Jonah and the bots help Gypsy with some repairs. Gypsy drops things on Crow to see if he can catch them: he can't. Kinga does the show open, and Jonah explains to the pots that she can't record it so he has to act it out every time.
The Mads call and Jonah prevents his invention: a combination of turkey and theramin music. He can play music and cut turkey at the same time. Max presents the Carvel Ice Cream Cake Clock. It features different ways to turn the same ice cream mold. Kinga then presents the experiment, Cry Wilderness.
For the first break, Tom and Crow dress up as raccoons and mess up food that Jonah has put out. Things get dark when Crow pounds on a propane tank and Tom swings a bat at a bee hive.
For the second break, Jonah is making up a space suit to fulfill his dream of going on a spacewalk. The bots wonder why the human-to-animal ratio on the movie is so off. Jonah has made a scale model of the movie's world and recreates what has happened and how it all happened.
For the third break, Kinga realizes that Jonah is way too sane. Max suggests that a lot of shows don't get good until the fifth episode. Kinga's grandmother Pearl arrives with Bobo and Brain Guy, and they hastily assure Kinga that they just lost something and weren't trying to avoid her. Kinga invites them down for lunch, but Pearl says that she's too busy with world-conquering and has to get to her favorite slot machine. When Kinga breaks into tears, saying that she's a failure, Pearl tells her that Forresters never give up, and Bobo welcomes Max into the second banana club. A clone of Pearl, Synthia, comes in and Pearl tells Kinga that she sent it to her because Kinga is her favorite family. Kinga figures that she should reboot the show, and Synthia agrees.
After the movie ends, Crow poses as Redhawk from the movie and contacts Max. He says that he has chosen Max and wants control of Jonah's spaceship. Tom pops in to oversell it, but Kinga arrives and stops Max.
Written by Gadfly on Apr 19, 2017