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Maybe in order to understand mankind we have to look at that word itself. MANKIND. Basically, it's made up of two separate words mank and ind. What do these words mean? It's a mystery and that's why so is mankind.

—Jack Handy

Synopsis: A cop with attitude, but it's not as cool as that may sound.


Reaction: A few gems scattered throughout.


Personal Rating: 8/10

Select Cast and Crew
Andrew V. McLaglen => Director
Ian Kennedy Martin => Writer
Jerry Styner => Composer
Larry Brown => Composer
Buck Young => Det. Aldridge
Frank Conniff => TV's Frank (MST)
Harold J. Stone => Tony Gallano
Jerry Hardin => Desk sergeant
Jim Mallon => Gypsy (MST)
Joe Don Baker => Mitchell
Joel Hodgson => Joel Robinson (MST)
John Ashby => Burglar
John Saxon => Walter Deaney
Kevin Murphy => Tom Servo (MST)
Lillian McBride => Rich lady (as Lilyan MacBride)
Linda Evans => Greta
Martin Balsam => James Arthur Cummings
Mary Jo Pehl => Magic Voice (MST)
Merlin Olsen => Benton
Michael J. Nelson => Mike Nelson (MST)
Morgan Paull => Salvatore Mistretta
Rayford Barnes => Det. Tyzack
Rob Narke => Customs officer (as Robin Narke)
Robert Phillips => Chief Albert Pallin
Sidney Clute => Rudy Moran
Todd Bass => Child
Trace Beaulieu => Crow T. Robot (MST) / Dr. Clayton Forrester (MST)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • This was Joel Hodgson's final episode as host.
  • Joe Don Baker was purportedly furious about MST3K's treatment of his film in this episode, and even said in an interview that he would "kick [the writers'] @$" if he ever met them. As a result, the MST3K writers would later mock another Baker film called Final Justice, in which they were deliberately cruel and relentless in making fun of Baker and his performance.
  • The first time we see the bulldozer in the chase sequence, the smoke is going into the exhaust.
  • The Cadillac that Mitchell picks up the old lady in is a 1975 model. When he later blows the car up, it turns into a 1967 model.
  • The main rotor of the police helicopter is turning much slower in the close ups than in the long shots; revealing that the close ups were shot on the ground or on a sound stage (the sound of the rotors is steady throughout the scene).