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Which episode would you rather see on Turkey Day?

Parts: The Clonus Horror

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The Brain That Wouldn't Die

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Parts: The Clonus Horror

Which episode would you rather see on Turkey Day?
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Brandon Lawrence
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Brandon Lawrence

Actor Tim Donnelly, who played Richard, recently passed away. I think it would be a nice tribute to him.

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Cassandra Schoon
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Cassandra Schoon

I think that this one is probably responsible for like 90% of my family's inside jokes. It is one of those things that always makes me think of good times with them.

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Corey Core Grundstein
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Corey Core Grundstein

Aside from "Clonus" being my favorite episode of all time, it's without a doubt the best movie MST riffed during their classic years. It was remade by Michael Bay. That alone shows how strong of a film it is. Plus the riffs are hysterical. ALL of them! And the host segments are fantastic!

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Kimberly Edsell
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Kimberly Edsell

This never gets the love it deserves. Only you can prevent crotch fires.

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Brian Edsell
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Brian Edsell

One of my all time favorites. Only you can prevent crotch fires. I can't believe this isn't winning.

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Corvid Cattus
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Corvid Cattus

They're dying in America... TODAY!

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Michael Berger
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Michael Berger

Goofy movie that is actually entertaining with great riffs.

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Brian Finnegan
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Brian Finnegan

Whole movie is worth it just for the smoking crotch scene, The Island starrring Ewan MacGregor had to pay these people for ripping off the plot lol

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Matthew Casper
Matthew Casper

That was Michael Bay.

Ben Hunt
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Ben Hunt

It has Peter Graves.

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Cara Sutherland
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Cara Sutherland

The inspiration for "The Island." Good enough for Michael Bay!

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George Featherstone
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George Featherstone

"Only question i ever thought was hard, was do i like Kirk, or do I like Picard" ... Well, now there's a harder question. I have A brain that wouldn't die movie poster on my office wall, that's how much I love it, but Parts just has so much great stuff in it. Hardest. Choice. Ever.

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M Dodd
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M Dodd

Classic episode.

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Matt Olfson
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Matt Olfson

While the Brian That Wouldn't Die is a classic (especially with Mary Jo in a pan), Parts is just funnier.

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Michael Lipinski
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Michael Lipinski

It's a movie that Michael Bay shamelessly ripped off decades later, plus Peter Graves for A&E Biography.

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Kelsey Stark
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Kelsey Stark

I actually kind of like this movie. Plus, Peter Graves of the University of Minnesota.

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Gila Spaceleigh
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Gila Spaceleigh

Peter Graves monologue!!

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Josh H(Viper)
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Josh H(Viper)

It’s one of the best riffs of all MST3K’s. The writing was on point, and the riffs came at the right moments… Makes me laugh and smile to this day!

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Pamela Zesotarski
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Pamela Zesotarski

I am just hoping for some good parts... At least in the riffs, if not in the movie!

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Thomas Richard Cole
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Thomas Richard Cole

Full of so many great one-liners!

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J. Mercer Crenshaw
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J. Mercer Crenshaw

Although I’ve seen these both a bunch of times, there’s something so earnestly doofy about “Parts:” that makes it one of my all time favorites.

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Josh
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Josh

A VERY underappreciated episode, absolutely perfect movie for riffing (extremely watchable despite being trash) with fantastic jokes. One of my favorites.

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Russell Boyer
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Russell Boyer

Peter Graves is Peter Graves in: Peter Graves at the University of Minnesota

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David Redstone
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David Redstone

Because Peter Graves is in it...and I think he went to the University of Minnesota

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Jason Guillemette
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Jason Guillemette

I need more Peter Graves on my Thanksgiving.

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Rikki Strong
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Rikki Strong

We can already quote all of the riffs from The Head that Wouldn't Die already. Gotta expand our repertoire.

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Will Dodson
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Will Dodson

It's a tough call, because I love both movies, but it would be a GRAVES mistake to miss out on "Parts: The Clonus Horror!"

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Becky Mueller
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Becky Mueller

"Only you can prevent groin fires"

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Bill Murray
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Bill Murray

Title alone wins it! Plus, I want a new kidney for myself!!!

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Josh Colletta
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Josh Colletta

Boil-in-bag humans. The gunshot running gag. Crotch fires. Crow's nose job. Peter Graves! What more could you ask for?

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Darin Widmer
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Darin Widmer

Horrible movie... Perfect for riffing!!

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Adinocc
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Adinocc

It's a weird move.

