In this episode, we reviewed Gatchaman Episode 24. Thanks to Grumpy Ghost Owl, and KT for participating in our podcast. 🙂
We referenced a famous Mystery Science Theater riff in reference to a scene where one of the Blackbird Ninja members tried to kill Ken with a forklift. The movie being riffed was called Fugitive Alien. Coincidentally, the lead character was named Ken and there is another character named Joe. If you want more info, check out the IMDB entry for the film.
And speaking of more coincidences, the movie was originally brought to the US by none other than Sandy Frank. Joel and the Bots don’t feel too charitable towards Sandy Frank, as Fugitive Alien was one of many Japanese imported Sandy Frank films they were forced to watch on the Satellite of Love.
PS: Dan and I met Joel Hodgsen twice. The first time was during a screening of Manos: The Hands of Fate at the Reel Dakota film festival back in 2012. We got a free copy of Manos: The Hands of Fate because my husband told Joel during the panel that he (Dan) and I met because of MST3K (which is true. We did.) So thank you Joel, for making us laugh at love…again.
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