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End: Mike, Crow and Tom spoof the end of the film, while Pearl is weighed down with medals Stinger: Jim Stafford is really happy! The movie — two poorly spliced-together episodes of a forgotten ’70s TV series (a la “Master Ninja”) — is not painful to watch, but gives them plenty to work with. • This episode is included in Shout’s “MST3K: Volume XXXVI.” • The opening, with Mike as the mindless teppanyaki chef, is hilarious.
The riffing is great and the segments are mostly pretty good. “There’s about a 1-in-4 chance were gonna get out of this alive!
• Crow and Mike reenact a memorable moment from “It’s a Wonderful Life.” • A perfect example of the genius of this show is the scene early on in which four characters are just standing around explaining the plot. Then they pick up on Ben Murphy’s boss compulsively wiping his (apparently filthy!
) glasses and suddenly the otherwise dull scene is a riot. • The Turkey Volume Guessing Man segment is another gem, another hilarious example of Bill’s slightly deranged Crow.
Mistaken murderers involving accidents with sharp utensils and bottles of tomato sauce are surprisingly common.
The name of the trope comes from what is usually the first line the guy says afterward, often followed by, "I Can Explain!
I had thought that meant his last actual performance as Gypsy was the previous episode’s “Lord of the Dance” sketch, but a commenter corrected me. • Daleism: During the bar fight, the big guy tries to punch Buffalo Bill, but his fist is held back by invisible Sam. Crow: “Thought I was Dale.” Big guy tries again, and is again held back. “Again, I thought I was Dale.” • I love the way Mike answers the phone in this episode. This sets up the premise for the segments in the next episode.
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