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Tom Blackburn
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Tom Blackburn

I love how clueless these poor clones are and I have only seen this movie once.

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Joel Marksbury
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Joel Marksbury

Seems like this one doesn't get shown much, so why not something different?

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Andy Pottschmidt
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Andy Pottschmidt

Seeing Crow with a smaller beak is all it took to vote for this episode.

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Astrozon Danglebert Zebulon
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Astrozon Danglebert Zebulon

Parts is both superior and horrifically inferior to the brain the wouldn't die, so how could you not vote for this treasure garbage

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Sitting Duck
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Sitting Duck

Hi, I'm Peter Graves, and I think you should feature this in the next episode of Biography.

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Thomas Horne
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Thomas Horne

I decided on this movie because I haven't seen it before and the title is intriguing, also I know the other very well lol I wanted to mention I got this email while watching Werewolf from the MST3K 20th anniversary box set lol

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After Dark. Parts.
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After Dark. Parts.

Show respect for all the fallen players of these movies we riff. We have lost so many and yet no one knew. its time to give love and praise to those we don't often think or talk about.

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Curt Bizovi
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Curt Bizovi

I voted this for my peeps @mst3kaday on IG

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Jeffrey Lilly
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Jeffrey Lilly

There are few movies in the MST quiver that so perfectly capture the ridiculousness of 70s cinema- inexplicable but hyper-specific science ideas, bad fashion, and the decade's obsession with doom n' gloom endings.

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Mike J. McAllister
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Mike J. McAllister

I have fond memories of watching this one with my Dad. I taped it the day it aired and is one of my all time favorite episodes

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Loren Hermanson
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Loren Hermanson

For those of us who eat Turkey, parts are important and I think we all have had some horror stories about under or mis-cooked parts. I kinda fits

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Johnny My name is
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Johnny My name is

Barry Bostwick is the man!

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Mancho vie
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Mancho vie

The main character always has the best goofy look on his face. It's just so funny

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Sean Neptune
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Sean Neptune

It's called Parts! Parts!

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Dax Gazaway
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Dax Gazaway

I have not seen this one. Lame answer, but true.

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James Brown
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James Brown

Because it reminds me of a good episode of Sliders if that episode was a shlocky b movie

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Luke Leonard
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Luke Leonard

I haven't seen this one.

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Michael Black Feather
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Michael Black Feather

There's a genuinely interesting story in this movie! Like a 1970s version of The Matrix. Eat the cake! You're going to America!

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Rene
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Rene

LOVE this one, and you can't beat Peter Graves! "Parts is parts!"

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Wade Burchette
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Wade Burchette

*gunshot* Ow! *another gunshot* Ow! *yet another gunshot* Ow!

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Get Lich or Die Tryin'
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Get Lich or Die Tryin'

Nothing says "harvest" like harvesting organs.

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Gabriel D
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Gabriel D

Haven't seen the one, sounds interesting!

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Jean Thomas
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Jean Thomas

The Brain That Wouldn't Die is misogynist. Parts: The Conus Horror is HILARIOUS, plus Peter Graves!

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Casey Killingsworth
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Casey Killingsworth

Always been a personal favorite of mime

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William Manley
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William Manley

For the Aunt Clara symposium

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Jon Malbrough
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Jon Malbrough

I'm voting for America....TODAY!

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Judy Dubrosky
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Judy Dubrosky

The Brain that Wouldn't Die leaves me with an icky feeling that doesn't wash off for days.

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Bo Sheep
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Bo Sheep

Brain that wouldn’t die is great, but parts deserves more attention

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William Schraffenberger
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William Schraffenberger

“Brain that Wouldn’t Die” is a good riff, but it’s such a greasy, dark, exploitative movie I’ve got to go with my less-favored but more accessible episode if I’m watching in mixed company.

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Chris Dunlap
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Chris Dunlap

I want to go to America!

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Marguerite Tonjes
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Marguerite Tonjes

because we haven’t seen Parts: The Clonus Horror as often as we have seen The Brain That Wouldn’t Die.

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Jennifer Dearden
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Jennifer Dearden

I watched this on an early date with the guy I'd eventually marry. Love at first riff.

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Sushil Rudranath
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Sushil Rudranath

It's a true classic with RICHARD GRAVES :D

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Adam Kniprath
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Adam Kniprath

Haven't seen this as often, so it'd be good to see again!

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Matthew Casper
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Matthew Casper

This was such a funny riff on this one.

