Summary: The story of a large
sweaty man who goes to Malta to sweat.
Prologue: Servo gives his opinions on the Yes song, "Owner of a Lonely Heart." Special emphasis is given to comparing an owner of a lonely heart to owners of other things.
Segment One: After being plagued by the "Owner of a Lonely Heart" orchestra hit, Pearl calls and shows them the value of humor in the workplace. Bobo tries his own brand of humor and Pearl loudly and harshly shuts him down.
Segment Two: In order to mock a repeated shot in Final Justice, Mike and the 'Bots go to some trouble, including having Mike trip in the exact same manner, about 400 times.
Segment Three: The lovable Maltese puppet Goosio* visits the ship. The robots, thinking it's an invention of Mike's, kill it.
Segment Four: Crow goes a little funny and starts insulting the character and physical characteristics of Maltese men.
Segment Five: Having seen Joel escape right after watching the Joe Don Baker film Mitchell, Mike assumes it's his turn to escape. The robots have to talk him down. In the castle, Pearl and Bobo are playing funny dress-up to keep things loose. Brain Guy shows up looking very leathery and informs them that he's not dressing up, he simply has a date. Wow.
Stinger: Joe Don's signature line from the film.
can't tell you how delighted we were at the prospect of
another Joe Don Baker film. Mitchell was a joy to do, and
many people have told me how much they enjoyed watching our
treatment of it. Final
Justice on the other hand, was
like having a knitting needle pounded slowly into your
knee-cap, and I wouldn't be surprised if people approach me
after viewing it and simply slap my face indignantly, like
that woman in Jaws did to Sheriff Brody.