Patton Oswalt Reboots Mystery Science Theater as the New TV’s Frank

Patton Oswalt Reboots Mystery Science Theater As The New TV's Frank

Patton Oswalt Reboots Mystery Science Theater As The New TV's Frank

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Patton Oswalt Reboots Mystery Science Theater As The New TV's Frank

Patton Oswalt and Jimmy geek out about the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000 on Netflix, while a compliment from Patton's "typewriter nerd" and The Circle co-star Tom Hanks leaves him speechless.

Patton Oswalt Reboots Mystery Science Theater As The New TV's Frank

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Patton Oswalt Reboots Mystery Science Theater as the New TV's Frank

38 thoughts on “Patton Oswalt Reboots Mystery Science Theater as the New TV’s Frank”

  1. I see that you’ve started following Colbert and uploading full 7 minute clips now instead of breaking it into 2 minute pieces for maximum clickbait. Good move I appreciate that.

  2. This is exactly the kind of publicity the show needs! 😀 Thanks Oswalt and Fallon. I wish he’d put the whole cast, or at least Joel (and maybe Mike for fun) on there. Maybe let them do live riffs of Fallon’s show?

  3. I was a teen for the first round of MST3K ! <3 Yay! Now we need a new season of Red Dwarf, please... 😀

  4. If you’re not watching the new Mystery Science Theater 3000 on Netflix, you’re missing out. And if you’ve never seen any of the previous 10 seasons, try the episodes “Mitchell” or “Space Mutiny.” You will never be the same.

  5. I’m so happy they are re-booting MST3K. I’m a long time fanboy of that show back when it was first airing episodes. Im also a big fan of their show Rifftrax. The guys who have been doing that show Joel and Mike among others, are freaking geniuses. I hope Patton can add something to it.

  6. Sorry to burst your bubble but, video length is one of the most rewarding metrics on YouTube now so it’s a cheap move.

  7. Speaking of robots, let’s talk about Mystery Science Theater 3000…. (audience goes silent.)

  8. Patton, you’re amazing as TV’s son as TV’s Frank!! you’re not Frank. you’re the reboot! no one but you could do this! Thank you for doing this!! so excited, so happy!

  9. Actually it’s not a misuse. There are two kinds of reboots, a hard and a soft reboot. Hard reboot often means remake or complete reimagining while soft reboot usually means a sequel set years in the future, with similar or same characters, but still a different thing in some respects. But yes, I agree, revival or sequel would be a better term!

  10. Not rebooting. They HAVE rebooted it. The new season is already out, all of the episodes.

  11. On The King of Queens maybe? He’s Spencer. And now Max aka TV’s Son of TV’s Frank.

  12. Patton: So it’s..
    Jimmy: Hahahahahahah
    Patton: So it’s about..
    Jimmy: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAAHHAAHAHAHA

  13. NO applause when they mention MST3K is being rebooted? Is the audience too young? Depressing.

  14. Bonzulac I’d probably say the Netflix series is the best entry point. The pop culture references are much more contemporary for 20-something viewers like me.

  15. Patton Oswalt is not at all right for the part of Stenton, though. I don’t think he was supposed to be younger than Bailey, Tom Hanks’ character. Patton seems like could still pull of the role somewhat I guess, but it’s just one of the many arbitrary changes they’re making with this book, such as white-washing the main character.

  16. …it’s like there’s not a single, solitary fan of Mystery Science Theater 3000 in that audience. That’s cripplingly depressing.

  17. All the ones mentioned are excellent, I would also recommend “The Giant Spider Invasion”, “The Incredible Melting Man”, and “Merlin’s Shop of Mystical Wonders”. You won’t be disappointed.

  18. +Robert .Breedlove – No matter where you start, it’s filled with references you or I won’t get. The 11th season has a bunch of references to Carvel Ice Cream and Mount Airy Lodge commercials, because the head writer was a kid in New Jersey in the ’80s. No matter the season, references will pass over your head.

  19. Bonzulac I’m talking about contemporary references. Like in the original series they’d make an LA Law reference or something that would’ve been hilarious and relevant to people in 1993, but is dated to most viewers now. What I like about The Return is that they’ll throw out obscure references for the pop culture wonks that make up the hardcore MSTie fanbase but they’ll have plenty jokes and references to more recent stuff like Game of Thrones, The Force Awakens, and the Walking Dead, stuff that’s more familiar to a casual/newer viewer.

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