In the premiere of the sketch-comedy series, nerdy inventors would rather hang out in a souped-up garage than work on the personal computer they developed. Also, a magical automobile cruises to the Land of Pretend.
The ups and downs of a group of residential roofers whose antics got them an American sitcom; a moronic rap-rocker who sings about America's problems-only to discover he can't find any; Laraine Newman; French Stewart.
Tim gets confused trying to keep up with the complicated story lines of TV shows including a variety show; teens dare each other to inspect an old hermit's cabin, but are horrified when they look at the old man's website.
Interviews with the modern giants of Rock, Rap, and Dubstep about the foundation of all modern popular music; one of the wildest bachelor parties of all time; Ben Stiller.
The development of a scientific contraption that promises to turn the guys into cool versions of themselves; a sneak peek into the underground world of Amish juicing.
The seven Pinkus brothers, owners and founders of The 7 Brothers' Brewery. Their love of beer-making includes backstroking through their vats of beer; the shady world of pool hustlers.
A man who discovered flight before the Wright Brothers-only to be mocked because his flying machine looked funny and got lost in the mix of goofier inventions; The Birthday Boys review today's hot-button topics.
The Birthday Boys are booked on a comedy event proclaiming that All Your Favorites Are Back! The line-up goes on and on and on; a restaurant owner who puts more care into advertising the price of the food than the meal itself.
The Birthday Boys revisit their High School days with a pact to each lose their virginity before they graduate that they made on graduation day; a student brings his Dad to the prom; a pseudo-intellectual evaluates the Contemporary Family.
A visit with Glanard Frugner, the worst animator of all time, and are introduced to some of his less than legendary creations; an evaluation how smart the public is.