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The Making of 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' (1997)

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Check out "Poopie!" MST3K's bloopers video
9 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although IMDb doesn't list it (yet), Rhino Home Video sells a 30 minute MST3K bloopers video called "Poopie!" produced by the folks at Best Brains.

It consists of many different outtakes, most less than 15-seconds, of flubbed or forgotten lines, prop failures, etc. And they're all from the host segments, not the featured movies.

They feature both Joel and Mike (and plenty o' Frank and Dr. Forester.)

I rented the VHS at "Movie Madness" in Portland, OR, so it's probably available in larger cities.

This is a comedy bargain, because not only do you laugh at the premise of the bit, you laugh at the failed execution of the bit!


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