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Ruled by the evil Satoris (Marceau), an ancient cult of Canadian wrestlers, the Ziox, are bent on world

Taking Cheesy to a whole new Level!

domination. Instrumental to their plan is a map to the ancient Ziox cult idol, the Canadian Devil, recently discovered by a young boy, Troy (Malcolm). When the Ziox invade his home to recover the map, he flees and ends up in the bed of a passing pickup truck, driven by Zap Rowsdower (Mitchell). Rowsdower and Troy becomefriends and together search for the lost idol before the Ziox can claim it and take over the world.[1]


Final Sacrifice (also known as Quest for the Lost City) was a student film by


Tjardus Gredanus, a film student at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. The film was made on a budget of under $2,000 and none of the cast (made up of local theater actors and SAIT students) were paid for their roles in the film.

Bruce J. Mitchell, who played Zap Rowsdower, is confused with Christian Malcolm, who plays Troy, in the closing credits. According to Mitchell, the film ran out of money to fix it, and the mistake remained in the film. [2]Malcolm was a Drama student at SAIT and co-wrote the screenplay. [3]

Tribute to Rowsdower08:15

Tribute to Rowsdower

Pretty much the whole film, from Beginning to Canada Song (this film was made in Canada, so no offense to our Canadian Cousins

Canada Song!Edit

The Canada Song, sometimes called I Wish I Was Back in Old Canada, is a song from Mystery Science Theater 3000 performed during the first host segment of episode 910 The Final Sacrifice. [Mike Nelson and Crow are poking fun at Canadians based on the ones they had just seen in the movie, when Tom Servo rolls up, dressed as a Mountie and admonishes them. He then offers "this song of tribute!"

After Mike and Crow point out, per their verses, everyone else makes fun of Canadians, they urge Servo to give it a try. In typical Tom-fashion, he goes completely overboard, singing about threats of death and violence against Canada instead of light-hearted joshing. After cutting him off mid-verse, Mike and Crow end the sketch trying to
MST3K - The Final Sacrifice The Canada Song02:22

MST3K - The Final Sacrifice The Canada Song

Canada Song (from The Final Sacrifice)

console Tom, sobbing over his gross faux pas.



Oh, I wish I was back in old Canada,
A land which I never shall lampoon!
How I pine for the ice covering Lake Manitoba,
And the beauty that is Saskatoon!


Oh, I wish I was stuck in the hills of Alberta,
Drinking beer with some big dumb guy trapping fur!
As he scraped and chiseled all the moose dung off his boots,
I would learn that he's the Prime Minister!


Tom: Oh, stop that!


Oh, I wish I was in the land that gave us Peter Jennings,
Alanis Morissette, Mike Myers, too!


Tom: Yeah!

Crow, continuing

No, I take that back, I wouldn't go there even if you paid me,
Oh, Canada, you are a place I must eschew!


Tom: Now, this is NOT in the spirit I intended!
Mike: Oh, come on, give in! I mean, after all, they gave us Ed the Sock, and Rush!
Crow: Yeah, what are you defending? They're such feebs!'
Tom: Okay, I'll try!'
Mike: All right! Good man!


(sadly) Oh, I wish I was blowing up Prince Edward Island,
And going on to bomb Ontario, heh heh!
(harshly)The destruction of Canada and all of its culture,
Is by far my fav-o-rite scenario!


Mike: Okay, well that's a little strong....
Tom: No, no, you were right Mike, this is much more fun!

Servo (maniacally):

Just where the hell does Canada get off sharing a border
With countries far superior to it?

Spoken: Crow: Yikes!

Servo (continuing)

Why, you lousy, stinking, francophonic, bacon-loving bastards,
Your country's just a giant piece of sh- (Mike and Crow cut Servo off in mid-sentence, and Servo breaks down.)


Mike, Crow (ab-lib): Whoa! Okay! Whoa!
Tom (sobbing): Sorry! I have no sense of proportion! I'm a disgrace to my uniform!
Mike: That's ok. Calm down. Mustn't hate, mustn't hate...
Crow: At least so overtly.
Mike: Exactly. Must disguise our hate. We'll be right back. S'ok...
Tom (sobbing): Pardonnez-moi, pardonnez-moi...

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