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Howard Kistler
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Howard Kistler

Optimal cheese levels, and the filmmakers were very good sports about it appearing on MST3K,

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The Brain That Wouldn't Die

Which episode would you rather see on Turkey Day?
91 Comments
Claire Elliott
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Claire Elliott

it's Mike's introduction, and I wonder if they intentionally picked this one for him because the jokes were so strong. It allowed us to fall in love with a new host quickly and easily after Joel left.

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Josh Marrazzo
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Josh Marrazzo

This is just SUCH a classic. Mary Jo as Jan in the Pan; Mike's 1st show; a new opening theme. It had to show us MST 3K could survive such a monumental change (and change is how this show has survived over the years!) And it nails it. That's no shot at Parts, but Brain is a slam dunk.

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Jason Tamez
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Jason Tamez

Parts is so bland. Jan is so glam.

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Philip Monihan
Philip Monihan

Well said.

Stacie ♥
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Stacie ♥

Parts makes me sad. Their sad faces....and the old people....oh it's just everything. ☹

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Philip Monihan
Philip Monihan

Yeah, I'm not happy watching Parts either.

Jack Miller
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Jack Miller

Mike’s historic first episode as host, might be a good thing to see for new fans of the show. Plus the riffing is top notch in that one. I love Parts too, but Brain is soooo classic!

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Darth Elias
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Darth Elias

It’s a big brain move

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Shawn Samuels
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Shawn Samuels

Childhood Favorite. One of the first horror movies I can actually remember watching as a young boy staying up way past his bedtime to see it on a Saturday night late late show! And still one I watch every time I see it on.

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Witecat Jer
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Witecat Jer

This movie is inherently silly and lighter fare is always great with marathons on Thanksgiving.

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Meghan Hamilton
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Meghan Hamilton

This film freaked me out at 10 years old, having seen the unedited version on late night TV in the 60's. I thought it would always unnerve me a little, until I met...Jan in the Pan!

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Leslie Maryann Neal
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Leslie Maryann Neal

It's one of my fave episodes. Parts is just blah

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Mary Manning
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Mary Manning

This is one of the best ever episodes and seems more fitting for Halloween.

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Scott Armstrong
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Scott Armstrong

Love this b&w horror film as an episode even though I think Clonus is the better movie.

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S Moyer
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S Moyer

"What does turning them into clowns prove, John"

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Gallerygoo
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Gallerygoo

I would like to see Mikes first episode

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Amber Scaggs
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Amber Scaggs

I rather watch "The Brain that wouldn't die" than "Part

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Mike Deras
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Mike Deras

Did you make your own gravy?

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Steve Shaha
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Steve Shaha

This is one of the best episodes, in my opinion, and is always rewatchable. The riffs are top notch, and with this being Mike's first show as host the host segments are unique and great as well.

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Zack S
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Zack S

Just feels right, you know?

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Edie Nugent
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Edie Nugent

Such a classic. Would love to see an update, and for someone to change my neck juice.

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Philip Chandler
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Philip Chandler

I remember watching this many years ago, and I saw part of the MST version. I thought it was really really funny and I wanted to see the rest.

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Kenneth Allen Burdge III
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Kenneth Allen Burdge III

Because this was the first episode i ever watched as a kid and its still my favorite. Because i too cant find the TRASURE and feel DISPLASURE!

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holly ann
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holly ann

It's Mike's first experiment and essential viewing for any potential MSTies.

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MavinMaverick
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MavinMaverick

Though I was aware of MST3k for some time, it was on later than I typically stayed up. This may have been the first one I actually watched when it aired.

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Robert Ezenwa
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Robert Ezenwa

It's the first season without Joel in it. The episode is monumental for that fact alone. It's also one of a few episodes that shows Mike adjusting to his new home.

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Mark Lucas
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Mark Lucas

This is such a classic! The quintessential horror of a scientist doing all the wrong things for his selfish love. And what couldn't be more fitting to watch during a Turkey Day meal than a disembodied head in a vat of soup? Yes!

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Leeann Key
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Leeann Key

Everyone needs a pinch of sleaze for Thanksgiving!

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Colleen Moriarity
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Colleen Moriarity

This is one of my favorite episode. It's one of the classics.

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Eric Sack
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Eric Sack

This is one of the earliest MST3K episodes I remember watching and laughing with my family.

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Robert Isaacson
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Robert Isaacson

This episode makes its own gravy!!

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Robert Josephson
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Robert Josephson

Such a fun riffy movie. Great host segments.

