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I Can't Believe This Used to Take Days
Ad execs struggle with a campaign to market women's soap; writing a sympathy card proves difficult; how far is too far at the cottage?
Last Year You Weren't Forty
Something special happens to a woman on her 40th birthday; the miracle of dry shampoo; maybe visiting your therapist at home isn't a great idea.
We've Lost Communication
A mission to Mars doesn't go as planned; the dark side of open relationships; straight women flirt with a lesbian; Moms say, "hello."
The Killer is Watching
A police chief makes a killer fashion statement; planning the office Christmas party proves problematic; four friends enjoy a night of red wine.
Stay For a Drink
A pharmacist goes on a power trip; a hot date is interrupted; the politics of wearing flippers at the pool. A clothing swap turns animalistic.
A trip to the vet for cat lovers; queer theory gets personal. A co-worker gets precise about birthdays. A bride takes poll dancing seriously.
It Satisfies on a Very Basic Level
The challenges of being single in a post-apocalyptic world are real. A middle-aged woman gets IDed. An employee has no plans for the weekend.
Don't Call Me Ma'am
An office tour proves enlightening. A middle-aged woman gets a tattoo. There's no such thing as a quick question. The Red Wine Ladies go to a wedding.
I Can't Vote
The politics of escaping the Titanic. No talking allowed in the sauna. A woman tries to joke her way through a Gynecological exam.
Taco and a Hair Flip
There are many rules at The Cottage. Eating a salad is a real commitment. A woman's work emails aren't exciting enough.
Don't Make Me Send a Lawyer Up There
A Space Jumper gets cold feet. Some office workers cannot get sick. A mother and daughter talk gets real. The Kiss Cam ignores a lesbian couple.
It's a Garment of Liberty
A dress with pockets is a revelation! The naked truth about keeping up with the neighbors. A woman at a baby shower can't stop flirting.
You've Reached the Voicemail of Tracy Harrity
It's hard to leave a good voicemail. A woman makes a scene of leaving a party. One bank takes their Pride Float in a new direction.
Is That You Karen?
It's a great dress on someone else. Second thoughts in the delivery room. Incorrect spelling will change your life.
Tonite is Spaghetti Thursday
Preserving an opened bottle of wine. What happens when you tell a stranger to smile. Co-parents have different agendas.
Don't Even Say Goodbye Just Go
A demanding birthday schedule. Airport security has their eye on you. The drama of ping pong.
Sex and Things and Whispers
Selfies with celebs. A prophetic bedtime story. The magical powers of a vision board. Featuring Janeane Garofalo.
It's Because I Care
A little gossip between caring friends. A bit of sexual housekeeping. Making the perfect campfire.
Buffin' Your Muffin
Binge-ing on drama. What to say at a funeral. A corporate listening circle.
Summer of '65
Taking the waiter's recommendation. Work friends vs Facebook friends. Trivia night fights.
Sometimes It's Good to be the Shaman
Ups and downs of vet visits. A close shave before birth. Seating at Thanksgiving. Featuring Lea DeLaria.
Start by Having Rich Parents
When grammar feels bad. A shy boyfriend. Running out of toilet paper.
My Bangs Do Not Define Me
An unwanted gift. Bad bangs cut deep. Energy healing at the rock store.
Humanity Is In An Awkward Stage
A message to extra-terrestrials; sending nudes; every office needs a hub.
Something For Daddy
Living without regret; the power of the placenta; everyone has a podcast.
It's A Peachy Abomination
It's an upside down world for women; legal ramifications of the scrunchie; is it perimenopause?
No One Wants To Be That Lady
A superhero for our times; we're all dehydrated; going braless requires a sacrifice.
I Always Order Wrong
Groundhog Day; don't move to Hamilton; a helpful cult.
Shangela Was Robbed
Trapped in an airplane middle seat; only cool babies can come to the party; the Bronte sisters love a bad boy.
I Might Still Be Mad In A Week
Thank God It's Friday; a vegan's last meal; back pain; the horror!
There's A Special Place In Hell
No one wants to be a gay cliché; after 40 you're gonna want to exclusively drink white wine; a fierce manicure.
My Instagram Is Suffering
Who wants tickets to Cats?; The Circles of Support; did anyone check the mouse's references?
