If all you wanted for Christmas this year was ten pounds of Reverend Caller #23 in a five-pound bag, then Christmas has come early for you. The role of Fidd Chewley is played by Reverend Caller #23, who reveals insights about “your fucking face”, the role of “peas” is played by Fidd Chewley, and the role of Doktor Faux is played by the tenuous exterior he portrays in public to poorly hide his racist leanings. Don’t listen to this episode unless you’ve already skipped listening to it!
Hypercube’s power core is destabilized, and it’s up to Reverand peas to guide Doktor Faux throughout a nightmarish labyrinth filled with pepper spray, temp-agency demons, and a life-or-death game of Is It a Band.
You won’t believe how it ends!
TIME FOR THE SHOW is back for a second year, thanks only to the tireless labor of the children in the Hypercube sweatshops, whose names will quickly be forgotten by history, but whose deeds will continue to earn us “likes” on Farcebook. The hosts planned a meeting before this episode to talk about what to do with the show in the new year, but it wouldn’t be an episode of TIME FOR THE SHOW if we didn’t spend the show talking about what to do on the show, so it was decided to save said meeting for the show, which turned out, as usual, to be potentially, but not actually, a good idea. All of the above plus Blind Eyes, Viewer Mail, Is It a Band, and Peas’s Apologies in this, the premiere episode of 2019 of TIME FOR THE SHOW!
Another slackadaisacal night inside the Hypercube, the crew is joined by Joshua Rogers and Ray Brazen (from Illuminated Paths). Doktor Faux sings “One More Minute” by “Weird Al” Yankovic, Peas apologizes before heading out as Is It a Band starts.