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Good writers borrow from other writers. Great writers steal from them outright.

—Sam Seaborn
(Rob Lowe)
(The West Wing)

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 => Dr. Clayton Forrester (MST) / Crow T. Robot (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).