Whatever You Do, Don't Smell His T-shirts
When your Ex's apartment is emotionally radioactive. Female mobsters discuss the proper way to shoot someone. Dog show drama.
I Prefer the Term "Bonus Parent"
The upside of mom brain. Death bed drama. Witch trials and tribulations.
Did an Eagle Steal Your Baby?
The problem with superheroes. Someone forgot Marla's birthday. Surviving the apocalypse with your ex.
I've Got a Date with a Gnome and He is Hawt!
Who are we cursing here? An updated fairy tale. A hangover after 40 proves to be no joke. When you only have one hair elastic.
All I'm Saying is Her Car Has Eyelashes
Jan brought snacks. Some people can wear anything. The famous last words of Emily Dickenson.
Baby Toe Disease
ASMR in the workplace. An impossible math equation. Adult head lice are much worse.
Parsing a compliment. Queer Theory vs. Pretty in Pink. French dirty talk reveals secrets.
Don't Call Me Lady
The art of maximizing the buffet. Fragrance free workspace is a nightmare. Finding the quiet room at the party.
Jules has a pregnancy scare. Brockmire works out his father issues with Charles. Jules and Brockmire take a road trip to Pittsburgh.
Old Timers Day
Brockmire attends an event honoring broadcasters. Charles attempts to impress a girl.
Jim and Uribe go on an epic bender. Charles discovers a sad truth about Brockmire. When announcing with Raj, Brockmire has a few too many drinks.
Baseball players' union contracts are up for re-negotiation and a potential strike threatens the future of baseball altogether. Jim and Jules give it one last go and try to negotiate the terms of their potential relationship.
The Long Offseason
Artificial intelligence threatens to take steps in its pursuit to rule the world and attempts to take over baseball. Jim and Jules must decide if they want to embolden this emerging society ruled by machines or stay with the failing status quo.
This week, host Kurt Braunohler welcomes Kumail Nanjiani, Ethan T. Berlin, and Ben Garant as they shame puppies, create new road signs and reinvent the Venus de Milo, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
This week, host Kurt Braunohler welcomes contestants Dana Gould, Eugene Mirman, and Damien Lemon as they pitch new movie ideas, get inspired by a gospel singer and build the world's worst mousetraps, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
This week, host Kurt Braunohler welcomes contestants Tom Lennon, Chris Gethard, and Nicole Parker as they invent new sins, create diner slang, and attempt to top Kurt's lies, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
This week, host Kurt Braunohler welcomes contestants Kumail Nanjiani, Tom Lennon, and Eugene Mirman as they create new superstitions, name racehorses and reinvent Michelangelo's David, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
Kurt Braunohler welcomes Dana Gould, Michael Che, and Andy Daly as they attempt to make lower back tattoos more appropriate, break harsh news to children and celebrate some of life's greatest moments, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
This week, host Kurt Braunohler welcomes contestants Kumail Nanjiani, Bobby Moynihan, and Ben Garant as they teach life lessons to kids, create new pieces of art and reinvent da Vinci's Last Supper, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
This week, host Kurt Braunohler welcomes contestants Nicole Parker, Michael Che, and Ethan T. Berlin as they make gravestones more impressive, give pills new names and lie to children, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
This week, host Kurt Braunohler welcomes contestants Alex Borstein, Ethan T. Berlin, and Jordan Klepper as they insult the injured, classify the animal kingdom and sing songs about grandmothers, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
This week, host Kurt Braunohler welcomes contestants Matt Oberg, Michael Che, and Alison Rich as they fix animals, commemorate life's least celebrated events and judge high school students, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
Kurt Braunohler welcomes John Gemberling, Alex Borstein, and Andy Daly as they belittle history's greatest triumphs, create new acronyms for personal ads and decide what mankind will evolve into next, while competing for absurd and ridiculous prizes.
Comedy Bang! Bang!
Karen Gillan Wears a Black and White Striped Pullover and Coral Skirt
Karen Gillan spills movie secrets, and small business owner George Groiny-Melendez reveals his less than savory profession. Meanwhile, Scott is torn between his new writers and the comedy of yesteryear.
A fast-talking lawyer finds himself back in school leading a study group after his degree is revoked.
Jeff's attempt to become Britta's partner for a class project backfires; Annie and Shirley help Britta with her newest social-justice cause.
