No references to 'The Hearts of Space' on this episode synopsis? Odd, considering that a full 10 minutes including a skit to making fun of this radio show. KingMob4313 00:30, August 13, 2011 (UTC)
- I just added it to the references section.--TVsGrady 02:11, August 13, 2011 (UTC)
Uh, just a question regarding the film. Is the other (non-Trumpy) alien his brother or mother? I've heard both from various Internet sources, but I don't know which one is correct. Or does anybody know? Darktruth 19:26, 19 April 2009 (UTC)
- Can't say I do...--TVsGrady 14:54, 21 April 2009 (UTC)
I read on the now defunct MST3K Review (which used to be located at mst3kreview.com) that a line from this episode was missing on the DVD version. What was the line?John Pannozzi (talk) 01:31, October 12, 2013 (UTC)
- I heard about this awhile back. Towards the end of the movie there's a riff where Crow says something like "Have you folks at home figured it out?" and the prevailing opinion is that the line was dubbed over Crow saying something else. Supposedly on the DVD, the audio quality is just a tiny bit better than the VHS and you can hear Crows voice barely saying something else over Joel and Kevin's microphones, but I don't think anyone has ever been able to make out the original line. It wasn't removed on the DVD as far as I know and personally I can't tell, but it's probably just one of those rare occasions where a line was flubbed and they re-dubbed it. StanleyPain (talk) 02:43, October 12, 2013 (UTC)
So, Jake Lex added a link to the song lyrics. The blog title for the lyrics is "Hear the Engines Roar Now", but the lyric sheet says "Hear the engines roll now".
Listening to song, I'm inclined to believe that they're saying "roar" and emplying a common singing technique of not hitting the final Rs very hard. Also, it makes slightly more sense that hearing the engines roar is something that a person in a song would want to do (rather than hearing them roll).
Admittedly, we're dealing with a song that was apparently written by someone for whom English was not their native language, but I'm still pretty sure it should be "roar" and not "roll".