Mystery Science Theater 3000

Season 8 Episode 9

The She-Creature

0
Aired Unknown Apr 05, 1997 on Comedy Central
7.7
out of 10
User Rating
22 votes
1

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

EDIT
The She-Creature
AIRED:
The Observers plan to dissect Bobo and Pearl and get Mike to help; he responds by getting the Nanites to take care of it. They blow up the planet and the 'bots blame Mike. The movie is about a hypnotist using a pretty girl to bring a horrible creature from back in time to the present.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Tuesday
No results found.
Wednesday
No results found.
Thursday
No results found.
SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Sir Topham Hatt's evil brother.

    7.0
    [#45]



    Deep in the abyss of 1956 comes The She Creature! At night, a hypnotist uses a pretty women as a hypnotist victim to have her regressive sub-human life form on a rampage through a "terrifying" creature. This gem was basically an attempt to cash in on the craze about regression to past lives through hypnosis!



    Man, this movie had nothing really interesting happening. Wait a sec, nothing really happened at all. The movie was an eternity to watch. As for the riffing? There were some funny bits, like the monster depressed bit, but the movie was so dull and so slow, it didn't give much for M&TB to work with. I chuckled but I couldn't really remember a lot of jokes. Host segments were fine. As we continue the eighth season story arc, Pearl begs for a distraction to the Observers commencing to dissect Bobo. The nanites ends up blowing the Observer planet, and Pearl, Bobo, and one Observer (who will become the main mad throughout the rest of the era) escapes the explosion. However, for the stinger Bobo lands on a planet. Back on the SOL, there are questions about the ? at the end of the movie, which is interesting. Bottom line, this is an average episode, but this may be the low-point of the Sci-Fi era.



    C+moreless
Michael J. Nelson

Michael J. Nelson

Mike Nelson

Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy

Tom Servo & Professor Bobo

Bill Corbett

Bill Corbett

Crow T. Robot & Observer aka Brain Guy

Jim Mallon

Jim Mallon

Gypsy

Mary Jo Pehl

Mary Jo Pehl

Pearl Forrester

Paul Chaplin

Paul Chaplin

Observer/Ned the Nanite

Recurring Role

Michael J. Nelson

Michael J. Nelson

Observer

Recurring Role

Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy

Wade the Nanite

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

FILTER BY TYPE

More
Less