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Crow T. Cylon will frak you up

Ladies and gentlemen, I want to share with you one of the most incredible things I have ever seen, as a Mystery Science Theater fan. The Sci-Fi Channel’s DVICE tech website and Make Magazine are hosting a “Make a Cylon” contest. In case you can’t figure it out from the post’s title, one particular entry had a bit of an MST3K theme to it.

As you can see above, someone took the standard Crow T. Robot model and slapped some Cylon mods on it — and quite professionally, I might add. With a working scanner-eye-thingy, cannon-arms, and a fresh coat of silver paint, it’s the Crow T. Robot that Crow T. Robot always wanted to be. Seriously, if I was ridiculously wealthy, I would stop at nothing to own this. Another video is after the cut.

No word on whether or not he’s written an “Ode To Six” yet, though.

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3 Responses

  1. AAAGGGHHHH!!! AAAAGGGGGHHHHH!!!!!! AAAAAGGGGGGGHHHH!!!!!

    *pauses to choose a golf club*

    …AAAAAGGGHHHHH!!!!

  2. That is the coolest thing in the history of cool things.

  3. That would make the most awesome Thanksgiving dinner centerpiece ever.

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