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Title: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Prof. Bobo on December 22, 2007, 06:22:23 PM
Out of curiosity, tell me - and everyone else - what was the first MST3K episode you ever saw? What was the episode that go you hooked?

[yt=425,350]http://youtube.com/watch?v=SyefAeg_cJs[/yt]

Pod People was my first, and I have been a rapid MST3K/Joel/Mike/Bill/Kevin/Mary/Trace/Frank ever since.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on December 22, 2007, 09:08:12 PM
First time I ever saw the show was when I noticed it tuning past Comedy Central....I couldn't tell you now which episode.  All I know is I saw an old b&w sci-fi/monster movie that I knew so I stopped to watch it....and then I noticed Joel and the Bots.

Could have been one of those "Rocket Men on the Moon" chapters...or It Conquered the World....just know it wasn't a Sandy Frank film.

Found out what it was from "Short Attention Span Theater" when they showed a bit from Project Moonbase.

First time I watched a whole episode it was The Black Scorpion.

They had me at   "What's behind this tree?....It's a dead cop!....That's right, Bob.  It's a 1953 Senora Policia, complete with .38 snub-nosed revolver, dilated pupils and rigor-mortus....You too will sleep soundly in your own Senora Policia!.....From Speigel Catalog, Chicago, Illinois, 60609"

I'm a sick puppy.   :D
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: anais.jude on December 22, 2007, 09:14:35 PM
my first experience was with the movie (this Island earth can be yours if the price is right). After that i was a dedicated fan, so the next one was The revenge of the creature.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Junkyard on December 22, 2007, 09:16:05 PM
This has probably been written in this forum at least 3 times by now, but....

I snuck down to watch the basement TV one night, several years back. I had set my alarm for the express purpose of doing so, and was a bit drowsy and disoriented.
I turn on the TV.
Commercial, commercial, sitcom, commercial....
Hmm. What's this? A movie?
Where are those voices coming from?
A closet door opens, and I see
THIS:
(http://retro-negation.nillahood.net/trumpy.jpg)
I'm paralyzed with horror, trying to comprehend that face, those voices, that horrible androgynous child.
I stumble back up the stairs, and hide under my covers.

The first MST3K film I ever saw was Pod People.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on December 22, 2007, 09:18:05 PM
This has probably been written in this forum at least 3 times by now, but....

Possibly.  Think it was before my time.

But think of it as a way to raise your post count.   ;)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: GregMcduck on December 22, 2007, 09:35:52 PM
My first episode was the original airing of The Deadly Mantis, and I fell in love. I've now seen about 80% of the episodes, thanks to this gosh darn internet.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on December 22, 2007, 09:44:14 PM
I've now seen about 80% of the episodes, thanks to this gosh darn internet.

You mean the gosh darn internet where the people who have the episodes I still need have seemingly dropped off the face of the Earth?
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: bratpop on December 23, 2007, 01:46:59 AM
I'm pretty sure it was a Godzilla movie.

First Sci-Fi that came in all fuzzy like a transmission from beyond was Overdrawn at the Memory Bank.

Didn't we already have this thread?
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Minnesota on December 23, 2007, 01:57:16 AM
brunette ... wait... what was the question?

I think it was a Godzilla movie as well but I can't be sure. Also, unless my memory is totally f'k'd, I somehow managed to watch it on network tv. I think it used to play after SNL.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: BathTub on December 23, 2007, 03:28:44 AM
It was either Master Ninja or Giant Gila Monster, I don't remember which one was first.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Ortega on December 23, 2007, 03:38:14 AM
I remember watching "the Wild Rebels" during one of the Turkey Day marathons.  I then proceeded to watch a whole batch of them.  Then the first episode of season 3 Cave Dwellers came on, I've been hooked ever since.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RoninFox on December 23, 2007, 04:36:19 AM
That's going back a ways, but I think the first one I remember clearly was Teenagers From Outer Space.  I only saw the second half that time, because it was when Comedy Central was cutting the episodes in half for the "Mystery Science Theater Hour"  I was pretty much hooked after that, though I did find it odd that Jack Perkins was hosting it.  Really had to smack myself in the forehead after seeing a few episodes and I realized who "Jack" really was.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Dim of the Yard on December 23, 2007, 10:17:11 AM
I rented my first from the video store.  It was the only MST3k there, and I had so many friends of mine telling me that I had to watch it, it's just so funny, you HAVE TO HAVE TO HAVE TO see it, omgomgomg!

It was Wild, Wild World of Batwoman.  A hell of an introduction to the series.  That movie actually scared me off for a good amount of time.  Then my boyfriend-at-the-time sat me down and we watched "Manos" The Hands Of Fate together, and I was hooked ever since.

Baptism through fire, kids.  Never fails.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Zandrax on December 23, 2007, 12:33:46 PM
I may have seen some glimpses here and there, but my first notable exposure was when Comedy Central was doing the weeknight reruns at Midnight (11PM my time). That was usually about the time I got home from work, and I stumbled across it. I worked a movie theater at the time, and I've always been a geek, so it was somehow relatable. I didn;t even get the true premise of the show until after an episode or two, I thought it was just random stuff for late night cable insomniacs.

Anyways, it was one of the Hercules movies. The one where smoke begins filling the cave Herc was trapped in. And one of the characters (forget who) said "Don't tell me KISS is gonna come in here and play..."

