Mystery Science Theater 3000/Expert Profile

Ask A Question


General information about the television show, and film.

Experience in the area

My name is Sean Sullivan. I was born with a piece of J.C. Penney stainless steel flatware in my mouth, and I scratched and clawed my way out of the upper middle class ghetto of Phoenix, Arizona to become the feared yet loved pariah that I am today. I am a dynamic figure, often seen scaling buildings and crushing ice. I write award-winning operas and translate ethnic slurs for Cuban refugees. I can pilot bicycles up severe inclines with unflagging speed, and I can cook two-minute eggs in less than a minute. I have been known to remodel subway stations on my lunch breaks, making them more efficient in the area of heat dispersion. Occasionally, I trade ribald jests with heads of state. I am an expert in glass bricklaying, a veteran in love, and an outlaw in Brazil. I breed prize-winning clams. I pay my bills on time. I don't perspire. I think reverb is dishonest but sometimes necessary. Using only a hoe and a glass of water, I once single-handedly defended a small village in the Amazon Basin from an attack of ferocious army ants. I read ancient Egyptian manuscripts in the original Sanskrit. I am an abstract sculptor, a master archer, and a ruthless bookie. I own many of Burt Bacharach's instrumental recordings and periodically annoy the neighbors by playing them at a high volume. I sleep only fifteen minutes a night and do so standing up. It is not true that I performed covert operations for the CIA. I think Peter Gabriel was a brilliant artist until he underwent EST training. I am an unselfish lover, an investor in the Chinese stock market, a rabble-rousing herd-boy, and an inspiration for freedom fighters everywhere. My dad was a respected physicist, and I changed my name from Shaman. Children trust me. After one listen, I can play any song on several instruments. I do not own a television or a blues record. I can make extraordinary four course meals using only a spatula and a toaster oven. I did not believe in or vote for Clinton. I have performed open heart surgery, and I have spoken to Elvis. But, I will never admit that all of the above is not true...

What do you like about this subject?

I love this show, and this subject!!! I also love the fact that I have a platform with which to share information, and meet new people from all walks of life.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

I am still trying to find out the truth about a group based in Seattle has created two full-length tapes that are essentially amateur copies of MST3K (the same theme song is used, the star calls himself Joel, two homemade robots are referred to as Crow and Tom Servo, etc.). The first tape, featured Star Trek V as the featured movie. The second, use

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

Benjamin Melniker, executive producer of 1975's "Mitchell" Has also been a producer of other films: Swamp Thing (1982) (producer), Batman (1989) (executive producer) as well as other films....

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

Sure, you've heard of booze, everyone has. But did you know that booze can improve your life? Think about the last dull party you went to. Was booze being served? Of course not! Because booze spells F-U-N! Remember, a day without booze is like a day without sunshine. Take a break, and enjoy the great taste of booze!

Average Ratings

Recent Reviews from Users

Read More Comments

    K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
Raul12/30/04101010Awesome, thank you very mr sullivan. Thank .....
Devon Hillston12/15/04101010Thank you thank you thank you! Those .....
Rebecca10/05/03101010Very friendly and prompt with response. Thank .....
Ted04/11/02101010Thank you very much! You gave me .....
Alan Spence11/03/01101010Thank you!

Recent Answers from Sean K. Sullivan

2009-04-13 Ever heard of Kevin Gilbert?:

Sure, and I would love to know who you are. This isn't really a MST3K question... and it's all right. I am very much familiar with the work of Kevin Gilbert, and while not an expert on Kevin per say, I

2004-12-29 Television Show:

That's a GREAT BET!!!     Well, no matter who gets the Pez dispenser, here is the answer to your question...    First off, there was never a '2000' version of the show. It was always '3000'. It first was

2004-12-14 MST3k:

Devon,    Thanks for the questions. Let's take it line by line:    1. The infamous 'Rockclimbing' Episode you ask about comes from 1951's Lost Continent (#208 in the series catalog) It was about a government

2003-10-05 Crow's voice:

Bex,    Thanks for writing. Here is an answer to your question:    Trace Beaulieu played Dr. Clayton Forrester and provided the voice and puppetry for Crow T. Robot from the earliest KTMA days through

2002-04-09 Manos Stars:

Thanks for the question, I cannot think of anyone from that (cough... cough...) film doing anything else, but the director Hal Warren, also played Michael in the film.    Some other trivia for this film


Ask A Question

Mystery Science Theater 3000

All Answers

Answers by Expert:

Ask Experts


©2016 All rights reserved.