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Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster 

The Mads force another Godzilla movie on Joel and the Bots. In this one, a group of friends are shipwrecked on an island guarded by a crab monster named Ebirah while Godzilla sleeps in a ... See full summary »


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Joel Hodgson (creator), Michael J. Nelson (head writer) | 6 more credits »


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Episode cast overview:
Trace Beaulieu ... Crow T. Robot / Dr. Clayton Forrester
Joel Hodgson Joel Hodgson ... Joel Robinson
Jim Mallon Jim Mallon ... Gypsy
Kevin Murphy ... Tom Servo
Frank Conniff ... Frank
Michael J. Nelson ... Mothra
Robert Czech Robert Czech ... Sylvia
Nathan Molstead Nathan Molstead ... Jerry


The Mads force another Godzilla movie on Joel and the Bots. In this one, a group of friends are shipwrecked on an island guarded by a crab monster named Ebirah while Godzilla sleeps in a nearby cave. The Bots meet Mothra on the Hexfield and the Mads start re-thinking the structure of their experiments. Written by skillwithaquill

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godzilla | madman | godzilla spoof | See All (3) »


Comedy | Sci-Fi







Release Date:

2 February 1991 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Eden Prairie, Minnesota, USA

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Best Brains See more »
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Due to copyright issues, the riffing segments can not be officially released on video. The entire show is available only through bootleg or to watch online. See more »


Joel: You guys are making fun of those two twins in the movie and their faith in Mothra, aren't you?
Crow T. Robot: Oh, no.
Joel: Well, listen, have a good time. But uh, just be careful when you scoff at a higher being, okay? From one who knows, all right?
Tom Servo: Uh, huh.
Joel: Leave it at that.
Crow T. Robot: Okay. Wow. I learned an important lesson today.
Tom Servo: Yeah, thank you, Lucas Tanner.
[both laugh, then Mothra appears in the Hexfield]
Tom Servo: Whoa, it's Mothra! Whoa!
Mothra: Hi, kids. What can I do for ya?
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Crazy Credits

Keep circulating the tapes See more »


References The Goonies (1985) See more »


Squeaky Toy Orchestra
by Michael J. Nelson, Jef Maynard and Alexandra Carr (as Alex Carr)
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"Oh, Steve is really delicious"
24 February 2017 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

It seems like a neverending series of bad movies have been featured on this show, 90% of which are ones most people have never heard of before. It was so cool to actually saw an episode featuring a movie that I had heard of before becoming a fan of "Mystery Science Theater 3000"! Most of us are familiar with the Godzilla movies. Anyway, the best part that's actually out of the theater would probably be at the end when they're talking about famous misquotes. Yeah, I knew that about "Casablanca". That was an actual quote from "Planet Of The Apes". No wonder Crow kept joking about it in the movie! A pity they never did learn the movie's name.

It was so weird how they were late and the first minute or so was just showing the movie without them. It helps that the movie itself wasn't too bad at all! There were tons of great jokes as always. I have to mention "That was Trump's", if only because of how relevant it is with him being President and everything. I really liked it when the movie said, "We're not with those men!" that had the joke, "We're not even men ourselves!". I was really amused by, "My God, it's a boot! There's a leg attached to it!". I liked, "If these sticks and stones don't work, we'll use names to hurt them!". This might be my last classic MST3K episode with a stinger. ****

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