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Weekend Discussion Thread: MST3K-Inspired Meals

Alert reader Charles suggests:

How about a weekend topic of mst3k sourced meals/banquets. You could start with an appetizer of some of Trumpy’s favorite peanuts. Then a hamburger sammich prepared by the cook in “I Accuse My Parents” within a side of fresh carrots from the Truck Farmer short. Wash it down with some canned Wassail (please check the
freshness date). Finally, perhaps you have a craving for some CARNATION ICE CREAM.

Okay MSTie-foodies, have at it.

(Keep those topic suggestions coming!)

73 Replies to “Weekend Discussion Thread: MST3K-Inspired Meals”

  1. twirling tibby says:

    Earth vs. Soup anyone?

       1 likes

  2. EAG46 says:

    ready4sumfootball:
    I don’t have a full meal in mind or anything, but I’ll take this as a good opportunity to ask an honest question I’ve wondered about for a while now. How many people after having just watched Squirm have thought about trying an egg cream? Have you actually tried it, and was it worth it? I can’t help but imagine it must taste pretty watered down.

    Egg creams are awesome! Milk, chocolate syrup, seltzer…what’s not to like? And while Fox’s U-Bet syrup is the preferred syrup, Hershey’s works just fine. Try a flavored seltzer for a unique taste. Orange, vanilla, berry…

       2 likes

  3. fatbarkeep says:

    Welcome to the Restaurant A-Go-Go.
    Once you get home you realize… There was no food!!!

       10 likes

  4. JCC says:

    For dessert, Flag on the MoonPie!

       5 likes

  5. JCC says:

    Heather_is_Pisces1999: Dr.McCoy,

    I don’t understand your hamburger wall poster reference. Is that from a mSt3k skit or what? (I guess you could just be acting silly there.)

    Some of the Universal movies riffed by the MST3k gang had a painting of what appeared to be a giant hamburger. I believe one of the riffs was “An original Ray Kroc.”

    More here:
    http://forrestcrow.proboards.com/thread/6772

       1 likes

  6. Jay says:

    HAMDINGERS!

    Pan fried straight out of the can and put between two slices of really, really white bread. The kind you can squirsh back into balls of dough! And wash it down with a Bottle of Shasta pop, any flavor and color completely unknown to Nature. And for desert? A slice of Crow’s Mile High Meringue pie, of course.

       3 likes

  7. Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy says:

    Heather_is_Pisces1999: Dr.McCoy,

    I don’t understand your hamburger wall poster reference. Is that from a mSt3k skit or what? (I guess you could just be acting silly there.)

    What JCC/#55 said.

    For a crisp example, the poster appears – in color – in Exeter’s office in Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie.

    It’s a little known fact that Exeter survived the fiery spaceship explosion over the water and went on to design the Big Mac.

    (So affected was he, Exeter, by that obscure, yet legendary, hamburger-at-a-distance wall art.)

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  8. Ray Dunakin says:

    Well, all I can think of is the one thing I will NOT be having: Whatever the Heck Ramsey those undead guys were eating in “Deathstalker & the Warriors From Hell”.

    “Guess what I’ve been doing!”

       1 likes

  9. ready4sumfootball says:

    @49 & 52: Thanks for the tip, guys! I think I’ll give it a shot.

       1 likes

  10. Satoris says:

    Hmmm………Maybe 20cc’s of pastrami. Induced intraveneously. Washed down with and eggcreme.

    Maybe that’ll cure me from getting the vapors.

       1 likes

  11. ck says:

    Anotther idea, while viewing Commander Cody (Slime Monsters dvd):

    Go tto Al’s Diner. The Blue Plate Specials are great, and there are
    advertisments for hamburger sandwiches for 30 cents. Roast beef sandwiches,
    though, are REALLY expensive (40 cents). Try getting Nick of
    Time Chasers to fly you there for real bargains.

       2 likes

  12. Jay says:

    Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy: What JCC/#55 said.

    For a crisp example, the poster appears – in color – in Exeter’s office in Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie.

    It’s a little known fact that Exeter survived the fiery spaceship explosion over the water and went on to design the Big Mac.

