refers to a "re-imagined" Mystery Science Theater 3000 (re-imagining) universe that debuted in 2003 and was based on the 1990s television franchise of the same name. While sharing the same name and general premise of the original program, the new Mystery Science Theater 3000 aims for a more " realistic" depiction of humans trapped in space and forced to watch bad movies. The new Mystery Science Theater 3000 is grounded in current events, and several episodes have made allusions (both subtle and explicit) to real-life issues, including depression, suicidal thoughts and the whole Tyler Perry enterprise.
Each episode begins with the following crawl:
The Satellite of
Love was created by man It was shot into space by mad scientists
They send it cheesy
movies And they have a plan
janitor, a temp worker and an engineer -- each with a dark, terrifying secret -- wake up one morning within a spaceship. Before they can react, they are shot into space and placed in geosynchronous orbit over the South Atlantic. After reaching maximum altitude, the three -- referred to as "Robinson," "Servo" and "Gypsy" --receive a message from a mysterious corporation called "Gizmonics," telling them they have been brought together for an " experiment", and instructing them to enter a nearby movie theater. ( more...)
Yesterday's Featured Article -
Did you know...
...that my English teacher is gay? (pictured)
...that Jackson Pollock is the Jackson Pollock of painting?
...that it's probably not the weekend (The chance is 5/7)?
...that people who "have their cake and eat it too" are 10 times more likely to die of obesity than people who only "have their cake"?
...that people residing or visiting Canada often ask themselves, " Why am I in Canada?"
...that every single day, we breathe enough air to continue living?
...that the average human male between the ages of 13 and 18 is has thought about sex with Brad Pitt at least once?
...and if you haven't before you just did after reading the above statement.
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