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A Day at the Fair
A farming family prepares for their yearly trip to the Indiana State Fair, both to show off their wares enjoy the offerings of the 3-H Club.
- This short was included on Shorts Vol 2, released by Rhino Entertainment on VHS in October 1999, and on DVD as part of The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection: Volume 3, a 4-DVD set with The Side Hackers, The Unearthly and The Atomic Brain.
- "Grazin' in the grass is a gas baby. can you dig it?"
- Main article: Code Name: Diamond Head (film)
In Hawaii, a government agent must stop a plot by a villainous master of disguise to steal secret information.
Prologue: Mike and the Bots marvel over how dirty others' lifestyles are as they are living in their own filth. They ponder an unknown smell.
Segment Three: Crow and Tom want to play, but Mike is too busy. Their complaints allow Magic Voice to show them what it would be like to live with a Crash Test Dummy.
Segment Four: Tom and Crow complain about Mike's cooking, and so Magic Voice shows Crow and Tom what it would be like to live with the Frugal Gourmet.
Segment Five: Mike and the bots have a luau on the SOL to celebrate the end of the movie. Tom dances the hula, interpreting a letter. The Mads are still obsessing about cleanliness.
Stinger: "Aaaahhh! Johnny! Down there!"
- 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
- "Controller" Tim Johnson appears for the first time in the credits and would remain for the rest of the series.
- This experiment was the last one used during the Mindless Summer streaming event series,
- A box of Wild Rebels cereal, Nelson cigarettes, and Crow's "Mother" are seen among the trash in the SOL.
- "Disgusting worrrm!" (Outlaw)
- "This looks like Daddy-O’s room."
- "There’s a lotta money here, Mitchell!"
- "This is so almost Mitchell!"
- Numerous references to Ian McShane's starring role on the TV series Lovejoy.
- The SOL crew's repeated inability to identify actor Eric Braeden, who is best-known for appearing on The Rat Patrol and as the charismatic villain Victor Newman on The Young and the Restless. When he appeared on The Rat Patrol he was still using the name "Hans Gudegast", further adding to the crew's confusion over his identity.
- "Well hello, in nomine Patris."
"In nomine Patris" is Latin for "In the name of the Father."
- "He raises Dead End Kids!"
The Dead End Kids, later known by such names as the Little Tough Guys and the Bowery Boys, appeared in a series of comedy films beginning in the 1930s.
- "Tell 'em what they've won, Johnny Olson."
- "Later, these moths turn up in the mouths of Bob's victims!"
- "Hi, I'm Jeanie at DeVry!"
A reference to a commercial for the DeVry Institute, a nationwide chain of adult-education centers, now known as DeVry University.
- "Come back to AT&T. Where're your 'Friends & Family' now?"
A reference to a long distance sales campaign launched by Sprint during the 1980s known as the 'Friends & Family' plan which directly targeted dissatisfied AT&T customers. This plan allowed a Sprint customer to make phone calls to any other registered "Friend & Family" member for a discounted rate, and gave a bonus to any customer who recommended a new user to change to Sprint.
- "Vatican II: The Final Reckoning!"
- "Mr. Woodman!" "Look, Kotter, I don't like your kids!"
Mike and Crow are commenting on an actor's resemblance to Mr. Woodman, the assistant principal from the TV sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter.
- "Heh! That Loudon Wainwright..."
Spoken by Crow at the beginning of Host Segment Two as he is reading a Life magazine issue about rock and roll. Loudon Wainwright III is a folk singer-songwriter whose music has a witty, self-mocking style. His father, Loudon Wainwright Jr., was a writer and editor for Life magazine.
- "Turn it off! Turn it off!"
- (singing) "Pick a little, talk a little, pick a little, talk a little, cheep cheep cheep..."
"Pick a Little, Talk a Little" is a song from The Music Man in which a group of small-town busybodies gossip in such a manner that they sound like a brood of cackling hens.
- "...going as John Waters!"
- "The Eiger Sanction had more Hawaiian locations that this movie!"
- "Rope had more Hawaiian locations than this movie."
- "I'm here for the Daniel Inouye fundraiser."
Daniel Inouye was a long-serving U.S. Senator from Hawaii.
- "He's gonna have a Montclair Moment any minute now."
A reference to an old advertising campaign for Montclair cigarettes.
- "Ted Turner in Frenzy!"
- "Patch me through to Yarnell!" "And Shields!"
Shields and Yarnell were a mime duo who had their own variety TV show during the 1970s.
- "We got a lot of money here, Mitchell!"
- "Shirley Hemphill!"
- "Captain Stubing!" "Merrill."
Merrill Stubing is the captain of the titular ship in The Love Boat.
- "Okay, let's flip it over to Hec Ramsey."
- Commercially released on DVD by Shout! Factory in March 2012 as part of Volume XXIII, a 4-disc set along with King Dinosaur, The Castle of Fu Manchu, and Last of the Wild Horses.
|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|