Thursday, April 20, 2017


Episodes of the original MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 (MST3K) television series are back on the air! Comet TV is broadcasting reruns of the classic show that has developed a cult following on Sunday nights at 8p ET.  MST3K revolves around the goofy premise of a man being kidnapped by evil scientists and forced to watch bad "B" movies as they attempt to drive him mad.  Each 2 hour episode involves the main character and his robot sidekicks watching one of these B movies while they make funny wisecracks, engage in skits and sing songs about the film they are viewing.  MST3K originally aired for ten seasons among a variety of networks between 1988 and 1999.  Now MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 is back on COMET TV.

To highlight the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000 to the airwaves, COMET TV has provided A GEEK DADDY a MST3K prize pack to giveaway.  For a chance to win it please follow @Geekdad248 on Twitter and retweet the embedded message below before 11:59 pm ET on April 30, 2017.  Must be a US resident over 18 years old to participate in this promotion.

The MST3K Prize Pack includes:

2 limited edition MST3K pint glasses;

A moon stress ball;

A custom MST3K flyer designed for the discriminating MST3K fan.

COMET TV is a partnership between Sinclair Broadcast Group and MGM providing the first 24/7 digital broadcast network with a focus on science fiction and horror programming.  Viewers in more than 100 U.S. markets can watch COMET TV for FREE just by plugging a digital antenna into their television and receiving the signal being broadcast through the air.  No paid cable or subscription services needed to watch COMET TV!

Not in one of COMET TV's broadcast markets? Utilize their app to watch via ROKU or APPLE TV.  You can also watch their programing through the network's website,

COMET TV is also the broadcast home for one of my favorite sci-fi television shows, Stargate SG-1.  Watch back-to-back episodes Monday through Thursday at 8p ET with an encore showing of both episodes beginning at 10p ET.  Tune in to see the SG-1 team explore the galaxy by utilizing the mysterious Stargate four days a week on COMET TV.

Disclaimer & Rules:  A Geek Daddy has not been financially compensated for this endorsement or hosting the giveaway but was provided the same items being provided as a prize for personal use. The prize is provided by COMET TV and A Geek Daddy is hosting the promotion as a benefit to our readers. Must be a US resident over the age of 18 to participate.  One entry per mailing address and winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entries.  If you have already won this prize through another blog participating in this promotion, your entry will be disqualified.  By participating in this promotion you waive any liability of any kind against the publisher of this blog. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. No P.O. Boxes allowed for delivery of the prize. COMET TV will be responsible for shipping the prize to the selected winner.  Winner is subject to eligibility verification. 


  1. Is it sad that I can tell you the episode of SG-1 it is just from the gif?

    1. Not at all. Actually that is impressive, most impressive!