonel Yurulin whom they rescued from prison - head to the Colonel's home world of Saysar, where they plan to sabotage a weapon there that can destroy an entire planet.
Along the way they encounter a black hole, a "meteorite", and a just-about-to-explode star. They succeed in their mission, but the Colonel is killed when he races back to prevent the secret weapon from being destroyed.
Next, the crew of the Bacchus 3 travels to a fresh planet seeking yet another weapon, one that can destroy the entire universe. There, Ken (the titular Fugitive Alien) spies someone who looks exactly like his mother. It turns she is part of a trap set by Lord Halkon, the evil genius ruler of Ken’s planet Valna Star, who was last seen ordering the destruction of Earth and all its inhabitants.
Ken and Lord Halkon fight, both on the ground and in spaceships, and Halkon is (apparently) killed when his spaceship crashes. The Bacchus 3 takes off again, but Ken tells the rest of the crew that he is returning to Valna Star to try to make it into a better place.
Segment Two: Servo breaks down in the theater, and it is up to Joel and Crow to save him from certain death.
Segment Three: Joel and the Bots make a commercial for the Captain Joe action figure.
Stinger: Ken can fix it!
- This show marks the first reference to Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide.
- This episode aired fifth during Turkey Day '93.
- Servo names off other sequel surnames when reading the title 'Star Force: Fugitive Alien II.'
"Electric Boogaloo" Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo - "The Heretic" Exorcist II: The Heretic - "Nerds in Paradise" Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise - "On the Move" Mannequin 2: On the Move - "Citizens on Patrol" Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol
- "Rita!" "Meter maid!"
- Pink Floyd on the headphones - set the controls for the heart of the Sun.
- Here's the Spencer Gifts.
Spencer Gifts is a novelty & clothing retail store found in many U.S. shopping malls.
- Ah, another painting by Judy Chicago.
Judy Chicago is a feminist artist, author & educator.
- "It was the salmon mousse!"
- I'm the Unsinkable Molly Brown!
- All quiet on the boring front.
- "Saysar!" "Romero!" "Did somebody say-a Cesar Romero?"
- No more rehearsing and nursing a part.
From the Bugs Bunny Overture, the theme to The Bugs Bunny and Road Runner Show.
- Supercar....... Supercar
- "And the hoooome of the braaaave!" *spit*
- "Father Guido Sarducci!?"
Fr. Guido Sarducci is a chain-smoking, shades-wearing papal character created by Don Novello in the early 1970s, appearing on Laugh-In, the Smothers Brothers show, and Saturday Night Live. Novello has performed as the character on SNL and in guest shots for nearly forty years.
- "I'm Chet...Again, I'm Chet, if you need anything. I'll write it down."
A reference to the bellhop/desk clerk/shoe polisher character played by Steve Buscemi in Barton Fink.
- "We are 22 minutes to Weathership Tango Delta."
The position within the Soviet Union where Major Kong planned to ditch his B-52 in Dr. Strangelove.
During the Gallipoli Campaign of World War I, the English commanders ordered their troops to run straight toward well-fortified machine gun embankments, with results similar to how the men are cut down in the movie. It is regarded as one of the greatest disasters in the history of English warfare, with almost half of the 560,000 troops being killed.
- Joel: Where have I seen this before?
Servo: Oh, I don't know; a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away?
A reference to the popular 1977 sci-fi film, Star Wars (and its sequels), directed by George Lucas. The phrase "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away" appears as text on screen at the beginning of each film. Joel and the 'bots are most likely referring to the climactic Death Star Trench Run sequence of the first film.
- Commercially released on DVD by Shout! Factory in July 2012 as part of Volume XXIV, a 4-disc set along with Fugitive Alien, The Sword and the Dragon, and Samson vs. the Vampire Women.
- The DVD includes the Ballyhoo Motion Pictures feature You Asked for It: Sandy Frank Speaks.
|preceded by: Season 2||MST3K Season 3||followed by: Season 4|
|1991 - 1992|
|301||Cave Dwellers||1991-06-01||309||The Amazing Colossal Man||1991-08-03||317||The Saga of the Viking Women...||1991-10-26|
|302||Gamera||1991-06-08||310||Fugitive Alien||1991-08-17||318||Star Force: Fugitive Alien II||1991-11-16|
|303||Pod People||1991-06-08||311||It Conquered the World||1991-08-24||319||War of the Colossal Beast||1991-11-30|
|304||Gamera vs Barugon||1991-06-22||312||Gamera vs Guiron||1991-09-07||320||The Unearthly||1991-12-14|
|305||Stranded in Space||1991-06-29||313||Earth vs the Spider||1991-09-14||321||Santa Claus Conquers/Martians||1991-12-21|
|306||Time of the Apes||1991-07-13||314||Mighty Jack||1991-09-21||322||Master Ninja I||1992-01-11|
|307||Daddy-O (episode)||1991-07-20||315||Teenage Cave Man||1991-11-09||323||The Castle of Fu Manchu||1992-01-18|
|308||Gamera vs Gaos||1991-07-27||316||Gamera vs Zigra||1991-10-19||324||Master Ninja II||1992-01-25|