NOTES ON 'MYSTERY PSYCHO THEATER 3000, EPISODE 5'
Welcome to Episode Five in the apparently endless saga of four
people of dubious mental health aboard the Satellite of Love. This
episode gets a rating of PG-13 for large amounts of innuendo,
some rude language, rather more mentionings of sheep than are
strictly necessary, and minor violence.
Basically, if you would be offended by any of the above stuff or
by riffs involving homosexuality, Carmen Miranda, _Watership
Down_, 'Star Trek', 1970's TV sitcoms, David Allan Coe songs,
Israel, or other, weirder stuff, don't read this.
PS: Special thanks go out to: Ken Young, for offering his story
up on the altar and being a wonderful sport about this; to Doug
Killings, for just being a Hell of a guy in general; and to William
December Starr for his always-helpful feedback.
'Doctor Who' belongs to the BBC.
'Mystery Science Theater 3000' belongs to Best Brains, Inc.
Doug, Diane, and the ADF created by Douglas Killings.
This Time Round created by Tyler Dion.
The fan fiction 'Gates of Dawn' is property of Ken Young. This
work is intended as satire, and is not meant to violate any copy-
rights or cause offense.
Characters: Adric, Tegan Jovanka, Nyssa, Others
Categories: 'This Time Round'; 'To Die For' spinoff series;
Humor; Crossover with 'Mystery Science Theater 3000'
Synopsis: Nyssa and the SOL gang do battle with the fanfic
'Gates of Dawn'.