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Episode 12 x01 “The Hope in the Horror” 

The premiere picks up where last season’s cliffhanger left off – Brennan kidnapped by her former assistant, Zack Addy (guest star Eric Milligan), as Booth and the rest of the lab desperately search for her. Brennan’s rescue is, however, just the beginning of their problems. Booth’s past as a sniper will come back to haunt him, resulting in the deaths of two people he holds dear. 

Air Date: Tuesday, January 3 on FOX.

Episode 12×02 “The Brain  in the Bot” 

After discovering the body of a man involved with creating artificial intelligence bots, the team must figure out whether the victim’s own artificial intelligent bot was programmed to kill him. 

Air Date: Tuesday. January 10 on FOX.

Episode 12×03 “The New Tricks in the Old Dogs” 

When the body of an old man is found in an acid dump site, Booth, Brennan and the squints find themselves deep in retirement home drama. 

Air Date: Tuesday, January 17 on FOX. 

Just in case anyone wanted a Connie x Steven episode marathon I’ve compiled a list of all of the episodes that they appear in together.

So grab the Cookie Cat’s and sit down because here’s APPROX 4 HOURS OF CONNVERSE. (Correct as of 15/09/16)

Season 1

(Episode 1) Bubble Buddies

(Episode 17) Lion 2: The Movie

(Episode 19) Rose’s Room

(Episode 24) An Indirect Kiss

(Episode 25) Mirror Gem

(Episode 26) Ocean Gem

(Episode 32) Fusion Cuisine

(Episode 37) Alone Together

(Episode 42) Winter Forecast

(Episode 44) Marble Madness

(Episode 46) Open Book

Season 2

(Episode 1) Full Disclosure

(Episode 4) Love Letters

(Episode 6) Sworn To The Sword

(Episode 9) We Need To Talk

(Episode 16) Nightmare Hospital

(Episode 23) Steven’s Birthday

Season 3

(Episode 11) Beach City Drift

(Episode 16) Gem Hunt

(Episode 17) Crack the Whip

Season 4

(Episode 3) Buddy’s Book

(Episode 4) Mindful Education

Oops, it’s that Neil Cross again. I said he’d be back. In truth, fans of dull facts will be fascinated to know, this was Neil’s first script for the show and the reason we got him back so fast. He wanted to do a spooky ghost story and nailed it on his first draft. This is proper, scary Doctor Who, full of surprises and twists, and — unexpectedly — a rather gorgeous love story. Or two, maybe…

The fact is you can’t beat a haunted house, and in this show we’re delivering one of the very best.
**TSDF Episode Guide**

As requested, here is an updated character list. It’s not a confirmed list, but is based on pretty thorough tracking and should be mostly accurate.

Rick - 1,4,5,7,8,9,10,12,15,16
Carl - 1,4,5,7,8,9,15,16
Michonne - 1,4,5,7,8,9,10,12,15,16
Daryl - 1,3,4,7,8,9,10,13,15,16
Maggie - 1,5,8,9,13,15,16
Glenn - 1
Carol - 1,2,8,9,10,14,16
Morgan - 1,2,8,9,10,14,16
Abe - 1
Sasha - 1,5,8,9,12,13,15,16
Eugene - 1,4,6,7,8,11,13,15,16
Rosita - 1,4,6,7,8,9,10,12,13,16
Tara - 1,6,8,9,10,12,15,16
Aaron - 1,4,5,7,8,9,10,15,16
Negan - 1,3,4,7,8,11,13,15,16
Dwight - 1,3,4,7,11,16
Simon - 1,5,9,13,16
Jesus - 5,7,8,9,13,15,16
Enid -1,4,5,8,9,13,15(?),16
Father Gabriel - 1,4,7,8,9,10,12,15,16
Spencer- 1,4,7,8
Olivia - 4,7,8
Eric - 1,4,8,9,15(?),16
Heath - 6
Gregory - 5,8,9,13,15
Sherry- 3,7
Judith - 1,7,12,16(?)
Tobin - 4,8,15,16

New characters:

Ezekiel - 2,9,10,14,16
Richard - 2,8,9,10,14
Benjamin - 2,9,10,14
Jerry - 2,9,10,14,16
Cyndie - 6,15
Natania - 6,15
“Brion” - 9,12,16

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TGIF, pals! Got a week of brand-new shows in store for you starting Monday. Can’t wait!