The rest is history.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: valeyard on December 24, 2007, 08:10:10 AM
I'm not sure which one was the first.  I only had cable briefly during season 3.  I have to admit, at first I HATED Mst3k.  It irritated me that they kept talking over the movie.  I LOVE bad movies.  I just wanted to watch the movie.  They had one every night at midnight.  Well, I kept tuning in, because I love bad movies and it was the only place to get 'em.  But every once in a while they would say something funny and I would double over.  But the first time I really watched, was "The Day the Earth Froze."  That was the one that hooked me.  I've been a fan ever since.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: BEERxTaco on December 24, 2007, 09:13:01 AM
My first was The War of the Colossal Beast... I didn't even know what I was watching. My wife had been channel surfing earlier that day and saw Rocketship XM, which was one of her favorite old movies. She was annoyed that these guys kept talking over it though. Anyway, she saw MST3K was on again that night and had it on. I wandered in just as Mr B Natural was starting. I laughed until my face hurt. I thought it was hilarious... when it was over they did the robot debate over whether Mr B was a man or a woman... I didn't really get what the robots were all about... then they went to commercial and I figured it was over. When I realized that they were about to do an entire, feature length movie I about died! I laughed my ass off until 1:00 am...
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: YoohooRiffer on December 24, 2007, 09:33:40 AM
I looked it up today and the first MST3K that I saw was the last ever aired.  I happened to click upon Sci-Fi and saw a Gumby cartoon with weird silhouettes on the bottom.  I like claymation like Gumby so I left it on.  Then I noticed that the silhouettes were talking, and they were saying some pretty funny stuff.  Quickly I ran downstairs and grabbed a tape and started recording "The Screaming Skull" on January 31st 2004.  I watched the show all the way through and loved it.  When I looked at the TV guide to see when it was on next week i couldn't find it.  I asked my parents if they had ever heard of it and they told me that my uncle has many of the episodes taped.  We started a tradition of watching them whenever we got together.  I think it was by a stroke of luck that i managed to have caught the last aired episode of MST3K, otherwise who knows where I'd be now.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: JoshWay on December 24, 2007, 11:16:49 AM
My first episode of MST3K was the premiere of Cave Dwellers on June 1, 1991. It was love at first chortle.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Junkyard on December 24, 2007, 08:09:17 PM
I think it was by a stroke of luck that i managed to have caught the last aired episode of MST3K, otherwise who knows where I'd be now.

(http://www.sweden.se/upload/Sweden_se/english/factsheets/SI/SI_FS15aa_Nobel_Prize-in_Sweden_and_the_world/Nobel_Prize_FS15aa.jpg)(http://www.destination360.com/north-america/us/washington-dc/images/s/washington-dc-white-house-s.jpg)
(http://library.thinkquest.org/11147/media/colony.jpg) (http://www.rense.com/1.imagesC/starchild.jpg)

Well, uh... congradulations anyway.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RobtheBarbarian on December 24, 2007, 08:25:21 PM
My first MST was The Revenge of the Creature. I was walking through Sears one day with my dad and as we passed the TV department I saw the same thing playing on all the TVs: a wierd old black and white movie with three guys in the corner gesturing and talking. I asked my dad what it was and it all snowballed from there.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on December 25, 2007, 05:38:57 AM
My first MST was The Revenge of the Creature. I was walking through Sears one day with my dad and as we passed the TV department I saw the same thing playing on all the TVs: a wierd old black and white movie with three guys in the corner gesturing and talking. I asked my dad what it was and it all snowballed from there.

Um....Hmmmm.....

No, sorry.  Sears is still the Anti-Christ as far as I'm concerned.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: valeyard on December 25, 2007, 06:15:31 AM
I'm not sure which one was the first.  I only had cable briefly during season 3.  I have to admit, at first I HATED Mst3k.  It irritated me that they kept talking over the movie.  I LOVE bad movies.  I just wanted to watch the movie.  They had one every night at midnight.  Well, I kept tuning in, because I love bad movies and it was the only place to get 'em.  But every once in a while they would say something funny and I would double over.  But the first time I really watched, was "The Day the Earth Froze."  That was the one that hooked me.  I've been a fan ever since.

Come of think of it.  I think the Day the Earth Froze was from season 4.  My bad. 
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Janitor on December 25, 2007, 04:57:36 PM
I was about thirteen years old, my dad and I were watching TV and we stumbled upon Comedy Central to find "The Gunslinger." My dad loves old westerns and we almost passed out from laughing so hard. I've loved (nearly) every MST I can get my hands on, but he only liked that one. Any of the others I showed him he didn't like. Weird.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on December 25, 2007, 04:59:33 PM
I was about thirteen years old, my dad and I were watching TV and we stumbled upon Comedy Central to find "The Gunslinger." My dad loves old westerns and we almost passed out from laughing so hard. I've loved (nearly) every MST I can get my hands on, but he only liked that one. Any of the others I showed him he didn't like. Weird.

I don't know that it's so weird.  My Ex loved the Shorts....but the movies he hated....called it "shit".

One of many reasons he's now my Ex.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: mrbasehart on December 25, 2007, 06:22:10 PM
I've always preferred the movies to the shorts myself.  Now I do love the "posture pal" and "a date with the family" stuff, but when they do the features, I get to see the movie too.  That way, I won't have to endure it vanilla sometime in the hazy future.  :)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Janitor on December 26, 2007, 12:02:58 PM
I was about thirteen years old, my dad and I were watching TV and we stumbled upon Comedy Central to find "The Gunslinger." My dad loves old westerns and we almost passed out from laughing so hard. I've loved (nearly) every MST I can get my hands on, but he only liked that one. Any of the others I showed him he didn't like. Weird.

I don't know that it's so weird.  My Ex loved the Shorts....but the movies he hated....called it "shit".

One of many reasons he's now my Ex.

*gasp* THE PHILISTINE!!!
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: MrTorso on December 26, 2007, 12:06:20 PM
Robot Monster in 1990.

Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Courtney on December 27, 2007, 09:16:11 PM
My first was The Hellcats, and I was pretty young so it might have been when it first aired.  And it took years for me to finally figure out which ep it was when I got older.  In the pre-google days, it was pretty hard to figure that out, especially since the only solid moment I remembered was the biker chick at the beginning taking her bra off and putting it on the casket, and that's hard to enter into a search engine.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: PlayMSTie on December 28, 2007, 04:43:11 PM
I think it was by a stroke of luck that i managed to have caught the last aired episode of MST3K, otherwise who knows where I'd be now.

(http://www.sweden.se/upload/Sweden_se/english/factsheets/SI/SI_FS15aa_Nobel_Prize-in_Sweden_and_the_world/Nobel_Prize_FS15aa.jpg)(http://www.destination360.com/north-america/us/washington-dc/images/s/washington-dc-white-house-s.jpg)
(http://library.thinkquest.org/11147/media/colony.jpg) (http://www.rense.com/1.imagesC/starchild.jpg)

Well, uh... congradulations anyway.

As we say on Dave Barry's blog, SNORK at Junkyard. :)

Let's see, first episode that I remember -- you guys are gonna have to help me out here. It's one where someone was pounding on a lattice and one of the guys quipped, "Lattice in!" It seems to me I'd caught bits of it on TV before that, but that was the first MST3K joke that made me laugh, so it's the first episode I remember. And that's the one and only time I've ever seen that episode, so I have no idea which one it was.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on December 28, 2007, 05:19:25 PM
It's one where someone was pounding on a lattice and one of the guys quipped, "Lattice in!"

And that's all you remember about it?   :o

Wow....do you even remember if it was CC or Sci-Fi?
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: PlayMSTie on December 28, 2007, 05:50:58 PM
I know -- weird, huh? It's like that one split second, and only that one split second, is burned in my brain! I THINK it was CC but I couldn't swear to it.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Junkyard on December 28, 2007, 07:52:46 PM
Well, Trumpy coming out of the closet is forever burned into my brain. I never would have known where it was from had i not found it at the video store.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Crazy_88s on December 28, 2007, 08:24:01 PM
My first MST3K episode was Pumaman. It was in the Summer of 1998 that I first got a taste of that show. I never laughed so hard in my life.  :D
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Junkyard on December 28, 2007, 08:30:04 PM
As we say on Dave Barry's blog, SNORK at Junkyard. :)

I've researched everywhere I thought would help me: I still don't know what that means. Is Snorking GOOD?
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: PlayMSTie on December 28, 2007, 08:39:37 PM
SNORKing is very good.  ;) (It's a rough approximation of the sound one makes while spewing one's drink out one's nose in a laughing fit.)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Junkyard on December 28, 2007, 08:46:23 PM
Oh. Then thanks!
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Bob on December 28, 2007, 08:53:21 PM
My first MST3K ever was Master Ninja I and II.   I was the "beard" of an ex-girlfriend of mine (as her parents liked me) as she visited her new "bad boy" boyfriend that her parents hated.    While they were out, I sat around with his roomate and watched this wonderous new show.    It was like showing the blind how to see.   I was hooked at once.

The first time I saw them at home was during the A&E Cable Ace award weekend and they showed "Deathstalker".    I was out very late the night before and had a monster hangeover.    I called a friend of mine who was out with me and he had a hangover too.   I made him turn on A&E and we watched it together over the phone.    It cured both our hangovers.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Thom_Serveaux on December 28, 2007, 09:41:09 PM
Mine was Rocketship X-M, but since I didn't know just what the heck I was watching, I turned it off about halfway, because the movie was so unwatchable.  I just thought that it was another local low-budget cable show, like Elvira's Movie Macabre or The Big Chuck Little John Show.  In fact it was because of the host segments that I stayed tuned in.  So needless to say, for a long time, I had no inkling as to Josh Weinstein's contributions early on in the shows history.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Ortega on December 29, 2007, 12:40:04 AM
Let's see, first episode that I remember -- you guys are gonna have to help me out here. It's one where someone was pounding on a lattice and one of the guys quipped, "Lattice in!" It seems to me I'd caught bits of it on TV before that, but that was the first MST3K joke that made me laugh, so it's the first episode I remember. And that's the one and only time I've ever seen that episode, so I have no idea which one it was.

I was just watching some old episodes, and i stumbled across the episode you mentioned.  It was Episode 620- Danger! Death Ray!(bab-bad-bad-duh-duh!...Bad-dah-dah-dah-dow!).  A couple of goons were banging on a door, and a lattice was in the way.
...
...
...
...
...BART FARGO!!!
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: PlayMSTie on December 29, 2007, 07:56:13 AM
THANK YOU! At last I can die happy look for that episode.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Chaos on December 29, 2007, 09:22:41 AM
I have trouble completely remembering the episode I first saw, because I used to watch this with my dad when I was fairly young (comparably). I'm REASONABLY sure that the first episode I actually saw was the Castle of Fu-Manchu when it was originally aired, from which point onward my father and I were rabidly dedicated to recording every single broadcast on VHS to gather up the older episodes. He still has the entire series sitting on pristine VHSes (copies of the originals), including all of the turkey day marathons and other specials, sitting in his garage. I still have a very large soft spot for that episode, even though some of the other episodes from that season are lower down on my list.

