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Great AV Club Turkey Day Piece

Erik Adams of the AV Club delves into MST3k and Turkey Day (and when he gets to MSTieween, Erhardt and I got a quote or two).

MST3K, Turkey Day, and 30 years of taking over the world before pie is served.

2 Replies to “Great AV Club Turkey Day Piece”

  1. Terry the Sensitive Knight says:

    “It’s going to be better than talking about politics with your family,” [Day] added.

    it damn well better

    “”Or maybe it’s another thematic tie, one calling back to all those L-tryptophan jokes in the vintage Turkey Day bumpers. As Murphy has been told, some people experience a soothing drowsy sensation from both kinds of turkeys.

    “The weird thing that I’ve heard, at least a lot more recently, is that it’s a lot of people’s favorite show to fall asleep to,” he said. “‘Oh yeah, I love your show: I’ll put it on, and half an hour later, I’m sawing logs.’””

    I know I have a hard time falling asleep these days if I don’t have an episode of MST playing on YouTube as background noise.


  2. Mr. Sack says:

    No matter how many times I read a piece about the history of MST3K, it’s like someone describing buried treasure. I’ve heard it from so many sources, from professional pieces to fan documentation, and it never fails to captivate me. You just feel the love and appreciation for the show from anyone writing about it, like they want everyone to know about this awesome thing that’s waiting to be discovered.


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