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Old 04-10-2006, 09:17 PM   #1
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I did a search and didn't find any threads on this show already so......

We got any fans here? I love the damn thing and watch my well worn copies of it constantly.

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Old 04-10-2006, 09:24 PM   #2
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Just check my DVD collection. I have almost all the volumes on DVD and about 40 VHS tapes with two episodes per.

My biggest regret is finding the show wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to late. I missed it during it's initial run and stumbled onto it so late that seeing them all is a challenge. I just got Eeegh!! in the mail today from Netflix...I'm buring it as we speak.

My favorite episodes are: Puma Man, Hobgoblins, and Manos: The Hands of Fate.

It's definately a show that some people "get" while others don't. I personally laugh my balls off, but almost everyone I know doesn't seem to share the same love. Oh well, fuck em...
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I sadly don't own any MST3k but I'd love to have some.

I remember watching it as a kid and thinking it was hilarious. I plan on picking some up eventually.
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Good show, really miss it.
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Just check my DVD collection. I have almost all the volumes on DVD and about 40 VHS tapes with two episodes per.

My biggest regret is finding the show wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to late. I missed it during it's initial run and stumbled onto it so late that seeing them all is a challenge. I just got Eeegh!! in the mail today from Netflix...I'm buring it as we speak.

My favorite episodes are: Puma Man, Hobgoblins, and Manos: The Hands of Fate.

It's definately a show that some people "get" while others don't. I personally laugh my balls off, but almost everyone I know doesn't seem to share the same love. Oh well, fuck em...
Eegah is a pretty damn funny episode. You're in for a treat with that one, I think.

I got into the show late as well. Thank god for the internet. I wouldn't have been able to see nearly the amount of eps I have without it.

My favorite one has to be Giant Spider Invasion. Hobgoblins is sooooooo very funny...
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One of my all-time favorite peices of pop culture/entertainment. I own both soundtracks. I can't pick a favorite episode, but I love making my own Misties. Ever do that? Rent some crappy movie for the purpose of having a few friends over to make fun of it? I did that one weekend with Sleepaway Camp 2, Return to Horror High, and Slumber Party Massacre 3. It was a blast.

I wish this show were still on the air.
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I sadly don't own any MST3k but I'd love to have some.

I remember watching it as a kid and thinking it was hilarious. I plan on picking some up eventually.
Amazon currently has the Volume collections 1 through 5 on sale for $26.47. *nudges*
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i hated it as a young lad when it was tv. it sounds so cool now but i haven't seen an episode since.
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26.47? hell yizzle. I only have 4, 5, and the Essentials. But goddamn if Santa Claus Conquers the Martians isn't an instant classic. ("Hurray for Gummi Bears!")
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I just bought this Space Mutiny shirt off Ebay a few days ago.

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