|“||Uh, Mister B, what would you know about dignity?||”|
|“||(singing to "99 Bottles of Beer")
100 years of solitude, 100 years of solitude! Take one down, pass it around, 99 years of solitude!
|— Joel, Crow, Servo|
Mr. B Natural, the sexually ambiguous spirit of music, teaches Buzz Turner how to be cool.
- This film was sponsored by C.G. Conn, a maker of musical instruments, thus the importance of a brand expressed towards the end of the short.
- The short was released on the appropriately titled Mr. B's Lost Shorts??!! by BBI on VHS and by Rhino Entertainment on DVD re-titled as Mr. B's Lost Shorts, part of The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection, Volume 6.
- Buzz, the young object of "Mr." B. Natural's attentions, went on to earn a PhD from New York University. He ran a children's theatre company, and authored a two volume study of Shakespeare. He passed away March 29, 2013. 
- The short was filmed at the Waukegan (Illinois) Elementary School and Miami (Ohio) Sr. High School.
A mysterious series of food-truck robberies makes government officials doubt that the 60-foot tall Colossal Man is dead. He is discovered in a desolate mountain range in Mexico, insane and horribly disfigured. The military drugs him and transports him back to America, where he promptly escapes and wreaks havoc on a city. 
- This episode is the origin of the riff "Glen was fifty feet tall!" It's pointed out by his sister, as if it was believed they were trying to find a normal-sized man.
- In The Amazing Colossal Man, it is stressed that Glenn’s fiancée being the only ‘family’ that he has. However, in this sequel Glenn has a sister. The fiancée and the sister are not played by the same actress, and the sister is not meant to be the same character as the fiancée, though they look alike.
- In this film, Glenn Manning is played by Duncan “Dean” Parkin. Glenn’s grunts and groans were performed by Paul Frees.
Prologue: Joel and the Bots create new Mexican foods like Madison Avenue would.
Segment One (Invention Exchange): More new Mexican food, the Mads blast forth with the Breakfast Bazooka, and Joel turns a Twinkie into a grenade with the Between-Meal Mortar.
Segment Three: Joel and the Bots sing with the big head when Glen drops by.
Segment Four: KTLA predicts the future! It's extremely random.
Segment Five: Joel and the Bots partake of drugged bread, a letter is read by Glen, and TV's Frank enjoys some Thorazine waffles.
Stinger: Mr. B Natural prances around like a happy king.
- Joel Hodgson - Joel Robinson
- Trace Beaulieu - Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
- Kevin Murphy - Tom Servo
- Frank Conniff - TV's Frank
- Jim Mallon - Gypsy
- Alexandra Carr - Magic Voice
- Michael J. Nelson - Glenn
- This episode aired eighth during Turkey Day '93.
- "It stinks!" (Pod People)
- “Chili peppers burn my gut.” (The Side Hackers)
- "McCloud!" (Pod People)
- "Hi-keeba!" (Women of the Prehistoric Planet)
- During the host segment where the crew chats with Glenn they remark on how strange it is that he doesn't appear in the sequel, referring to the Colossal Man being a mindless, disfigured beast played by a different actor. This despite the Colossal Man not having appeared in the film sequences seen up to that point. The host segment featuring the crew meeting Glenn in the previous episode also featured such a continuity error.
- "Oh, Mr. Natural! I remember him from Zap Comix!"
- "Conn Ltd. and the New Power Generation!"
- "Extra value is what you get when you play the coronet!"
A play on an advertising jingle for Coronet toilet paper. A cornet is a brass instrument similar to the trumpet.
- "Third Base!"
Reference to Abbott and Costello's "Who's on First?" routine.
- "There was a man from Nantucket."
"There once was a man from Nantucket" is an opening line for many limericks, in which the name of the island of Nantucket creates often sexual rhymes and puns. It is so well known that it has been used as a stand-alone joke, implying upcoming obscenities.
- "Did it make you mad? Did it make you mean mad?"
"Did they hurt you, son? Did they hurt you an' make you mean-mad?" is a line from the 1940 film The Grapes of Wrath.
- "I gotta finish my letter to Jodie Foster."
- "Where did you come from?" "Bellevue!"
A reference to New York City's Bellevue Hospital Center, best known for its psychiatric ward.
- "Hey look, Paul Westerberg is the film editor..."
- "They should carve Crazy Horse." "Not enough time."
Reference to the Crazy Horse Memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the project, started in 1948 still has not been completed.
- "With the butcher and the candlestick maker."
A reference to the line "The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker" in the nursery rhyme "Rub-A-Dub-Dub"
- "Beware of the Dwarf!"
- "He blew his mind out in a car."
- "Chains. My baby's got me locked up in chains. And they are the kind that you can see. "
- "Oh, I get it, he's channeling Francis Farmer."
Francis Farmer was an actress, best known for her battles with mental illness (probably bipolar disorder), who was alleged to have been lobotomized.
- "KTLA Predicts!"
Reference to Criswell Predicts in Plan 9 From Outer Space. The Los Angeles TV station KTLA currently broadcasts as an affiliate of the CW Network.
- "Peppermint soap!" "All-one!"
During KTLA Predicts, Joel references Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps (18-in-1 Hemp Peppermint Pure-Castile Liquid Soap), a brand of soap whose eccentric founder covered the bottles' labels in tiny text expounding his personal philosophy. Excerpts include "ready to help teach the whole human race the moral ABC of All-One-God-Faith!", and "Magic Soap to clean body-mind-soul-spirit instantly uniting One! All-One! Absolute cleanliness is Godliness." (The "Impossible below PH 3" line Joel quotes is also from the bottle, and was part of instructions on how to use Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap for a contraceptive. This practice is not recommended.)
- "We had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun."
These are lyrics from the song "Seasons in the Sun" rewritten by Terry Jacks.
- "Mr. Utley."
During the debate, Servo is referencing Garrick Utley, who moderated NBC's long-running public affairs discussion program Meet the Press from January 1989 to December 1991 as well as frequently substituted as anchor for John Chancellor during the 1970's and for Tom Brokaw in the 1980s on NBC Nightly News.
- "Somebody get a slingshot."
In the story of David and Goliath, Goliath, a giant, is defeated by David by use of a slingshot.
- "Get that cat out of here!"
As Dr. Richardson is preparing the EEG, Servo uses a running gag from The Man with Two Brains where a cat scampers across the patient before each operation.
- "Giants Fail Last Chance! Giants Fail Last Chance!"
- "They're coming to take us away, ha-haaa! They're coming to take us away, ho-ho hee-hee ha-haaa!"
A riff on the lyrics from the song "They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!" by Napoleon XIV.
- Commercially released on DVD by Shout! Factory in December 2015 as part of Volume XXXIV, a 4-disc set along with The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent, The Undead, and The She-Creature.
- The DVD includes an introduction by Frank Conniff and a theatrical trailer.
|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||1991-06-15||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|