I learned that Mark has a theory. Mark always has a theory!
I learned that bringing Mike down leaves a lot open to ambiguity
That lesson gets applied in SO MUCH fiction
I learned that Mike really liked sailor suits.
I learned that of all the hosts, Mike – and Mike alone – can’t build robots.
Well, the others all worked for Gizmonic, so they’ve already got a foot in mad scientist territory.
Somehow, I can’t picture Joel as a mad scientist. A slightly peeved lab assistant, perhaps.
The poster for that YouTube clip may feel it’s in high definition, but remember that all the MST3K episodes from the first 10 seasons were mastered in SD.
Would we really want or need Joey to be any more highly defined than he already was?
I learned that the S in Gizmonics is optional.
I learned that bat-people can’t fly and instead have to chase their victims on foot
Just as well. A werebat would probably fly just as ungracefully as a Pumaman.
That was the best (only?) take
Joey the Lemur is one of the great mysteries of MST3K. I’ve seen it described as the “4:30 on a Friday” sketch.
It doesn’t help that the song is performed before the kinkajou (it wasn’t a lemur) shows up in the movie.
Gotta say, I was hoping that we’d see Joey make a comeback in S13…
I learned that getting on the Information Superhighway is really hard.
I learned that since Crow’s mile high meringue pie was literally a mile high, never, ever let him talk you into trying his dump cake.
I learned that Peter Graves went to the University of Minnesota.