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- Main article: Girls Town (film)
A rebellious young woman is sent to a Catholic reform school when she becomes a suspect in her boyfriend's death.
Segment One: Dr. Forrester unveils the Umbilicus with a pompous speech, as TV's Frank tries not to go to sleep. Gypsy is part of the link and she is troubled about it. But the Umbilicus at this stage has some "technical difficulties".
Segment Two: Tom "scats" like Mel Tormé until Mike and Crow have had enough. It doesn't take long, and so Mike and Crow begin a long system of containment to end the scatting, which ends before it can be enacted when commercial sign hits.
Segment Three: While Mike explains the honor system to Crow, Tom scarfs down all the honor system candy. He looks rather grotesque when he is finished.
Segment Four: The crew discusses how fads alter the idea of the perfect woman’s figure. They decide to design their own perfect woman of the future. Wings, Mexican tiles, huge eyelids, and power take-off are part of what go into their design.
Segment Five: Mike and the Bots joyfully send a cream pie down Gypsy's mouth so it can surprise Dr. F when the Umbilicus finally works the way its supposed to.
Stinger: "You tell that boy to go home right now, or I’ll call the police!"
- Michael J. Nelson - Mike Nelson
- Trace Beaulieu - Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
- Kevin Murphy - Tom Servo
- Frank Conniff - TV's Frank
- Jim Mallon - Gypsy
- Mary Jo Pehl - Magic Voice
- Paul Chaplin - Power Steves double bass player
- Mary Jo Pehl - Power Steves saxophone player
- David Sussman - Power Steves accordion player
- Gypsy's Umbilicus cord via Deep 13 has a male connector, which has prompted some fans to assume that this may mean she is transgender, as in the KTMA season. Of course, robots don't reproduce sexually so gender (and the societal constructs around it) is essentially moot.
- This episode aired twelfth during Turkey Day '94. The film's star Mamie Van Doren introduced the episode alongside Adam West.
- “Shut up, Iris!” (The Beatniks)
- “No, Lupita!” (Santa Claus)
- “Radar!” (Radar Secret Service)
- “He’d never touch you, Terry, you’re dirt.” (Teenage Crime Wave)
- “Who’s gonna make Daddy-O”
- "Tom Stewart killed me!" (Tormented)
- "Let's get you to Letterman's house."
- "Tonight, on Viper!"
Mike is singing the theme song from Gigantor, one of the earliest anime series to be broadcast in the United States.
- "Oh, and Benny Hill comes over and chases us around every now and then."
British comedian Benny Hill's show often consisted of him chasing or being chased by scantily-clad women.
- "Uh oh, Romulans!"
- "Oh, hello, daaaahling."
Servo is doing an impression of Zsa Zsa Gabor.
- "This is longer than In-A-Gadda-Da Vita."
In its unedited form, the Iron Butterfly song "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vita" is just over 17 minutes long.
- "Well, you're a cookie full of arsenic and I'd like to take a bite out of you, too!"
A reference to a famous line from Sweet Smell of Success.
- "Aikman slips out of the pocket and he's a cupcake!"
- "It's John Waters!"
- "I know who you are, I saw what you did..."
- "Well, then is *Geddy* Lee there?"
- "Dick Contino looks like Dick Francis!"
Dick Francis is a British mystery writer and former jockey.
- "Joe Jackson!"
- "Kind of a Dirty Larry and Crazy Murray here!"
- "Must... do... Christina's World!"
- "Meanwhile, at the Hotel New Hampshire..."
A reference to the novel and movie The Hotel New Hampshire.
- "My mother! *slap* My sister!"
A reference to the climactic scene from the movie Chinatown in which Faye Dunaway's character gives conflicting information about her relationship to another character while being slapped.
- "The Rock in Betty Lou's Pantyhose!"
A play on the movie The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag.
- "That move is pure Emma Peel!"
Cantinflas was a Mexican comedian.
- "Hey, Sister C, this is Father Dowling. Say, is David Doyle..."
Father Dowling is the protagonist of Father Dowling Mysteries.
- "And down goes Blaze!"
American Gladiators was a show with improbably named "gladiators" (Blaze, Laser, Turbo, etc.) competing against contestants in feats of physical prowess. One of these was the Joust, which involved trying to knock each other off a bridge with pugil sticks.
- Commercially released on DVD by Shout! Factory in November 2017 as part of Volume XXXIX, a 4-disc set along with The Amazing Transparent Man, Diabolik, and Satellite Dishes.
- The DVD includes the Ballyhoo Motion Pictures feature Chuck Love and the Anatomy of a Theme and a theatrical trailer.
|preceded by: Season 5||MST3K Season 6||followed by: Season 7|
|1994 - 1995|
|601||Girls Town||1994-07-16||609||The Skydivers||1994-08-27||617||The Sword and the Dragon||1994-12-03|
|602||Invasion USA||1994-07-23||610||The Violent Years||1994-10-08||618||High School Big Shot||1994-12-10|
|603||The Dead Talk Back||1994-07-30||611||Last of the Wild Horses||1994-10-15||619||Red Zone Cuba||1994-12-17|
|604||Zombie Nightmare||1994-11-24||612||The Starfighters||1994-10-29||620||Danger!! Death Ray||1995-01-07|
|605||Colossus and the Headhunters||1994-08-20||613||The Sinister Urge||1994-11-05||621||The Beast of Yucca Flats||1995-01-21|
|606||The Creeping Terror||1994-09-17||614||San Francisco International||1994-11-19||622||Angels Revenge||1995-03-11|
|607||Bloodlust||1994-09-03||615||Kitten with a Whip||1994-11-23||623||The Amazing Transparent Man||1995-03-18|
|608||Code Name: Diamond Head||1994-10-01||616||Racket Girls||1994-11-26||624||Samson vs. the Vampire Women||1995-03-25|