When I moved away from home, I didn't take any copies with me and lost touch with the show for a few years, until the good ol' P2P networks first started to blossom and I got almost all of them again from the DAP. I think I have roughly 90% of the episodes sitting on my old computer's hard drive.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: OTC316 on December 29, 2007, 10:08:46 AM
My first MST3K experience came from a video tape my brother showed me one night. I saw "Crash of the Moons", and "Attack of the the Eye Creatures". It's been all downhill since then. :)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Raven on December 30, 2007, 05:17:23 PM
I think the first one I saw was Jungle Goddess, I didn't get to start watching regularily until later on in season 3.  I taped the Candid Gamera marathon that they aired and started to watch all the turkey day stuff.  I caught the original broadcasts of a lot of the Season 4 episodes. 
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Crazy_88s on December 31, 2007, 09:06:13 PM
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/e/e3/Snork_01.jpg/250px-Snork_01.jpg)
Smurfing=Snorking=Marklar
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RoninFox on December 31, 2007, 11:10:26 PM
That's how we Smurf, baby!
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: stansimpson on January 01, 2008, 01:23:43 AM
I seem to recall catching snippets of the Joel years from time to time (my brother was a big Godzilla fan and it was almost lore that MST3k versions existed).  I didn't really sit down to watch it until I saw "Jack Frost."  It's still my favorite, and I've been devoted ever since.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Prof. Bobo on January 01, 2008, 07:50:39 AM
I love hearing these stories. Its kind of a way of bringing people together, knowing that we each had our own individual, but similar experience with MST3K. Even though we are separated by distance and circumstance, many of us all were enjoying the show; sometimes at the same time. 
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: mlcorcoran on January 02, 2008, 06:31:41 AM
I was about 5 or 6 years old, and my brother was maybe 4. We didn't get Comedy Central in our area yet, but my uncle did where he lived, and he taped the show and brought it over at family get-togethers. My brother and I obviously didn't get some of the jokes, references to things like Jimmy Carl Black and the Mothers of Invention were way over our heads, but the invention exchanges and the robots were so darn funny we'd be rolling on the floor laughing. And as I got older I got more of the jokes and references and that made me appreciate the show that much more.

I think the first mst3k episode I saw was Robot Holocaust from Season 1. It started with the last chapter of a Commando Cody serial. One of the very first riffs in the movie was a reference to Pittsburgh, my hometown, and I always thought that was cool.

Another episode that got me hooked at an early age was Daddy-O (from season 3), which has one of my favorite MST songs, "Hike your pants up" and a really funny host segment where Frank keeps trying to give a piece of fruit to Dr. Forrester but Forrester keeps smacking it out of Frank's hand. The episode also had a short about the alphabet that was probably my favorite of the MST shorts.

I tried following mst3k after the switch to Sci-Fi channel once we got the channel, but the timeslot kept changing so I had a hard time keeping up, and then it was unfortunately canceled. But then a couple years later I randomly saw a Rhino VHS of mst3k at a store and all that nostalgia about the show came flooding back. The first episode I bought was Cave Dwellers, which is now one of my favorites, and I've been slowly expanding my collection ever since.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: MST3Kutie on January 02, 2008, 02:48:36 PM
My first was Overdrawn at The Memory Bank.  :P I was 7 and my dad was showing me MST3K. I started liking it right away.  ;)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RoninFox on January 03, 2008, 01:52:45 PM
My first was Overdrawn at The Memory Bank.  :P I was 7 and my dad was showing me MST3K. I started liking it right away.  ;)

The age range of people who got hooked on this show never ceases to amaze me.

Also, welcome to the boards, and interesting avatar.  Looks kinda like Crow as drawn into Schnappi.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Rude on January 03, 2008, 02:09:47 PM
...

I thought this thread sounded familiar, but i couldn't find my reply: http://forum.rifftrax.com/index.php/topic,1720.0.html

"Same as it ever was, same as it ever was..."

-Rude
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Tony Farms AKA Puma Man on January 04, 2008, 11:10:06 AM
The first one I ever saw was Time Chasers.

I laughed so hard I made it a mission to see every episode I could.

"Listen do you want your library card revoked?!?!?"
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: CarpeDiemRedhead on January 06, 2008, 08:44:42 AM
My first was Space Mutiny.  I'll never forget, "Just stop and aim, you idiots!"  Who knew stock footage of Battlestar Galactica could be used for such an evil purpose.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on January 06, 2008, 09:03:12 AM
Who knew stock footage of Battlestar Galactica could be used for such an evil purpose.

Anyone who sat through a moment of this...

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51uV7WnUcAL._AA240_.jpg)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Junkyard on January 06, 2008, 09:07:47 AM
Or, actually, this:
(http://www.scifi.com/battlestar/images/about/keyart_1978.jpg)

Cripes, this film sucked.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Bus Taker on January 06, 2008, 10:03:18 AM
I also did not have CC on my cable system for years.  When my wife was my girlfriend in Queens, NY, we watched it at her house.  My first two episodes were Red Zone Cuba and I think a rerun of Pod People.  There was another where Crow sang "Zesfully Dead" and we were rolling on the couch laughing for a few minutes.  Don't know which episode that was.

