|615 - Kitten with a Whip|
|Air Date||November 23, 1994|
|Movie Director||Douglas Heyes|
|Cast||Ann-Margret, John Forsythe|
|Preceded by||614 - San Francisco International|
|Followed by||616 - Racket Girls|
|“||If I can just...make it to the salad bar...!||”|
A nubile delinquent (Ann-Margret) stabs a staff member at a detention center, sets the place on fire, escapes, and kidnaps a barely sentient shipping tycoon and would-be politician (Forsythe). Eventually she and her unlikely male acquaintances Buck and Ron force him to drive them to Tijuana where hijinks ensue. 
- In her autobiography “Ann-Margret, My Story” Ann-Margret says that her “gritty and intense” performance in this movie tarnished her image with fans who wanted her to remain an innocent sweetheart. Despite “atrocious reviews,” the movie did well at the box office and, more importantly, impressed director Mike Nichols, who years later cast Ann-Margret in “Carnal Knowledge.”
- The interior of the Mexican fleabag motel may seem familiar to you. It’s the same interior as the Bates Motel from Psycho.
Host SegmentsDeep 13 to try and find the "bring down the Satellite of Love" button. It ends abruptly in failure when he runs into Dr. F, who promptly has Frank put a giant moustrap baited with a Nutrageous at the entrance to the Umbiliport.
Segment Two: Because Richard Anderson, Oscar Goldman from TV’s Six Million Dollar Man, is in the movie, Mike gives Crow and Tom bionic sound effects. It doesn't take long to enthrall the Bots and annoy Mike.
Segment Four: The SOL crosses the equator, so Mike hazes himself before the Bots can by dressing in drag, piercing his nose, and drinking witch hazel. Except the Bots hadn’t planned to haze him.
Segment Five: Mike and the Bots have a Mexican festival on the SOL with a Dr. F piñata. It's full of letters, so they read one, except Mike thinks it's too cute to be real and beats it with his piñata stick. Back in Deep 13, Dr. F has a Frank piñata made of Frank.
Stinger: "I’ll be a celebrity! And so will you!"
- Kitten with a Whip: Kevin Murphy
- This episode debuted as part of Turkey Day '94.
- "We must pray to Vaal!"
- The actor saying this resembles the bewigged and entoweled inhabitants of a statue-worshipping culture in the episode "The Apple" from Star Trek: The Original Series.
- "Put a NutRageous in this..."
- NutRageous was a candy bar marketed by the Hershey company during the 1990s.
- "Anatomy of a Murder!"
- Anatomy of a Murder is a 1959 film whose cast includes Jimmy Stewart and George C. Scott.
- "A little peek into Doodles Weaver's lifestyle!" "You turned off Doodles Weaver!"
- "Russ Meyer's Goldilocks!"
- Russ Meyer was a director of sexploitation films during the 1960s and '70s.
- "We can rebuild you, John. You'll be faster, stronger..."
- A parody of the opening narration from The Six Million Dollar Man.
- "Has Lieutenant Woodman come in yet?" "He's with Mr. Kotter, sir."
- A reference to Mr. Woodman, the principal from Welcome Back, Kotter.
- "Then Barney stumbled into my room..." "Baby Bop, too!"
- "I'm gonna turn you into Shields and Yarnell!"
- Shields and Yarnell were a mime duo who had their own variety TV show during the 1970s.
- "She looked a little like..." "...Dee Snider."
- "Carl Stalling's in his house!"
- Carl Stalling was a music composer best known for scoring Looney Tunes cartoons.
- "There's a rabbit boiling on the stove for you!"
- A reference to a scene in Fatal Attraction.
- "You need Joel Hyatt!"
- A reference to lawyer Joel Hyatt's commercials for his legal-services company.
- "The Young Gladys Kravitz Chronicles!"
- A reference to the 1990s TV series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, and to Gladys Kravitz, the nosy neighbor from Bewitched.
- "Nurse Ratched!"
- Nurse Ratched was a character from One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
- "You guys are about as intimidating as Chad and Jeremy!"
- Chad and Jeremy were a British folk-rock duo from the mid-1960s.
- "Oh no, Edith Prickley's nude!"
- Edith Prickley was a character from SCTV.
- "Is she rolfing herself?"
- Rolfing is a type of massage promoted as "alternative medicine".
- "Payne Stewart, Holy Man!"
- Payne Stewart was a professional golfer who died in a plane crash in 1999.
- "Will Durant, J.D."
- Will Durant was an American philosopher and historian.
Premiered on Turkey Day '94.
|preceded by: Season 5||MST3K Season 6||followed by: Season 7|
|1994 - 1995|
|601||Girls Town||1994-07-16||609||The Skydivers||1994-08-27||617||The Sword and the Dragon||1994-12-03|
|602||Invasion USA||1994-07-23||610||The Violent Years||1994-10-15||618||High School Big Shot||1994-12-20|
|603||The Dead Talk Back||1994-07-31||611||Last of the Wild Horses||1994-10-15||619||Red Zone Cuba||1994-12-17|
|604||Zombie Nightmare||1994-11-24||612||The Starfighters||1994-10-29||620||Danger!! Death Ray||1995-01-07|
|605||Colossus and the Headhunters||1994-08-20||613||The Sinister Urge||1994-11-05||621||The Beast of Yucca Flats||1995-01-21|
|606||The Creeping Terror||1994-09-17||614||San Francisco International||1994-11-19||622||Angels Revenge||1995-03-11|
|607||Bloodlust||1994-09-03||615||Kitten with a Whip||1994-11-23||623||The Amazing Transparent Man||1995-03-18|
|608||Code Name: Diamond Head||1994-10-01||616||Racket Girls||1994-11-26||624||Samson vs. the Vampire Women||1995-03-25|