Season 8 picks up 500 years after the last episode, as Mike and the bots are forcibly returned to the Satellite of Love, where Pearl Forrester, Professor Bobo, and Brain Guy are eager to inflict such gems as SPACE MUTINY and TIME CHASERS on our hapless heroes.
Season 8 originally aired on The Sci-Fi Channel from February 1, 1997 to December 6, 1997.
The licensing rights for the following movie titles are no longer available:
• S8E01 - Revenge of the Creature
• S8E02 - The Leech Woman
• S8E03 - The Mole People
• S8E04 - The Deadly Mantis
• S8E05 - The Thing That Couldn't Die
• S8E07 - Terror from the Year 5000
• S8E09 - I Was a Teenage Werewolf
• S8E14 - Riding with Death
• S8E15 - Agent for H.A.R.M
In the theater, the crew watches as a hypnotist sends a woman from the present back into the distant past in THE UNDEAD (1957). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo's invitation to join the Observers doesn't go well.
In the theater, the crew watches as a hypnotist's beautiful assistant is transformed into a primeval creature and sent out on a killing spree in "The She-Creature" (1956). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike creeps everyone out with his custom Tickle-Me-Carlo-Lombari doll.
In the theater, the crew watches as hillbillies and scientists join forces to protect their town from a giant alien spider in THE GIANT SPIDER INVASION (1975). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike and the bots fight off an infestation of mind-controlling alien pods.
In the theater, the crew watches as a young man discovers he and his friends only exist to be harvested for their "spare parts" in PARTS: THE CLONUS HORROR (1979). Meanwhile, the Mads are camping find themselves reluctantly babysitting a trio of all-powerful Space Children.
The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living And Became Mixed-Up Zombies
In the theater, the crew watches as a carnival fortune teller turns men into mindless zombies to go out and kill for her in "The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies" (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Mike gets a new hairstyle from Shelli the Nanite.
In the theater, the crew watches as a young man attempts to break a curse, and a young woman works for her wicked stepmother in JACK FROST (1964), based on the Russian fairytale Morozko. Meanwhile, on the SOL, Russian-American comic Yakov Smirnoff visits via the Hexfield Viewscreen.
In the theater, the crew watches as mutant sea-creatures wreak havoc on local teens in THE HORROR OF PARTY BEACH (1964). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Servo irritates Mike with an updated to-the-second newspaper.
In the theater, the crew watches as the cosmic hero, Space Chief, defends the Earth from a Neptunion invasion in INVASION OF THE NEPTUNE MEN (1961). Meanwhile, on the SOL, a discussion of Noh Theater sparks a wacky conversation a la Abbott and Costello.
In the theater, the crew watches as a beefcake space pilot attempts to stop a mutiny on a ship with a giant boiler room in "Space Mutiny" (1988). Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow is pretty sure he is a Bellerian.
In the theater, the crew watches as a physics teacher turns his light plane into a time machine and travels to the future to stop his future self from destroying the world. Meanwhile, on the SOL, Crow messes with the timeline when he goes into the past.
In the theater, the crew watches as a man living in a dystopian future unwittingly starts a revolution in OVERDRAWN AT THE MEMORY BANK (1983). Meanwhile, the Mads are hosting a pledge drive for Pearl. This episode features the song "Loving Lovers Love."