Set 29 comes out in stores this Tuesday but if you've ordered it from Shout! Factory, you probably have it already. Some random comments: -This is going to make sound like an old coot, but Mamie Van Doren is HOT in Untamed Youth. That factor alone probably helped make that episode one of the better season 1 episodes, though in fairness the riffs were okay (not great) and the movie's plot was easy to follow, so that helped too. -Hercules and the Captive Women admittedly had some LOL riffs but I've never been a big fan of the "foreign adventure epic" movies featured on the show. The first segment was interesting in that Gypsy actually joins Joel and the bots! She ditches them after only a few minutes, though. (Joel revealed in the episode intro that the reason they wrote Gypsy into that segment was because the first few minutes of the movie had too much narration, which isn't easy to riff on) -The Thing That Couldn't Die had some amusing running gags (everything is evil ; adding new lyrics to "Oklahoma!" ; the woman's large amount of clothing layers), but the movie is all kinds of boring. How they made a horror movie so bereft of shocking scenes, or action in general, is quite amazing, really. -The Pumaman, as expected, was my favorite on the set. The whole concept is so silly, and the jokes only enhance the absurdity. According to the interview with the star, Walter George Alton, he wasn't pleased with the MST treatment, although he admits that the MST episode definitely gave what would've otherwise been an obscure movie a much larger audience. BTW, you can watch Pumaman sans the riffing. The last time they did this was, what, vol. 1? Anyone else get set 29 yet?