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MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000
THE UNOFFICIAL EPISODE GUIDE


SEASON TEN: 1999

1001- SOULTAKER

First shown: April 11, 1999.
Opening: The bots are confused about why their "wet T-shirt contest" is so dull; commercial sign malfunctions.
Intro: The malfunctions on the SOL get worse; Pearl and the gang don't care
Host segment 1: With Gypsy malfunctioning, Mike tries to take command, with the expected results.
Host segment 2: *Everything* goes wrong on the SOL, but nobody in Castle Forrester can help because a soultaker has appeared--and it's TV'S FRANK!
Host segment 3: The mysterious visitor who saved the ship appears on the bridge--and it's JOEL! He fills in the bots on what he's been up to, and he and Mike share a tender moment.
End: Joel's completes repairs on the SOL, says hi to Frank, and departs with some uplifting words to M&TB; in Castle Forrester, Bobo and Frank hit it off.
Stinger:
Mom ogles her daughter (ew!).

1002- THE GIRL IN GOLD BOOTS

First shown: April 18, 1999.
Opening: Crow explains his WWBSMD bracelet; Pearl has evil plans.
Intro: More bracelets; Pearl, seeking board certification from the Institute of Mad Scientists, impresses the visiting inspector.
Host segment 1: Crow exacts petty, childish revenge on Mike.
Host segment 2: Crow is shakin' his moneymaker, much to Mike's dismay.
Host segment 3: Mike sings in the rain, causing much havoc.
End: The movie has caused M&TB dress like the ugly thug in the movie and chuckle; this fails to impress the inspector--but Brain Guy does!
Stinger: "Oh, God, I wish I had that pretty mind back!"

1003- MERLIN'S SHOP OF MYSTICAL WONDERS

First shown: September 12, 1999.
Opening: M&TB are into 1920s-era college pranks.
Intro: Pearl's latest IMS assignment makes Servo a despotic ruler, briefly, though Bobo taints the control group.
Host segment 1: "Niche reviewers" Crow and Servo review each other; both get panned.
Host segment 2: Servo acquires a magical spell book, which turns Mike into an infant. Waah.
Host segment 3: Mike shows off his collection of Ernest Borgnine childrens' books, which are decidedly dark.
End: Pearl sends Bobo to the SOL disguised as an evil toy monkey, but M&TB send him back; Pearl sums up her progress, while Brain Guy tries the vacuum-bump bit on Bobo.
Stinger: Little kid sings: "Rock 'n' roll martian..."

1004- FUTURE WAR

First shown: April 25, 1999.
Opening: The Bots calculate how many times a lady Gypsy is.
Intro: Pearl conducts LSD experiments on the bots.
Host segment 1: Tom makes a pair of legs so he can kickbox, but Gypsy has a leg up on him.
Host segment 2: M&TB thank Pearl for not killing them, which puts a crimp in her plans.
Host segment 3: Droppy the Water Droplet visits.
End: Mike has a biiig chin; Pearl explodes Bobo and Brain Guy's plans for going on the road.
Stinger:
The future warrior's shirt is head-butted right off.

1005- BLOOD WATERS OF DR. Z

First shown: May 2, 1999.
Opening: Crow enjoys a nice chaw.
Intro: Crow labels his chaw cans; Pearl conducts a maternal love deprivation experiment.
Host segment 1: Mike becomes wedged in the bulkhead of Crow's evil voiceover
Host segment 2: Gone fishin'.
Host segment 3: Brain Guy & Bobo demonstrate Crow & Tom's naked acting theory.
End: Crow & Tom show off their specialized food carrying cases; Pearl's mer-monkey has an admirer.
Stinger:
"Sargassum! The weed of deceit!"

1006- BOGGY CREEK II

First shown: May 9, 1999.
Opening: Crow and Mike's Cub Scout meeting is crashed by Servo the Brownie.
Intro: Now Servo's a Flemish glass blower; Pearl's potato-powered evil plan.
Host segment 1: M&TB's flashbacks get fuzzier and fuzzier.
Host segment 2: Pearl cooks up a monster legend, complete with haunting, evocative folk song.
Host segment 3: Tom takes up whittling in a big way.
End: Crow's tends to his fires; Pearl's legend biz gets kicked in the ankle
Stinger:
"I saw the little creature." "Nooo!!"

1007- TRACK OF THE MOON BEAST

First shown: June 13, 1999.
Opening: Crow and Tom are blossoming everything.
Intro: Mike's attempts to escape using a remote-control Bobo.
Host segment 1: The bots rush the Halloween season, and hollow embarrassment ensues.
Host segment 2: This week on Legends of Rock: The Band That Played "California Lady."
Host segment 3: Crow and Tom rig a remote camera, and catch a glimpse of Mike's disturbing bedtime routines.
End: Crow has injured a baby satellite, but soon all is well; Brain Guy and a brain-exposed Bobo bond, much to Pearl's displeasure.
Stinger:
"Moon rocks? Oh, wow!"

