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Faith in something greater than ourselves enables us to do what we have said we'll do, to press forward when we are tired or hurt or afraid, to keep going when the challenge seems overwhelming and the course is entirely uncertain.

—Gordon B. Hinckley

Synopsis: A young woman heads off with a stranger to become a dancer in a night club. Nothing bad can come from this, right?


Reaction: A bit tedious to watch, but there are a few very funny moments, like the teleportation.


Personal Rating: 4/10

Select Cast and Crew
Ted V. Mikels => Director
Art Names => Writer
John T. Wilson => Writer
Leighton J. Peatman => Writer
Nicholas Carras => Composer
Bara Byrnes => Joanie Nichols
Bill Corbett => Observer (MST) / Crow T. Robot (MST)
Chris Howard => Chris
Harry Lovejoy => Harry Blatz
James Victor => Joey
Jody Daniels => Finley 'Critter' Jones
Kevin Murphy => Professor Bobo (MST) / Tom Servo (MST)
Leslie McRae => Michele Casey
Mark Herron => Leo McCabe
Mary Jo Pehl => Pearl Forrester (MST)
Michael J. Nelson => Mike Nelson (MST)
Patrick Brantseg => Gypsy (MST)
Paul Chaplin => Institute of Mad Scientists Inspector (MST)
Rod Wilmoth => Officer
Tom Pace => Buz Nichols
Victor Izay => Mr. Casey
William Bagdad => Marty

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • This is Michael J. Nelson's favorite episode.
  • In the diner while Michele and Critter are talking, Buzz is nowhere to be seen, and yet, a second later, he appears next to them. This was an error introduced in the conversion to home video. The DVD version clearly shows Buzz getting up and returning with a beer, instead of teleporting into frame.