The Movie


The continuation of Fugitive Alien. After a brief recap of the first movie, the Star Force spaceship Bacchus-3 is heading to the planet Sayzar of the Colonel they rescued from prison in the first part. They plan to, with his help, sabotage a weapon there that can destroy an entire planet. They succeed, but the Colonel suddenly feels patriotic when he hears Sayzar’s Handel-like anthem over a loudspeaker, and is killed when he runs back to prevent the secret weapon from being destroyed.

The next part of the movie seems to come from a different episode of the show, as it shows the crew of the Bacchus-3 going to another planet for another weapon, one that can destroy the entire universe. But this story is soon forgotten when Ken sees someone who looks exactly like his mom. It turns out to be a trap to kill Ken set by the Kabuki Darth Vader guy, ruler of Ken’s planet Valnastar, who was last seen in the first movie. Ken and the Kabuki Darth then fight it out, both on the ground and in spaceships, and the Kabuki Darth is (apparently) killed when his spaceship crashes. So the Bacchus-3 now takes off again, but Ken tells the rest of the crew that he is leaving to return to his planet of Valnastar and change it into a better place for all the Kens in the universe. The End. [1]


This is the conclusion of the Star Wars rip-off Japanese TV show convolutedly edited into a two-part movie by Sandy Frank, first seen in Episode 310. [2]
See Episode 318

The Episode

Host Segments

Prologue: Joel demonstrates some of his inventions, including the num-clucks, a gun silencer that helps robbers communicate and the chiro helmet. (Note: This segment was viewable in the "Genesis" section of the old

Segment 1: Crow explains Thanksgiving to Gypsy in a rather obscure way. (Note: This segment appears on The MST Scrapbook tape.)

Segment 2: Crow and Servo try to simulate the feeling of being on drugs by wearing clothing pins on their mouths.

Segment 3: While Joel explains to Gypsy how Japanese films are made, he notices a clothing pin on her mouth, which Crow put there to try out an experiment. Joel explains to Gypsy what it's like to simulate the feeling of being on drugs by using glasses with drug-like colors. It doesn't work on Gypsy, so Joel bops her on the head to show her what drug use is like. (Note: This segment was viewable in the "Genesis" section of the old

Obscure References


  • This episode is currently the only remaining episode considered "lost", as no fan copy has surfaced, nor has it been released after its initial airing on KTMA. Ivan Askwith, a member of the second revival Kickstarter project for Mystery Science Theater 3000 created by Joel, confirmed on April 21, 2021 that a copy of K03 is not available in their collection and they have been trying very hard to find a copy of the episode to release to the public.[1] As not even Joel has a copy of the episode, it is unlikely this episode will ever see a full release.
  • As the full episode has not been released, some segments are currently unknown and therefore unlisted.
  • Gypsy is referred to as "Gypsum" throughout the entire episode.
  • Starting with this episode up until K06 - Gamera vs Gaos, Servo speaks with a Kermit the Frog-type voice.


  1. Official statement by Ivan Askwith. Retrieved 26 April '21

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