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Despite the filmmakers' attempt to sync post-dubbed dialogue to the moving lips of the actors, "Prix de Beaute's" sound scenes have a "Mystery Science Theater 3000" quality.
(Wellspring) or a new boxed set of hilarious Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes (Rhino), featuring such venerable gay actors as Tommy Kirk (Catalina Caper) and Robert Reed (Bloodlust!).--Alonso Duralde
* Comedy Central's most original and most popular first-run show is the delightful Mystery Science Theater 3000, now in its sixth season.
Between the upcoming "Mystery Science Theater 3000" revival, her recent role in "Con Man" and her various YouTube projects, she has plenty to talk about. 
Truth be told, "Mystery Science Theater 3000," formerly of Comedy Channel-Comedy Central and then the Science Fiction Channel, which featured three silhouetted characters commenting on dreadful movies, was one of your loyal scribe's favorite shows ever.
fare like "Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie," MTV's "Celebrity Deathmatch" and voicing Greg Kinnear's role as the villainous Ratchet in "Robots."
Mystery Science Theater 3000 was never this deliciously catty.
The YouTube April Fools' Day 2016 prank combines 360-degree videos and Snoop Dogg for a "Mystery Science Theater 3000" experience.
Next up on the schedule of SF Sketchfest's ongoing comedy presentations is Cinematic Titanic, featuring the original cast and creator of Mystery Science Theater 3000, at the Castro Theater in San Francisco on Friday, May 6, 2011.
Instead, Virginia Heffernan recalls being so engrossed in kidshow "Davey and Goliath," she and her younger brother failed to notice the room they were in had caught fire; Jayne Anne Phillips lovingly evokes "The Big Valley" and its "incomparable" leading lady, Barbara Stanwyck; Douglas Rushkoff examines the feelings of personal discovery provided by cult hits like "Mystery Science Theater 3000" and "Monty Python's Flying Circus"; Elizabeth McCracken confesses "America's Funniest Home Videos" is her not-so-guilty pleasure; and Lan Samantha Chang takes one of the most personal approaches, using her youthful infatuation with "Gilligan's Island" as a way to explore her immigrant family's feelings of isolation in America.