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Goodbye Sci-Fi

Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett reflect on MST3K's final broadcast.

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Weekend Discussion Thread: Back to School

A reader writes in with this:

All the stores are in full back-to-school mode this time of year. So, what’s your favorite school or school-related riff? I’ve got to go with the classic, yet sadly true, “You know, school always smells the same when you go back. Smells like shame, guilt, and humiliation,” […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Favorite Drug Riffs

Our pal Timmy suggests:

Before I start my idea for this weekends topic, I (via my lawyers at Dewey, Cheatem & Howe) neither agree nor disagree of taking of drugs. Anyway, I recorded on my DVR (and am finally watching it) Woodstock documentary film from 1970 and this was said — and it […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Finding the Right CR

Alert regular “Sitting Duck” writes:

In his interview on the Riding with Death DVD, Steven de Souza touches on the issue of, when writing a story, getting the capabilities of those opposing the protagonists just right.

Or in D&D parlance, the Challenge Rating (CR). Too low, and the story becomes a stakes-free […]

Interesting Report from Blobfest

Alert regular Kenneth has sent us a report from this year’s Blobfest in Phoenixville, Pa.

This past Saturday, Matt McGinnis made an appearance at Blobfest in Phoenixville, PA. [Editor’s note: McGinnis is an associate producer and writer on the relaunch, but most fans may know him as “Matt Claude Van Damme,” the purple-jumpsuited […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Miserable Lives in MSTed Movies

Alert reader Tim (a different Tim) asks:

Among characters in MSTed movies, who has the most miserable life? In the ACEG, Frank identified the protagonist of “High School Big Shot” as the clear winner of that prize. At the time I agreed, but now I’d go for that poor kid from “The Beast […]