In the first online chat, Kevin Murphy mentions the movie "The Land Unknown." Unfortunately,
the Sci-Fi Channel was unable to secure the international rights needed to air this movie as an MST3K episode,
but there's still plenty to be learned from the man who portrays Prof. Bobo. To see a transcript of Kevin's
chat, click HERE.
In the next online chat session, which features Mike Nelson and Mary Jo Pehl, Mike announces that
"Terror From the Year 5000" would be chosen for season eight. This announcement turns out to be correct.
To see a transcript of that chat, click HERE.
On Thursday, February 20, 1997, Bill Corbett and Mary Jo Pehl answered many questions about the
new season of MST3K, and announced that "Parts: The Clonus Horror" would be used for an
experiment in season eight. To see the log of that chat, click HERE.
Bridget Jones and Paul Chaplin joined fans for a chat on Wednesday, April 16, 1997. While no new
episodes were announced, Bridget and Paul fielded many questions about the new season, as well as about creating
the show in general. For a transcript of their chat, click HERE.
On Wednesday, May 14, 1997, Paul Chaplin, Bill Corbett, Bridget Jones, Kevin Murphy,
Mike Nelson, and Mary Jo Pehl participated in the unprecedented STEEL CAGE CHAT. To see a
transcript of this no-holds-barred event, click HERE.
Kevin Murphy and Mary Jo Pehl attended an online chat on Thursday, July 17, 1997. They discussed
many topics and gave enticing tidbits on just what the future of MST3K holds for its fans. To see the log
of this chat, click HERE.
Mike Nelson and Bill Corbett participated in a chat on Thursday, August 28, 1997. They were unexpectedly
joined by Kevin Murphy and Jim Mallon, and much hilarity ensued. To get a sneak peek at the "Blockbuster
Special" and other nifty MST3K stuff, click HERE.
Trace Beaulieu, who portrayed Dr. Clayton Forrester and was the original voice for Crow,
participated in an IRC session sponsored by Universal Studios. He talked about his current projects including Here
Come The Big People and his new writing stint on ABC-TV's America's Funniest Home Videos, as well as
his work on MST3K. To catch up on Trace's latest adventures in L.A., click HERE.
As part of its SCIFI.CON 2.0 online convention held during Halloween weekend, 1997, the Sci-Fi Channel
hosted a chat with Mary Jo Pehl. Find out what the Brains did to celebrate the wrapping of Season
Eight -- and get a glimpse at their ideas for Season Nine -- by clicking HERE.
Mike Nelson and Bill Corbett returned for yet another chat on Thursday, January 29, 1998. They
kept the audience well entertained while cagily avoiding giving away any Season Nine secrets. To read their words
of merriment and mirth, click HERE.
Paul Chaplin, Kevin Murphy, Mike Nelson, and Mary Jo Pehl participated in a chat
on Thursday, March 12, 1998 during a visit to New York City to promote Season Nine. To catch up on their doings,
The dynamic duo of Mike Nelson and Bill Corbett returned for a fantabulous third chat on Thursday,
July 23, 1998. This time, they announced the production of a new "Summer Blockbuster Review" for 1998.
To read more about it, as well as more of their words of wit, click HERE.
The SCIFI.CON 3.0 online convention was held during Halloween weekend, 1998, and the Sci-Fi Channel hosted
a chat with Kevin Murphy. Get a sneak peek at the Brains' ideas for Season Ten by clicking HERE.
A chat was scheduled on August 8, 1999, after the first showing of episode 1013, the series finale. Due to server
problems, the chat actually became two chats, with Bill Corbett and Mike Nelson in one room, and
Kevin Murphy in another. To read Bill and Mike's chat, click HERE. To
read Kevin's chat, click HERE.
On November 2, 2001, Kevin Murphy joined Sci-Fi for a chat to promote EDWARD THE LESS, the "illustrated
series" running on SCIFI.COM. To read the chat, click HERE.
On November 28, 2001, Bill Corbett also joined Sci-Fi for a chat to promote EDWARD THE LESS. To read
the chat, click HERE.
On May 2, 2002, Mary Jo Pehl joined Sci-Fi for a chat to promote the book "Life's
a Stitch: The Best of Contemporary Women's Humor," as well as to talk about her other projects. To read
the chat, click HERE.