Introduction to Film
Jeff signs up for a class thinking it will be an easy A, but the professor (John Michael Higgins) has other ideas.
Football, Feminism and You
Jeff tries to persuade Troy to join the school's football team; Shirley teaches the etiquette of girl talk to Britta.
Shirley and Jeff bond by gossiping about Britta's boyfriend; Annie recruits Abed and Troy as test subjects for professor Duncan's psychology research team.
Advanced Criminal Law
Chang threatens to fail the entire class if the cheater does not come forward; Jeff comes to the defense of the person who confesses; a new school song.
Introduction to Statistics
Jeff is forced to make a decision when the date he's scheduled with a hot statistics professor clashes with Annie's Day of the Dead party.
Study group members try to help Jeff when they learn he is living out of his car; Pierce joins Vaughn's (Eric Christian Olsen) band.
The gang nominates Jeff to talk some sense into Chang when he assigns an absurd amount of homework; Troy and Abed's biology lab subject goes missing.
Jeff joins the debate team after Annie's partner drops out before the championship debate; Abed's films appear to predict the future.
The Politics of Human Sexuality
Britta challenges Jeff to find a date; Shirley and Britta help Annie with a presentation for a health fair.
Shirley plans a holiday party; a campus bully (Anthony Michael Hall) challenges Jeff to a fight.
Jeff is determined to keep his new girlfriend a secret; Britta and Troy have secrets they decide to share with their friends.
A new addition to the study group after winter break raises eyebrows; Jeff signs on as editor of the school paper.
Britta and Jeff vow to protect Annie when she starts hanging out with Britta's ex-boyfriend; Pierce feels left out at Troy and Abed's movie night.
An in depth look at the daily lives of two aging socialites and their crumbling estate. Starring Fred Armisen and Bill Hader.
DRONEZ: The Hunt for El Chingon
Starring Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Jack Black. The hipster media empire DRONEZ sends two of its notoriously fearless journalists to track down Mexico's most wanted drug lord.
Starring Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and John Slattery. An investigation into the seminal documentary "Kunuk The Hunter" that attempts to separate what is real from what is fabrication.
Starring Fred Armisen and Bill Hader. A fascinating fly on the wall look at the 1992 Ohio Gubernatorial campaign.
Juan Likes Rice & Chicken
Starring Fred Armisen and Bill Hader. The story of 83-year-old Juan, his son Arturo, and his award winning restaurant "Juan's Rice & Chicken."
Parker Gail's Location Is Everything
Starring Bill Hader. Monologist Parker Gail and Director Harrison Renzi team up to present Gail's engaging and confessional theater piece, Location Is Everything.
Batsh*t Valley: Part 1
In 1980, enigmatic cult leader Father Ra-Shawbard and his followers descended on the small town of Chinook, Oregon, sparking a feud with the local residents that catapulted to national attention.
Batsh*t Valley: Part 2
In 1980, enigmatic cult leader Father Ra-Shawbard and his followers descended on the small town of Chinook, Oregon, sparking a feud with the local residents that catapulted to national attention.
Original Cast Album: Co-Op
A fly-on-the-wall look at the marathon cast album recording of the ill-fated 1970 Broadway musical comedy centered around a cast of characters who work, live, or want to live in the same co-op.
Waiting for the Artist
The story of an internationally-acclaimed performance artist preparing for a major career retrospective while reconciling her relationship with her former lover and performance partner whom she hasn't seen in two decades.
Learn to Paint with the Shirtless Painter
There are no screw-ups, only pleasant whoopsies.
ASMR with Kelly Whispers
I truly don't know what I would do if you didn't like this sound.
The Divorced Dad Cooking Show
Cooking for one, cooking for three every other weekend, and always doing the best that you can.
Conversations with Pigeon Man
What titillates those talons?
Long Haired Businessmen
I'd love to bang your ear about the Tulsa situation.
TODAY, I'M JUST YELLING.
Pigeon Man, Part 2
More stimulating conversations with Pigeon Man.
The Shirtless Painter, Part 2
Prepare your brushes.
FOD TV News
Do you have what it takes to be an anchor?
FOD TV News, Part 2
The news team asks hard-hitting questions such as: why won't you die?
PopBurst.TV pokes its nose in every topic imaginable!
Alan and Elle
Cartuna presents the world's second, more dysfunctional couple, Alan and Elle.
