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Goodbye Sci-Fi

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

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  1. John Paradox says:

    Bounty Tracker? So he leaves pieces of paper towels in his trail?


  2. jay says:

    John Paradox:
    Bounty Tracker?So he leaves pieces of paper towels in his trail?

    That would still be better than Charmin Tracker where he follows bears with bits of wipey-wipey stuck on their hinders.


  3. goalieboy82 says:

    John Paradox:
    Bounty Tracker?So he leaves pieces of paper towels in his trail?

    this movie is the quicker picker upper.


  4. Terry the Sensitive Knight says:

    now I want a movie where the Brawny guy fights crime


  5. mst3kme says:

    It says something about Lorenzo Lamas‘s film career when his best movie role was having no speaking lines in “Grease.”


  6. touches no one's life, then leaves says:

    “Bounty Tracker”

    No, you idiot, you’re supposed to track down the guy with the bounty on his head, not the bounty ITSELF…


  7. Sitting Duck says:

    Alas, Nancy Walker had already died by the time principal photography began.

    On the MST3K connection front, Eugene Robert Glazer (Luis Sarazin) was Guide #2 in Parts: The Clonus Horror.


  8. privateiron says:

    I remember Glazer from “La Femme Nikita.”

    In a very tangential way there’s an MSTK connection via the myriad references the show did to Pee Wee’s Big Adventure: the guy in the wheel chair (Alberto) is the escaped prisoner that Pee Wee befriends.


  9. Yeti of Great Danger says:

    I love the callback to “The Guy from Harlem.”


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