    (So affected was he, Exeter, by that obscure, yet legendary, hamburger-at-a-distance wall art.)

    As observed on other MST web sites the painting is actually of an island and appears in both MST The Movie and Leech Woman (both Universal films). Maybe that’s where they got the inspiration to name the film This Island Earth?

       1 likes

  13. ForkliftKiller says:

    Did I miss it, or has nobody mentioned WILD REBELS CEREAL?!? It’s the nutritous cereal that’s like getting hit on the back of the head with a surfboard of flavor!!

       6 likes

  14. Erich says:

    Was on my way for a quick drink at the local watering hole when a freaky little guy who looks like Edgar Winter told me it’s poisoned.

       1 likes

  15. Sitting Duck says:

    EAG46: Egg creams are awesome!Milk, chocolate syrup, seltzer…what’s not to like?And while Fox’s U-Bet syrup is the preferred syrup, Hershey’s works just fine.Try a flavored seltzer for a unique taste.Orange, vanilla, berry…

    Though I imagine if you use the store brand syrup, Vinny et al will probably bust more than your kneecaps.

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  16. Some hot dogs cooked between The Indestructible Man’s electrified knotty fingers, followed by slice of A Date With Your Family’s chocolate cake, all of it accompanied by coffee personally brewed by the I Like Coffee guy from Skydivers.

    Plus let’s not forget the after-dinner entertainment, an interpretive dance performed by The Girl in Gold Boots.

       2 likes

  17. Johnny's nonchalance says:

    John Robinson:
    Some hot dogs cooked between The Indestructible Man’s electrified knotty fingers,

    For a moment there I thought you were going with the weenie roast suggestion from What To Do on a Date.

    Careful that a warwilf doesn’t mistake your weenies for snausages.

       0 likes

  18. goalieboy82 says:

    @16
    one of the horse i rode is name merlin (he is still alive but lives at a different farm now) so no.

       0 likes

  19. Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy says:

    Jay: As observed on other MST web sites the painting is actually of an island and appears in both MST The Movie and Leech Woman (both Universal films).Maybe that’s where they got the inspiration to name the film This Island Earth?

    I am well aware it is not a hamburger – that’s what makes the riff so damned funny. :-D

    The film got its title from the novel – not by inspiration from a prop painting.

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  20. dcmatthews says:

    GizmonicTemp:
    David MelloColeman Francis Coffee, where it’s the worst part of wakin’ up.

    Very nicely done, except now I have that jingle in my head with your lyrics!

    “The worst part of wakin’ up
    Is Coleman in your cup!”

    Hey, you’re right, it works!!

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  21. Dan says:

    ck:

    “Another idea, while viewing Commander Cody (Slime Monsters dvd):
    Go tto Al’s Diner. The Blue Plate Specials are great, and there are
    advertisments for hamburger sandwiches for 30 cents. Roast beef sandwiches,
    though, are REALLY expensive (40 cents). Try getting Nick of
    Time Chasers to fly you there for real bargains.”

    “CommandO Cody, CommandO Cody”!
    This is important to me, damnit!

    Sorry, I don’t really care. I just really love the line “This is important to me, damnit!”
    If I’m ever trapped in a snowed in Rocky Mountain resort with my wife & son, that’s what I’ll write over & over again. “THIS IS IMPORTANT TO ME, DAMNIT!” AHHAHAHA!

    Wait…what were we talking about?

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  22. Gare.Chicago says:

    I’ve got a loaf of bread, with sticks of butter baked right in.
    Then you, my friend, have a Specialty Bread!

    Gare

       1 likes

  23. Lycisca says:

    John Robinson:
    Some hot dogs cooked between The Indestructible Man’s electrified knotty fingers, followed by slice of A Date With Your Family’s chocolate cake, all of it accompanied by coffee personally brewed by the I Like Coffee guy from Skydivers.

    Plus let’s not forget the after-dinner entertainment, an interpretive dance performed by The Girl in Gold Boots.

    Wait, don’t forget to work in (a la Skydivers) “LOVE’S PIT BEEF” – “the treat you can eat – Love’s.” Or perhaps some “English muffin pizzas” that Tony didn’t like??

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