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|“||"How do you lose a whole kingdom?" "Check in the car. Did you guys leave it in the car?"||”|
|— Jonah Heston and Crow T. Robot, on the film's title.|
- Main article: Wizards of the Lost Kingdom (film)
A young novice wizard named Simon joins forces with an aging warrior to regain control of his kingdom from the evil sorcerer Shurka.
- This movie had previously been a Rifftrax presentation, but it is no longer available on the Rifftrax website.
Prologue: Max is writing in his TV's diary about his unrequited love for Kinga when he finds a strange slot to insert a key he had found. It opens a chamber to reveal a large mechanical creature that seems to consider Max as its master. When Jonah asks what's happening, Max locks the chamber and drops the tube on Jonah to start the opening re-enactment.
Segment One: The Invention Exchange. Jonah offers the perfect way to escape awkward conversations - Verbal Smoke Bombs. Kinga's invention is the Sponsor Clock, with corporate endorsements every hour on the hour.
Segment Two: Jonah (still busy with his spacesuit) and the Bots wonder exactly how Kor, the warrior from the movie, managed to get himself called "Conqueror".
Segment Three: Tom, dressed as Simon, tries his hands at necromancy to raise a zombie army (portrayed by multiple Crows) but can't seem to succeed. Jonah, dressed as Kor, arrives to encourage him with a rousing musical number.
Segment Four: Jonah and the Bots read some fan letters. Kinga is disgusted at the approval that the youth of America are getting from her captives and wishes she could give them all a Movie Sign. She settles for giving one to Jonah.
Segment Five: Jonah markets a playset toy based on the Suicide Caves scene in the movie. Kinga ominously tells Max that Jonah's misery isn't over yet... there's still the sequel!
Stinger: Shurka screams in rage when his scrying pool explodes and splashes water at him.
- "Dragon's Lair beckons you to press play."
Dragon's Lair was an 80's cartoon arcade game.
- "Scorpion vs Sub Zero! Fight!"
The names of two ninjas from the martial arts game series Mortal Kombat.
- "Oh yeah! Kool Aid!"
In 80's commercials for Kool-Aid drink mix the mascot Kool-Aid Man, an ambulatory pitcher with a face, would often crash through a wall to deliver the drink to thirsty kids.
- "For dry, itchy red eyes..."
Said in a monotone voice mimicking Ben Stein's performance in commercials for Clear Eyes eye drops.
- "Avoid the Noid, son."
The Noid was the mischievous mascot of Domino's Pizza in the 1980s, who would attempt to ruin pizzas. "Avoid the Noid" was Domino's slogan during that period.
- "Castlevania: The Lost Levels."
Jonah's double reference to the video game Castlevania about a whip-wielding hero intent on slaying Dracula, and the first sequel to Super Mario Bros., which was promoted in North America as "The Lost Levels" as originally a different game was released as its sequel in America. Both games have a reputation for their high difficulty.
Behind the scenes
- Jonah Ray - Jonah Heston
- Hampton Yount - Crow T. Robot
- Baron Vaughn - Tom Servo
- Felicia Day - Kinga Forrester
- Patton Oswalt - Max (TV's Son of TV's Frank)
- Rebecca Hanson - Gypsy / Synthia
- Tim Ryder - Bonehead #1
- Zach Thompson - Bonehead #2
- Joel Hodgson - Ardy
- Har Mar Superstar (Bandleader), Tony Bevilacqua, Matthew Compton, Denver Dalley, Jason Fabus, Charlie Erickson, Andris Mattson, Amanda Mndr Warner, Josiah Steinbeck
- Main article: List of MST3K Crew#Season 11