Recently, a group of community college two-year diploma shakers were hired on by a local pharmaceutical research firm to design new drugs for ailments ranging from depression to failing organs. When reached for comment, project manager Doctor Tack Bramnsonmann reached out for the team and stated,
When asked about the methods in question, Chedley nervously mixed a handfull of pills into his cup of coffee and stated “it’s tricky, you know, we’re working on patents and there’s so much proprietary information, we don’t want some of this getting out to soon.
Doktor Faux is all alone in the Hypercube with a copy of the Holy Bible. After Cosmac shows up to help Faux pick out a better one, the two slowly attempt to read through it before the chat starts submitting Bible Verses. For this truly educational show, the music has been left in since we are obviously making informed commentary on it. If you’re gonna miss one episode of Time For The Show this year, you might want to consider this one!
In another star-studded celebration of our moral and values, Time For The Show enjoys much more than just one hour of Reverand [sic] peas [sic]. Plenty of guest stars show up to play Is It a Band after Doktor Faux goes over Hypercube’s dwindling finances. Fidd shows up.
Doktor Faux returns to Hypercube just in-time after returning his ten-year overdue copy of Steel Dawn to the Blockbuster Quick Drop. Reverand peas is super-excited that robo-peas will be replacing him on the show, and Caller 23 recites the fist 1,438 digits of Pi when some rambunctious asshole shows up and decides they should be on the show.