Max is writing in his diary about his burning love for Kinga, and finding a mysterious key that he thinks is to the laundry room. He tries it on a mysterious slot instead and a giant robot worm creature emerges. Jonah calls in and wonders what Max is doing, and Max quickly puts the creature away.
After Jonah is sucked into the intro, Kinga calls to start the invention exchange and notices the key around Max's neck. She doesn't care why he's wearing it, though. Jonah and the bots present Verbal Smoke Bombs to get out of endless conversations: thing to say to end a conversation. Kinga and Max present the Sponsor Clock, which sells the naming rights to every time of the day. She then presents Wizards of the Lost Kingdom, a bad 1985 movie.
At the first break, Jonah and the bots discuss the less than conquering Kor the Conqueror in the movie. They consider ways that he might have gotten the title "Conqueror," including winning the high score on Frogger. The conversation turns to Kor's lack of reaction to killing four opponents.
At the second break, Crow and Tom (and a lot of Crow clones) recreate Simon raising the undead army from the body. Jonah is dressed as Kor, and sings a song about Simon waiting to become a dark magician until he's older.
At the third break, Jonah and the bots read letters from viewers. One is a drawing of a large-headed Tom, There's another that has them imprisoned in a mind prison, and Jonah points out that it's just Gypsy's coils. Kinga decides to send them movie sign to break up the approval they're getting from today's youth.
After the movie ends, Jonah presents the Suicide Cave playset from the movie. Max would like a turn, but Kinga says that there is another Wizards movie to come, and has Max push the button.
Written by Gadfly on May 2, 2017