Then it came to SciFi and watched it whenever I could.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on January 06, 2008, 10:30:35 AM
Or, actually, this:
(http://www.scifi.com/battlestar/images/about/keyart_1978.jpg)

Cripes, this film sucked.
Very much so.  But just when you thought it couldn't be worse....even after those two robots in white face....they made "Galactica 1980".
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Phantom of Krankor on January 06, 2008, 03:22:36 PM
I was randomly searching around through TV channels one Saturday morning, and I came across the sci-fi channel which was showing the mst3k episode of "The Horrors of Spider Island." I kept watching since I like bad movies, then it went into the host segments and I thought it was some sort of warped kids show because of the puppets ( I'd never heard of mst3k back then ). Then I tuned in again to watch Prince of Space, and from then on I was hooked.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: shaffejd on January 06, 2008, 08:09:10 PM
the movie was the first for me...i then realized that this was also a tv show and sought it out, catching the wild world of batwoman as my first episode. i then saw an episode with joel, and was thoroughly confused by this 'new' guy's sudden appearance. i watched episode after episode attempting to figure out who was who when and any signs of a storyline...needless to say i got hooked
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RoninFox on January 07, 2008, 01:18:45 PM
Glad I wasn't the only one confused early on by which one was the "new guy"   :D  For some reason I got it into my head that the Joel episodes looked newer than the Mike ones when I first started watching, I think because they purposefully went a step cheesier with the effects of the opening when they switched to Mike.  The planets being painted balls on strings made it look older to me.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: CarpeDiemRedhead on January 07, 2008, 01:19:53 PM
Okay, so it sucks.  I just grew up with it, that's all.
I must say that Space Mutiny made what was lame to begin with completely hellish, though.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on January 07, 2008, 06:34:47 PM
Okay, so it sucks.  I just grew up with it, that's all.

I know....and we must swear that children never be abused in this manner again.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: CarpeDiemRedhead on January 09, 2008, 01:05:27 PM
Amen.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: jetjaguar15 on January 10, 2008, 07:09:17 AM
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. I have to sadly admit, I didn't get it at first.


BTW... 200 Posts!!!
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Scrivener on January 10, 2008, 07:18:33 AM
I tuned in midway through a showing of I Accuse My Parents, watched for a moment, and realized that this was that show I had heard about a couple times.  I watched the rest of it, caught the rerun the next day, and the next week Operation Double 007 nailed it down for me.

This was in, what, 1993?  Wow, so long ago ...
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: bratpop on January 10, 2008, 08:13:43 AM
Did they ever get around to remaking Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, or just Teenage Caveman?
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: dalem on January 11, 2008, 05:20:15 PM
1992, my then-gf/roomie tries to make me watch this show with comments over bad movies.  I was far too uppity to think she could have a good idea. and refused to let myself enjoy it.  I think I sat through about 15 minutes of a B&W Godzilla one.

Next weekend she just dragged me in front of the TV and made me watch from the start and I was hooked.  Thank you Pod People.  It's still in my Top 5.

-dale
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on January 11, 2008, 05:37:15 PM
1992, my then-gf/roomie tries to make me watch this show with comments over bad movies.  I was far too uppity to think she could have a good idea. and refused to let myself enjoy it.  I think I sat through about 15 minutes of a B&W Godzilla one.

They never did a B&W Godzilla....they were both color.

Wow....you REALLY weren't pyaing attention, were you?
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: bratpop on January 11, 2008, 06:44:33 PM
Wow, he couldn't possibly be thinking of Gamera, which bears no resemblance to Godzilla.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on January 11, 2008, 08:24:00 PM
Wow, he couldn't possibly be thinking of Gamera, which bears no resemblance to Godzilla.

That was my thought as well.

Although to be fair the films are pretty similar when you aren't paying strict attention - a lot of badly dubbed Japanese people trying to kill something that's crushing Tokyo under foot.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RoninFox on January 11, 2008, 10:58:25 PM
Wow, he couldn't possibly be thinking of Gamera, which bears no resemblance to Godzilla.

That was my thought as well.

Although to be fair the films are pretty similar when you aren't paying strict attention - a lot of badly dubbed Japanese people trying to kill something that's crushing Tokyo under foot.

Gamera is essentially Godzilla with a backpack.

and super jet-top flying abilities, don't forget those.  Then again, Godzilla could do a ten mile dropkick.  Which is actually less lame?
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on January 12, 2008, 11:33:29 AM
Wow, he couldn't possibly be thinking of Gamera, which bears no resemblance to Godzilla.

That was my thought as well.

Although to be fair the films are pretty similar when you aren't paying strict attention - a lot of badly dubbed Japanese people trying to kill something that's crushing Tokyo under foot.

Gamera is essentially Godzilla with a backpack.

and super jet-top flying abilities, don't forget those.  Then again, Godzilla could do a ten mile dropkick.  Which is actually less lame?
Never saw Godzilla fly out in space.....

Or do this....

(http://i152.photobucket.com/albums/s168/meow020/Andhow/Gamera.gif)

Or dance "Go-Go"

(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b4/robotrix/Gamera/dancing_gamera.gif)

And Gamera is a higher threat level than Godzilla....

(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b4/robotrix/Godzilla/godzilla-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RoninFox on January 12, 2008, 01:37:02 PM
Where can I get that threat level meter?  That so belongs on my myspace profile.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on January 12, 2008, 01:44:57 PM
Where can I get that threat level meter?  That so belongs on my myspace profile.
Check your e-mail.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RoninFox on January 12, 2008, 02:02:44 PM
Got it,  many thanks.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: bratpop on January 12, 2008, 09:58:02 PM
Mothra, really? All it does is make things windy. How is that worse than being crushed to death in your highrise?
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: dalem on January 13, 2008, 03:21:07 PM
Yeah, Gamera, Godzilla, something like that.  There was a boat too.  Maybe I was distracted.  My gf/roomie at the time had certain ...talents.

But in the end I was hooked on MST so as usual the journey is less important than the destination.

Funny (to me) part is I got a bunch of 'em recorded off of Comedy Central and stuck them in a box, was years before I really watched the show or thought about them.  Then a couple fo years ago I remembered them and found a bunch of my friends were also fans.  It's been a fun ride.

