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.
Doktor Faux slinks back into the studio after last week’s fiery fiasco to have a one-on-one, heart-to-heart, dashes-and-hyphens chat with Reverand peas. Most of the show discusses how we have progressed from “coming up with next week’s show” to “reviewing how bad the show is already”.
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!
Reverand [sic] peas [sic] is no longer allowed in the Fremont Children’s Clinic after he took too many Little Hugs Fruit Barrels from the mini-fridge behind the receptionist’s desk, but manages to squeeze himself (and his remaining tumors) into the first half of the show. Doktor Faux talks about how to better yourself through woodworking, and the show concludes with a broadcast of surveillance tapes from the Hypercube airlock featuring Fidd Chewley and the late Doctor Bobby Clock.