Alan and Elle, Part 2
Adam is, like, literally the dumbest person we know.
Divorced Dad, Part 2
It's... it's just so hard sometimes.
Divorced Dad, Part 3
Chez Dad is still a "wok" in progress.
Dogs in the Park
The Man wants me to sit? I will stand!
The Most You Learn
The Most You Learn: Bodies of Water
No one knows what a tributary is.
The Most You Learn: King Beds
He has more futons than you.
Divorced Dad, Part 4
Why eat your feelings alone when you can do it around (some) friends and family?
Thu Become One
After failed dating experiences, Thu realizes that she is actually in love with herself, and sets out to marry Thu number 2.
Thu embarks on a journey with a hunter and ends up killing a giant blue cave duck.
My Fair Maybe
Thu is bored with being the world's greatest cook. The Deli Llama gives her the advice to take on a protege who she will teach to be better than her.
Thu opens up a restaurant but it's soon shut down when she ends up serving rancid ham salad to her loyal customers, poisoning all of them.
After Thu births a kitten, things go awry, with her whole family being massacred by a villain.
Thu Has A Normal Day
Thu Tran takes everyone through a typical day in the life of Food Party.
Things go awry when Grape Jenny falls in love with Peanut Butter Jerry.
Thu Strikes It Rich
A normal night of cooking goes awry when a rich playboy crashes his car through Thu's kitchen.
The Emperor's New Dinner
Thu tries to improvise when King of the World comes to eat at her restaurant, but things turn bad when he gets angry and turns everyone into food.
Thu makes a lunch for her father, who reveals that she is adopted and that her biological family is living nearby.
Thu the vampire hosts a variety of blood inspired dishes.
A giant rat eats Thu's gingerbread house and leaves the proof behind.
The Oregano Garden
Thu harvests oregano buds, all with the help of her celebrity Grandpa, some rasta bees, and a little bit of tie dye.
A huge storm leaves Thu resorting to the only food she has left - her own body.
Thu takes an RV ride to find a meal for $3.99.
Thu and friends encounter a donut-loving zombie.
Thu must battle a wizard in an egg fight.
Thu learns to prepare the right amount of food by using mirrors in her preparation.
Thu creates food using zit butter.
Thu gets a special birthday gift from her father.
Ad Lib Episode
Thu is saved by a tonic after eating bad meat.
Thu experiments with vegan recipes.
Thu and Bu - Part 1
When a King falls in love with Thu, they get married. But Thu's evil stepmother kills her and replaces her with evil stepsister Bu.
Thu and Bu - Part 2
The King is unhappy, soon realizing something is wrong after marrying his new bride.
Mystery Science Theater 3000
The Crawling Eye
In the first national broadcast of MST3K, the Mads kick off the invention exchange with a canine antiperspirant. Then, Joel and the Bots tune in to watch the 1958 sci-fi trifle called, "The Crawling Eye" (1958) starring Forrest Tucker.
The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy
For the Invention Exchange, The Mads show off their new device for getting rid of unwanted guests. Then, Joel and the bots are forced to watch the cheesy Mexican horror flick, "The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy" (1959).
Women of the Prehistoric Planet
Down in Deep 13, The Mads present their newest fast food chain idea: meat so fresh it'll walk out to you! Joel and the bots enjoy a screening full of alien astronauts in "Women of the Prehistoric Planet" (1966).
The Corpse Vanishes
Joel unwinds in his new chiro-gyro while The Mads present their flame-throwing flower. Then, Joel and the Bots are forced to watch the spooky and demented Bela Lugosi film, "The Corpse Vanishes".
The Crawling Hand
Joel fools his two evil overlords during the Invention Exchange. Then, The Mads show off their Limb-Lengthener to stretch out Larry's arm, which seamlessly segues into the theater for "The Crawling Hand" (1964).
Joel and the Bots are forced to watch the 1953 sci-fi flick, "Robot Monster," where after destroying all civilization on Earth, an alien attempts to wipe out the planet's last survivors.
The Mads show off their Insect-A-Sketch, which combines the classic Etch-A-Sketch toy with an ant farm. Joel and the Bots watch the sci-fi film, "Project Moonbase" (1953), in which the president and captain of a lunar space station are both women.
