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THE ALMOST BUT STILL NOT QUITE COMPLETE HISTORY OF MST3K
Mystery Science Theater 3000 has an entire history stretching back over fifteen years, though many of its more recent fans may not know much about it. So to help with this situation, here's our (increasingly less) concise, (moderately) detailed, and (necessarily) subjective history of everybody's favorite cowtown puppet show.
But, a bit of warning before you continue: The following pages are a bit text-intensive, since we have a more than a dozen years of history to cover. You might want to leave now and come back when you have a few spare minutes to kill. We don't mind. We'll be waiting here, whenever you're ready for us.
Huh? Oh, you're back! You're all set to go? All right, then let's get to it! Just click on the 1984-87 link below and you'll be on your way. Enjoy!
| Welcome! | 1984-87 | 1988 | 1988-89 | 1989-90 | 1990-91 |
| 1991-92 | 1992-93 | 1993, part 1 | 1993, part 2 | 1994, part 1 |
| 1994, part 2 | 1995, part 1 | 1995, part 2 | 1996, part 1 |
| 1996, part 2 | 1996-97 | 1997 | 1997-98 | 1999 | 2000 | Epilogue |
Legal junk: Mystery Science Theater 3000, its characters and situations are copyrights of Best Brains, Inc. The Sci-Fi Channel is a copyright and subsidiary of USA Networks.
All text contained in THE ALMOST BUT STILL NOT QUITE COMPLETE HISTORY OF MST3K is copyright © 2002 by Christopher Cornell and Brian Henry. Please do not distribute or reproduce this text or any portion thereof in any form.