105: Wooo's the Boss|
Original Airdate: September 19, 2005
It was the start of a typical day at Elvis and Slick's tastfully-decorated apartment. Elvis was playing with two bananers, while Slick had discovered a burning effigy in Elvis' bedroom. Why? Because it's wacky! As he usually did when least expected, Doctor Leon burst in, but this time something was different. A burst of never-ending applause was audible to the three men, and after standing around in befuddlement for close to a minute, the irritable Slick had had enough. He demanded to know what was causing it, but none of them were able to communicate properly under the deafening clapping and whoooing. Slick tried charades, but all this led to was the Batusi. The idea to write on a dry-erase board came into play, but even this proved to be fruitless when Leon could only write in Chinese and Elvis claimed he didn't know how to read. So, to get the ball rolling, Slick did his best to teach Elvis how to. After a lengthy session where they jumped from Little Critter to War in Peace, Elvis was confident in his reading abilities... but he had always known how to read. It shows him doing so on the pot in the animated intro, after all! No, he just couldn't read Slick's sloppy handwriting. This was enough to crush Slick's soul, and he revealed on the board that the annoying noise was sucking the life out of him. Elvis took this as literal and proclaimed that the noise was a vampire. To stop a vampire, they would have to kill the head vampire... in Transylvania!
Meanwhile, there was no such noise at City Hall, but that doesn't mean Mayor Nixon wasn't aware of it nonetheless. While on the phone, Nixon scolded the mystery person (or people) on the other end that by coming into the Earth's atmosphere, they had created an aural anamoly that revealed the cheering of voyeurs from another dimension watching our's. He was worried it was blowing their cover, and they had already missed a perfectly good chance to "do it" the night before, albeit during a party Elvis was throwing. He warned them that they would have to "do it" that night, and that he would personally supervise.
Returning from Transylvania several hours later, Slick, Elvis, and Doctor Leon had a decapitated vampire head with them, but yet the cheering continued. What were they to do now? Elvis suggested going to Transylvania to kill a vampire, but Slick was able to stop the insanity this time around. Instead, they all sat around bored until Elvis whipped out... Candyland! And with that, the playing of the children's board game began. And they played it. And they played it some more. The pressure was clearly getting to the men, with the incessant applause in their ears and the pastel colors of Candyland in their eyes becoming too much. Slick finally snapped, upsetting the game board and running off. Little did he know the game wouldn't end like that though, for it would then manifest itself in their fragile reality by becoming their reality. Slick took on the persona of Lord Licorice, Elvis adopted the identity of Gloppy, and Doctor Leon? Doctor Leon believed himself to be Princess Lolly. As with any unproven system of government though, the newly-established Candyland in the apartment proved to be a rocky one. Slick distrusted the rest, and Elvis envied his bananers supply. Corresponding with Doctor Leon through paper airplane, he was able to form a coalition to take Slick out with. The two superpowers united to bring "shock and awe" down on the Licorice Castle (or rather, the cardboard box) through bombarding lollipops. Slick went into retreat into the kitchen, and Elvis and Doctor Leon declared the mission accomplished by obtaining the bananers. Still, Slick was on the run, and they would have to bring the tyrant to justice. This proved to be an uneasy task, and in the middle of a candy firefight, Slick blasted Elvis square in the chest with a particularly hard and sticky sucker. Elvis was knocked to the ground and out of consciousness, and this was enough to snap Slick out of his delusions and show concern for his friend once more.
Taking Elvis to his own bedroom, Doctor Leon checked him top to bottom, deducing he had only suffered a mild concussion when he fell to the floor. Still, he had found something unusual in the neck area... it was a microchip. For whatever purpose could that have been in there for? Not thinking anything of it, Doctor Leon placed it in his scrubs and went outside with Slick to get some fresh air. Once there, Doctor Leon went off on his own to take a pee. Neither man saw Mayor Nixon hiding in the parking lot. Almost as a relief, the woooing finally broke when the vibrations of something overhead started to hum. Slick turned around in Doctor Leon's direction, but it was too late. A yellow beam came down and enveloped the good doctor, sending him up to the spaceship hovering in the night sky. With that, the noise subsided, and Doctor Leon was no longer on Earth.
Despondant over what he had just seen, Slick returned indoors to find that Elvis was awake. Slick broke the news to him that Doctor Leon was gone. Elvis, while saddened, promised that they would find a way to go on. As Slick started to leave the bedroom, Elvis stopped him to drop a bombshell in return. He didn't know why, or how it was possible, but... he was pregnant.
Erik Klein as Elvis
Greg Janda as S'Larik del Monte (Slick Monty)
Branden Finney as Doctor Leon
Chad McCanna as Richard Nixon
Shannon McConathy as Tina
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 .... Chad McCanna, Jeff Stebbins, Dan Grunewald
Boom Operator .... Dan Grunewald, Chad McCanna, Jeff Stebbins
Editor .... Chad McCanna
"A Friend at the End" Vocals .... Cederick Johnson
Apartment Provided by .... CityParc Apartments
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