The Giant Spider Invasion
Mike and the Bots suffer through "The Giant Spider Invasion" (1975), in which car-size mutant spiders terrorize a town; with Steve Brodie and Barbara Hale.
Parts: The Clonus Horror
Mike and the Bots sit through "Parts: The Clonus Horror" (1978), where an escaped clone tries to expose a government plot; with Tim Donnelly, Dick Sargent and Peter Graves.
The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!?
Mike and the Bots watch "The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Crazy Mixed-Up Zombies" (1963), where a fortune teller adds a beatnik to her zombie collection. Meanwhile, Pearl returns a trio of space-brats to their parents.
The Sidehackers (a.k.a. Five the Hard Way)
The Mads show off their invention which allows them to be in two places at once. Joel and the Bots write a song inspired by the movie, "The Sidehacker," where a motorcycle racer and a violent stunt rider start a war of vengeance against each other.
Joel presents the Tickle Bazooka in this episode's adventure exchange. MST3K screens "Catalina Caper" (1967), where a map heist goes horribly wrong off the coast of Catalina and it's up to a bunch of scuba-partying teens to save the day.
The Wild Rebels
Joel and the gang watch "The Wild Rebels" (1967), a movie about a stock-car racer who is recruited as a getaway driver for a biker gang. Then, Joel explains how to appreciate a bad movie.
The Lost Continent
Against his will, Joel is forced to watch sci-fi fantasy film, "Lost Continent" (1951), where a military team sent to search for a lost rocket ends up trapped on a mountain inhabited by dinosaurs.
Joel and the Bots try to figure out what's going on in the biker film, "The Hellcat" (1968). Then the gang reminisces on some favorite moments, including when Joel gave a lecture on what floating things are funny and which aren't.
Stranded in Space
In the theater, Joel and the Bots watch "Stranded in Space" in which inhabitants of an Earth-like planet seem to lack free will.
Time of the Apes
Joel and the Bots watch "Time of the Apes" (1987), where two children and a frozen woman wake up 2,000 years later, when apes and a computer rule the world. With Reiko Tokunaga, Hiroko Saito, Masaaki Kaji.
Joel watches "Fugitive Alien" (1986), where Wolf Raiders from Valnastar attack Earth. One, wanted for treason, becomes a space loner named Ken. With Tatsuya Azuma, Miyuki Tanigawa, Joe Shishido.
Joel and his Bot friends watch "Mighty Jack" (1986), in which Commandos save the world from terrorists and a traitor armed with a molecular changer. With Hideaki Nitani, Naoko Kobo, Hiroshi Niami.
Star Force: Fugitive Alien II
Joel watches "Star Force: Fugitive Alien II" (1986), where Space loner, Ken from Valnastar, guides Earth spaceship Bacchus III on a mission to a far planet.
Joel watches "The Unearthly" (1957), in which a mad scientist (John Carradine) does gland work with servant, Lobo.
Castle of Fu Manchu
Joel watches "Castle of Fu Manchu" (1972), a horror film where an Asian villain (Christopher Lee) has an icy plot to control the world.
Joel and the Bots watch the science fiction flick, "City Limits" (1985), in which two gangs of teenage bikers rule a divided city with jousts in a post-plague future of no adults.
Being From Another Planet
Joel and the Bots watch "Being From Another Planet" (1982), a re-edited version of "Time Walker," in which a mummy awakened by a university team goes on a killing spree.
Hercules and the Captive Women
Joel watches adventure film, "Hercules and the Captive Women" (1963), where a Greek hero saves his son from the sexist queen of Atlantis.
Joel and the Bots watch "The Beatniks" (1960), where a gang member's dream of stardom is ruined when his buddy commits murder. With Tony Travis, Peter Breck.
Joel and the Bots watch a sci-fi film, "Human Duplicators" (1965), in which government agents thwart an alien's plot to take over Earth with android doubles.
The Day the Earth Froze
Joel and the Bots watch fantasy movie, "The Day the Earth Froze" (1959), where a witch spitefully steals the sun; with Nina Anderson, Jon Powers.
Bride of the Monster
Joel sits through the horror movie, "Bride of the Monster" (1955), where Dr. Vornoff's monster needs a mate. With Bela Lugosi. Directed by Edward D. Wood Jr.
Manos, Hands of Fate
Joel and his robot friends watch the horror movie, "Manos, Hands of Fate" (1966), where a family driving through Texas asks a cult master for directions.
