Why is there no variety of Links anymore? For one episode of any program, all that is available is verystream, and the next, it’s all vshare. Not only that, it just seems like this site went from great to spam overnight. Whoever is responsible should consider posting one link from each hosting source, or several in different quality streams, labeled correctly as such. Just giving my two cents.
every time I click on an episode, I hope I dont have to sift through hundreds of the same link. But, there they are every time without fail. I hope you guys go to jail and get London bridged in the shower every day. P.S. the only lube in jail is spit. So you might want to mentally prepare yourself for that.
nothing saysn loving like bringing THREE story lines together - in a big way.
Yeahhhhhhhh, OnlineWatchIt / Matrilinear, I know you have a severe intellectual deficit - but if you could just... stop... posting links that aren't even of the correct fucking SEASON, that'd be greaaaaaaaaat. Once or twice makes you look bad; several thousand in a row makes you seem like a vegetable. Alternatively, you ought to consider doing one better by not posting any links at all, ever. Two GREAT choices! How will you ever pick!?!?
Year : 1988
Episode Runtime: 120
First Aired: November 1, 1988
Status : Continuing
Watch Mystery Science Theater 3000 Online
Mad scientist Dr. Clayton Forrester and his assistant, TV's Frank, have trapped a hapless soul (Joel, later Mike) in the vacuum of outer space. With their guinea pig aboard the bone-shaped Satellite of Love, they force upon him experiment after evil experiment from their underground lair. The sinister goal: find a movie so bad that it will break a man's soul, driving him to insanity. Once found, this cinematic weapon would be unleashed upon the world, turning the populace to zombies, and opening the door for Dr. Forrester's omnipotency. With the company of his robot pals Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo, the trio of deep space jesters makes the best of the situation and maintains just enough sanity through wisecracking commentary and an occasional song and dance.