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Ken Buchanan
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Ken Buchanan

I love this episode!!!

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Lucas Munden
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Lucas Munden

Mike's first riff..ever, "These people will be exploring issues that are teens issues."

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Steve Caldwell
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Steve Caldwell

my wife told me to vote for this one. so I did

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J. Sexton
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J. Sexton

There are ways to get this episode on the marathon. Many ways... Did I mention there are ways?

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Lauren Valbert
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Lauren Valbert

Mike's first show! It's fun to watch the bots be suspicious of the new guy. :-)

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Adam Troy
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Adam Troy

I love this episode. Mostly because this was Mike's first time on Team MST3K. The trio gelled so well together. Plus the movie itself showed what Mike was in store for during his time on the SOL.

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Matt Perri
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Matt Perri

It's a classic ep. Easy Top 20, if not Top 10.

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Michael Seaman
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Michael Seaman

I loved this movie before I saw it on MST3K. I love it more with MST3K.

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Lets Go Brandon
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Lets Go Brandon

Clonus Wars is a documentary

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chubtoons
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chubtoons

Jan in a pan is the perfect Turkey Day dish!

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Bruce Pullen
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Bruce Pullen

Mike's first episode, the black and white simplicity, the jokes and skits, its timeless repeat factor, and the Comedy Central feeling reach an unavoidable nostalgia that's hard to match.

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rtillisch
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rtillisch

It’s the perfect intersection of b-movie and MST3K. Just a great movie on it’s own, made even better by the jokes.

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Kyle Wilkinson
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Kyle Wilkinson

It;s one of my all time favorite Mike episodes. I love all the riffs and one of the riffs that makes me laugh the most is "Hi! I'm Casey Kasem. This one goes out to a heart-sick lover with a severed head!"

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John Manly
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John Manly

There are ways to get this film to victory. There are ways...mwahahaha. Ways.... Did I mention there are ways?

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Troy Wood
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Troy Wood

You've got to vote for the movie that makes its own gravy.

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Linda Saper
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Linda Saper

You can’t compare these two! “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” is a true horror classic, fully deserving of MST3K riffing!

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Jeremy Clegg
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Jeremy Clegg

Come on. It's about a brain...that won't die. What more do you need?

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Craig Mooney
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Craig Mooney

It sounds soo bad so that means it must be good

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Storm Karstark
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Storm Karstark

This is one of the first episodes I ever saw and one that my family and I still quote to each other to this day. This is one of the all-time greats, IMO.

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Chris Fretwell
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Chris Fretwell

Love the classic Black & Whites. And who doesn't like Jan in the Pan?

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Bryan Lee Davidson-Tirca
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Bryan Lee Davidson-Tirca

It never hurts to get a head.

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David Sears
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David Sears

My wife and I watched this movie on our first time together at her apartment.

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Dani Jones
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Dani Jones

Clonus is so gross and cringey. I just can't stand it!

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Pat McClain
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Pat McClain

Are you kiddin', it's Jan in a pan and she makes her own gravy.

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Adam C
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Adam C

Parts is a legitimately good movie (if maybe a bit boring), while Brain is awful and deserves all the scorn and riff heaped upon it.

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Mira Gutoff
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Mira Gutoff

Bad movie training with Mike!

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Heather M Perkins
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Heather M Perkins

I know more of us eat turkey PARTS than turkey BRAINS on Thanksgiving, but I'd be thankful to see The Brain That Wouldn't Die!

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Cameron Bowman
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Cameron Bowman

This one is a classic and you get a shot of the "severed head" from this movie during MST3K opening theme.

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Tina Grosek
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Tina Grosek

It's harder to find this one to watch. Clonus is around everywhere.

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Laura Walker
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Laura Walker

I guess I just love a movie with neck juice in it.

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Keith Dickinson
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Keith Dickinson

The first Mike Nelson movie, and it's just bat-crap insane all the way.

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Matt Towler
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Matt Towler

Because I'm already trapped in another dimension.

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Philip Monihan
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Philip Monihan

HELP ME! I'M IN ANOTHER DIMENSION!!!

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Annemarie Fogh
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Annemarie Fogh

the brain that wouldnt die, because she's served like a turkey! :D

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Marguerite Nutter
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Marguerite Nutter

I love the old B&W movies

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JojoMonReturns91
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JojoMonReturns91

This was my first exposure to MST3K next to Cave Dwellers and the first episode to feature Mike Nelson! STOP SIGN WHAT STOP SIGN? CURVE WHAT CURVE?

