Caller 23 and Chef Gutenberg join Doktor Faux in the studio as Peas re-learns how to do radio. Faux asks peas about Koreans, things peas would say that would make others think he’s stoned and answers letters from the Hypercube mailbag. Faux introduces the SHOWCIETY points system. Peas discusses how he is a good racist, if not the best before ranting through a songbreak and then apologizing and leaving. Doktor Faux reads from the new CUBESPEAK booklet.
Don’t worry, friend! It’s Time for the Show! Doktor Faux begins his 2020 schmear campaign with an episode dedicated to Cheese. After excessive amounts of “show-juice” Admiral Fridgelord and Lil’ B discuss how numbers are bullshit, property values are dumb and play a round of Is It a Band with Cosmac. The show ends with a song by TTN, a cover of “Twisting” by They Might Be Giants, now available on bandcamp!
In the last live broadcast for 2019, Doktor Faux invites Fidd Chewley into the studio to hash-out any outstanding beefs between them. Reverand peas introduces the show and takes on a historical review of how the show started before mediating between the two over a discussion of professional courtesy, context and feelings. The show devolves into mud-slinging as the two come to realize that the partnership has completely dissolved before Fidd ultimately walks out of the studio. There are no resolutions or compromises. This ended up being a gigantic waste of time.
Danny Feedback and the Crack Rockers Officer Travoli and Sal Minelli crash into the Hypercube Studio and live up to their names as the control-panel erupts in a cacophony of noise and confusion. We sample the Divalution of Danny Feedback along with some secret songs from their past (provided from Joshua Rogers) and the triumphant return of on-air pissing (into a bucket!).
Tony Millionaire, of Maakies and Sock Monkey, joins Doktor Faux for a rare one-on-one cage-style conversation about aesthetics, old-world inspiration and Popeye cartoons. Tony explains the story of Marion’s Bicycle as well as an interesting tale of how to get your underground comic it’s own late-night television show (PROTIP: it’s hard). The two also geek-out over classic cartoons and the death of creator-driven content!