Worst MST3K Child Hero

What about this little brat who they made more annoying by dubbing over with an adult woman who yells every line?

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T Y O R

T R O Y

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Well, the poll and topic are specifically for…

Course, seeing Kenny in ye olden days, dressed as a wizard apprentice in short pants, would make for a grand cinematic adventure. Especially noteworthy would be those scenes where he leaves burnt offerings at the altar of his turtle God.

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Oh, if I could heart this more than once! :black_heart::blue_heart::green_heart::heart::purple_heart:

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Tyor. There’s just too many reasons to list

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I find this poll wanting because Paul from Cry Wilderness (BANG!) isn’t in it.

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I think after some debate, we agreed that Paul is the antagonist of Cry Wilderness.

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I voted for Simon, but I’m slowly shifting to Team Tyor.

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Can we get an epilogue 10 years into each’s future? Who is still reliving their “glory days” and who has actually become a functioning adult? #tyor

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They all turned into alternate versions of actor Jackey Vinson

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That little twerp from Robot Monster, too.

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Where’s Troy McGreggor of The Final Sacrifice (1990)?

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For all the folks asking about apparent omissions, this poll is strictly focused on the child heroes of trad fantasy films. There are way too many unappealing children in MST3K films to put them all in one poll. Gamera’s homeboys (and occasional homegirl) could easily be a poll of its own, as would the many failing young adults across the catalogue.

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Voted for Tyor, but in my heart I voted for Troy.

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Understood. What can I say? I’m a dreamer.

Also it appears that I’m unaffected by Tyor’s problems. I find the heroes of both volumes mostly bland and forgettable. Also, I may be the only fan who likes Wizards II better than the first one. Oh, well…

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Nah, I’m with you. Wizards II is in my personal top 5, I’d imagine.

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That’s what I did so I went with Tee. Kid just bugged me. It might of just been his hair. No, on 2nd thought, they all had terrible, awful, terribly, awful hair to be perfectly honest.

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Possibly it’s not so much that Volume II is fantastic, but that it lacks that creepy, grubby Yeti thing which Volume I kept insisting that we pay attention to. Well, also Carradine was fun to watch.

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For me, Tyor’s voice put him over the edge, that nasally, whiny delivery was like nails down a chalkboard.

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It was definitely a tough choice. I think I might of only spared Tyor because his hair cut slightly reminds of a young Keanu Reeves.

(I’m starting to slightly worry I subconsciously base too much of my opinion on hair)

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