“EricJ: …the RiffTrax live shows always get a cheap live-crowd laugh …”. Nothing wrong with being on either side of Sampo’s Theorem. Plenty of socialists toking up, I’m sure. Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. The riffing in Human Duplicators was, for me, some of the best in the series; riffs came fast and furious, and kept me laughing almost constantly, sometimes so hard that I’d miss 20 or 30 seconds of dialogue. (hey, when there aren’t any actual, real enemies, ya gotta manufacture ’em to keep the sickness of war mongering ideology, along with those MIC “defense”(ha) contracts, alive and lucrative!). Search for "The Human Duplicators" on Amazon.com, Title: It may be one of my top ten segments. If Kolos didn’t expect Lisa to be so beautiful, what did he expect? I just think you are in the minority. It’s one of those little things that helps the show feel improvised. On the SOL, the guys make spaceships from household objects and Servo shows off his duplicating skills. A little harder to throw the “I remember when I had my first beer too” line and go on with the act for the fans, like a protestor being laughed out of a Trump rally. The Human Duplicators Three beatniks are brought together to rob an armored car, only to face betrayal from amongst their ranks. • Fave riff: “The boys did what? Not that I’m complaining, mind you…. Good ep. Invention exchange: The Mads have the a case of the sillies, Joel demonstrates the beanie chopper, the Mads have invented the William Conrad fridge alert 4/20 is also a special day for Nazis since it’s Hitler’s birthday. National Socialism is as close to Socialism as the People’s Republic of China is to Republicanism. Besides, the comic lives in a world where he’s always right and the heckler is always wrong, because he’s probably drunk. Bruce Probst: Really?When was that vote taken?What percentage of MST3K fans was polled? I’ll have to contemplate that for awhile, puff, puff. This is just about a perfect ep for me, it has all you could ask for, bland star, lame effects, and Richard Kiel at the top of his game. This is no speed bump, it’s a glorious highway of riffing goodness! The funniest thing about this film is star Richard Kiel's attempt to have an emotionless, alien voice. But what if the heckler happens to be sober and encyclopedically indexed about why You’re Not Funny and might benefit from Getting Off the Stage? Dornheimer (Giggle): Tip-toe totalitarianism has unfortunately thrived quite well here, to one degree or another, for many, many decades …with its current manifestation from 2000 to present (COUP-not unlike the infamous “Business Plot” of the 1930s, only this time ’round it unfortunately WORKED) doing remarkably, horribly well ..that is, provided you’re someone who either enjoys, or is oblivious to, existing within a techno-totalitarian, corporate-militarized surveillance state, where the Bill of Rights has disappeared via C.O.G., the Patriot Act and NDAA legislation (all blatantly fascist) where all mainstream media has been reduced to tabloid and corp/state propaganda dispensaries–less trustworthy than Pravda–and whereby the citizenry are clearly the opportunistic enemy of the state’s (phony) war powers i.e. Good times. My favorite riff: Below is the raw data should you wish to double check it. The Human Duplicators was the color first feature on a double bill with the black-and-white Mutiny in Outer Space. Host segment 3: A grumpy Hugh Beaumont revisits on the Hexfield (second part of your posts are always in parentheses? After an invisible asteroid draws an astronaut and his ship to its surface, he is miniaturized by the phantom planet's exotic atmosphere. : Kolos: “You are only imagining these things.” Lisa: “Am not.” (as Kolos): “Are too.”, Some other favs: Teenagers stumble across a prehistoric caveman, who goes on a rampage. Ouch….! An alien is dispatched from a faraway galaxy to take over the Earth by "duplicating" humans and creating a race of zombies resembling animated pottery in this low-budget sci-fi film. ), EricJ: Ohhh, that’s why–Always wondered why the RiffTrax live shows always get a cheap live-crowd laugh throwing out a riff like a character looking at a clock, and riffing “It’s 4:20, already!”, (The day RT realized they had a “built-in” audience from Legend forcing them to do Reefer Madness, was the day they started putting axle grease on the slope… ). (1965). Folks, I am no fan of the attitude we sometimes get from EricJ, but let’s try to keep the personal back-and-forth to a minimum. But hey, who knows…strange days we’re living in, ha, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJe1iUuAW4M. My favorite riff: The Nazi/Hitler’s b-day thing? First shown: 12/26/92 Probably ran out of budget to dub because of those realistic androids. For even more, visit our Family Entertainment Guide. Cornjob: A friend told me that 420 was the number of individual psychoactive chemicals in cannibus. Heimlich, the early years.” In front of the camera, George Nader was also in “Robot Monster” and “The Million Eyes of Su-Muru.” Dolores Faith was also in “The Phantom Planet.” Hugh Beaumont was also in “Lost Continent and “The Mole People.” Richard Arlen was also in “The Crawling Hand. Good times! There were also a few posters who were as indecisive as Hamlet, so I didn’t count them either way. An alien is dispatched from a faraway galaxy to take over the Earth by "duplicating" humans and creating a race of zombies resembling animated pottery in this low-budget sci-fi film. After being reanimated, Baron Frankenstein transfers the soul of an executed young man into the body of his lover, prompting her to kill the men who wronged them. Search for "The Human Duplicators" on Amazon.com, Title: Movie: (1965) An alien takes over scientist’s human duplicating machine, hoping to infiltrate the government. ?” Honorable mention: “Phil Harris and Bubbles Rothermere back there, for those of you playing along at home.”. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. I believe this is where the term “Mass-hole” comes from, incidentally. This FAQ is empty. Gypsy wants a cab forward design, Crow wants more capacity to love, and Tomhas a few suggestions for himself.
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