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'Edgar Rice Burroughs'. They're really trying to spread the blame around.
  — Tom Servo


The movie

Main article: At the Earth's Core (film)

Abner Perry (Peter Cushing) - a British explorer - and David Innes (Doug McClure) - his dashing American patron - accidentally stumble across a subterranean world ruled by telepathic monsters. The travelers unite the disparate primitive inhabitants and help them secure their freedom.

The episode

Host segments

Prologue: The day of Jonah's marriage to Kinga has arrived! Tom and Crow give him their support, but it vanishes when Jonah introduces Growler, his new piano-playing robot.

Segment One: The Bots make their hatred for Growler very clear, as does Kinga for how no one is RSVPing to her wedding. The Invention Exchange features Jonah's "Permanent Temporary Tattoos", but Kinga stops Max from firing his "Rip Taylor Urn Cannon" under suspicion that he's actually trying to ruin the wedding.

Segment Two: The Victorian technology of the movie inspires Jonah to redesign the Bots in the style of Steampunk.

Segment Three: Crow dresses up as one of the telepathic monsters and tries to command Jonah to obey him. The result isn't quite what he expects.

Segment Four: Kinga is getting preparations in order for the wedding and leaves Max in charge. As Max frets over his torment of losing Kinga to Jonah, "Doug McClure" arrives to try and help Max with his misguided love advice to "be the alpha male". To this end, Max remembers the key to the creature's chamber he had found four episodes ago...

Segment Five: The wedding is moments away. Observers are filling the seats and even Grandma Pearl has somehow forced herself to attend out of what little affection she has for Kinga. All that remains is for bride and groom to say "I do". Before Jonah can do so, Max opens the chamber and releases Reptilicus Metallicus who seems to eat Jonah (to Kinga's great annoyance). Up in the SOL, after witnessing Jonah being eaten, the Bots apologize to Growler for their prior hostility (it's what Jonah would have wanted), and he takes it in stride. Back at Moon 13, Max sneaks out of the room, pushing the button to end the episode himself.

Stinger: A dinosaur is set on fire and falls off a cliff, landing in a big explosion.

Unusual Credits: The closing credits feature a shot of an unknown humanoid figure (wearing what looks like the spacesuit Jonah was working on all season) walking slowly on the outside of the Satellite of Love. Additionally, some of the music played over the credits is solo piano (presumably Growler) rather than the usual Skeleton Crew music.

Callbacks

Obscure references

  • "We really were hoping for more of a combination of Joel and Mike, which I think would be a lot like T.J. Miller."

Joel and Mike were the hosts of the earlier incarnations of Mystery Science Theater 3000. T.J. Miller is an actor and comedian. His on-stage persona might well be described as a boisterous slacker type. He's had roles in the films Yogi Bear, Our Idiot Brother, and was the voice of Fred in Big Hero Six. He co-stars on the HBO TV series "Silicon Valley".

  • "I hope I get it!" ... "How many people does he need? How many boys? How many girls?"

Lyrics from the song "I Hope I Get It" from the hit musical A Chorus Line.

Behind the scenes

MST3K cast

Regular cast

The Skeleton Crew

Guest cast

Wedding Guests (Observers)

  • Patricia Adams, Mike Aronow, Kyle Bacon, Jordan Brown, Andrew R. Brunner, Nick Carlson, John Cookson, Jason D'itri, Larry Dunn, Zachary A. Forsyth, Tony Goggin, Dave Goldblatt, Spencer Goldrich, Jonathan Gorbach, Laura Gorbach, Ike Haldan, Jason Kirk Harder, Larry Hastings, Jeff Hill, Adam King, Darcy Madi, Guillermo Martinez, Juan Martinez, Colin McRavey, Andrew M. Minoff, Amber Oliver, Paul Denver Reynolds IV, Kathryn Rice, Joe Sherman, Ben Tobin

MST3K crew

Main article: List of MST3K Crew#Season 11

Production

Goofs

Video releases

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Gallery

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References

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