Episodes to show your friends!

People have been discussing some of the better episodes to show to non-MSTies and to get them in on the fandom. I’ve plucked two episodes out of every season, plus a bonus. I’ll give a brief sentence or two as to why I picked them. This list is in reverse episode order and split by era. The further back in time you go, the less ‘polished’ the show gets. This is by no means an indication that an early episode is a bad one–just keep it in mind when picking an episode.

Also, keep in mind that this is just a quick list of 26 episodes to get people started. Pick one you want. Your choice might be off the list. Discussion is encouraged.

Mike Era

  • 1003 - Merlin’s Shop of Mystical Wonders - By the time we got to season 10 the style of the show is perfected, and this particular movie is goofy and weird and is right up the alley of anyone who likes b-ish movies.
  • 1001 - Soultaker - This movie isn’t actually that bad on its own, but the little things add up to make it rather funny. Plus we get to see Joel again, and who doesn’t like Joe Estevez?
  • 0904 - Werewolf - Speaking of Joe Estevez, this is just a straight up “so bad it’s good” werewolf movie, with horrible accents and top notch riffing. Still makes me laugh.
  • 0903 - The Pumaman - The complete opposite of a good superhero movie, this one is just plain silly from beginning to end, and good for anyone who is willing to embrace the wacky.
  • 0820 - Space Mutiny - Voted by many followers here to be the penultimate MST3k episode. The movie is over the top, the riffing is spot on, and the host segments are fantastic (minus the whole “Rome” thing, which can throw newer viewers off)
  • 0813 - Jack Frost - Season 8 features a LOT of great episodes, including my absolute favorite, Overdrawn at the Memory Bank, but Jack Frost is one of those among season 8 that stands out for its surprisingly good production quality and tongue-in-cheek presentation of Russo-Finnish folklore.
  • 0706 - Laserblast - This one answers a lot of questions about the transition to Sci-Fi and the change of the show format quite a bit. Not to mention the movie/riffing is great for anyone who likes goofy late 70’s sci-fi.
  • 0701 - Night of the Blood Beast - This one is still on Netflix, for good reason. I love the riffing in this one. It’s a Roger Corman signature b-schlock with a bad monster, bad actors, and a great introduction to Pearl. Watch either the regular version or the Turkey Day version–either one works!
  • 0700M - This Island Earth - The Movie! Of course! It’s probably one of the best to show because it’s shorter than the usual episode but the production quality is super high, the riffs are easy chuckles, and the movie is high-grade B-Movie quality.
  • 0622 - Angels’ Revenge - From the producer of Hobgoblins, this takes all of the tropes from 70’s Charlie’s Angels action schlock, fills it with cameos, and has fun. Good for anyone who enjoys those types of movies.
  • 0604 - Zombie Nightmare - Tia Carrere and Adam West carry this movie. With pretty decent special effects and a very 80’s tone, the riffing on Zombie Nightmare is fantastic.
  • 0516 - Alien from L.A. - This is a personal favorite. If you can’t stand Kathy Ireland’s squeaky voice, then it’s not for you, but definitely give it a consideration. The movie itself is very steam/cyber punk in tone and the action is enough to keep you invested. I LIKE IT DAMN IT I LIKE IT EVEN UNRIFFED
  • 0513 - The Brain that Wouldn’t Die - Mike’s premiere episode. Great for beginners because it’s Mike’s first movie too, and the movie itself is a classic horror/monster take, with a truly despicable lead character.