-dale
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: mrbasehart on January 13, 2008, 06:09:51 PM
I think that metre rating system would be different for kids.  I mean, Gamera is a friend to children! Godzilla would crush them under his scaly feet.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Junkyard on January 13, 2008, 07:54:07 PM
Mothra has magic at her command.
Mothra can reproduce.
Mothra is almost always accompanied by these two:
(http://www.millionmonkeytheater.com/moviepics/gm1twins1.jpg)
8 inches of hight between them, but folded into their each of their delicate frames is a small black hole of evil magic.

That's why she's high on the list.
 
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: sarcasm_made_Easy on January 13, 2008, 08:09:50 PM
for me the first was revenge of the creature.  The show grew on me from there.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on January 14, 2008, 05:56:35 PM
Mothra has magic at her command.
Mothra can reproduce.
Mothra is almost always accompanied by these two:
(http://www.millionmonkeytheater.com/moviepics/gm1twins1.jpg)
8 inches of hight between them, but folded into their each of their delicate frames is a small black hole of evil magic.

That's why she's high on the list.
Yes, Godzilla and even Gamera can crush you under foot...and that's not good for whoever happens to be within that space.

But when Mothra gets those wings going, the winds generated can effect many, many more miles of area than even a tap-dancing giant turtle.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: nanites_r_us on January 15, 2008, 08:06:54 AM
ah yes.. i remember it like it was yesterday... not really though... ahem, the first ever that i saw was 'Invasion of the Neptune Men', such an excellent episode and is still one of my all-time favs.(http://www.cupandblade.com/store/catalog/images/0819%20Invasion%20of%20the%20Neptune%20Men.JPG)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Cabot on February 03, 2008, 07:46:02 AM
Oh Gee, I'll never forget it!

I fell asleep with CC on and woke up to 'Time of the Apes' I was like "what the hell am I looking at?"

At the time I never heard of Mst3k nor did anyone I know. I start taping them all after that to the chagrin of all I lived with at the time. everyone I lived with hated it 'cause "they are talking through the movie!!" haha!!
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: eegah on February 03, 2008, 08:14:43 PM
"Rocketship X-M". Still one of my faves.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Insert Coin(s) to Continue on February 04, 2008, 06:03:06 PM
I stand by my opinion that my first episode features the best riffing in the series:

(http://www.msties.com/episodes/908.jpg)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: dalem on February 04, 2008, 07:19:01 PM
I stand by my opinion that my first episode features the best riffing in the series:

(http://www.msties.com/episodes/908.jpg)

Maybe the equation is as simple as the first one we saw being our favorite?  It applies to me, anyway.

-dale
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: stansimpson on February 05, 2008, 06:18:39 AM
I stand by my opinion that my first episode features the best riffing in the series:

(http://www.msties.com/episodes/908.jpg)

Maybe the equation is as simple as the first one we saw being our favorite?  It applies to me, anyway.

-dale
I think the chances are high that if you happen to see one of the best eps as your first, it will tend to be your favorite.  I have a friend who saw Touch of Satan as their first and it's their favorite.  My first "official" episode I saw is also my favorite ("Jack Frost").
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Insert Coin(s) to Continue on February 05, 2008, 10:27:20 PM
I stand by my opinion that my first episode features the best riffing in the series:

(http://www.msties.com/episodes/908.jpg)

Maybe the equation is as simple as the first one we saw being our favorite?  It applies to me, anyway.

-dale
Well, it features the funniest riffing, but my favorite episode will always be:

(http://www.cupandblade.com/store/catalog/images/0008%20Gamera%20Vs%20Guiron.jpg)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Cosmic Muse on February 16, 2008, 07:54:31 AM
Hmmmmmm.......I believe the first MST3K related thing I saw was the movie on cable. I've been hooked ever since.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: RVR II on February 16, 2008, 07:59:15 AM
I truely can't remember.. It was back in 1989 sometime on The Comedy Channel back during my Navy days based in Charleston, SC
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: MisterC on February 20, 2008, 09:49:41 PM
The Violent Years... back in the good old days...
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Sheik Yerbouti on February 22, 2008, 01:00:13 AM
First one I saw was Alien From L.A.  I was in college and the cable system we had carried Sci Fi but not Comedy Central.  They were showing it during some free preview weekend or something, which was really annoying since I knew there was no chance of seeing the show again after the preview ended!  Of course, a few years later I get cable that includes Comedy Central but NOT Sci Fi and guess what channel MST3K was on by then...

I knew I was going to like the show right off when Crow makes the riff "It's Abel Gance's Napoleon!".  That's pretty obscure, the only way you're going to get that is if you've taken courses on silent movies.

Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Queen Shadowrama on February 23, 2008, 07:10:42 PM
My first brush with MST came via The Movie. I saw the silhouettes and remembered flipping past and seeing them on Sci-fi. I thought the movie was hysterical, did some research, and realized there was a TV show!

So my first actual episode was Giant Spider Invasion. I've been a rabid fan ever since. Every time I happen to see that episode I get a warm and fuzzy feeling... ;D
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: CM916 on February 28, 2008, 04:33:27 AM
The first one I ever saw got me hooked, whatever it was. Did they have the show on late at night some time before it moved to Saturday mornings? I think I picked it up as part of my old hobby of late-night channel surfing when I was around 12. You used to be able to find a lot of wierd stuff that way.

It was deffinitely Sci-Fi era, part of what drew me in being Brain Guy and Bobo.

