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    http://www.wulfarchives.com/argon.html

    Original,
    and even better, the Mystery Science Theater version*.

    http://www.cowlark.com/parodies.dat/...argon-mst.html



    * A guy (Mike) is launched into space, and forced to watch HORRIBLE movies. He builds 2 robot sidekicks, Tom and Crow, and together, they watch and make fun of the movies. In this case, they make fun of the story...
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    Originally posted by Garlisk
    A guy (Mike) is launched into space, and forced to watch HORRIBLE movies. He builds 2 robot sidekicks, Tom and Crow, and together, they watch and make fun of the movies. In this case, they make fun of the story...
    Its a programme I used to watch on Sci-fi channel every Saturday! Really lame at times... but it had its moments.
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    • #3
      MST3K is one of the best TV shows ever. Especially when Joel Hodginson was on it on Comedy Central. They've got episodes at suprnova.org. I'm going to have to download those sometime.
      (AKA Dresden)
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      • #4
        Yeah, I used to be a real MSTie. Made sure I caught as many episodes as I could when it was on.

        Joel was my favorite, but was Mike was OK. The robots were the show anyhow
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        • #5
          Expertly chisled forms of grotesque
          gargoyles graced the oblique rim protruberating the length of the
          grim orifice of death, staring forever ahead into nothingness in
          complete ignorance of the bloody rites enacted in their
          prescence.
          That's just a.... :roll:

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          • #6
            I really recommend the MST version. It makes the whole thing just that much more funny.


            Example:


            The head of the mallet was slightly larger than


            Tom: --the sun. Man, was it big.

            a clenched fist and shaped into a smooth oval mass. Encircling the marble altar was a congregation of


            Tom: --kids from Brooklyn, circa 1951.
            Mike: I'll trade ya two catseyes for yer shooter!

            leering shamen. Eerie chants of a bygone age, originating unknown eons before the memory of man,


            Crow: Sorta like Strom Thurmond.

            were being uttered from the buried recesses of the acolytes' deep lings.

            Mike: I'd rather not hear about their lings, thank you very much.



            Example 2: I laughed at this one for minutes...


            With a nauseating thud the severed oval


            Crow: You mean his head?
            Mike: Let's not jump to conclusions.

            toppled to the floor, as the segregated torso


            Mike: This story must take place back when torsos were "separate but equal."

            of Grignr's bovine antagonist swayed, then collapsed in a pool of swirled crimson.
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            • #7
              It was so cool to find the movie "mystery science theatre 3000" , cos the normal shows are not translated in German. I watched the movie with some friends and it was so fucking funny. Good that I have it now on DVD.
              Deftones

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