A grandfather tells his grandson several horrifying stories involving the wizard Merlin and a stolen monkey doll in Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders (1996). Crow and Tom review each other, Servo accidentally turns Mike into an infant with magic, and the crew...
The crew pokes fun as a group of twenty-something "teenagers" hold an elderly farm couple hostage on Thanksgiving in Teen-Age Crime Wave (1955). Mike and the Bots open the first deli in space and contemplate the "doughy guy".
In Village of the Giants (1965), a child genius creates a growth formula that ends up in the hands of some incredibly annoying teenagers. Meanwhile, Dr. Forrester shakes things up in Deep 13 when he downsizes Frank and interviews Torgo as his possible replacement.
The guys get a look at the future of the car industry in the short Design for Dreaming (1956) and then watch as a group of astronauts take off for the moon in 12 to the Moon (1960). On the SOL, Nuveena drops in for a visit and the crew thinks she might be the key to escaping the mads!
A promiscuous teen is framed for murder and then sent to a Catholic reform school in Girls Town (1959). Mike explains the honor system to the Bots and Tom "scats" until Mike and Crow can't take it anymore.
An upper-middle class family teaches Mike and the Bots how to be incredibly bland, white, and boring in A Date with Your Family (1950). Later, a group of barflies must figure out what to do when the Soviets attack the U.S. in _Invasion USA (1952)_. Mike and the Bots have a dinner party inspired by the short and get a visit from "Bob the A-Bomb" on the Hexfield.
Mike and the Bots try to make sense of Colossus and the Headhunters (1963) in which a man named Maciste tries to lead his people from a destroyed island to a land of other tribes. Meanwhile, Dr. Forester invents the world's cutest pet called Nummy Muffin Coocol Butter. Mike and the Bots are forced to take care of Nummy despite Frank wanting to keep him.
A down-home country family eat apple pie and raise championship pigs during A Day at the Fair (1947). In the failed television pilot turned movie Code Name: Diamond Head (1977), an undercover agent battles a villain in Hawaii. The Bots discover what it would be like to live with a Crash Test Dummy and the Frugal Gourmet.
A cowboy winds up in the middle of a turf war between a rancher and his neighbors in Last of the Wild Horses (1948). An invention from the Mads goes awry and creates mirror versions of everyone on the SOL. The crew must battle the mirror versions of themselves while trying to withstand the movie.
A Senate candidate finds a seductive reform school dropout hiding in his home in Kitten with a Whip (1964). The crew throws a Mexican fiesta like the one in the film and chat with a real kitten with a whip on the Hexfield.
A Russian hero plots an invasion against the Mongols in The Sword and the Dragon (1956). Mike and the Bots create their own topical comedy show, reenact the table cloth scene from the movie, and try their hand at playing Dungeons and Dragons.
Mike and the Bots scratch their heads in confusion as an angel and a devil wage a bet about the morals of bread truck drivers in Out of This World (1954). Then the crew fights lapsing into a depression while watching the incredibly dour High School Big Shot (1959) in which a high school loser takes part in a heist to impress an attractive but dimwitted classmate.