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Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return

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The cult classic TV show is back! Comic Jonah Ray plays the role of Jonah Heston, a hapless human who is forced by evil scientists to endure a vault of cheesy movies. Kinga Forrester (Felicia Day) is the daughter of the original mad scientist, Dr. Clayton Forrester, and Patton Oswalt plays the son of Clayton's former henchman. In hopes of holding onto his sanity, Jonah watches the films with his hilarious robot companions. Together, the "B" movie audience members crack snarky jokes as the action plays out on screen.

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The crew watches a movie that crosses the western and monster genres depicting a giant beast gobbling up a rancher's cattle.
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The crew braves a cheesy disaster flick about an avalanche that strikes a ski resort featuring Rock Hudson and Mia Farrow; Kinga's long-distance lover swings by for a visit.
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Jonah and the bots watch a 1964 movie about a group of scientists stranded in an apocalyptic future where humans battle mutants for Earth's dwindling resources, and which contains a number of android mutilations that greatly chafe the bots.
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The crew watches a film packed with stock nature footage and spontaneous moments of creepy laughter that tells the tale of a boy who befriends Bigfoot and takes on a mission to protect his father, a park ranger hunting a deadly beast.
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Jonah Heston makes friends with robots after falling into a trap on the dark side of the moon and watches a Danish movie featuring a giant prehistoric monster unleashed upon a modern city.

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