Joel Hodgson — Director
Movie Plot: A promising young singer gets in with the wrong crowd and murders a guy. Also riffed was an old episode of "General Hospital."
On the SOL: The crew plays Rock-Paper-Scissors / Joel and the 'bots discuss the symptoms of beatnickness / the 'bots have a slumber party.
In Deep 13: The Mads dress as trolls to try to get women.Read More
Movie Plot: A really bad alien movie that features aliens with many eyes that land on Earth.
On the SOL: Servo and Crow become best buddies / Servo needs to kiss someone / the crew celebrates Earl Holiman / the crew tries to prove that the movie's producers didn't care.
In Deep 13: The mads use a Router Ouija Board to contact dead wood-workers / Larry Buchanan (the movie's director) confirms that nobody on the crew cared.Read More
Movie Plot: The search for an astronaut on an alien planet. Also riffed was the short "Circus on Ice."
On the SOL: The 'bots start a micro-cheese factory / Gypsy doesn't "get" Crow / Joel and Crow play keep-away from Servo / The 'bots discuss the plausibility of the ""Pina Colada Song.""
In Deep 13: Dr. Forrester decides to have and Action hero competition: The Mads' "Johnny Longtorso" doll is presented in many separate pieces.Read More
Movie Plot: A family on a long car trip end up lost and at the house of the evil "Master". Also riffed was: The second part of the Chevy training film "Hired!"
Intro: Joel installs a program in the 'bots so that they think he is a genius. Segment One: Joel invents a machine to make unfunny comic strips funny by combining them. In Deep 13, The Mads invent a guillotine for chocolate bunnies. Segment Two: The crew go on a fake car trip, when redneck cop Gypsy pulls them over, they end up breaking down in tears about how bad the movie is. Frank calls to apologize for the movie. Segment Three The crew discusses what makes a monster so monstrous. Segment Four: Joel dresses up as "The Master" with Crow as tag-along Hellbeast. Dr. Forrester calls to apologize for the movie. Segment Five: Crow and Servo wrestle like the brides of Manos in the movie. In Deep 13, the Mads' pizza is delivered by Torgo. It takes a long time to get there.Read More
Movie Plot: A bunch of female convicts escape from prison and search for a hidden stash of diamonds. Also riffed was the short "What to do on a Date."
On the SOL: The Crew invents a grill that burns Andrew Lloyd Webber songs / Servo wants to ask out Gypsy, Joel and Crow offer tips like those in the short / Gypsy and Tom go on a date, but they break up because she just wants to be friends.
In Deep 13: The mads invent a tv camera that shows you what you would be doing if you weren't watching TV / Fan watches his life with Michelle Pfeifer go by on TV.Read More
Movie Plot: Story of a caveman in modern times. Really dumb.
Intro: Servo attempts to freeze Crow to absolute zero. Joel interrupts the experiment and shatters Crow. Segment One: Joel has fixed Crow...sort of. In Deep 13, Dr. Forrester replaces Frank's blood with anti-freeze. Segment Two: The Crew discusses the workings of Hell. Segment Three: The 'bots do some disastrous plastic surgery on Joel, to make him look like Arch Hall Jr. from the movie. Segment Four: The crew discusses why all 1960s sitcom families had single dads. They realize that the Munsters were the only normal 60s TV family. Segment Five: The 'bots take showers to try to clean the movie's residue off.Read More
Movie Plot: A couple of drifters deal with love and prostitution.
On the SOL: Crow and Servo get belly buttons / Joel mixes fashionable footwear with cartoon feet / Crow and Servo try to suck an egg into a vacuum.
In Deep 13: The Mads present ideas for evil handouts at sports events like "Brass Knuckle Night" / Dr. Forrester puts a railroad spike through Frank's head.Read More
Movie Plot: A Roger Corman spaghetti western. Not much else worth saying about it.
On the SOL: Joel, Crow, and Gypsy take turns popping Servo's new balloon head / the SOL creates several whiffle-type products / Gypsy and Crow are the SOL's version of the Pony Express / the crew compares the 1870s with the 1970s.
In Deep 13: The Mads invent a day planner that makes peoples heads explode. Of course, Frank becomes its first victim.Read More