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MST3K In The New York Times

Well, okay, the piece is primarily about Rifftrax, but this article is pretty heavy on the MST. Effectively, it’s a Rifftrax primer that pays attention to its roots. There’s some generic quotes from Mr. Nelson and even some soundbytes from the boys at Satellite News. (And, yet, Jim Mallon refuses to comment. Et tu, Jimmy?) Even the folks at Rhino throw in their two cents and, fortunately for us, it looks like they’re still stoked to be giving us more MST. Woot. And, on a more somber note, Mike reminds the faithful that a reunion, well, probably ain’t gonna happen. Check it out.

[thanks, Skyroniter]


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