I Accuse My Parents
Joel and the gang watch "I Accuse My Parents" (1945), a drama film in which a judge cites parental neglect in a case with a teen charged with murder.
The Girl in Lover's Lane
Joel and the gang watch suspense film, "The Girl in Lover's Lane," where a drifter is blamed for a sweet young thing's murder, but the village fool (Jack Elam) confesses.
Joel and the Gang watch as Texas marshal is murdered, and his widow takes on his dangerous duty in the western flick, "The Gunslinger" (1956).
Beginning of the End
Mike and the Bots watch "Beginning of the End" (1957), a science fiction flick where crops thrive on irradiated soil; so do grasshoppers.
The Atomic Brain
Mike and the gang watch horror movie, "The Atomic Brain" (1964), where a mad doctor makes two zombies and a cat woman.
Mike and the Bots are forced to watch fantasy film, "Santa Claus" (1959), in which Santa and Merlin save kids from the devil.
The Dead Talk Back
In "The Dead Talk Back" (1957), police consult a metaphysicist to help solve a case. Onboard the Satellite of Love, Mike and the Bots impersonate the Grateful Dead and Gypsy runs the crew through a fire drill.
The Mads mess around with voodoo to mirror Mike and the Bots' experience in the screening room. In the 1987 horror film, a young man killed by a gang of teens is resurrected by a voodoo priestess.
The Creeping Terror
Mike and the Bots watch "The Creeping Terror" (1964), where a slow hairy monster from outer space absorbs people in Lake Tahoe.
Mike and the Bots sit through "Bloodlust" (1961), where a demented doctor hunts teenagers with a bow and arrow. Meanwhile, Mother Forrester visits Deep 13.
The Mads challenge Mike and the Bots to a swing choir contest. Then, the Mads force the gang to watch sports drama, "The Skydivers" (1963), a flick with a barely detectable plot about love and revenge at a skydiving establishment.
The Violent Years
Down in Deep 13, the Mads introduce their soft jazz theme song. Meanwhile, Mike and the Bots sit through "The Violent Years" (1956), where a newspaperman's daughter runs with a vicious girls' gang.
The Sinister Urge
The gang sits through this strange 1960 feature presentation, in which police officers are on the hunt for a man murdering pornography films' lead actresses. Meanwhile, Frank threatens to blow up Deep 13.
Red Zone Cuba
Mike and the gang take on the mise-en-scene epic, "Red Zone Cuba" (1972), where three mercenaries steal a plane from Castro and flee to Arizona for crime.
The Beast of Yucca Flats
The gang barely survives the screening of the horror film, "The Beast of Yucca Flats" (1961), where communists chase a large scientist into an atomic bomb test.
Seven women battle ruthless drug dealers in this '70s crime drama. As Mike and the Bots semi suffer through their movie, the Mads fight bad ratings down in Deep 13.
Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell
Mike and the Bots watch a medieval hero meet twin princesses on a diamond quest in "Deathstalker and the Warriors From Hell" aka "Deathstalker III" (1989). Then, Crow reads a trashy romance novel to Pearl as a favor.
Mike and the Bots have a "Men's Night" on the Satellite of Love. The gang watches "Escape 2000" (1985), where a newswoman and Bronx warrior fight a borough exterminator; with Mark Gregory, Henry Silva and Valeria D'Obici.
Doctor Forrester's funding has been cut off, and as he waits for the Satellite of Love to crash, he forces Mike and the Bots to watch "Laserblast" (1978), a sci-fi flick in which a teen finds a laser gun and pendant left by aliens, who watch.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return
After being trapped on the dark side of the moon, Jonah and his new robot friends are forced to watch cheesy movies like this episode's terrible Danish monster movie, "Reptilicus."
Today on the Satellite of Love, Jonah and the gang watch "Cry Wilderness" which follows the adventures of a young boy who gets a visit from his old pal, Bigfoot, while he's at boarding school.
The Time Travelers
In the theater, Jonah and his robot pals watch an experiment gone wrong. A group of scientists get hurled into a future full of mutants, androids, and catty humans in this 1964 sci-fi romp.
Jonah and the Bots experiment today is a disaster film - in the most literal sense. The gang watches "Avalanche" and is buried beneath a mountain of bad acting and failed romantic chemistry.
