Dok Faux begins to implement the mythological “show formula” and the show transforms drastically. Reverand peas takes the wheel as Faux navigates the jagged river o’ comedy. Steven Tyler is ugly. Peas was once an indentured servant to Tony Robbins. Faux doesn’t trust magicians, or libertarians. Trenchie chimes in.
The HyperCOMM is blown-into billions of microfragments after exploding during the SubGenius X-Day broadcasting bonanza. Dok Faux is able to patch Reverand peas in to the Showboard, which results in one of the finest moments in comedy history. Peas attempts to host the show solo for about 90 minutes, as Doktor Faux cackles in the background (unheard by peas). Doktor Trench fixes everything then hosts one of the last games Is It a Band?
Peas and Faux start attacking clock head-on and pull off the entire show by themselves, accomplishing something or another. The show continues it’s steady summer of evolution.
Peas likes Ween. Doktor Faux hates superheroes. You will be safer inside the Hypercube Autonomous Zone. Doktor Cosmac will run the Post Office. There is a sandstorm, it is rude. Caller 23 will produce peas’ new show. Peas doesn’t smoke meth anymore.
Fed up with the state of the show, Doktor Faux completely rips the HyperCOMM panels from the wall and takes up residence in the experimental Limbaugh Echo-Chamber and proceeds to test the clock BY HIMSELF. What occurs next, has been described by most of the Showciety (as well as Faux) as the best episode of Time for the Show ever made.