In this very special episode of Time For The Show, Peas once again graces the audiences’ ear holes with his disembodied presence. There’s a little bit of talking, a little bit of crying, and a whole lot of laughing when we find out that he paid $22K for a USED Jeep!
In this very special episode of Time For The Show, Dr. Faux and Caller23 interview a very special guest. Denise is both the object of, and the answer to, the Publius Enigma, and describes her story of being beaten down on a UseNet group in 1994 for events that happened in 1972. How does a pair of boxing gloves relate to Emerson Lake and Palmer? Why is Sting such a huge dick? You’ll have to listen to find out!
After Doktor Faux wrings out his towel, he decides to jump on the next freight-train out of Hypercube and takes a night off. This leaves the HyperCOMM in complete anarchy as Elvis Martini and Dok Ellis hijack the feed and throw a huge internet party full of bad connections, reverb, dropped calls and cheap audio equipment. It’s an ORGY of SLACK as Time for the Show is mutated into a complete free-for-all featuring all your HyperCOMM favorites such as Lord Ferg, Cosmac, Scalpod, Marthartha, Agent Lloyd and a rotating cast of callers attempt to save the Show from itself.
Doctor Faux and his crew of scallywags embark on a starry adventure aboard a pleasure saucer to sample sounds of the universe. Peas fantasizes about the RenFair. RoboPeas beats the real Peas at Is-It-A-Band. Caller 23 proposes a doomsday machine. Peas suffers from a case of Space Happy and ejects himself from the escape hatch. Dr. Faux teaches us how to 3-point turn in a spaceship with a trailer.
Dok Faux explores all of the music that “they” don’t want you to hear. A history of the PMRC is presented and discussed. A new robot is commissioned just in time for Is-It-A-Band. Caller 23 tries to play Pokémon Go! On a Motorola RAZR plugged directly in to the wall using the cord from a box fan.