For those who lament the 1999 demise of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Comedy Central's weekly "watch-along" of bad, little-known films with running, mocking commentary by Joel Hodgson or Mike Nelson, and two or more robots, you now have reason to live again. The Minnesota-based show has a new--al ... More >>
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