I didn't know who Joel was until he stopped by randomly in one episode but the bots loved him so much, I figured he was a good guy. I also had never heard of Dr. F until I caught the movie on TV somewhere along the way. It took youtube and the DVDs for me to learn to love the old stuff, it just wasn't around anymore when I got on board.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Core on March 14, 2008, 09:28:43 PM
Honestly I don't remember which episode it was  when I first stumbled on MST3k on The Comedy Channel (back then it was still the Comedy Channel). It was in 1989, I was at a friends house, early morning, marijuana leaves, stems and seeds floating in water making tea in the kitchen, my buddy who owned the house chasing his half naked girlfriend around the living room/dining room/kitchen, all of us coming down from a fantastic acid trip, and as I stumble through the channels on the TV an old b&w movie pops on and for some strange reason (cause i never liked old b&w movies and still don't) I kept it there and decided to watch for a few. Sure enough it was an early episode of MST3k and, like most comedy, when your stoned everything is a lot more funny lol (lights his pipe). I paid close attention, again unusual considering it was always hard for me to concentrate on things when I was tripping, and it floored me. I noticed the little silhouettes on the bottom of the screen were cracking jokes about the film and I laughed hysterically.

I didn't become a major fan at that point but a part-time fan. I became obsessed with MST3k around the mid to late 90's toward the shows end. Same thing happened to me with Metallica only 1984 first heard and liked, became obsessed after seeing them live in 1988 again... on acid lol.

I'm planning a massive tattoo dedication (I'm a tattoo artist btw) to MST3k for the top of my left thigh staring Tom Servo that'll be about 8-10 inches tall and 6-8 inches wide. I'll definitely post it after I do it. :P
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: mearnest on June 01, 2008, 08:51:16 AM
My first was the premier of 101- The Crawling Eye.  (I suddenly feel old :()
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Rattrap007 on June 01, 2008, 10:27:33 AM
Not sure which full episode (probably a season 3 or season 4), but the first bit I saw was Jungle Goddess where they are running and the shoots and hits a coconut. I wasn't paying attention just flipping through the channels and heard "He shot a coconut!!" and then I noticed the shadows at the bottom. I was hooked.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on June 01, 2008, 11:07:36 AM
Since this thread has been revived I'll correct my previous post...

Because I was watching It Conquered the World and realized that it was this movie that was my first.  I'd stopped because I realized it was one of those old sci-fi movies and caught the film at the moment of the riff "Kingsford Cops light quickly!"....

And I grabbed the newspaper to look up the TV listing and see what it was I was watching....and would it be on again any time soon.   :D
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: MyStars! on June 02, 2008, 04:18:41 PM
I kept kind of tripping over it during channel flipping and ended up watching the last half of one episode or another.  I can't remember which was the first I watched all the through, but "Cave Dwellers" was the one that got me hooked.  Unfortunately, I didn't stick with it when it moved over to the Sci-Fi channel - only caught an episode here and there.  Now I'm dedicated to seeing every single episode I can find - mostly in their proper order.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: captainslug on June 02, 2008, 05:37:47 PM
410 - Hercules Against The Moonmen
Caught it randomly late at night while staying in a hotel in the middle of a long boring road trip.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: DarthChimay on June 02, 2008, 05:44:08 PM
It was 1989, I was 13, and I was at my grandmother's house. My cousin and I were flipping through the channels as the folks ate their Sunday lunch when we stumbled on Robot Holocaust. I thought it was funny, but I never fully appreciated the show until many years later when I was in college and learned that MST3K is a great aphrodisiac.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: darkchashy on June 09, 2008, 03:34:54 PM
 Mine was the Mole people. And it's all been down hill from there, down, down, down....
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: mishypic on June 17, 2008, 12:56:06 PM
I wish I could remember the title..I'm pretty sure it was a black and white movie where women were either being burned at the stake or threatened to being burned at the stake.   I remember bits and pieces but I don't think I'll ever figure out which one it was...but I was hooked shortly after that.  :)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: jewishcarpenter on June 17, 2008, 01:37:30 PM
I wish I could remember the title..I'm pretty sure it was a black and white movie where women were either being burned at the stake or threatened to being burned at the stake.   I remember bits and pieces but I don't think I'll ever figure out which one it was...but I was hooked shortly after that.  :)
Sounds like "The Touch of Satan". Mine I think was either Eegah or Mitchell.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on June 17, 2008, 01:45:40 PM
I wish I could remember the title..I'm pretty sure it was a black and white movie where women were either being burned at the stake or threatened to being burned at the stake.   I remember bits and pieces but I don't think I'll ever figure out which one it was...but I was hooked shortly after that.  :)
Sounds like "The Touch of Satan".
That wasn't black and white....

Maybe it was The Undead....
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: jewishcarpenter on June 17, 2008, 01:50:29 PM
I wish I could remember the title..I'm pretty sure it was a black and white movie where women were either being burned at the stake or threatened to being burned at the stake.   I remember bits and pieces but I don't think I'll ever figure out which one it was...but I was hooked shortly after that.  :)
Sounds like "The Touch of Satan".
That wasn't black and white....

Maybe it was The Undead....
Maybe mishypic had a faulty coaxial cable.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Maverick Joe Six-Pack on June 17, 2008, 01:55:51 PM
I wish I could remember the title..I'm pretty sure it was a black and white movie where women were either being burned at the stake or threatened to being burned at the stake.   I remember bits and pieces but I don't think I'll ever figure out which one it was...but I was hooked shortly after that.  :)
Sounds like "The Touch of Satan".
That wasn't black and white....

Maybe it was The Undead....

