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Mac and Me 

In part one of a Gauntlet six-movie binge, Jonah and the bots take on the 1988 film Mac and Me: an alien is befriended by a wheelchair-bound boy while trying to escape from NASA.

Directors:

Joel Hodgson, Rob Schrab

Writers:

Joel Hodgson (creator), Elliott Kalan (head writer) | 9 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Felicia Day ... Kinga Forrester
Patton Oswalt ... Max (TV's Son of TV's Frank)
Jonah Ray ... Jonah Heston
Baron Vaughn ... Tom Servo (voice)
Hampton Yount ... Crow T. Robot (voice)
Grant Baciocco ... M. Waverly
Rebecca Hanson Rebecca Hanson ... Gypsy / Synthia
Joel Hodgson Joel Hodgson ... Ardy
Deanna Rooney ... Bonehead #3
Tim Ryder ... Bonehead #1
Zach Thompson Zach Thompson ... Bonehead #2
Russ Walko Russ Walko ... Growler
Har Mar Superstar ... Skeleton Crew Bandleader
Tony Bevilacqua Tony Bevilacqua ... The Skeleton Crew
Matthew Compton ... The Skeleton Crew (as Matthew 'Cornbread' Compton)
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In part one of a Gauntlet six-movie binge, Jonah and the bots take on the 1988 film Mac and Me: an alien is befriended by a wheelchair-bound boy while trying to escape from NASA.

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TV-14
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Release Date:

22 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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Shout! Studios See more »
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Trivia

The highest-budget film that MST3K has riffed, after Marooned (1969) See more »

Quotes

Crow T. Robot: I think we landed too far from the movie.
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Connections

References Spider-Man (2002) See more »

Soundtracks

Happy Birthday to You
(uncredited)
Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill
Performed by Hampton Yount
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Pretty nice!
23 November 2018 | by dr-kandimba-1See all my reviews

This is yet another classic episode. The movie is an unspeakably bad ripoff of ET, complete with unlikable aliens, nonsensical plot and cheesy acting. The riffs are, as usual, spot on. I especially loved the Star Wars reference, which will make many geeks happy. If you loved the classic "Pod People" episode, you cannot miss this. If you never saw "Pod People", then drop whatever you're doing now and see it. All I can say is that this episode is... pretty nice!


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