Eighties cult show Mystery Science Theater 3000, which had among its fans one Frank Zappa, has all its episodes available for download here in .avi format. (via)

9 Responses to “MST3K”

  1. Jerk says:

    Slow as hell, might as well use BitTorrent or Google Video.

  2. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    [quote comment=”1957″]Slow as hell, might as well use BitTorrent or Google Video.[/quote]
    True, Jerk. I figure it being posted on metafilter resulted in blowing up their server. I’d say wait a week, and try again…

  3. Hank_Peters says:

    Glorious day, thank you good sir.

  4. Hugh says:

    “MST3K” is great stuff, well worth the wait. Thanks for the post!

  5. Balint says:

    So you say this is a good one? I’ve never heard of this. When I was a child, out TV was full of german series, like Derrick, “Tatort”, etc. Or: I clearly remember Mr Baines from “The Onedin Line”, or “Streets of San Francisco”, “Starsky and Hutch”, “Mork from Ork” with Robin Williams and there were tons of Benny Hill. But we never had things like the “Monthy Pythin’s Flying Circus” – I had to watch that in the Yugoslavian TV: hey, Ministry of Silly Walks was fun in spite of the language barriers.
    Oh yes, and we had Dallas! Remember Jockey Ewing?… 🙂 And of course Isaura, if you happen to know her.

  6. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    Balint: remember Sinha Moça? 🙂

  7. Balint says:

    I only remember Isaura :-), BUT I’ve just found a wikipedia entry called Escrava Isaura in Hungary… Noooooooo!!! 🙂

  8. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    [quote comment=”2028″]I only remember Isaura[/quote]
    Here you go: YouTube: Sinhá Moça. Both Isaura and Sinhá Moça had Lucélia Santos playing the main character.

    Aaahh those lazy boring 80’s Sunday afternoons…

  9. Balint says:

    BTW my favourite is the one called “Ed” with Tom Cavanagh, it’s just been repeated right now on a local TV. I love it – do you happen to know this one? It’s a pity that its totally unavailable on DVD.

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