Season 7 encourages Mike, Tom, and Crow to leave the Bronx with ESCAPE 2000 – and they take the suggestion to escape very seriously in LASERBLAST, when the SOL crew transforms themselves into non-corporeal beings of pure energy to go play on the edge of the universe.
Season 7 was MST3K's final season on Comedy Central, and originally aired from February 3, 1996 to May 18, 1996.
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In the theater, the crew watches as an astronaut finds himself pregnant with alien embryos in "Night of the Blood Beast" (1958). Meanwhile, in Deep 13, Dr. Forrester is adjusting to his overbearing mother now living with him. This episode features the short "Once Upon a Honeymoon."
In the theater, the crew watches as a blind woman unknowingly hosts a misshapen serial killer in her home in "The Brute Man" (1946). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike can't bear to have Servo gestating in an egg for 21 days. This episode features the short "The Chicken of Tomorrow."
In the theater, the crew watches as an acerbic hero adventures through the realm of Southland on a quest for three magic stones in "Deathstalker and the Warriors From Hell" (1988). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike is enchanted by the Renaissance Fest the bots put on for him.
In the theater, the crew watches as a street punk protects the Bronx from being razed by an evil corporation in "Escape 2000" (1985). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow accidentally lights several fires and Mike chokes Servo with cigar smoke.
In the theater, the crew watches as a disaffected teen with a cool van discovers an alien weapon in the desert, and is driven to go on a killing spree in LASERBLAST (1978). Meanwhile, in Deep 13, Dr. Forrester’s funding has been cut, so he’s cutting the satellite loose. This episode features Trac...