STAAAAAAAAY!!!!
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Maverick Joe Six-Pack on June 17, 2008, 01:56:15 PM
I canít remember what episode it was, but I know it was the last season on Comedy Central.  I saw the episode while staying with some family in New Mexico.  I was hooked immediately, but sadly I didnít have cable back home.  A few weeks later we had cable and I sat down one Saturday morning to watch The She-Creature and Iíve been a die hard ever since.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: dangfish on June 17, 2008, 05:07:31 PM
I was in a hotel in Ithaca, New York.  While flipping channels desperately looking for something watchable, I came across these odd looking silhouettes at the bottom of the screen making fun of the Jaws guy from the Bond movies while he was talking to an attractive blind girl.  My channel surfing ceased. My first thought was 'Oh my god, they're making fun of the movie and it's hilarious.' My curiousity was instantly piqued.  Who are these guys?  Why do two of them look so damn peculiar? What the hell is this film? What is this hilarious show?

I remember trying to piece information together about this show for weeks before I got the whole story. This was before the internet (or at least before I had internet anyway) and it wasn't always so easy to get info back then. It wasn't till about two years later that I discovered that the name of this episode was The Human Duplicators.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: MyStars! on June 18, 2008, 11:58:37 AM
Ooo, I just watched The Human Duplicators a few days ago.  What a great episode for your introduction to MST3K!

Movie: "You must never program a mechanical device with more wisdom than you yourself process."
Joel: "You know, there's a lesson to be learned here, guys." 
Movie: "Never create a robot that can out-smart you."
Tom: "Too late, Joel."

Classic!
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: dangfish on June 18, 2008, 12:16:58 PM
Ooo, I just watched The Human Duplicators a few days ago.  What a great episode for your introduction to MST3K!


Classic!

Yeah, after Human Duplicators I actually didn't see too much of the show until a  couple of years later when a friend gave me a few tapes with various episodes. These tapes are what really made me a fan. It was Human Duplicators, however, that got me on the scent and kept me curious to discover more. And yes, it is a great episode. I've watched it several times now and it's always a good time.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Captain Joe on June 18, 2008, 08:14:12 PM
  Caught the second half of the premiere of Time Of The Apes. I had seen clips of the show on Short Attention Span Theater (which kinda spawned Jon Stewart) and thought I saw clips on that late-night show from the day Night Flight (or else a blatant rip-off of MST3K). I liked it. When I made it a point to catch the next one Daddy-O, my family and I were hooked.  8)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: orionpaxxx on June 18, 2008, 08:17:44 PM
I sure miss SAST, thats a blast from the past.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: gojikranz on June 18, 2008, 08:21:39 PM
the first episode i glimpsed was revenge of the creature and i remember i really liked the creature from the black lagoon and i was annoyed with the people talking over it.  i was only about 9 so i was confused.  the first episode i consciously enjoyed and understood was mole people the first joke i remember seeing and laughing outloud was the comparison of the mole peoples lair to the in and out burger.  i was nine that made sense.  i was pretty much hooked since then.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Plastic Self-Cleaning Duck on June 20, 2008, 09:14:48 AM
I sure miss SAST, thats a blast from the past.
I miss all of Comedy Central from that time....SAST, Night After Night with Allan Havey, London Underground, Comics Only....and of course MST3K.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: dignan on June 20, 2008, 09:52:52 AM
My first episode was The Magic Sword, I believe.  Then I saw Monster-A-Go-Go, and then I didn't have access to Comedy Central again until college, so I didn't see another episode until Night Of The Blood Beast.  I ended up only seeing Once Upon A Honeymoon, though.  I didn't start watching in earnest, however, until one day at band practice we convened in the living room and watched Pumaman.  That one hooked me instantly.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: esoobaC .T bocaJ on June 20, 2008, 09:53:11 AM
I don't remember the first one I saw, but I know it was during the Sci-Fi era
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: DarthChimay on June 20, 2008, 11:44:46 AM
I sure miss SAST, thats a blast from the past.
I miss all of Comedy Central from that time....SAST, Night After Night with Allan Havey, London Underground, Comics Only....and of course MST3K.

Lest we forget Higgins Boys and Gruber.

The Love Song of J. Alfred Flintstone is one of my favorite things of all time.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Johnny Unusual on June 21, 2008, 12:03:57 PM
My first was the Atomic Brain.  I had heard a lot about the show but living in Canada (and the fact that you couldn't get these things off the internet yet) I had not seen it and had spent $17 to get it on VHS.  The first sketch really didn't work for me and I was disappointed, but as it went on I found mytself laughing harder and harder (I still love the juvenile delinquency sketch.)
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: king4wd on July 02, 2008, 07:01:03 AM
I was at a Friends house when they were channel surfing. They were fans, but I had never even heard of it. We watched the beginning of Hercules Unchained and I said "They're saying exactly what I would say!" Once Joel & the bots started jamming Deep Purple's Smoke on the Water when Herc's wife broke out her lyre I became a fan for life.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: euphoriafish on July 12, 2008, 01:22:45 AM
Technically the first one I saw was Hercules Against the Moon Men, but I only saw the last 10 minutes as my dad was channel surfing and I begged him to go back to Comedy Central so I could find out what those weird silhouettes were.  I was sad that the show ended and I had no idea what it was but it looked interesting.

Then a few weeks later at school two boys I was hanging out with (when I was in 4th grade in 1994) told me I had to start watching the show,  The first full one I watched was Gamera vs. Guiron on the Mystery Science Theater Hour.  Needless to say, I've been hooked ever since.

E - >}}}*>
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Lazlo on July 12, 2008, 02:40:23 PM
It was the short: A Date with Your Family.
Title: Re: Which Was Your First?
Post by: Rowsdower the Lumpy on July 16, 2008, 08:13:32 AM
Fugitive Alien II...

When Crow and Tom went out of control with..."Tried to kill me with a forklift" and Rocky..."Again".

I couldn't contain myself. After that I spent 5 feverish years trading tapes and converting them to digital media. So now I have VHS copies, homemade DVD's and store bought volume packs...I got enough backup to last the next few centuries.