MST3K: SEASON 5 (1993-94)

MST3K: SEASON 5 (1993-94)

MST3K changes hosts for the first time when Joel Robinson escapes and is replaced by Mike Nelson. Joel’s departure is marked by the iconic MITCHELL, and Mike enters the arena with THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN'T DIE. Season 5 also includes Joel’s favorite episode, I ACCUSE MY PARENTS.

Season 5 originally aired on Comedy Central from 1993-1994.

The licensing rights for the following movie titles are no longer available:

• S5E22 - Teen-Age Crime Wave
• S5E24 - 12 to the Moon

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MST3K: SEASON 5 (1993-94)
  • Warrior Of The Lost World

    In the theater, the crew watches as a road warrior with a talking motocycle take on a fascist dictator in a dystopian future in "Warrior of the Lost World" (1984). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots discuss their own post-Apocalyptic plans.

  • Hercules

    In the theater, the crew watches as Hercules and Jason search for the legendary Golden Fleece in "Hercules" (1958). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots get a visit from some Amazons via the Hexfield Viewscreen. This epsidoe features Bridget Jones as Amazon Mom Elaine and Mary Jo Pehl, in her...

  • Swamp Diamonds

    In the theater, the crew watches as three women break out of jail and search for a hidden cache of stolen diamonds, emboldened by an undercover police officer, in "Swamp Diamonds" (1956). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo is inspired to ask one of his robot cohorts on a date. This episode also feature...

  • Secret Agent Super Dragon

    In the theater, the crew watches as a secret agent investigates a Venezuelan crime organization manufacturing a mind-altering chewing gum in "Secret Agent Super Dragon" (1966). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel and the bots do a read-through of Crow's wholesome screenplay, "The Spy Who Hugged Me." This...

  • Magic Voyage of Sinbad

    In the theater, the crew watches as the Russisan folk hero Sadko (renamed Sinbad for this English dub) seeks the Bluebird of Happiness to bring back to his unhappy city in "The Magic Voyage of Sinbad" (1953). Meanwhile on the SOL, Servo leaves for his own Sinbad-like adventure.

  • Eegah

    In this episode, the crew watches as a young woman and her singer boyfriend rescue her father from a giant caveman living in a California desert, in "Eegah!" (1962). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the bots alter Joel's face to resemble Arch Hall, Jr. This episode is the origin of the often-repeated line ...

  • I Accuse My Parents

    In the theater, the crew watches as a young man gets involved in a crime syndicate and ends up blaming his downfall on his inattentive parents in "I Accuse My Parents" (1944). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Gypsy helps to re-enact the nightclub scene in the movie. This episode features the short "The Tru...

  • Operation Kid Brother

    In the theater, the crew watches as a world-class plastic sugeon and lip-reader (played by Sean Connery's brother Neil) thwarts the plans of an evil crime syndicate in "Operation Kid Brother" (1967). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Joel hypnotizes Crow, but has less success with Servo. This episode featu...

  • The Girl In Lover's Lane

    In the theater, the crew watches as a rich runaway named Danny and a vagrant named Bix Dugan get into trouble in a small town in "The Girl in Lovers Lane" (1959). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo and Crow, inspired by the film, try to instigate a fight with Joel. This episode features the train song ...

  • The Painted Hills

    In the theater, the crew watches as Lassie avenges her master's murder in an 1870s gold-mining town in "The Painted Hills" (1951). In the meantime, on the SOL, Crow is melted down into an ingot by Servo, but it turns out he's not actually made of gold. This episode features the short "Body Care a...

  • Gunslinger

    In the theater, the crew watches as the widow of a murdered sheriff steps up to fight outlaws in her rural town in "Gunslinger" (1956). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo sends Joel messages via the Gypsy Express.

  • Mitchell

    In the theater, the crew watches as a drunken oaf of a cop bumbles his way through a murder investigation in "Mitchell" (1975). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Gypsy schemes to help Joel escape. This episode features Joel Hodgson's final regular appearance as Joel Robinson, and Michael J. Nelson's first ...

  • The Brain That Wouldn't Die

    In the theater, the crew watches as a scientist keeps his girlfriend's severed head alive in a pan while he tries to find her a new body, in "The Brain That Wouldn't Die" (1962). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike and the bots are visited by Jan in the Pan, the bodiless lady in the film. This episode fe...

  • Teen-Age Strangler

    In the theater, the crew watches as a troubled teen is accused of murder when a serial killer terrorizes a small town in "Teen-Age Strangler" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the bots fit Mike with a modified pair of glasses that make him act like the teenage star of the film. This episode features...

  • The Wild World Of Batwoman

    In the theater, the crew watches as a bat-costume-clad woman and her lady army battle an evil scientist bent on taking over the world in "The Wild World of Batwoman" (1966). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike, inspired by the short, insists the bots each write essays about cheating. This episode feature...

  • Alien from L.A.

    In the theater, the crew watches as a squeaky-voiced Kathy Ireland attempts to rescue her imprisoned father from an underground Atlantis. On the SOL, Mike and the bots play an emotion guessing game. This episode features the song "My Wild Irish Ireland

  • Beginning Of The End

    In the theater, the crew watches as the military struggles to stop a rampaging horde of giant grasshoppers in "The Beginning of the End" (1957). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo performs a standup routine, but most of his jokes involve comparing grasshoppers to locusts.

  • The Atomic Brain

    In the theater, the crew watches as an aging socialite lures young women to her mansion in an attempt to transplant her brain into one of their bodies in "The Atomic Brain" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the bots are unsettled by Mike's chin puppet demonstration. This episode features the short "...

  • Outlaw (Of Gor)

    In the theater, the crew watches as a college professor named Cabot returns to the magical planet Gor to battle a wicked queen and an evil sorcerer in "Outlaw (Of Gor)" (1989). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike and the bots do their best Jack Palance impressions as they read from the book "Palance on P...

  • Radar Secret Service

    In the theater, the crew watches as the astonishing power of radar is used to track down criminals selling atomic gear on the black market in "Radar Secret Service" (1950). Meanwhile, on the SOL, the bots throw Mike a 10-year high school reunion based on information gathered from Mike's yearbook....

  • Santa Claus

    In the theater, the crew watches as Santa battles the demon Pitch for the soul of a little Mexican girl, Lupita, in "Santa Claus" (1959). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike is reunited with the Nelson family -- but unfortunately not HIS Nelson family -- via the Hexfield Viewfinder. This episode features...

  • Village Of The Giants

    In the theater, the crew watches as a group of obnoxious teens take over a town after ingesting a growth formula, in "Village of the Giants" (1965). Meanwhile, in Deep 13, Dr. Clayton Forrester is preparing to replace TV's Frank with Torgo. This episode features the song "The Greatest Frank of All."