Joel Era

  • 0512 - Mitchell - Joel’s last episode. Might not be the best episode to show a beginner, but the movie is fun and the riffing is great. Joe Don Baker is not a good leading man, but that’s why we love him.
  • 0508 - Operation Double 007 - Watch this one purely for the campy 60’s vibe and the FANTASTIC riffing they make on Sean Connery’s brother Neil.
  • 0506 - Eegah - Quotable, fun, and campy as well, with a creepy Arch Hall Jr., Arch Hall Sr., and of course Richard Keil.
  • 0424 - Manos: The Hands of Fate - This is the hardest movie in this list to survive. But if you do, you get bragging rights. This episode is a test in the audience’s patience. The riffing is good, the movie is bad, and it’s famous for a damn good reason.
  • 0418 - Attack of the The Eye Creatures - The bad title is just the start of this pile of bad. But it’s full of such bad characters and effects that Joel and the Bots tear it up.
  • 0321 - Santa Claus Conquers the Martians - This has all the ingredients for a horrible movie. The fact that it’s also a Christmas episode is a bonus. Great for showing to your friends/family at X-mas time.
  • 0303 - Pod People - Voted by the followers as Joel’s best episode. What do you get if you cross a monster slasher in the woods movie with E.T.? IT STINKS!
  • 0212 - Godzilla vs Megalon - Godzilla movies are perfect for riffing, and this one is particularly weird. Not to mention the host segments are pitch perfect.
  • 0204 - Catalina Caper - Season 2 doesn’t have a lot of great 'first timer’ episodes. But Catalina Caper is campy from beginning to end, unlike many of the more dark/dour movies in that season.
  • 0110 - Robot Holocaust - Season 1 is hard to pick from. This is one of the first (and best) color films in the lineup, but that’s not saying much.
  • 0106 - The Crawling Hand - A relatively solid B-movie alien monster flick with spitfire riffing. Alan Hale stars!
  • K021 - The “Legend of the Dinosaurs” - The last KTMA episode. Chosen purely for the fact that by the end of the KTMA run, the Best Brains had an increasingly solid grasp on the show’s style. Plus it’s Sandy Frank!
  • K019 - Hangar 18 - This one… it’s KTMA. Prepare for that. If you’re determined to show someone the beginnings of KTMA but want to give them a half-way decent episode, take a risk on this one.

This is just a quickly tossed together list from across MST3k’s spectrum. I’m sure your picks are much different from mine.

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Color Wheel - Episode 32 Guide

On the wheel starting at Yellow going clockwise going to Cyan/Blue then Magenta/Red and finishing again at Yellow. Fill the brushes with colors available on the palette.

So for example YYYB will be tapping the yellow color three times and one cyan/blue. So the brushes will be yellow, yellow, yellow and cyan/blue.

Once you have the brushes filled, click on the next open spot on the right side of the yellow marked on the wheel. That spot on the wheel will then turn to a light green.

If you mess up, you can click on the little water container to the right of the palette. You will continue loading the brushes with color and filling empty spots on the wheel. The pattern is as follows:

Going from Yellow ( Y ) to Cyan/Blue ( B ) > YYYB, YYBB, YBBB

Going from Cyan/Blue ( B ) to Magenta/Red ( R ) > RBBB, RRBB, RRRB

Going from Magenta/Red ( R ) to Yellow ( Y ) > YRRR, YYRR, YYYR

Note: I’ve had several Candygirls tell me you don’t need to use all the brushes. It would be too complicated to show all the possibilities. I tried to simplify this as much as possible. If you have a way that you prefer to use; then by all means use it. This is just ONE way in which you will get correct results.

TGIF! To celebrate the weekend, here’s a peek at all the exciting stuff we’ve got planned for next week. 

