Crow T. Robot

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Crow T. Robot is a fictional character from the American science fiction comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K).wikipedia
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Tom Servo

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According to the MST3K storyline, Crow — like his fellow robots Tom Servo, Gypsy, and Cambot — was built by Joel Robinson (Joel Hodgson), who created them to help him withstand the torment of watching bad movies on the Satellite of Love.
At least during the Comedy Central era, he was somewhat more mature than his theatre companion, Crow T. Robot.

Bill Corbett

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Crow was voiced by Trace Beaulieu from the beginning of the series through the end of season seven, and Bill Corbett from the eighth season until the tenth season.
He was a writer and performer on the cult television show Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K), for which he voiced the robot Crow T. Robot during the show's later seasons on the Sci Fi Channel and played the character Observer and other minor roles.

Joel Robinson

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According to the MST3K storyline, Crow — like his fellow robots Tom Servo, Gypsy, and Cambot — was built by Joel Robinson (Joel Hodgson), who created them to help him withstand the torment of watching bad movies on the Satellite of Love.
Joel built the 'Bots Tom Servo, Crow, Gypsy, and Cambot to keep him company, but in doing so used parts that apparently caused him to lose the ability to control when the films would stop and start.

Cambot

According to the MST3K storyline, Crow — like his fellow robots Tom Servo, Gypsy, and Cambot — was built by Joel Robinson (Joel Hodgson), who created them to help him withstand the torment of watching bad movies on the Satellite of Love.
He also apparently joins Joel, Mike, Crow T. Robot, and Tom Servo in the theatre when a movie is shown, and records the cast watching the film.

Trace Beaulieu

Crow was voiced by Trace Beaulieu from the beginning of the series through the end of season seven, and Bill Corbett from the eighth season until the tenth season.
For the first eight seasons of MST3K (1 at KTMA and 7 on Comedy Channel/Comedy Central), Beaulieu wrote for the show, operated and voiced the Crow T. Robot puppet, and played the role of Dr. Clayton Forrester, the head mad scientist at Gizmonic Institute.

Dr. Clayton Forrester (Mystery Science Theater 3000)

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On the Satellite, Crow was forced with the rest of the crew to watch horrible B-movies sent by mad scientist Dr. Clayton Forrester and his assistants.
Joel, Crow T. Robot, and Tom Servo mocked each of the movies they were forced to watch.

Hampton Yount

He is voiced by Hampton Yount in the 2017 series revival.
In 2015, Yount was selected by Joel Hodgson to provide the voice of Crow T. Robot on the revived Mystery Science Theater 3000 Netflix series.

Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie

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Trace Beaulieu operated Crow in the initial KTMA season and throughout the Comedy Channel/Comedy Central years of seasons 1–7, as well as in Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie.
Mike Nelson and the robots Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo, along with Gypsy, are aboard the Satellite of Love high in Earth's orbit, when Forrester forces them to watch the film This Island Earth to break their wills; as in the television series, Mike, Crow and Tom riff the film as it plays.

Mr. B Natural

In the "Turkey Day" version of episode 701, Night of the Blood Beast, Crow attended the Forrester Thanksgiving dinner alongside such guests as Mr. B Natural, Pitch the Devil, and others.
Following the short, Joel moderates a mock-serious debate between Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo as to whether Mr. B Natural is a man or a woman.

Topo Gigio

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In the earlier seasons of the show, he often announced "Ladies and gentlemen, Topo Gigio!"

Mystery Science Theater 3000

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According to the MST3K storyline, Crow — like his fellow robots Tom Servo, Gypsy, and Cambot — was built by Joel Robinson (Joel Hodgson), who created them to help him withstand the torment of watching bad movies on the Satellite of Love. Crow T. Robot is a fictional character from the American science fiction comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K).
To keep his sanity, Joel crafts a number of robot companions—including Tom Servo, Crow T. Robot, and Gypsy—to keep him company and help him humorously comment on each movie as it plays, a process known as riffing.

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In the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode featuring the film Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, the character Crow T. Robot writes a Christmas carol centered around Swayze's movie Road House titled "Let's Have a Patrick Swayze Christmas".

Raging Bender

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When Fry, Bender, and Leela are riffing through the newsreel, they are ironically shushed by Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo from Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Soultaker (film)

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When Joel Hodgson returned for a guest spot in episode 1001, Soultaker, he offhandedly suggests that Crow "changed his bowling pin" (that is, his mouth).
Soultaker was featured in the tenth-season premiere episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K), a comedy television series whose premise is that the character Mike Nelson and his two robot friends Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo are forced to watch bad films as part of an ongoing scientific experiment.

Multistable perception

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Only the outline of his head can be seen, and (due to multistable perception) it can appear as if Crow is facing toward the viewer.
Multistable perception arises with the theater segments of Mystery Science Theater 3000, as due to the construction of the Crow T. Robot puppet, its head can appear to be facing towards the camera rather than towards the film being shown.

The Green Slime

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The episode differed from others as it lacked the character Tom Servo, instead featuring a puppet named Beeper who only spoke in beeps that Crow T. Robot could understand.

Paul Chaplin

In the 2007 MST3K online animated series, Chaplin provided the voice of Crow T. Robot in addition to writing the show.

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Crow T. Robot is a fictional character from the American science fiction comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K).

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Crow T. Robot is a fictional character from the American science fiction comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K).

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Crow T. Robot is a fictional character from the American science fiction comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K).

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Crow T. Robot is a fictional character from the American science fiction comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K).

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Crow is a robot, who, along with others, ridicules poor-quality B movies.

Gypsy (Mystery Science Theater 3000)

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According to the MST3K storyline, Crow — like his fellow robots Tom Servo, Gypsy, and Cambot — was built by Joel Robinson (Joel Hodgson), who created them to help him withstand the torment of watching bad movies on the Satellite of Love.

Joel Hodgson

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According to the MST3K storyline, Crow — like his fellow robots Tom Servo, Gypsy, and Cambot — was built by Joel Robinson (Joel Hodgson), who created them to help him withstand the torment of watching bad movies on the Satellite of Love. When Joel Hodgson returned for a guest spot in episode 1001, Soultaker, he offhandedly suggests that Crow "changed his bowling pin" (that is, his mouth).

B movie

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On the Satellite, Crow was forced with the rest of the crew to watch horrible B-movies sent by mad scientist Dr. Clayton Forrester and his assistants. Crow is a robot, who, along with others, ridicules poor-quality B movies.