The Beast of Hollow Mountain
Today in the theater, Jonah and the Bots saddle up for a part-western, part-monster, and all-bad movie.
Parks and Recreation
Leslie tries to prove she can hang with the guys so she invites herself on Ron's annual hunting trip, but things don't go as planned. Meanwhile, April and Andy bond in the office while everyone is away.
Ron (Nick Offerman) sends Leslie (Amy Poehler) up to the DMV and she happens to see Tom (Aziz Ansari) and Wendy at divorce court. Leslie enlists the help of everyone in the department to take Tom out on the town so he can forget his sadness.
Leslie (Amy Poehler) designs the Pawnee Winter Wonderland Festival, but has to hide from the press when a meeting with a disgraced Councilman lands her in the middle of a sex scandal.
Ann (Rashida Jones) sets Leslie (Amy Poehler) up on a blind date with a co-worker (guest star Will Arnett), which does not go as well as Leslie hoped. An old friend of Ann's (guest star Justin Theroux) makes Mark (Paul Schneider) feel insecure.
After an amazing date with Justin (guest star Justin Theroux) in Indianapolis, Leslie (Amy Poehler) tries to impress him with a dinner party at her house.
A bohemian couple goes to great lengths to make sure that their restaurant order is ethical and humane. Guest starring Steve Buscemi and Jason Sudeikis.
A Song for Portland
Fred and Carrie meet the Mayor of Portland who gives them a special assignment. Special Guest Star Kyle MacLachlan. Also guest starting Aubrey Plaza and Sam Adams.
Take Back MTV
In this Season 3 premiere, Spyke & Iris join forces with a gang of former MTV stars to take back MTV from the Tweens. A group of frustrated college grads stage a protest on the dance floor. Sandra has a crush on a man in her meditation class.
The Mayor sends Fred and Carrie on a door-to-door mission to Seattle to recruit new citizens for Portland. A pedicab driver hustles for clients. Peter and Nance prepare for the opening of their Bed and Breakfast with a visit to The Doily Shoppe.
A young woman (Kirsten Dunst) is haunted by very informed ghosts. Doug and Claire make a big commitment to one another. Kath and Dave make the most of fifteen minutes. Sandra finally finds a soulmate. Fred is visited by a Date Fact Checker.
Starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein. The Flaming Lips headline Portland's Pickathon Music Festival. Brendan and Michelle attend the festival via drone. Two concertgoers go boy-crazy. Guest starring Alia Shawkat, Kyle MacLachlan.
Starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein. Fred wakes up with gray hair and sets out on a journey to find out how old he is. Carrie is faced with a life decision. Guest starring Kyle MacLachlan, Natasha Lyonne, Mitchell Hurwitz and Kumail Nanjiani.
Fred and Carrie consult with a storytelling expert. A traveler checks into an unconventional hotel. The weirdos discover Bed, Bath and Beyond.
Carrie Dates a Hunk
Fred doesn't dig Carrie's hunky new beau. A new couple goes to therapy. Drew and Andy question, "What about men?" Melanie and Lars make the important choice to buy a rug.
Spyke gets his old band back together. Podcasters investigate a police station. Candace brings Toni to her childhood summer home.
Toni & Candace get involved in women's healthcare. Peter & Nance deal with a sushi situation. Kathleen becomes the first female partner at her firm.
An aging punk singer explores the many different white artists who have performed on "Sherman's Showcase." Sherman used his show as a platform to try and bridge the racial gap. Sometimes it worked. Sometimes it was awkward.
Ray J's Showcase
In the season finale, Sherman is shocked to find himself in a world turned upside down, where Ray J is the host of his Showcase. Sherman races to uncover what triggered this alternate universe and finds himself face-to-face with an unexpected foe.
Stan Against Evil
A mysterious girl runs out into the street, forcing Evie to swerve into a fatal car accident that she must relive over and over and over again.
Black Hat Society Pt. 1
Stan begins to solve the mystery of Evie's disappearance. Along the way, he meets a Wiccan coven known as The Black Hat Society.
Black Hat Society Pt. 2
Stan travels back in time to save Evie but her rescue comes at a steep price: a friend in the modern day must be sacrificed.
Denise believes she's won a contest but instead gets trapped in the fictional world of Vampire Creek, a TV show about teenage vampires. Stan, Evie & Kevin must find and rescue her before she is turned into a vampire.
