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Visit our archives of the MST3K pages previously hosted by the Sci-Fi Channel's SCIFI.COM.

Goodbye Sci-Fi

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

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Christopher Plummer, RIP

Weston Conn.–Christopher Plummer, who starred in “The Sound of Music,” won an Oscar for “Beginners” and was nominated for “All the Money in the World” and “The Last Station,” died Feb. 5 at his home here from a blow to the head he received in a fall. He was 91.

MSTies will remember his performance as The Emperor in the movie in episode 1106- STARCRASH.

The New York Times has the story.

Thanks to Paul for the heads up.

The Mads Announce Another Live Stream

Tickets are on sale now for $10. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Friends In Need Food Shelf in Minneapolis

Now Available from RiffTrax…

Download it here.

Belated ‘In Memoriam’ 2020

It’s taken an extra month to get this completed, but here it is at last.

RIP Sonny Fox

ENCINO, Calif. — Sonny Fox, a TV pioneer beloved by youngsters in the New York City area as the host of the Sunday morning program Wonderama, died Jan. 24 of pneumonia induced by COVID-19. He was 95.

Fox also served as a wartime correspondent for the Voice of America; emceed game shows like “The $64,000 Challenge” and “The Price Is Right,” and was the inaugural producer on the groundbreaking late-night talk show “Tomorrow,” hosted by Tom Snyder.

Fox had a limited acting career, but MSTies will remember him as Mr. Prim in the movie in episode 1113- THE CHRISTMAS THAT ALMOST WASN’T.

The Hollywood Reporter has the story.

Thanks to Gordon for the heads up.