1008- FINAL JUSTICE

First shown: June 20, 1999.
Opening: Tom considers the unexplored implications of the song "Owner of a Lonely Heart."
Intro: M&TB are plagued by Yes orchestra hits; Pearl encourages humor in the workplace.
Host segment 1: M&TB demonstrate to Pearl how repeating the same sequence can be annoying.
Host segment 2: Crow & Tom encounter cute little Goosio. They hogpile him.
Host segment 3: Crow's report on Malta includes a good deal of slander on the subject of Maltese men.
End: Having suffered through a really bad Joe Don Baker movie, Mike assumes it's his turn to escape. He's wrong, the poor dope. Meanwhile, Funny Dress-Up Day at Castle Forrester takes a horrifying turn.
Stinger: "Yew think yew kin take me? Go 'head on. It's yer move."

1009- HAMLET

First shown: June 27, 1999
Opening: Tom Servo is now Htom Sirveaux.
Intro: Crow has a name change too; Mike interrupts Pearl's plan with Three Card Monty -- which she loses, allowing Mike to pick the movie.
Host segment 1: Crow & Tom's plan to be the ghost of one of Mike's dead relatives quickly unravels.
Host segment 2: Crow & Tom give Mike a preview of their percussion version of "Hamlet."
Host segment 3: Time once again to play "Alas Poor Who?"
End: Crow & Tom show off their Hamlet action figure, with real soliloquy action; in Castle Forrester, a snotty Fortenbras demands his due.
Stinger:
Claudius does a double take.

1010- IT LIVES BY NIGHT

First shown: July 18, 1999.
Opening: Mike quizzes Crow & Tom on colors and the moods they cause.
Intro: Pearl tries tactical misdirection so M&TB won't notice that she's spraying poison on them, causing mutations.
Host segment 1: Mike & Tom can't deny that they didn't forget that Crow's not Mary Tyler Moore.
Host segment 2: Finding Mike unconscious and foaming at the mouth, Crow & Tom assume the worst.
Host segment 3: Mike seeks Pearl's opinion on his new moustache, but Crow's larger 'stache impresses her more. Tom takes the premise too far, however.
End: Tom is dissatisfied by his franchisee kit from the Buddy Ebsen Hat Distressing Corporation; Pearl tortures Bobo and Brain Guy with slides from her many honeymoons.
Stinger: Bat guy says "Well?" then convulses.

1011- HORRORS OF SPIDER ISLAND

First shown: July 25, 1999.
Opening: Mike finds out that Crow has a syndicated newspaper column.
Intro: Pearl has moved Castle Forrester to a new neighborhood.
Host segment 1: Mike gets himself trapped in the giant spider web Crow and Tom have put up.
Host segment 2: Mike is auditioning dancers, and Pearl, Brain Guy and Bobo try out.
Host segment 3: M&TB want to know if it's true that you become languid and sexy when you survive a crash--and there's only one way to find out.
End: Mike has become a giant spider--well, sort of; as Pearl calls in from a rest stop on the way to moving Castle Forrester back, Bobo finds some toys.
Stinger: The girls scream from the void.

1012- SQUIRM
with short: "A CASE OF SPRING FEVER"

First shown: August 1, 1999.
Opening: The SOL's annual safety check reveals a surprising lack of same.
Intro: Pearl is throwing a Castle Forrester Fair, and Tom and Crow's livestock entry surprises Mike.
Host segment 1: Crow rashly wishes that Mike didn't exist, and sure enough, Mikey the sprite appears to grant his wish and enforce Crow and Tom's somewhat reluctant repentance.
Host segment 2: Tom comes down with severe Southern Belleness.
Host segment 3: Mike's plan to create mutant killer worms instead results in a tasty snack.
End: Crow takes a fall from his reeeally high platorm shoes; Pearl forces Brain Guy demonstrate the Fair's bungee jump attraction, which has some flaws.
Stinger: "You gon' be da worm face!"

1013- DIABOLIK

First shown: August 8, 1999.
Opening: M&TB discover the SOL employee handbook, which seems not entirely progressive.
Intro: Pearl has a new joystick to mess with the SOL, but it breaks, accidentally causing the SOL to begin landing. M&TB are thrilled (though Crow is nauseous); Pearl is less thrilled.
Host segment 1: Crow and Mike are packed; while Servo begins disposing of the many extra hims on the ship.
Host segment 2: In Castle Forrester, everybody is lining up new gigs: Pearl has accepted an offer to be dictator for life of Qatar, Bobo has a great new position at the zoo and Brain Guy has...um...lots of stuff going on.
Host segment 3: Crow has become fearful of returning to Earth, so Mike sings a little reassuring song, which helps, but also succeeds in scaring Servo.
End: The SOL nearly disintigrates during re-entry, but M&TB survive the crash. We leave Mike, Crow and Servo (Gypsy has launched ConGypsCo) happily sharing a small apartment, and settling in to watch a bad movie--"The Crawling Eye"--on TV. As they begin to riff on it, it occurs to Crow that the movie seems familar. --FADE OUT.--
Stinger: "Is that stud coming?"


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