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Episode 31 :: Mike Nelson of MST3K Fame

September 27, 2006 :: The former host and head writer of the cult TV show "Mystery Science Theater 3000" introduces us to his newest project, rifftrax.com.



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  • Mike Nelson has been busy since the end of "MST3K" in 1999. He tells us about his adventures in writing his first novel, some not-so-successful TV pilots, and his latest venture,rifftrax.com.
    Rifftrax syncs up with a user-provided DVD, to create a riff style soundtrack that is reminiscent of MST3K. Former writers and performers of the show, like Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett contribute to the tracks as well making it a "reunion" of sorts.

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