Jonah and the bots are playing Spin the Bottle but no one wants to kiss Tom. Jonah finally agrees but it pulled into the show open. Max suggests to Kinga that they play Spin the Bottle as a joke--or not a joke--but Kinga tells him to put on the bandito costume that holds everything he needs for his Mexican appetite. Jonah presents BB Servo, an eminently marketable invention. Max inadvertently turns on the Kinga Chome, blanking the screen, and Kinga sends the movie Starcrash up to the Satellite of love.
At the first break, Crow reads his screenplay, World War Space. It's rather confusing, and steals a lot of characters from Candyland for marketing purposes. There's a lot of pew-pewing and laser nunchuks.
At the second break, Crow and Tom express their admiration for Acton, the character in the show. Acton comes in and agrees to take a picture with them. He then tries to get away, but the Bots want to see his powers. Acton admits that he's a fraud and breaks into tears, and then runs off, shattering the Bots' hero worship.
At the third break, Jonah is giving Tom eyes when the Mads call to say that Freak Masterstroke, the big-time space investor, is coming. Freak arrives and refuses to descend into their cave. Kinga suggests that he invest into their fly-in drive-in, and he tells them to call it a drive-out. Max suggests that they do a theme farm, but Freak says that they should sell moon rocks as cheese. He shoots down Kinga's gravity-laser weapon, and wants to see the reality competition element in the experiment. Freak suggests that they turn Jonah and the Bots into apps. Kinga agrees to do it if he invests, but Freak flies off without responding.
After the movie ends, Jonah poses as Zoltan from the movie. Crow and Bob jump 0out of space torpedoes until the end of the skit, and Max pushes the button.
Written by Gadfly on Apr 22, 2017