Movie: Warrior Of The Lost World:
The laconic and incoherent Warrior of the Lost World
(the Paper Chase guy) is wrangled by Miss Persis Khambatta into
saving her father from the grip of some post-apocalyptic meanies.
Our warrior is assisted and out-acted by his supersonic speed
cycle, Einstein. While rescuing Dad, Persis is accidentally left
behind—thank you so very much, Warrior—and Dad and Warrior
must go back to save her from evil bald overlord Donald
Pleasence. Persis shows her gratitude to Warrior by not getting
overtly queasy when Warrior kisses the hell out of her.
— Mary Jo Pehl
Servo attempts a normal introduction to the show which becomes
exceedingly ponderous. Crow bugs him and Servo forces him to eat
The mad scientists introduce their fitness product, the Square
Master, which utilizes nature's own gravity. On the Satellite of
Love, it's candy hearts for grown-ups called Bittersweet Hearts
(also an antacid), with sayings like "Get Out," "Still Mad," and
Crow and Tom get slot cars. Crow races away, and Servo's
won't budge, and when it finally does, he crashes.
Servo introduces a sketch (a la Steve Allen) in which Joel and
the 'Bots show what it would be like if the Warrior of the Lost
World didn't have his driver's license when the apocalypse
Joel, Tom, and Crow discuss all the wonderful, funderful
possibilities after the apocalypse—like playing stickball on
I-94 or spinning doughnuts in the Taj Mahal.
Joel, Crow, and Tom place a call to Megaweapon, who lives with
his sister in Tampa. In Deep 13, Frank and Forrester discover
the active lifestyle—a game of tennis, a light meal, then
Paper Chase guy looks pasty-faced.