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Scott Pfitzinger
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Scott Pfitzinger

Gutterbumbershoot!! And Mike learns the ropes since it's first episode.

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Diana Psotka
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Diana Psotka

Haven't seen this one in a while, and I really don't like Clonus. Sorry...

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Joseph Cook
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Joseph Cook

It’s been a while since I’ve seen it!

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Damian Miller
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Damian Miller

im a sucker for a "head in a pan" movie

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Jason Chestnut
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Jason Chestnut

One of my favorite Mike episodes by far

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Ian Mackey
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Ian Mackey

I love Mike's early seasons the most

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Adam Boyd
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Adam Boyd

Because Neck Juice, that's why

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Tim Snider
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Tim Snider

It's a brain movie! I'm a sucker for a brain movie!

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Craig Dorrell
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Craig Dorrell

We should celebrate that decapitated actress' heroic sacrifice!

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Nathan Owley
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Nathan Owley

Mike's first time in the theater!

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Which of these soundtracks would you most likely listen to on its own?

Which of these soundtracks would you most likely listen to on its own?

Batman 1989 by Danny Elfman

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Batman Begins by Hans Zimmer

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Batman 1989 by Danny Elfman

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Devin Black
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Devin Black

Who doesn't wanna hear Prince

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Chewbaacca's Lover
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Chewbaacca's Lover

89 is more iconic, the Nolan one is also great.

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SpedeVesku
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SpedeVesku

I always found Zimmer's score for Nolan's Batman trilogy overrated. It's basically just "dun dun dun-dun-DUN" over and over again.

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Batman Begins by Hans Zimmer

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Andrew Cozzini
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Andrew Cozzini

This was a tricky one, as the '89 theme the was my definitive Batman theme for many years, especially due to it's use in the B:TAS intro. However, I now find myself humming themes like the Shirley Walker and Zimmer ones, as I find that they better put me in specific moments from their properties.

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If you were Levi, who would you have saved?

If you were Levi, who would you have saved?

Armin

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Erwin

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Armin

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Iftie Hossain
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Iftie Hossain

In that sitiation I wouldnt know that humanity still exist and we have to deal with the whole world as our enemy in the future. So I would let Erwin to rest and put trust on little Armin. Erwin dont deserve to live in this cruel world. He had enough of this

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Jamal0223
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Jamal0223

His intelligence and youth will definitely be able to save many lives

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Nishal Nandwani
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Nishal Nandwani

Both are very intelligent, but Armin is the embodiment of youth and innocence that the world desperately needs.

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Mike C
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Mike C

Armin may lack leadership skills but that can be supplemented by pairing him together with Pyxis who does have strong leadership skills as well. Erwin is extremely intelligent but Armin is still slightly smarter.

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The React Pack
The React Pack

That’s true! I forgot about Pyxis, he has really good plans as well! -Morgan

Erwin

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Renaldo Wells
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Renaldo Wells

Erwin was the right choice for humanity tbh. Even with all Armin's accomplishments, Erwin has a list just as long and he doesn't panic like Armin did when Bertholdt didn't fall for the Annie line. Erwin orchestrated a nonviolent coup d'etat from a jail cell. That trumps anything armin ever did

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LF Creations
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LF Creations

If it was erwin half of the bad stuff that happens in S4 would not happen. Erwin is definitely one of the most 3 intelligent people in Aot (Erwin,Armin and Hange). What guy is able to motivate a army of newly recruited soilders into their death and he has way more experience.

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xboxanime 🇨🇦
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xboxanime 🇨🇦

I just like Erwin way more. He is more of a commander then Armin he does not need his friends to cheer him up from being scared to thank of a plan.

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The React Pack
The React Pack

I love Erwin as well I miss him sm 😭😭 -Morgan

Siyan Moodley
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Siyan Moodley

Humanity needed a leader and Erwin was the best. Plus he's cool af

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Luther Zeke
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Luther Zeke

Erwin’s speech is better than anything Armin has done and will do

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Kenny
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Kenny

Because Erwin smith is the man to lead the world into the future. He is the reincarnation of Kami (GOD) himself. The only reason he had to die was that ISAYAMA could not keep up drawing his massive balls of steel every time. Erwin smith had the cure for cancer AIDS and Alzheimers. THANK YOU

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Samantha Glass
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Samantha Glass

I would pick erwin because he isn't scared cat and be doesn't need people to make him feel better

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