101: Kamikaze Pilot|
Original Airdate: November 25, 2004
It was the day of the biggest boxing match of the year in Silvan Summers' boxing league: Trevor Littlefield vs. World Heavyweight Champion Anderson Tyrone! Even more incredible was the fact that none other than Slick Monty would be the referee! Yes, everything was splendid, and Elvis decided to sit back with a big bowl full of bananers. Suddenly, the cry of the fly was heard, and Slick Monty stormed in their living room with Elvis' red cape in tow. It seems that Elvis dimwittingly put his cape in the wash with Slick's only referee shirt, which had turned pink as a result! Slick surely didn't need this on the most important night of his life, and he decided to give Elvis quite the tongue-lashing. After the heat of the moment passed, Slick felt bad for blowing up at his pal, and offered to let him tag along to the arena to watch the fight. One hug later, and the buddies were as good as gold yet again.
When they arrived at the arena, whom should they run into but their wacky downstairs neighbor Doctor Leon! Leon was confused as usual, thinking that 'Smurfs on Ice' was showing that night instead of the boxing match. This somehow resulted in Leon removing his shirt for Elvis and Slick. Ooh-lah-lah! Once inside, the dynamic duo of delightfulness had another encounter, this time with Anderson Tyrone and his vicious manager, the insidious Macmillious Rouchedoure. Macmillious threatened Slick to not let his client lose, or else Slick would meet a bloody end. With this clear threat on his life, our hero Slick stayed resolute, vowing to himself that he would call the fight straight down the middle. Slick then introduced Elvis to his boss Mr. Summers and Trevor Littlefield, the challenger to the title. Slick went off with Mr. Summers to discuss some technical aspects of the match, leaving Elvis to play with Trevor. Uh oh!
When Slick returned, Trevor was dead. Elvis has accidently murdered him by shoving the contents of a couple bottles of pills down his throat via a funnel (don't worry, his intentions were well-meaning). This was the second time that day that Elvis had potentially screwed up Slick's big match, and unlike Slick's pink shirt, this problem would be harder to solve. After failing to raise Littlefield with voodoo (or voodun, if you so incline), there was only one thing for Elvis to do... step in the ring and fight Anderson Tyrone himself! Uh oh!
As the fighting was preparing to start, Slick begged Elvis not to go through with it. Anderson Tyrone was a killer, and Elvis was most certainly his next victim. Still, Elvis was a good friend who had decided he had to atone for his earlier screw-ups. What a man! The bell rang, and Tyrone started the pummeling. Soon it resembled a bloody bukkake film, but luckily Doctor Leon was on the sidelines keeping Elvis' potassium levels up with a bananer. Delicious golden fruits or not, the King of Rock kept getting socked. Just when it looked to be all over, Leon accidently threw in Elvis' red cape instead of the towel. The cape landed on Elvis' head, sending Elvis off on a blind fist-throwing frenzy. As Tyrone stopped to laugh at Slick's pink shirt, Elvis delivered a surprising knockout punch, becoming the World Heavyweight Champion! Victorious, our television friends gathered to celebrate in the middle of the ring, but Macmillious Rouchedoure crashed the party to make good on his earlier threat. With a fly swatter in tow, Macmillious ran towards Slick, but in a hilarious twist, ended up slipping on the peel from the bananer Leon fed Elvis. Macmillious fell and ended up swatting himself, ending his sorry life. With the villain vanquished, Elvis, Slick, Leon, and Mr. Summers all stood over his corpse while shoveling pills into their mouths with funnels. Try it at home, kids!
Robert Penn as Elvis
Greg Janda as S'Larik del Monte (Slick Monty)
Branden Finney as Doctor Leon
Jeff Stebbins as Silvan Summers
Matthew Muhl as Anderson Tyrone
Jon Liptak as Trevor Littlefield
Rohan Rivas as Macmillious Rouchedoure
Mark Moseley as Joey Bagwell
Eric Clark as Innocent Stagehand
Chad McCanna as Random Stagehand
Executive Producers .... Chad McCanna and Hyle Russell
Created by .... Hyle Russell and Chad McCanna
Faculty Advisor .... Phyllis Slocum
Director .... Chad McCanna
Head Writer .... Hyle Russell
Additional Writing .... Chad McCanna
Camera .... Jeff Stebbins and Chad McCanna
Boom Operator .... Erik Klein
Editor .... Chad McCanna
"A Friend at the End" Vocals .... Cederick Johnson
Special Thanks .... Gus Phillips and XCW Professional Wrestling
Apartment Provided by .... CityParc Apartments
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