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MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000:
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Mystery Science Theater 3000 and its related characters and situations are trademarks of and © Best Brains Inc. All rights reserved.

This unofficial episode guide is intended purely for entertainment purposes; no infringement on the original copyrights or trademarks is intended or should be inferred. In particular, this guide is not in any way intended to replace or usurp the Amazing Colossal Episode Guide.

This episode guide is © 2011 by Chris Cornell and Brian Henry. All rights reserved. Reproduction, distribution or duplication of this episode guide (or Major League Baseball, for that matter), without our express permission, is prohibited. Thanks.


HISTORY and CREDITS

The history of this guide is a long one, but we'll give you the Reader's Digest version. It originated as the pet project of one Kevin Kerr. Kevin was later joined in this grand undertaking by Robert Duncan. Eventually, Mr. Kerr fell away from the project, and the responsibility was shouldered solely by Mr. Duncan. As the years passed, he was provided with advice and additional information from Chris Cornell, Brian Henry and Jon Whitney. In 1998, Robert handed over control of the project to the maintainers of this site. We gratefully acknowledge Robert's many years of diligence and devotion.

A complete write-through: We converted to a blog-based (Wordpress) format in 2007, and shortly thereafter we began weekly episode guide updates, featuring expanded observations by Chris "Sampo" Cornell and an open comments section. All 11 seasons have now been completely re-written, but we continue to fine-tune the guide each week.

We would also like acknowledge the contributions of Matthew Duhan, Lisa Jenkins, Rich Kulawiec, Bob Bukoski, Emi Briet and Julie Walker.