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Mystery Science Theater 3000

Season 8 Episode 2

Revenge of the Creature

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Aired Unknown Feb 01, 1997 on Comedy Central
9.0
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Revenge of the Creature
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The show debuts on the Sci-Fi Channel with the 'se-quel' to the cult classic Creature From The Black Lagoon. Crow can't remember Mike, the Earth in the year 2525 is ruled by apes(supposedly with the help of Mike's ancestors) and Pearl is their Lawgiver, and she blames Mike for her son going back to mad scientist-ing so she takes up his experiment.

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  • Revenge of the Creature is a good kick off for the Sci Fi Channel era of MST.

    9.7
    Mike and the bots make a great debut on the Sci Fi Channel. The movie, Revenge of the Creature starred John Agar as the creepy scientist assigned to examine the Creature(or Gill Man, whatever). He falls in love with his assistant, but so does Gill so he(it?) kidnaps her, until John declares martial law and has Gill shot. The movie is also notable for being Clint Eastwood's big screen debut(Crow: "This guy's bad. This is his first and last movie.").

    As for the show, it is a good beginning for Sci Fi. Bill Corbett debuts as Crow, and despite coming into the theater slowly, he picks up well for Trace Beaulieu. Mike and the bots are pulled back from the edge of the universe and forced to watch bad movies again by Pearl Forrester, assisted by apes, in a world where apes are now in control; apparently caused by Mike's decendants. A typically great show.moreless
Michael J. Nelson

Michael J. Nelson

Dr. Peanut

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Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy

Wade the Nanite

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Bill Corbett

Bill Corbett

monkey

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