If you’re a Hillary Clinton supporter that needs something to diffuse the tension on this election, “Mystery Science Theater 3000” has you covered. The beloved cult comedy series that pokes fun at cheesy B movies made plenty of jokes about Donald Trump over the years, and an “MST3K” fan has compiled them all together into a great supercut.
The series premiered nationwide on Comedy Central in 1989, right at the time when Trump was at the peak of his pre-“Apprentice” notoriety as a NYC business tycoon.
His book, “Trump: The Art of the Deal,” was flying off the shelves; and gossip magazines were filled with articles about Trump’s rocky relationship with his first wife, Ivana Zelníčková. So long before Trump became a reality TV star and presidential nominee, he was a target for easy jokes.
The jokes made by Joel, Tom and Crow included one in which they “found” a copy of “Art of the Deal” on a a Neo-Nazi’s bookshelf, along with “Mein Kampf,” “Leaves of Grass,” and the complete essays of Pat Buchanan. In a melodrama, a woman cried out “I won’t love a monster! I won’t!” Tom Servo replied, “That’s what Ivana said!”
“Mystery Science Theater 3000” will make its long-awaited return on Netflix in 2017. Watch the supercut above.