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K12 - Fugitive Alien
Air Date February 5, 1989
Running Time 103 min.
AKA Starwolf
Movie Director Minoru Kanaya
Kiyosumi Kuzakawa
Year 1986
Cast Tatsuya Azuma
Miyuki Tanigawa
Joe Shishido
Choei Takahashi
Preceded by K11 - Humanoid Woman
Followed by K13 - SST-Death Flight

The Movie


The plot follows the tried-and-true course of outer-space fantasies from time immemorial. After much saber rattling, Earth and the extraterrestrials duke it out with high-tech weaponry. The cause of it all is the title character, who seeks asylum on Earth from a totalitarian space regime.[1]


See Episode 310

The Episode

Host Segments

Prologue: Dr. Forrester is attending a Mad Scientists' Convention in Las Vegas, leaving Dr. Erhardt in charge of the experiment. On the SOL, Joel sings the Fugitive Alien theme song in honor of today's movie. Servo is less than impressed by Joel's singing.

Segment One: Crow is missing, and Joel discovers that Servo and Gypsy have disassembled him. Joel is not pleased and asks them to put Crow back together. Gypsy: "I just hope we can find his spine!"

Segment Two: Ever notice how you never see certain celebrities in the same room together, like Michael Jackson and Diana Ross? Could they be the same person? Joel and Servo debate the issue.

Segment Three: Joel hosts a robot dance competition as Gypsy and Servo boogie down to YMCA. Servo: "I can't stop the music! I got it in me, Joel!" Servo later pronounces this host segment "the stupidest thing we've ever done."

Segment Four: Joel announces the formation of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 fan club. Servo thanks everyone for all the nice "cards and leathers" [sic] they've sent in.[1]

Obscure References


  • This marks Trace's third absence from the show in only twelve episodes.
  • Joel and Servo watch the movie alone, and Servo sits in Crow's seat.


  1. Satellite News

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