I Accuse My Parents: Mystery Science Theater 3000
It's Mystery Science Theater 3000, America's only show that makes fun of really bad B-movies from the comfort of a spaceship floating above Earth. Joel Hodgson, along with his mechanical companions, wisecracking Crow and well-read chick magnet Tom Servo, make suffering through Hollywood's worst films a breeze. Adding their own dialogue, barrage of witty remarks, and an occasional colorful skit, the next hour and a half will fly by like it were only 90 minutes. There are no ushers with flashlights, crying babies, or women with big hair to spoil the fun.
No, this isn't a Menendez brother movie-of-the-week, it's just another cruel joke beamed aboard by Dr. Forrester and assistant, Frank. In I Accuse My Parents, a young lad named Jimmy seeks love outside his dysfunctional family, and finds wit with Kitty, a beautiful nightclub singer (lucky dope). As he watches her sing, Crow notices a wild-eyed look coming over Jimmy's face, to which Crow remarks, "Yes Satan. Speak to me through this song." Jimmy's in heaven until his girl's mob boss boyfriend horns in. Next thing you know, Jimmy's writing a farewell note to his mother. As he places it on her mirror, Crow says, "I'll just put this over here next to mom's suicide note." Meanwhile, back on Earth, the doc and Frank try to figure out how to get an exotic dancer out of the cake they baked her into.