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    ComeOut2Play819

    [21]Jul 19, 2007
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    I did it on The Hills Have Eyes 2

    There was absouletely no one in the theater but us.
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    bryanoftoons

    [22]Jul 19, 2007
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    You either reserved it or it was just that bad
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    horseygall

    [23]Jul 20, 2007
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    I'm sure it was just that bad.

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    FlyGirl79

    [24]Jul 23, 2007
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    Some of my family members and I routinely pull a MST 3000 to classic shows such as Little House on the Prairie and Murder, She Wrote. It is great fun adding lib and commentary to shows that take themselves too seriously.
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    aesgaard41

    [25]Jul 24, 2007
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    I was watching the unedited version of Village of the Giants and there's one scene where a guy holds up a bra and asks "Who's a size forty?" just before a girl's hand yanks the bra back. I could just hear Tom doing his best manly voice "It's mine."
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    butchazoid

    [26]Jul 26, 2007
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    I've read how the MST/Rifftrax/Film crews script the riffs on a certain film ahead of time. If I were to find a way to perform this kind of technique, I'd riff away on these films: Jumanji, Spy Kids, and Happily N'ever After

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    Gordan_Freeman

    [27]Aug 31, 2007
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    i did that to a episode of the teletubbies (there was nothing on tv and i had nothing better to do)

    Teletubbie: uhoh!

    Me:i went poopie on the floor

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    horseygall

    [28]Sep 1, 2007
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    I was watching High School musical 2 (which was effing spectacular by the way.) and during Zac Efrons solo Bet On It He looks into this pond and you can see his reflection and I was like "This is the part were Troy drowns because he was trying to save his own reflection from drowning."
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    FastLikeMe

    [29]Sep 7, 2007
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    Yeah, we do the "thats what she said!" to a lot of movies.

    There's been a ton of others but I forgot them.

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    Gordan_Freeman

    [30]Sep 15, 2007
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    I also did that on Heroes

    Me:*when Clair has bruses on her face* Hayded Penetiair (is that how you spell her name?) is The Phantom of the Opera

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    horseygall

    [31]Dec 14, 2007
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    Regretably, I watched Dreamcatcher. After almost every one of Morgan Freemans lines I added 'Bucko!'.
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    saphireth

    [32]Jan 17, 2009
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    yeah. once I was watching destroy all planets, heres one riff:

    virans: the planet most similar to ours!

    me: uranus

    once I was watching the image of bruce lee.

    this guy jumped off a roof and I was like " I'm killing myself for familyjewels!".( you have to see the movie to understand that joke)

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    soundsofsilence

    [33]Feb 19, 2009
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    on Heroes Claire was wearing an orange jumpsuit and running from the military
    me: "Claire Bennet is Doctor Richard Thimble in The Fugitive"
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    terminoob

    [34]Feb 28, 2009
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    The Movie: Shrooms

    *teens enter the woods in a van*

    My friend: "Ya know... I think they have a dog"
    Me: "They have a dog?" *van hits some unknown animal*
    My friend: "Uh... HAD a dog..."

    *later, in the woods at night, one of the guys gets a BJ from a girl in a car, the girl bites "it" off*

    Me: "And that's why you always use protection"

    *later, the "killer" appears, he has a potato sack over his head*

    My friend: "SACK HEAD!!"

    The Movie: War of the Worlds

    *guy comes out of woods*

    My friend: "HEY! You're not Tom Cruise!"

    *pans out to the sky, where you can tell it's digitally made*

    My friend: "Welcome to Runescape"

    Edited on 03/02/2009 7:57am
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    historylover20

    [35]Jan 26, 2010
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    All the time! I can't help it. Even with things I like.

    Even with TV shows. If I'm visiting my parents, it drives them nuts. They always tell me to shut up.

    I used to watch Smallville, and it got to be where I only watched Smallville to post my own MST3K-style "breakdowns" on its thread.

    Kat

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