My Candy Love - Episode 24 Guide

  Notes:

-      Negative result for LOM

/       Neutral result for LOM

+      Positive result for LOM

Illustrations: There are 5 Illustrations in total. The illustrations do not appear to have any connection with the LOM, but I haven’t proven this yet. Each person has the opportunity to get an illustration with Nathaniel or one of the other boys and it is determined with multiple dialogue. There are several ‘steps’ or 'dialogues’ one must go through to get the illustration they want. I will mark these with: (towards illustration) and (Illustration) for the last dialogue. So to get the illustration you must complete 4 to 5 dialogues as well as pick the right date outfit.

Hidden Items: Clean up the Science Room. There are five items you must find to clean up the room. I have a picture of the hidden items at the end of this guide.

Auntie: Gift is a robotic cat or dog. Auntie found during 'date’ at the pet shop. The pet is given randomly. Keep going back and forth between the 'register and accessories’ and 'rodent aisle’ page before you go to the 'cat and dog aisle’ page.

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“Hey everyone, Dipper here. I haven’t written in this book for a while, but I think I’m on to something big with that mysterious blobby image that appeared in this very book!

My theory is that there was once a librarian who visited Gravity Falls

around fifty years ago.

While he was in town, he accidentally slipped through a trans-dimensional tear in reality,

and he has been trapped in another dimension parallel to this one! Over the years, he has slowly learned how to communicate through multiple dimensions but his methods are crude and messy..

probably because he’s developing a whole new type of technology as he goes a long!”


- Dipper Pines (from “Dipper and Mabel’s Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun”)

*Inkblot image taken from this post 

**Character Episode Guide**

Updated episode guide! This list is a breakdown of which episodes each character has filmed so far. This is not a confirmed list, but it’s based on very thorough tracking and should be mostly on point.

Rick - 1,4,5,7,8
Carl - 1,4,5,7,8
Michonne - 1,4,5,7,8
Daryl - 1,2,4,7(?),8
Maggie - 1,5,8
Glenn - 1
Carol - 3,8
Morgan - 3,8
Abe - 1
Sasha - 1,5,8
Eugene - 1,4(?),6,7,8
Rosita - 1,4,6,7,8
Tara - 6,8
Aaron - 1,4,5,7,8
Negan - 1,2,4,7,8
Dwight - 1,2,4,7
Steve Ogg - 1,5
Jesus - 5,7,8
Enid - 4,5,8(?)
Father Gabriel - 4,7,8
Spencer- 4,7,8
Olivia - 4,7,8
Eric - 4,8(?)
Heath - 6
Gregory - 5,8
Sherry- 2,7
Ezekiel - 3
Judith - 7

New characters from casting calls:
“Jennie” - 6
“Naomi” - 6
“Rogers” - 3,8
“Blake” - 3

*Note: There is a rumored dream sequence that takes place in episode 1. Supposedly it features just about all the main characters in Alexandria. So characters like Carol, Morgan, etc should also be in a small scene in episode 1 if the rumor is correct.

My Candy Love - Episode 32 Guide

Notes:

-      Negative result for LOM
/      Neutral result for LOM
+     Positive result for LOM

/ or + Means my Love’O’Meter is at 100 so the result is either neutral or positive

If an answer does not have  -, /, or + beside it, it means I don’t know the result

LOM: Love’O’Meter; Low LOM is around 65 points or lower. High LOM is 65 and over.

Action Points: 400-700 Action Points depending on how lucky you are on finding people within the episode.

Illustrations: 4 Illustrations possible. One illustration is automatic; one illustration dependent on outfit choice and dialogue. The other two are dependent on the other outfit and dialogue choice as well. And only playing Lysander’s route will his illustration be available. A replay is required to collect all illustrations.

Note: For each single episode replay from episode 28 and up, you will be redirected to a page where you will be able to choose the boy with whom you with to (re)play the episode. This option is only available on the web and not on the mobile application. Remember the new skins will not be visible in the episode illustrations.

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