Intensive Scare Unit
Stan goes for a prostate exam but must escape when the hospital turns demonic. Non-fiction. Just kidding.
A Man About the House
Chrissy and Janet try to convince their landlord that their new male roommate is gay.
And Mother Makes Four
Chrissy's mother visits for the first time since Jack moved in with the girls.
Convinced that Jack is gay, Roper decides that he is a safe date for his visiting niece.
No Children, No Dogs
Larry gives Jack and the girls a puppy even though Roper doesn't allow pets.
Jack the Giant Killer
Jack feels guilty about not standing up to a tough guy who makes a play for Chrissy.
It's Only Money
The roommates fear the rent money has been stolen.
Jack and Chrissy walk in on Janet while she is entertaining a date.
Jack Looks for a Job
Jack's modeling job requires him to pose nude.
Janet loses a promotion to a voluptuous candidate.
Jack throws a wild party when Chrissy and Janet go away for the weekend.
Jack and Janet learn Chrissy's beau is married.
Jack and Chrissy are home alone for one night.
Roper thinks he sold the roommates a classic car.
Chrissy's Night Out
Jack defends Chrissy's honor when a man follows her home from a bar.
Two and a Half Men
Yay, No Polyps!
When Chelsea plans to visit her parents, Charlie pretends to get a colonoscopy to avoid meeting them. When Chelsea catches on, Charlie must plan a real colonoscopy. Instead of going away, Chelsea invites her parents to Charlie's house.
Crude and Uncalled For
Alan gets into a bar fight when a rival shows up for his blind date. Charlie must bail him out of jail and get him a lawyer. The lawyer gets Alan off, but Charlie worries that he may be interested in Chelsea.
Aye, Aye, Captain Douche
Charlie and Chelsea get into an argument after she goes on a date with Alan's lawyer. She decides to move out and live with her dad. Their relationship becomes so strained, she decides to postpone the wedding.
Tinkle Like a Princess
Charlie gets depressed and takes a trip to Las Vegas to uplift his spirits, but he returns with a new wife. He soon realizes that his new wife was already married, and her real husband only tolerates her cheating because she is hot.
I Found Your Moustache
Alan takes Charlie to the movies in an effort to cure his depression. There they see Chelsea and Brad together, but the two soon split up. She spends the night at Charlie's house but claims their relationship hasn't improved.
Ixnay on the Oggie Day
Charlie hooks up with Chelsea's friend, but this becomes problematic when Chelsea wants to get back together. Meanwhile, Alan is paid very well when an adjustment he gives a female client makes her orgasm, but he worries he is becoming a gigolo.
Video Music Box
Straight out the Vault
A classic throwback from the Video Music Box vault of the biggest names in hip hop. Ralph McDaniels presents performances and early interviews from over three decades of Video Music Box. Featuring Run DMC, Notorious BIG, Jay Z, Fresh Prince and more.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond
The Blaze of Gory
The group adjusts to the reality of life beyond their community's walls. Iris attempts to take charge, in spite of Hope's reservations. Felix and Huck trail the teens while Felix is forced to confront unwanted memories.
The Tyger and the Lamb
Burdened by their pasts, members of the group adopt opposing strategies for dealing with a massive obstacle. Pressure is put on the group to return home.
The Wrong End of a Telescope
The group seeks shelter from a storm inside an abandoned high school. While resupplying, they imagine what high school life was once like and encounter new threats both living and dead.
Madman Across the Water
While the group works together to cross the Mississippi River, a plot to steer the teens back home hits a snag. A member of the group must overcome past trauma to save the others from an approaching threat.
When an unexpected newcomer reveals information that could help them reach their destination, the group cuts a deal. While some are intrigued by the new arrival, others are suspicious.
Truth or Dare
While the group searches for something to advance their quest, one of them recalls their struggles in the early days of the apocalypse. A game of truth or dare brings emotions to the surface.
The Sky is a Graveyard
A horrific discovery finds the group at crossroads and prompts one of them to revisit past trauma.
The Deepest Cut
A series of setbacks causes a member of the group to reevaluate their role in the mission. Someone makes a surprising discovery. A startling revelation casts everything in a new light.
In This Life
A divided group struggles to reunite. Others set their sights on the greater good.
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